The scenery and waterfalls in Husedalen during summer is one of the highlights of Hardanger. Four stunning waterfalls close to each other along the hiking trail from Kinsarvik up to the Hardangervidda national park. But among the locals the winter hike are known to be just as impressing.
Come to explore Norway’s largest fruit garden! It is up to you which season you choose – winter quiet, blossom or harvest. The Orchard Trail takes you from the fjord on a journey between thousands of fruit trees.
View all activities that Trolltunga Active has to offer. Our guides help you not only to cross out “Troll’s tongue” from your bucket list but to create memories for life!
We do not only provide amazing hikes to Trolltunga but also other adventures in the unique Hardanger region. Come with us for a RIB tour on the fjord to taste the local cider or climb the historical Tyssedal Via Ferrata. If you just want to escape the sound of a city, we can recommend a kayak tour on the lake or fjord to calm down and enjoy the silence. After all it does not matter which activity you choose, we will provide you the ultimate Hardanger experience.
Level of difficulty
We have five levels of difficulty for our activities. See what they mean here. If you have any questions, please fill out our contact form, or contact us directly.
Suitable for all
Suitable for people of all ages and fitness levels, no significant physical effort required
Suitable for people of all ages who are in fair condition, some physical effort required but easy to adapt activity to skill level of clients
Decent fitness level required, moderate elevation gain, the difficulty depends highly also on weather and personal experience of the participant in the precise activity (e.g., hiking, kayaking, skiing)
Good fitness level required, can be challenging because of the length of the tour, significant elevation gain or height exposure
Very good level of fitness required, because certain speed/pace is important to complete the tour; long distance, significant elevation gain, and tough weather condition (e.g., walking in deep snow) make this tour challenging