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| Åndalsnes, 6300, Norway
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

After driving up the 11 hairpins we arrived at the top. There is a beautiful cafe/restaurant and shops that are so beautiful the way they fit in the place. We walked the path and took lots of pictures on the way. We were so lucky...More

Thank Karen S
Reviewed 5 days ago

It was very exciting feeling too drive up and up by the serpentine road. I have seen the mountains from fjords but this was the first time to drive high up and see the beautiful scenes from the top. We were lucky to have quite...More

Thank Erkki K
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

wonderful windy road worth all the accolades. Just use dromadeen patch if you get car sick like my family, I was fine since I was driving. Lives up certainly to all the great reviews . Also nice hike and cafe at the top.

Thank eisenberg
Reviewed 1 week ago

I viewed many pictures of Troll's Road and read about the engineering wonders surrounding it, so when our tour of Scandinavia included it, I was anxious to see it. Our tour bus drove the road and since it was in May, it wasn't really busy....More

Thank Marie K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

One of the first places I visited in Norway given the geographical itinerary planned. It's an impressive road with lots of bends and a great view of the valley and road below. There are some additional viewpoints up top too. It can get pretty busy...More

1  Thank smjohnston
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We rode down the pass two-up on a motorbike in low cloud, pissing rain and poor visibility so we couldn't see the tops of the surrounding mountains, or the view down the valley, but it was still stunning. And terrifying. A biker ahead of us...More

Thank Sielah
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The place is amazing; the weather though was disturbing it was very foggy. It cleared a bit and we saw the amazing waterfall on our way up to the mountain. The mountain had snow still and my kids enjoyed playing with snow.very relaxing place.

1  Thank Thandiwe K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I saw a host of YouTube videos about this site and was really excited to experience it for myself. It was actually the first place I visited after landing in Alesund and while it was nice, I was a bit underwhelmed, to say the least,...More

Thank AvidSpartan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We drive the Trollstigen when we had a day in Alesund whilst on a cruise. While this was a long day it was really worth the drive as the views were stunning from the platforms at the top of the road. The only issue was...More

Thank Kerry L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Truely amazing place to visit. Amazing Road and great setting. Nice viewpoint at the top but you need to go up and down the road. We had seen a few similar places before in norway but this is by far the most dramatic

1  Thank John F
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June 28, 2018|
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Response from donandnoel | Reviewed this property |
Hi We stayed at a small hytter at Trollveggen Camping... we loved it. Perfect location for Trollstigen!
June 19, 2017|
Response from Georges D |
Nope. No guard rail at all. That part of the pleasure of drive all across Norway in fact. Roads are often one and a half lane wide (even down to one lane sometimes) which means that you often have to yield for other upcoming... More
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