Path of Trolls
The stretch of road that climbs up the mountain is not particularly long, but the National Tourist Route from Geiranger to the bottom of Romsdal valley cover a ground of 100 kilometres.
It takes you through the mighty nature of Fjord Norway and offers breathtaking views, steep mountain slopes and high waterfalls. Framing the experience are lofty mountains with names like Kongen (“the King”), Dronningen (“the Queen”), Bispen (“the Bishop”) Trollveggen (“The Trolls Wall”), Romsdalshorn and Alnestind.
The road twists through eleven hairpin bends as it climbs up to Stigrøra, 858 metres above sea level. An impressive bridge carries the road across the Stigfossen waterfall. The road is carved into the mountain and supported by stone walls.
Tour with English/Russian/Ukrainian/Norwegian speaking proffesional guide, transportation, driver, fairs/tickets and taxes.
What to bring:
Apropriate clothing (weather can change quickly).
Tours depart from Port of Åndalsnes or Port of Ålesund
(depends on where your cruise ship docks)
May - September
Number of participants:
Suitable for groups up to 55 people
From 990 NOK