How to get to Trolltunga

Trolltunga needs a bit of planning to do it properly.

The name translated to English is The Troll's tongue.

People from all over the world travel to experience Trolltunga, one of Norway’s most spectacular fjord landscapes at 1100 meters above sea level and hanging 700 meters over Rindalsvatnet.

To get to Trolltunga entails a fairly long and strenuous hike, so come well prepared and ready to start early. The reward is a life time experience, breathtaking view.

Take the trip up Lysefjorden from Stavanger and catch the shuttle bus to the starting point for the hike up to Trolltunga.

Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock ferry

From Stavanger, Tide coach services offers a comfortable journey between the two of the region's majestic fjords; Hardangerfjorden and Lysefjorden. With daily departure from 1/7 to 31/8 you can enjoy the flexible and comfortable journey through the spectacular nature of Fjord Norway. Hikes to highlights such as Preikestolen (the Pulpit Rock), Kjerag and Trolltunga are all available by bus – with daily departures during the summer season.

Trolltunga-Preikestolen express

If you stay at Stavanger Bed and Breakfastthe above transportation starting points are within walking distance.

Other spectacular trips from Stavanger Bed & Breakfast.

Do not forget that Preikestolen / Pulpit Rock is another spectacular hike from above Lysebotn that you can easily reach when you stay at Stavanger Bed & Breakfast.

Kjeragbolten is another spectacular hike from above Lysebotn.

How to get to the best starting point in Stavanger?

From Oslo, and all the major cities on the South Coast, you can take the train or use the low price express coach service "Lavprisekspressen". It stops quite close to Stavanger Bed & Breakfast.