Trolltunga, or Troll's Tongue in English, is a stunning natural rock formation located in Odda, in western Norway. This natural formation can be found at an elevation of about 1100 meters above sea level, and it extends horizontally out from the mountain, providing a spectacular view of the surrounding fjords and mountains, but it’s not for the faint-hearted.
The hike to Trolltunga is considered one of the most challenging but rewarding treks in Norway, attracting thousands of tourists each year. The hike takes approximately 10-12 hours to complete and covers a distance of a roughly 22 kilometres round trip.
As hikers approach Trolltunga, they are greeted with a steep ascent but the effort is well worth it, as the view from Trolltunga is simply breathtaking. The rock formation extends out from the mountain, providing a panoramic view of the Ringedalsvatnet lake and the surrounding mountains.
Trolltunga is a must-see destination for anyone travelling to Norway. The challenging hike and breathtaking views make it an unforgettable experience, and the natural beauty of the area is truly awe-inspiring.