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Escape reality, head to Hardanger in Norway, and get overwhelmed by the beauty of Trolltunga! This nature masterpiece will without a doubt amaze you, and Trolltunga Active provides a wide range of activities that guarantee memories for life. With many years of experience, our guides are experienced motivators that will ensure you a safe and extraordinary adventure

Due to the unprecedented time of Covid-19, we must implement extraordinary and protective measures, and follow precautions: people who are sick must stay at home, keep at least 1 metre distance to the other hikers, and remember good hygiene! Read more about the travel advice by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health

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Tripadvisor

Great Hiking Experience!
Two of us took one of Trolltunga active guide’s via the ferrata. This was an incredible experience with amazing views! The whole trip the guide was informative about the history of the area whilst ensuring we knew what we were doing and where we were headed. Overall a great experience and would recommend to anyone thinking about visiting Trolltunga.

Date of experience: June 2019
andrewmU1523JQ

Best day ever!

I've had the best experience with Trolltunga Active. The guides were friendly & experimented, the hike was enjoyable and well organized! It was great to follow a small group and not worry about finding the road by ourselves.

Date of experience: June 2019
annesophie792, Montreal, Canada

#TROLLTUNGAACTIVE

Favorite place to wake up ✨ Did you know you can combine Trolltunga Sunset/Sunrise - where you stay the night in this amazing Arctic Dome - with Trolltunga Via Ferrata?
Favorite place to wake up ✨ 
Did you know you can combine Trolltunga Sunset/Sunrise - where you stay the night in this amazing Arctic Dome - with Trolltunga Via Ferrata?
The winter doesn’t seem to be over quite yet ❄️ and we are excited about that - we love a winter scenery and snowy surfaces, so why not join us to explore it at its best with some fun activities? ⛷
The winter doesn’t seem to be over quite yet ❄️ and we are excited about that - we love a winter scenery and snowy surfaces, so why not join us to explore it at its best with some fun activities? ⛷
They see me rollin’ 🚵🏽‍♀️ Doing the Trolltunga Zipline and Trolltunga Via Ferrata starts with a 6-8 kilometer bicycle ride along Ringevalley Lake - an amazing start of an amazing adventure 🌞 Credit: Fredrik Bye/The Discovery Route
They see me rollin’ 🚵🏽‍♀️
Doing the Trolltunga Zipline and Trolltunga Via Ferrata starts with a 6-8 kilometer bicycle ride along Ringevalley Lake - an amazing start of an amazing adventure 🌞

Credit: Fredrik Bye/The Discovery Route
Hope you all increased your knowledge a little about Hardanger and got more inspired by the last six posts 💛 we will continue making these kinds of posts once in a while for you to understand why we create our activities as we do! We want you to utilize the opportunities in the region as much as possible, so you will create the greatest memories of the Ultimate Hardanger Experience! This photo is from another great memory last summer when resting the feet after a Trolltunga Via Ferrata, and enjoying the scenery before going to bed in our Arctic Dome 🥱 Photo credit: The Discovery Route/Fredrik Bye
Hope you all increased your knowledge a little about Hardanger and got more inspired by the last six posts 💛 we will continue making these kinds of posts once in a while for you to understand why we create our activities as we do! We want you to utilize the opportunities in the region as much as possible, so you will create the greatest memories of the Ultimate Hardanger Experience! 

This photo is from another great memory last summer when resting the feet after a Trolltunga Via Ferrata, and enjoying the scenery before going to bed in our Arctic Dome 🥱 

Photo credit: The Discovery Route/Fredrik Bye
📍Vøringsfossen (Water)fall in love! Well, the photo pretty much speaks for itself If you are travelling via Hardangervidda to get here, do not miss the opportunity to stop by here - right before Eidfjord 🌈 This incredible scenery can be witnessed both from above and below; for above there has been made some great view points with a parking lot right by, while below you must do a small hike
📍Vøringsfossen 
(Water)fall in love! Well, the photo pretty much speaks for itself 

If you are travelling via Hardangervidda to get here, do not miss the opportunity to stop by here - right before Eidfjord 🌈 
This incredible scenery can be witnessed both from above and below; for above there has been made some great view points with a parking lot right by, while below you must do a small hike
Car-ferries in Hardanger ⛴ As the villages being spread all over the fjord, car ferries is what mainly connects them. Hardanger is just such a magnificent region, and you will view so much in short time sitting a vehicle - the fjord, mountains, waterfalls, glacier and so the list continues 🏔 However, when you are taking a ferry, you have the opportunity to stretch your legs from the vehicle, while truly enjoy the surroundings! Click on the link in bio to our website, check out “how to get here” under “preparation”, and you will see which car-ferry you have to take to arrive here By the way, this view is from Oksen, one of the many hikes you can do here
Car-ferries in Hardanger ⛴

As the villages being spread all over the fjord, car ferries is what mainly connects them. Hardanger is just such a magnificent region, and you will view so much in short time sitting a vehicle - the fjord, mountains, waterfalls, glacier and so the list continues 🏔 
However, when you are taking a ferry, you have the opportunity to stretch your legs from the vehicle, while truly enjoy the surroundings! 
Click on the link in bio to our website, check out “how to get here” under “preparation”, and you will see which car-ferry you have to take to arrive here

By the way, this view is from Oksen, one of the many hikes you can do here
Sider tasting at Aga Sideri 🥂 Sider for Hardanger is like champagne in France, and Hardanger is the fruit capital of Norway 🍎 in addition to apples, the fruit farms here are known for such as pears, plums and cherries There are several farms and sider producers in the region, and one of them is @agasideri We combine rib tours with visit here for you to have the perfect combination of spotting wildlife, the guide telling fascinating stories about nature and history, and then getting the delicious taste of Hardanger at this farm while the producers learn you about the amazing production 😁
Sider tasting at Aga Sideri 🥂

Sider for Hardanger is like champagne in France, and Hardanger is the fruit capital of Norway 🍎 in addition to apples, the fruit farms here are known for such as pears, plums and cherries

There are several farms and sider producers in the region, and one of them is @agasideri 

We combine rib tours with visit here for you to have the perfect combination of spotting wildlife, the guide telling fascinating stories about nature and history, and then getting the delicious taste of Hardanger at this farm while the producers learn you about the amazing production 😁
📍The Norwegian Museum of Hydropower and Industry Well, there is not without a reason we combine some of our tours to this place; when doing the adrenaline filled adventure Tyssedal Via Ferrata, we take a visit to the museum before we climb along the penstocks 🧗 and also when joining Rib Tour Fjord Safari we enjoy this scenery from sea perspective Almost all electricity is being produced by hydropower (almost 95% to be precise) since we are privileged with all the waterfalls in the area! Otherwise, this museum cannot be described in just a few sentences - the design, penstocks and the incredible history within hydropower, industry and culture must be experienced! Check out their profile: @kraftmuseet Additionally: @byvandringmedpostmannen @kraftlaben (Mainly in Norwegian) Photo credit: @visithardangerfjord
📍The Norwegian Museum of Hydropower and Industry 

Well, there is not without a reason we combine some of our tours to this place; when doing the adrenaline filled adventure Tyssedal Via Ferrata, we take a visit to the museum before we climb along the penstocks 🧗 and also when joining Rib Tour Fjord Safari we enjoy this scenery from sea perspective 

Almost all electricity is being produced by hydropower (almost 95% to be precise) since we are privileged with all the waterfalls in the area! Otherwise, this museum cannot be described in just a few sentences - the design, penstocks and the incredible history within hydropower, industry and culture must be experienced! Check out their profile: @kraftmuseet 
Additionally: @byvandringmedpostmannen @kraftlaben 
(Mainly in Norwegian)

Photo credit: @visithardangerfjord
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