The official website of Trolltunga

Norway’s most spectacular rock formation

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Winter season 2019-2020

1st OCTOBER – 31st MAY

You should hike only with a guide!

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ROAD CLOSURE Tyssohallen – Skjeggedal
Due to road work, the road will be closed:
December 12 – December 23 and January 2 – February 3
Monday–Thursday: 7:30 am–7:00 pm
Friday: 7:30 am–3:00 pm
Limited access:
10:00–10:30 am, 12:00–12:30 and 15:00-15:30 pm.

In the winter, we only recommend guided tours. Our Mountain Rangers are not on duty and the Trolltunga Trail Information is no longer updated. The weather can change quickly in the high mountains, and conditions suddenly become challenging. Your winter hike to Trolltunga should be taken only with an experienced guide. Stay safe!
trolltunga.com/plan-your-trip/trolltunga-adventures-in-winter/

NORSK
STENGD VEG Tyssohallen – Skjeggedal
12. desember – 23. desember og 2. januar – 3. februar vil vegen vera stengd, pga. vegarbeid.
Måndag–torsdag: kl. 07.30–19.00,
Fredag: kl. 07.30-15.00
Ope for gjennomkjøring:
Kl. 10.00-10.30, kl. 12.00-12.30 og kl. 15.00-15.30

Nå er det vintersesong på Trolltunga og fjellvakttjenesten er over for i år. Trolltunga Trail Information vil derfor ikke bli oppdatert. Været kan skifte raskt på høyfjellet og forholdene kan være utfordrende om vinteren. Derfor bør vinterturen din til Trolltunga kun tas med en erfaren guide!
no.trolltunga.com/planlegg-turen-din/vintereventyr-pa-trolltunga/

Photo/foto: Trolltunga Adventures
@trolltunga_adventures
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ROAD CLOSURE Tyssohallen – Skjeggedal
Due to road work, the road will be closed:
December 12 – December 23 and January 2 – February 3
Monday–Thursday: 7:30 am–7:00 pm 
Friday: 7:30 am–3:00 pm
Limited access: 
10:00–10:30 am, 12:00–12:30 and 15:00-15:30 pm.

In the winter, we only recommend guided tours. Our Mountain Rangers are not on duty and the Trolltunga Trail Information is no longer updated. The weather can change quickly in the high mountains, and conditions suddenly become challenging. Your winter hike to Trolltunga should be taken only with an experienced guide. Stay safe!
trolltunga.com/plan-your-trip/trolltunga-adventures-in-winter/

NORSK
STENGD VEG Tyssohallen – Skjeggedal
12. desember – 23. desember og 2. januar – 3. februar vil vegen vera stengd, pga. vegarbeid.
Måndag–torsdag: kl. 07.30–19.00, 
Fredag: kl. 07.30-15.00
Ope for gjennomkjøring: 
Kl. 10.00-10.30, kl. 12.00-12.30 og kl. 15.00-15.30

Nå er det vintersesong på Trolltunga og fjellvakttjenesten er over for i år. Trolltunga Trail Information vil derfor ikke bli oppdatert. Været kan skifte raskt på høyfjellet og forholdene kan være utfordrende om vinteren. Derfor bør vinterturen din til Trolltunga kun tas med en erfaren guide!
no.trolltunga.com/planlegg-turen-din/vintereventyr-pa-trolltunga/

Photo/foto: Trolltunga Adventures
@trolltunga_adventures
Woman standing on one leg on Trolltunga

© Trolltunga Active

TROLLTUNGA

Norway’s most spectacular rock formation

Trolltunga is one of the most scenic and spectacular cliffs in Norway, hovering 700 metres above Ringedalsvatnet lake. Situated at the western edge of the Hardangervidda plateau, near the town of Odda, Trolltunga was carved by the icecap that once covered most of Scandinavia.

The hike through high-mountain terrain up to Trolltunga (1180 m) is long and demanding, but you are rewarded with magnificent views.

From the main trailhead at P2 in Skjeggedal, the round-trip hike is 28 km with an ascent of almost 800 metres. The estimated hiking time is 8–12 hours.

There is an additional trailhead at P3 Mågelitopp. The round-trip hike from P3 Mågelitopp is 20 km with an ascent of about 320 metres. The estimated hiking time is 7–10 hours.

Hikers need to be properly equipped and in good shape.

Plan your trip

Information about the hike, parking, transportation and more.

Click here to plan your trip

Surroundings

Find hotels, restaurants, activities and more

Click here to explore the surroundings

Trolltunga with snow

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Hiking Trolltunga. Safety first:

On the way back from Trolltunga

© Photo: Sverre Hjørnevik / Fjord Norway

When to go

You can go to Trolltunga almost year-round.

June 1st– September 30th :

We recommend hiking with a guide, but experienced hikers can hike on their own.

October 1st  – May 31st :

You should hike only with a guide!

Note that the weather can change fast.
You should adapt your preparations and the equipment you bring accordingly.

Woman in yoga-pose on Trolltunga

© Trolltunga Active

Hiking dos and don’ts

Always

  • Bring plenty of food and drink.
  • Bring extra warm, windproof and waterproof clothing.
  • Stay together with your fellow hikers – never leave them on their own.
  • Help keep our mountain wilderness pristine! Please carry all your garbage back, discard it in the rubbish bins in the parking lots. Small rubbish bags are available from your bus driver.
  • Your campsite and toilet visits must be downhill from trails and well away from streams.

Never

  • For safety reasons, don’t operate drones in the hiking areas.
  • Never attach stickers onto signs or information boards.
    This information is vital to all hikers!
  • Don’t light campfires between April 15th and September 15th
  • Don’t pollute our streams!
  • No camping at the trailhead
Trolltunga Hiking season safety wheel
Trolltunga 28 km from P2. Duration: 8-12 hours. Ascent: 800m