This is your chance to be up in the mountains when the sun plays the most spectacular light games – at sunset and sunrise! Trolltunga Active has chosen the spot thoroughly, so our base camp is located at a good distance from the main trail. The spacious dome tent surprises you with its comfortable facilities and see-through ceiling. Only here you can enjoy a dinner with such a view while listening to sounds of the Norwegian nature.
We meet at Trolltunga Active Base and get prepared for the awaiting adventure. There is no need to hurry as this tour is about having “all the time in the world” to enjoy the vast landscape – numerous mountain lakes, steep rock faces of the valley Ringedalen and Folgefonna glacier in the distance. On our way to Trolltunga, we stop by the camp and enjoy a cup of hot/cold beverages before we hike the last stretch to the famous “Rockstar”. We arrive to Trolltunga when most visitors are heading down already and have time to enjoy the special view spot more in quiet.
Even though The Norwegian summer days feel almost endless, you cannot wait to go back to the dome where a delicious dinner is waiting for you. Together with your guide and your fellow travellers you spent a night in the Heart of the Norwegian mountains. It is up to you if you choose to enjoy conversations with each other, play games, read Norwegian stories or just observe the colours of evening skies.
After a good night's sleep in the dome, you wake up to a new morning – with glimpses of sun or with rolling clouds, each has a special magic in it. You can take second visit to Trolltunga, while your guide prepares the breakfast in the tent. OR you can sleep in and wake up to the smell of the fresh brewed coffee. After enjoying breakfast, we pack our stuff together and start the hike back to the civilisation. Normal time to be back at the starting point is between 14pm and 15pm the second day.
Professional Guide, Storyteller & Motivator carrying safety and first aid-equipment
Overnight stay in one of the Arctic Domes
Afternoon snack, dinner & breakfast in the dome
Warm sleeping bag and liner
Pictures: your guides help you with taking photos during the entire tour
Special photos with the “needle” view on Trolltunga available only on guided tours (when the weather conditions allow rappelling down)
Information about local nature and history
1st of June – 18th of September: Transport from P2 to P3 (return ticket within the shuttle bus operating hours)
Level of difficulty: moderate
The weather conditions greatly determine the level of difficulty. Please inform your guide of any medical conditions that might impact you during your hike or in an emergency.
Approximately 28 hrs • 20-28 km return • 800 m ascent
We recommend joining the information meeting at Trolltunga Hotel at 9 pm the night before your hike.
10:30 am: Meet your guide and travel companions at the Trolltunga Active Base in Skjeggedal 20, 5770 Tyssedal.
Even though you are visiting Norway in the summer, be aware that the weather conditions are highly unpredictable. They can change from minute to minute. Temperature can be deceiving as the wind plays an important role in how cold it feels. You might start your hike with summer temperatures in the valley and hike up the mountains where there are still big patches of snow. On rainy days low temperatures and cold winds can make the hike quite challenging, even in summer. On a beautiful day sunny day, you need to keep in mind, that you are very exposed on the mountain, make sure you prepare for hours out in the sun and stay hydrated.
A general thumb rule is: check the weather forecast, prepare for the worst conditions but do not overload your backpack, weight matters greatly when it’s about saving energy. Use the onion look: layers that can easily be taken on and off.
We do not cancel tours due to bad weather. The only times we cancel is when the bad weather becomes dangerous weather. We will inform you in case of cancellation. Please read our cancellation policies for more information.
If rain and low temperatures are forecasted bring also:
Please make sure to leave enough space in your backpack for a sleeping bag liner and your dinner.
You can rent certain pieces of equipment on site: rain pants and jackets, hiking boots, backpacks.
950There are three Arctic Dome glamping tents available with a capacity of maximum 6 people in each tent. If you would like to have your own private glamping tent, please select the “Book private dome” button.
To book a private guide, choose the option ‘Private guide’. A group with a private guide, can include up to 5 participants/and the price is equal to 5 bookings. When placing your booking info, make a booking for 5 person, write ‘Private guide xx persons’ in the cell for your first name and your full name in the cell for the last name.
Please note: There is a drop-toilet available outside the dome tents. The glamping tents possess very basic facilities, please keep in mind that we operate in a very remote area that is inaccessible. Even though we provide different ways to keep you warm, you are still accommodated in tents which offer shelter and protect you from the elements but do not preserve heat for very long. There are no shower facilities and no electricity.
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