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As one of the most famous National Tourist Routes, Trollstigen (“The Trolls Road”) is a visual feast. If you see it from the right height and angle, you can feel the view hit you in your stomach. On this road, even the bravest can feel the adrenaline pump through their veins.

Viewpoints designed by Reiulf Ramstad Architects

Photo: Jarle Wæhler

Trollstigen by bus!

Tour de Trollstigen!

In the summer season, 2,000 cars pass the Trollstigveien Plateau, which equals one car every ten seconds. But you won’t only encounter motorised vehicles on your journey up Trollstigen.

More and more people choose to see the view from their bike. Norwegian Scenic Route Trollstigen offers a spectacular cycling experience. 

Climb the 10 percent inclines effortlessly with an electric bike from Hotel Aak in Åndalsnes, or rent an ordinary bike in the city centre.

 Up on the Trollstigen plateau you can enjoy the breathtaking view before cruising down the hairpin road back to Åndalsnes. Enjoy fresh air and fabolous views as you step in your way!

Since you’re already here …

In the centre of Åndalsnes you can visit the Norwegian Alpine Centre. The centre is a continuation of the work and collections of the climbing pioneer Arne Randers Heen (1905–1991) and his wife Bodil Heen, and the inheritage they left the municipality.

Arne Randers Heen was known as the “King of the Romsdalshorn”, as he ascended the famous peak 233 times. He went climbing all over the world and made several first ascents. Norsk Tindesenter opened on 13 May 2016.

Tindesenteret på Åndalsnes
Photo: Møre og Romsdal Reiseliv

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