Handstand Stunt on the Edge of Pulpit Rock, Norway.

Former circus artist Eskil Rønningsbakken performed this handstand on the edge of the Pulpit Rock, Norway's most famous cliff (with a 604 m. or 660 yd. drop to the Lysefjord):

Simply doing a conventional handstand on the edge of the cliff wasn't quite exciting enough for Rønningsbakken, though, so he added to the suspense by perching on a four-rung metal ladder that in turn teetered on the edge of Norway's famed Pulpit Rock (Prekestolen).


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