Trolltunga Cycle, Hike & via Feratta Climb

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Avoid the tourist crowds and opt for an adrenaline-pumping ascent to Trolltunga. This off-the-beaten-path route combines cycling, climbing, and hiking, producing the ultimate adventure to Norway's famous "Troll's Tongue." You'll start with a 3.7-mile (6 km) bike ride along the fjord until you reach the trail, from where you'll hike until the start of the world-famous cliffs. 

Climbing the route's "Feratta" section gives you a challenge and a reward. The steep climb offers incredible views of Lake Ringedalsvatnet and the surrounding mountains, plus a quiet nature experience. Using safety gear, you'll scale over 800 feet (250 m). Once on top, you'll finish the hike to Trolltunga. 

If you’re feeling brave, and the conditions allow, you can take a few photos while standing out on Troll’s Tongue.

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