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KC & I have now arranged trips to Trolltunga in Norway since 2015. We aim to make the hike twice each summer, unfortunately, due to the pandemic we had to cancel all tours this year. Therefore, we are more excited than ever for our upcoming trips. Are you interested in joining? Keep reading and find out what we offer on our group trip.

The famous rock seen during sunset.

We leave Sweden on a Friday morning, with pick up available either in Varberg (7 AM) or Gothenburg (8.15 AM). 

I am driving a minivan with a capacity of 9 people, which is the maximum amount of people for each of our trips. The first night is spent in a cottage/accommodation in the vicinity of the hike. (Twin, double and triple rooms available). We brief you about the hike the upcoming two days, enjoying dinner together and sharing a few drinks.

Saturday is the big day, we start the day with a breakfast buffet where everyone will be able to make some sandwiches to bring along to the hike. The accommodation is about 30 minutes drive to the start of the trek and the parking tend to fill up quite early in the morning, therefore, we aim to leave around 7 am. We walk together in a comfortable speed so everyone can enjoy their hike and nature along the way. 
The night is spent in a tent nearby the cliff, meaning we will be able to enjoy Trolltunga both during sunset and sunrise as well as avoiding long lines which are common in the day time. 


Snacks, a light lunch and dinner is included.

On Sunday we wake up early again to take some photographs in the morning, pack our tents and enjoy breakfast before it is time to start our hike back. When we arrive back to the parking we drive towards another cabin to take a shower and have some snacks before it is time to drive back home. Usually, we arrive back in Varberg between 1 AM - 4 AM the night between Sunday and Monday. 

What is included?

  • Return trip from Sweden in a minivan

  • Dinner in the cabin and on the trek

  • Breakfast in the cabin and on the trek

  • Snacks and a light lunch on the trek

  • 1 night in a cabin/house

  • 1 night in tent (tents included)

  • First aid kit, soap, schampoo

What is NOT included?

  • Food on our stops on the way to Norway and home

  • Sleeping bag

  • Sleeping pads

  • Hiking shoes (Yes, we had several people walking in running shoes)

  • Insurance

What do you need to bring?

  • Sleeping bag, sleeping pads

  • Comfortable shoes

  • Clothes for the trek

  • Rainwear (Weather is unpredictable in the mountains)

  • Change of clothes to sleep inRara

3400 Sek per person (Discounts available for bigger groups)

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