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Definetly a bucket list item accomplished to drive the Trollstigen and take in the views from above.
At the top, there's a nice little cafeteria/cafe to eat before you take the route down. Traffic (and how brave you are) will determine your speed down. In...More
We had a very foggy, rainy day on the day we took this tour which really decreased our visibility at most of the scenic stops along the way. It was fun to watch the play of the clouds on the mountains and valleys, but I...More
Norway beats England once again, as there are: a large car park, full facilities for travellers, shops, café and well maintained walkways all free of charge at this spectacular site.
We managed to take our baby grandson to nearly the end of the sightseeing platforms...More
The Trollstigen is the famous switchback road with 11 hair-pin turns and great views (weather permitting). The driver really needs to fully pay attention to the road and on-coming traffic. But it was great fun to drive. Then there are the official viewpoint/platforms and nearby...More
Norway is beautiful.
Loads of nature of which you can see a lot driving around using nice Touristveger (tourist roads) which are sometimes crowded but that's because it would be a shame to miss it. So take your time to enjoy this road. We drove...More
We went by car - traffic was light, so the climb was relatively easy - no need to let a bus pass or something - i guess during more "heavy" traffic, it could be annoying to drive up there... don't miss the shopping area with...More
We drove from Geiranger up Trollstigen. At the beginning we had nice weather and a sweeping view to the valley and fjord below. As we approached the top we were engulfed in fog. This misty fog added to the dramatic landscape with the cascades and...More
We didn't hike the Troll's Footpath, unfortunately, but after arriving in Geiranger we had lunch and resumed the bus tour up the Footpath.
It is almost a single-lane road - a fraction wider - and extremely steep, with traffic travelling both up and down at...More
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
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 cars to pass, especially if you have a wide motorhome like we did.