15 Jun - 15 Sep

Go Trolltunga & Oslo by bus

One-way bus ticket between Oslo and Trolltunga in Odda
From NOK643
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Departure points
Oslo / Odda Bus Station
7 hours


From Oslo

Adult (16+NOK 643
Child (4-15NOK 327

From Odda Bus Station

Adult (16+NOK 643
Child (4-15NOK 327

Quoted prices apply to online bookings. An additional charge may apply on trips where purchasing on-site is available.

Accommondation is not included in the price.

Please note, the online booking is available until 3 days prior to the departure date. You may purchase the ticket directly from the driver on departure day - if seats available!


The Trolltunga rock formation is just as awe inspiring as it looks in photos, protruding over the lake of Ringedalsvatnet. We promise that this will be a hiking experience for the memory books.

On the bus route you will drive over the Haukeli Mountain Plateau. This mountain pass is one of the most important road connections between Oslo on the east coast and Haugesund on the west coast . During the winter months this region often reaches -20°C degrees and covered in snow. Although snow free in the summer the average temperature rarely peeks over +11°C.

Go Fjords will comfortably transport you from Oslo Bus Terminal to the hiking village of Odda or Tyssedal (your choice), the starting point of the Trolltunga hike. It will be evening by this time, so remember to book accommodations beforehand. The next day, you are ready to embark on your adventure.

Top 3 hikes
Experience some of the best hikes and scenery you'll ever see and combine these tours while in Norway:

#1 Trolltunga
Go Trolltunga & Oslo by bus: One-way bus ticket between Oslo and Odda (Trolltunga). Book at this page.

#2 Kjerag
Go Kjerag: Round trip bus between Stavanger and the Kjerag hiking trail. Book here!

Oh! The places you'll go – View all hiking tours here!


Sights on the trip

  • Trolltunga

    Trolltunga (The Troll's Tongue) is one of the most spectactular scenic cliffs in Norway. Trolltunga is situated about 1100 meters above sea level, hovering 700 metres above Lake Ringedal in Skjeggedal.

    it is important to emphasise that you must be used to mountains, be in good shape and dress according to the weather and terrain when setting out on this hike.