The Question: How did Kjeragbolten boulder get stuck in this mountain crevice?
B Glacial ice
C Volcanic eruption
Experts say that after millions of years of glacial activity the ice finally receded to the valley, leaving the famous rock in the mountain’s grip. Today the piece of geological history invites brave adventurers and steady-handed photographers. If adrenaline rushes aren’t your thing, don’t worry: The mountain itself offers perfectly safe, breathtaking views of the valley and fjord below.
The correct answer is Glacial ice.