Trolltunga, Norway - “Tip of the tongue,” known as one of the most spectacular hikes in all of Norway. The little ledge of a cliff juts out, holding you more than feet above sea level // hiking bucket list
Called The Troll’s Tongue by locals, this rock formation in Odda, Norway, is a thrill-seeker’s dream. Trolltunga was formed after glacial water froze a chunk of the mountain and caused it to break off way back in the Ice Age.
Trolltunga Cliff is a horizontally hanging rock formation in Skjeggedal, Norway. Translated in English as “The Trolls Tongue”, Trolltunga lingers around 700 feet above the Norwegian lake known as Ringedalsvatnet.