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Photo: Per Kollstad / Statens vegvesen
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Feel the adrenaline rush

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.

Trollstigen, Geiranger
Trollstigen viewing platform
Nasjonale Turistveger
Ørnesvingen, Geirangerfjorden
Ørnesvingen viewing platform
Jarle Wæhler / Statens vegvesen
Gudbrandsjuvet, Geiranger
Gudbrandsjuvet viewing point
Jarle Wæhler / Statens vegvesen
Stirøra, Trollstigen
Stigrøra, Trollstigen
Jarle Wæhler / Statens vegvesen

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

Trollstigen, GeirangerFoto: Øyvind Heen/Visitnorway

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.

Norsk Tindesenter
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Norsk Tindesenter.
Photo: Nils Øveraas

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Norsk Tindesenter.
Photo: Nils Øveraas

Getting here and around

  • By plane

    By plane

    The nearest airport is Molde Airport, located 1.5 hours from Åndalsnes. Daily flights to and from major cities in Norway.

  • By road

    By road

    There are daily express buses to the area from Trondheim and Bergen.

    You can drive to Åndalsnes via the E136 through the Romsdalen valley, via E136 from Aalesund, or Rv64 from Molde.

  • By train

    By train

    There are daily train departures from Oslo (5.5 hours) and Trondheim (4–5 hours) to Åndalsnes.

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