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Folgefonna glacier yacht cruise + VIP car transport
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Folgefonna glacier yacht cruise + VIP car transport

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Glacier cruise to the Folgefonna glacier, with fjord cruise and VIP car transportation. Typically we start around 10:00, you are picked up on in the hotel garden, next to the swimming pool. We cruise out the Hardanger Fjord to the village Jondal, where our VIP car (BMW X5) is waiting for you. We continue up to the Folgefonna glacier, about 19 km. Up at the glacier, we can either just walk over to the glacier for a look, touch and feel, or hire a (VIP) guided tour on the glacier for typically 3 hours.<br><br>When finished on the glacier, we drive back down to the village. We can have lunch at the local Jondal hotel, or continue to Odda city by car for lunch, with some more options. After lunch we drive to the Låtefoss waterfall 15 minutes up the valley from Odda, spectacular waterfall. <br><br>Return to hotel by car, and we should be back around 18:00. With this you have a full day Hardanger excursion with yacht and VIP car, and will explore many of the villages and attractions along the fjord.
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StephoGreco wrote a review Sep 2020
Larnaca, Cyprus403 contributions58 helpful votes
The trail was very well marked even though you need to be observational. You dont need a guide as far as your mind is on the marks and the trail. Avoid going in a rainy day if you are an amateur as you can easily slip on the rocks and get lost. You will not have mob signal therefore you need to be extra careful. You definitely want hikings shoes as you cross some beuatifull landscapes with water. Take with you a backpack since this trip is too long. Put some extra clothes in case you get wet and some food. Always walk together never leave someone back and the most important check the weather before starting for all the day. Distance: 28 km (17.4 miles) out and back. Elevation Gain: 800 meters (2,625 feet) Difficulty: Strenuous. Length of time: 10 – 12 hours. When to go: June 1 to September 30 (without a guide).
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Punyavee Napalai wrote a review Aug 2020
Bangkok, Thailand896 contributions88 helpful votes
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We visited this attraction in July 2019. The trail was quite tough. We spent 14 hours in total. We recommended to start the walking early as it would allow more time to enjoy the view.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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_theorems wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom27 contributions12 helpful votes
Cannot recommend the Trolltunga experience enough; this is an intermediate hike requiring no specialised equipment (at least during summertime) and rewards you with one of the most striking views that a well-seasoned traveller (yours truly) has ever experienced. The trail is clearly marked and a sign every 1km updates you on the length remaining to complete the walk (~14km from the lower parking P2 to the viewpoint). We decided to skip booking a spot in the higher-up parking at P3, feeling we would miss out on a significant portion of the hike doing so (indeed the first ascent shaves off ~500m elevation over ~4km). In retrospective, those 4km were pretty uninteresting as you are forced to follow the same asphalt road cars take to P3 - you would be better off saving your knees the pain and spend an extra hour at the summit. The parking at P2 was pretty expensive (somewhere around 500 NOK) without any overnight stay, so definitely check booking P3 (which is approx. the same cost) in advance as there is very limited parking space there. You will want to pack rain gear if the weather is not clearly going to be sunny on your hike day. The weather changes very quickly and we walked a few stretches under the rain. Related to this, definitely check out the trolltunga trail information Facebook page which posts daily updates on the forecast for the next day and pictures that should give you an idea of what to expect. We got immensely lucky and upon arriving at the viewpoint, the skies cleared and allowed for fantastic photos with absolutely no queue; don’t feel disheartened on the way up! Finally, the length brackets for the duration of the hike (8-12h) we read about were a bit broad... the return hike (excluding the 1h pause at the top) took us 8.5h and we’re moderately fit and in our mid twenties. This allowed for various quick water & photos stops.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Rysha Forslund wrote a review Aug 2020
Oslo, Norway2 contributions
The hike is recommended for physically fit people. The 10 hours hike is totally worth for the view of the beautiful fjord.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Molly M wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom44 contributions6 helpful votes
It took us 7 hours in total including a chilled lunch and lots of pictures. I would highly recommend the hike, the views are spectacular. The route is clearly marked all the way. We parked in P3 which you have to pre book, I would highly recommend as the alternative is walking up a concrete road for 9km before the start of the trek at P3. Take lots of snacks, warm clothes as the weather changes a lot. We started at 6am from P3 when it opens, which I would highly recommend as there was only 6 of us when we reached it.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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