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Trolltunga, Hardangerfjord region in Norway. 10 hours hard hike to get there and back - bring hiking boots and be equipped for the high mountains. Trolltunga is about 1,100 meters (3,500 feet) above sea level and about 700 meters above the lake down in the valley. Folgefonna National Park and the glaciers in the background. Travel: Go to Bergen (BGO) - then a 3 hours drive to Odda. You can also climb to Trolltunga on a via ferrata with a guide from opplevodda.com. Photo by Stig Tronvold.

Trolltunga, Hardanger region in Norway. Photo by Stig Tronvold. Some believe this is a photoshop version - it is not!

Norway's amazing raw nature, a scenic cliff call "Trolltunga" in HD

Top Hikes: Trolltunga - It's Hard to Believe This Place is Real - NextStopNorway

North Cascade National Park  - Lake Diablo

North Cascade National Park - Lake Diablo - This one is a little outside our territory, but I just had to throw it in. Cascades Highway is a super worthwhile place to explore by bike, on foot, or by car.

15 reasons why Norway will Rock your World | 3. Trolltunga rock, Norway

15 reasons why Norway will Rock your World.

Let the adventure begin! Trolltunga rock, Norway Norway also happens to be one of the happiest places on the earth!

The Pulpit Rock in Norway.  If Yes -click Tried, and comment…

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Lake Sorvagsvatn, Faroe Islands 30m above the Ocean

Sorvagsvatn - lake over the ocean. Lake Sorvagsvatn - The Two Level Lake on Vagar Island. Located on the island of Vagar, in the Faroe Islands, Lake Sorvagsvatn (also known as Leitisvatn) is an amazing lake.