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Trollstigen, The Land Of The Trolls

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Discover Trollstigen, the Land of the Trolls, in Norway with a full-day guided coach tour. Depart from the cruise terminal in Ålesund and admire the natural scenery as you travel to see highlights of the region such as Stordal, Sjøholt, and Skodje. Snap pictures during photo stops and get to know your local guides during a stop for lunch at Trollstigen Gjestegård.
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Gunglend wrote a review Aug 2020
Oslo, Norway49 contributions6 helpful votes
This is a really "must do" in Åndalsnes. Challenging hiking towards the top (45 min if you're in good shape), the forest is an really nice experience itself. The top is magic!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Alexandra N wrote a review Jul 2020
219 contributions25 helpful votes
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Rampestreken was a doable hiking trip. About 1,5hr up and about 1hr down. It was a rainy day when we walked up. The trail was therefore wet and slippery. There was some path you have to use the chain to pull yourself up, because the paths were steely. You can easily find the Rampestreken starting point in Åndalsnes and it has a large parking lot beside the starting point. You can pay with vipps or card. Kr 100 for a day.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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lisgal wrote a review Jun 2020
Copenhagen, Denmark23 contributions
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It's a tough climb up for a novice. 700m steep incline with no reprieve. But the view from the platform at the top makes it worthwhile if there is good visibility of course. Climb down is also on the hard side. Good exercise for the legs!!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Susan wrote a review Jun 2020
Lillehammer, Norway62 contributions23 helpful votes
This was an uphill climb all the way, but totally worth the hard work. Not for the faint of heart, nor for those with health issues.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Matt C wrote a review Oct 2019
15 contributions1 helpful vote
I wasn’t originally going to climb up to this viewpoint as it wasn’t the best weather, however the clouds started to clear so I decided to head up and it turned out to be a great idea. It must be said that the hike up was not easy. I’m a young relatively fit male and I found the hike physically draining. It took me one hour to make it up to the viewpoint and I was not going slowly. The path was easy to follow but deceptively steep. Don’t let this put you off though as it was so worth it when you reach the top. There are great views along the way too so you can always turn back if the going gets too hard. Allow 2.5-4 hours to compete the hike to the viewpoint, take photos and get back. Watch the roots when it’s wet as they are super slippery
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Date of experience: October 2019
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