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Buarbreen

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Trolltunga Classic Overnight Hike
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Trolltunga Classic Overnight Hike

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Our goal is to give you an authentic Norwegian hiking experience with traditional tasty food specialities like our famous Reindeer Stew. <br><br>Experience Trolltunga almost alone, without long queues. Enjoy sunset and sunrise in the high mountains of Hardangervidda National Park. Relax around campfire before you go to sleep in our top notch Fjällräven tents with warm sleeping mats.<br><br>We also do small detours which most hikers walk by, like a beautiful located waterfall where we have a scenic lunch and our sunset rock Preikestolen (the original) with the best view of the Ringedalsvatnet lake and valley. Our guides have walked in these mountains since childhood and love to show you the best of what this hike have to offer.
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LJ A wrote a review Aug 2020
Congresbury, United Kingdom131 contributions25 helpful votes
We paid 150NOK to stay in the car park. We followed well signed posted trail. A 3km hike to the base of the glacier. The climb was strenuous but we are not fit. Saw families with young children (including mother’s carrying infants) and dogs taking the hike in their stride. No toilets on route. It was a warm day but the wind blowing off glacier made the breeze feel like aircon. There are lots of sections where you have to use a rope to pull yourself up over rocks. Definitely recommend if you like stunning views.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Ida778 wrote a review Jul 2020
Oslo, Norway42 contributions18 helpful votes
This hike is quite challenging, expect some climbing, but so worth it. The kids (10&12) loved the challenges and the adults enjoyed the view.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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AnneOslo2013 wrote a review Jul 2020
Oslo, Norway30 contributions6 helpful votes
It feels good to reach the top after a varied hiking following the river. The path is very good marked, and it starts walking through a farm with cows. After a few minutes you walk into the wood and the the path easily climbs upwards. Further up you cross some rivers and then it gets steeper. But not scary. It is 3 km totally, and really worth it reaching the top. After a snack on the top watching the glacier and the view you climb down again. You should at least set aside three hours for this trips
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Date of experience: July 2020
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John B wrote a review Sep 2019
54 contributions7 helpful votes
We hiked up to several glaciers on our recent trip to Norway, but this was a fantastic hike. It is very easily accessible from Odda, but the hike does include several challenging rock scrambles. The run-off from the glacier is so loud as it pounds over the rocks that it is almost deafening, and the views of the glacier throughout the hike keep you going. It was one of our best hikes, and getting up close to this wonder of nature is so worth the effort. We went as a couple, but I think people of any age who are reasonably fit would love this hike.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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AHLadventures wrote a review Aug 2019
Zurich, Switzerland22 contributions2 helpful votes
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One of the most beautiful hikes I’ve ever done (and I live in Switzerland where we have so many stunning hikes). This hike doesn’t take long, less than 3 hours if you’re in good shape, and the variety of terrain you see - mountains, glacier, forest, streams, waterfalls - is spectacular. The trail is rocky and steep in parts, requiring use of ropes and ladders to scramble up some of the slopes. You also have to cross a few muddy, wet areas, so be sure to wear good hiking shoes. There's parking available in Buer for a fee, as well as a campsite. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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