Trollveggen (1788 masl) is Europe’s tallest vertical rock face. The vertical rock face is 1000 meters, and in certain sections the wall has an overhang of 50 meters. In additional to majestic mountains, Romsdalen is one of Norway’s most beautiful valleys with the Rauma River running down to the sea.
The hike over Romsdalseggen allows you to experience some of the most beautiful mountains in Norway – with views that can take even the most experienced hikers breath away. Here you can experience the mountains, fjords, peaks and waterfalls, at first hand.
Photo: Øystein Tveiten
2. Trollveggen visitor Centre
Trollveggen visitor Centre and cafeteria have spectacular views of the Troll Wall. Here you will also find a small cinema with a documentary about The Troll Wall’s dramatic history. Buy some souvenirs at the gift shop for your family back home.
Photo: Trollveggen Besøkssenter
Only a few kilometers northwest of Trollveggen Camping, you can take a drive on one of Norway’s most famous tourist roads, Trollstigen (rv63). The drive offers a spectacular driving experience throughout each of the 11 hairpin bends as it winds itself up the steep mountainside.
Photo: Øyvind Heen
4. Mountain hiking in the Romsdal Alps
The hiking in Romsdalen can offer a range of hikes for all levels, both for beginners and right up to the most experienced of hikers. It can range from family trips to numerous summit hikes in the Romsdal Alps. This photo is taken at Litlefjellet, with the Troll peaks in the background.
Photo: Øyvind Heen
5. The Rauma Railway
Bring family and friends on a train ride to remember, on the Rauma Railway travelling up the wild and beautiful valley of Romsdalen. Here you will pass the Troll Wall and Kylling Bridge. According to Lonely Planet you are now on the most beautiful train journey in the world.
Photo: Leif J. Olestad
Click here for more tips on what to see and do in Romsdalen. When in Romsdalen, you can stay at Trollveggen Camping. Here you can enjoy the view of the Troll Wall and the mountain range The Troll Peaks.