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From NOK 1'700
A Norwegian “must do”! The trip starts by driving you along the beautiful Hardanger Fjord. Along the way you will cross Europe’s largest suspension bridge and see many fruit farms.
From Tyssedal we start the hike to one of the world’s most famous attractions “Trolltunga”. Lace your boots tightly and bring your camera!
Our experienced guide will take you to the Trolltunga cliff at 1100 meters altitude. The view will take your breath away while you are standing on a small piece of rock 700 meters above Ringedalsvatnet lake. The trail is 25 kilometers long and goes through steep forest terrain, moon-like flatlands, marshes, snowfields and a rocky mountain trail. This is Norway at its best!
During the hike, the guide will show and demonstrate many survival/bushcraft skills, and will prepare for you a tea at the Troll Tunga cliffside. This will be an adventurous and educational experience.
- Transfer Ulvik - Tyssedal –Ulvik
- Driver/ guide.
- Road and bridge toll fee.
- Lunch package + drinks
Difficulty and Safety
Intermediate to heavy. Good hiking experience needed + excellent physical condition required.
Children younger than 12 may participate, if accompanied by parents and after having contacted the B-Active management to discuss condition and requirements regarding the child. Participation at your own responsibility.Troll Tunga excursion will be subject to weather and season conditions to take place.
Clothing & Equipment
Recommended to wear good sturdy hiking shoes. Wind/rainproof/warm clothing.
Departure from Ulvik: 07:00 h.
Expected return time in Ulvik: 20:00 / 21:00 h.
10 to 12 hours hiking
The way to Trolltunga is an astonishing excursion in itself!
Upon arrival at Skjeggedal, where the hike starts, you can look around in the shop, and prepare for the 25 km trip.
Packed lunch will be provided.
Along the trail the guide can tell you many skills and tricks.