1 Jul - 31 Aug

Go Trolltunga

One-way bus ticket between Stavanger and Odda with scenic photo stops
From NOK795
Departure points
Stavanger / Odda Bus Station / Tyssedal
Duration
5 hours 45 minutes
Difficulty
Hard

Prices

From Stavanger


Adult (16+NOK 795
Child (4-15NOK 595

From Odda Bus Station


Adult (16+NOK 795
Child (4-15NOK 595

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

Overview

This is the excursion for you if you are looking for those ultimate “insta-moments” and enjoy the combination of adrenaline and nature. Go Fjords will comfortably transport you to the starting point of one of Norway's most famous mountain excursions. This one's in demand!

The Trolltunga rock formation is just as magical as it looks in the pictures as it protrudes over the lake of Ringedalsvatnet. Just as magical is the feeling of getting there after the demanding hike, which is definitely not for beginners...!

And just to say – it's anything other than a boring bus trip that takes you between Stavanger and Trolltunga. Highway 13 from Stavanger via Ryfylke and Hardanger to Bergen is known as the 'Discovery Route'. In the 1880s, tourists travelled here by horse and carriage to experience the spectacular scenery of Western Norway. Although transport is hugely more pleasant today, the landscape is just as impressive.

Map

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.

  • Låtefossen waterfall

    The powerful 165-metre high waterfall is located just outside Odda. This waterfall is one of Norway's most popular nature-based tourist attractions. In the 1880s a hotel stood at the foot of the waterfall. This was at a time when British and German travellers visited the area by horse and cart. You can spot the remains of the foundations where the hotel once stood on the south side of the waterfall.

  • Erfjord Bridge

    Erfjord Bridge is a suspension bridge crossen the fjord along Discovery Route (also known as rv13). The photogenic bridge is 294 meters long, and is located 23 meters above the Erfjord. It is beautifully surrounded by mountains.

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Are you looking for a jaw-dropping experience? A moment that will leave you wide-eyed and feeling like you’re on top of the world? Trolltunga is everything you’ve been searching for and more.

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