Ultimate Norway Road Trip. So myself and 2 mates hired a car for two weeks and drove around the southern part of Norway! We hiked Kjeragbolten Pulpit rock and Trolltunga and others. The weather at Pulpit rock and Trolltunga was terrible but was still worth it! Here's a short video of the trip!
What you are about to see in the photos below is Trolltunga, a huge slab of rock that extends horizontally out of a rock cliff and hangs there, suspended about half a mile above the ground. (By the way, the landscape below is mesmerizingly beautiful, but let’s stick to the ledge for now.) So, you are actually free to go hang out on the cliff, though you’d be wise to hear the authorities’ advice: You will need sturdy hiking boots, bring extra clothing and be prepared for bad weather. Bring…
Trolltunga - Noruega - Get to this natural viewpoint takes time and good physical preparation because you have to walk for at least four hours through mountains on a climb of about 900 meters. This route is generally possible to do from mid-June until late September although it depends on the weather and the snow on the mountains. From the department of Norwegian Tourism warns of the need to plan the route well and go prepared with boots, extra-warm clothing, map, compass, food and drink.
Trolltunga, Skjeggedal (Norway) Dubbed one of the most spectacular scenic cliffs in Norway, Trolltunga (The Trolls Tounge) hovers 700 meters above lake Ringedalsvatnet providing incredible views for those who dare to climb out