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Gronligrotta is one of the largest and most visited caves in the Nordic region. This is also the only Nordic cave with electric lighting. A guided tour takes visitors several hundred metres into the mountain and takes around 45 minutes. A café also...more
A fun thing to do if you’re looking for a break from intensive hiking. Coming from the states, if you’ve been to a place like Mammoth Cave it will seem kind of underwhelming. Actually, the interior of the cave is very similar to Mammoth, the...More
The grotto is easy accessible and you'll be able to see a strong underground river. The accessible path through the grotto is rather short and you'll find yourself at the end in less than half an hour.
Dress quite warm since it is always about...More
It´s not a typical cave where you see stalactites and stalagmites. On the other hand, you will see quite a bit stream and a waterfall.
It´s a marble cave so quite different from the ones I´m used to visit (limestone). The rock is really beautiful!...More
We called on the way back from Svartisen and am glad that we didn't make a separate visit there. The cafe was good but the tour was disappointing. There were only 3 of us on the tour so it only took 35 minutes. There was...More
If you have visited caves before, this one is rather underwhelming. The nice thing about it is that there is a small underground river and a whirlpool of water. If you want to see stalactites or stalagmites, there are none.
As the cave has water,...More
I visited the Gronligrotta Cave at the beginning of July 2013 with a group. After paying entrance fee (130 NOK for an adult) in the visitor center, we were guided downhill and then had to climb uphill again on a steep track. The cave have...More