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Natural Feature
“Walking up to Trolltunga is not for everyone. The hike back and forthn is 10-12 hours long, but for those who do it, the view and the experience is exhilirating. ”
  • Door 23 locals aangeraden
Other Great Outdoors
“A nice hike up to the glacier. Check in with the tourist-information first; in summer 2015 there is so much snow that the hike isn`t acessable yet (20.06.)”
  • Door 10 locals aangeraden
Museum
“Hydropower and Industry were crucial to the shaping of Norway in the 20th Century; at the Norwegian museum of Hydropower and Industry you will hear the fascinating story of how it all began.”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
Mountain
“"You need to be in good shape to do this hike. You have to allow plenty of time, because it is a long and demanding walk that will take you between 10 - 12 hours there and back. (5-6 hours each direction) The walk is 14 km each way, and the altitude difference is more than 1200 metres. But it really is worth it. Far up in the mountains, a unique experience awaits you – fantastic views of the dramatic and untouched nature of Western Norway. The walk starts by following the new road Måglivegen. Once up, the walk continues eastwards in relatively flat terrain, but with some uphill stretches, for about 5-6 hours, before you finally arrive at the tip of the tongue and one of the most spectacular rock formations in the whole of Fjord Norway. The route is signposted where there are forks in the path. You will also pass signs telling how far you have come and how far you have left. Then, after a long and magnificent walk lasting 5-6 hours, you have finally arrived at your destination. And what a sight it is. There it stands, a magical rock outcrop, protruding into thin air, ready to show you a view of Norwegian nature the likes of which you have never seen before. Trolltunga juts out at right angles to the mountainside, like a huge troll's tongue carved in stone.  It has been there for thousands of years, just waiting for you to make your way to its edge, to admire the view, breath out and congratulate yourself for having climbed onto one of the most famous and unique mountain plateaus in Norway. If you lift your gaze towards Folgefonna, one of the biggest glaciers in Norway, and if you dare to peek over the edge, you will see 700 metres straight down to Ringedalsvannet lake and the Skjeggedal valley. If you suffer from a fear of heights, then you will probably find it more than enough just to take a few steps onto the rock and take a selfie, just to prove to your friends and acquaintances that you have been there. They are guaranteed to be impressed. Whatever you do, you have to be careful, because here it is the forces of nature that are in command." #visitBergen”
  • Door 10 locals aangeraden
Point of Interest
“Good food and nice place. You can find also a relatively cheap pizza buffet. ”
  • Door 5 locals aangeraden
Establishment
“Famous land mark. The walk to and from Trolltunga is approximately 8-10 hours, so be prepared for quite a long day if you don't spend one night in the area. ”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
Church
“10 min walk from our cabin is this historic building still beeing used today.”
  • Door 9 locals aangeraden
Bus Station
“I Odda, på kaien. Her henger det bussruter for nær og fjern. Her er også Sørfjorden restaurant. ”
  • Door 2 locals aangeraden
Establishment
“Deepest snow in Europe. Amazing nature. Skihire and café with warm and cold food.”
  • Door 8 locals aangeraden
Establishment
Campground
“No wonder Trolltunga is on your bucket list. Trolltunga is the definition of a true Rockstar. Experience some of the wildest nature scenery that Norway has to offer. Our guides will enhance your hiking experience with their local knowledge, high competence and lots of good motivation. Guided hikes are offered both summer and winter. ”
  • Door 9 locals aangeraden
Waterfall
“Beautiful waterfall on the way to the Hardangerfjord and Odda. (50 min away)”
  • Door 5 locals aangeraden
Natural Feature
“One of the most iconic waterfalls in Norway, only 25km away and located with a view from the car. Many nearby waterfalls in the same valley.”
  • Door 5 locals aangeraden
Restaurant
  • Door 6 locals aangeraden
Food
“Gatekjøkken med alkoholservering for de som ønsker seg det. Serverer alt fra hamburger, til pizza og kebab.”
  • Door 1 locals aangeraden
Natural Feature
“CNN voted Langfoss in Åkrafjorden to be one of the ten most beautiful waterfalls in the world in March 2011. With its 612 m drop (2008 feet), Langfoss is the fifth largest waterfall in Norway. It is located at the end of Åkrafjord. There is an easy-to-climb footpath all the way to the top, where the views are magnificent. CNN: Instead of falling in a straight drop like most waterfalls, Langfoss slips down a cliff, maintaining contact with the rocks the entire way down, before spilling into Akra Fjord. Langfoss isn't the biggest waterfall in Norway, but its combined height (2,008 feet) and width (205 feet) are an impressive combination. ”
  • Door 6 locals aangeraden