The Troll Wall, Romsdal, Norway. The impressive wall is part of Trolltindene mountain in the Romsdalen valley. The 1,100 m (3,600 ft) height wall is the tallest vertical rock in Europe. It is a desirable challenge for the climbers and base jumpers.
The rock is not solid: the frequent storms and melting ice cause rockfall. Therefore, it is hard finding the route, since it is being constantly reshaped by the nature. There are ten routes established by the various international climbing groups and new possible options.
Why to go there?
One of the famous rocks for the climbers. Even if you are not a professional climber, the landscape is breathtaking. There are many climbing and hiking options in the region. AAK Fjellsport Senter provides with information, equipment and even gives climbing lessons.
When to go there?
The best time to go is in July and August. The season from June and October is also fine.
How to get there?
The famous Rauma Railway passes the site. The train from Oslo will take you to Andalsnes, which is a few kilometers from the wall.
Lodging in the area costs about $13 a night.
Buy food and equipment in Oslo – assortment is bigger and cheaper.
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