The cliff is located east of the Skjeggedal area, about 18 kilometres east of the village of Tyssedal and the Sørfjorden
Trolltunga is one of the most spectacular scenic cliffs in Norway.
Trolltunga is situated about 1100 meters above sea level, hovering at 700 metres above lake Ringedalsvatnet.
‒ The hike is usually possible to do by yourself from mid-June until mid-September. Off season it’s possible with guide.
‒ Depending on snow and weather conditions, the season will vary from year to year
‒ 15.06 – 15.09 Recommended season (an average year)
‒ 16.09 – 15.10 Recommended with guide
‒ 16.10 – 18.03 NOT recommended, highly dangerous
‒ 19.03 – 14.06 Recommended with guide (snowshoes/ski’s)
THINGS TO BRING ON THE HIKE
You will need sturdy hiking boots, bring warm clothing and be prepared for rain weather. Bring a map, headlight, plenty of high-energy food to eat and drink, and a simple first aid kit. Weather in the mountains can change very fast – check the latest weather forecast before going to Trolltunga by the reception. Do not hike to Trolltunga in jeans, sports shoes. It is always colder in the mountains than down by the fjord.
Respect the nature. Remember, not to leave any garbage in the mountains.
At our reception, you can rent necessary equipment. You can also order lunch pack for your trip. We have also a hotel shuttle service from the hotel, to the starting point.