Trolltunga at 1,100 meters above sea level and is a spectacular rock formation that stands horizontally out of the mountain about 700 feet above Ringedalsvatnet in Skjeggedal.
To get to Trolltunga you must travel to Odda, then to Skjeggedal via Tyssedal. You can take the Mågelibanen (funicular) or follow the trail along the path up to Mågeligtopp.
From here you have to go east about 3 hours to get to Trolltunga. The area opens up to the rest of Hardangervidda, and can be the starting point for longer trips, such as to Hårteigen.
The hike to Trolltunga starts near Skjeggedal and to get there, you can either drive by car or travel by bus. There are several options for travelling by bus, and every route takes you via the village of Odda.
The hike to Trolltunga is only possible during summertime. The hike takes approximately eleven hours return from the parking lot in Skjeggedal.
Bad weather in the form of snow has coming to Trolltunga today 1.10.2016. Remember: Wear a good winter jacket, mittens and solid winter shoes.
Tucked away in a corner of Tysvær, locals have always known about the Himakånå rock formation, sometimes called "Little Trolltunga." Even though it´s a relatively modest 357 meters above sea level, all doubts about its impressiveness vanish when you reach it.