Trolltunga means “The Troll’s tongue” in English. It is a piece of rock that’s jutting out of mountain above the northern side of the Ringedalsvatnet Lake in Odda, Hordaland County in Norway. The cliff is said to have been formed during the ice age, some 10,000 years ago. At that time, the glaciers were in the cliff but were eventually melted and carried with them some parts of the cliff.
Hikers can visit the The Troll’s Tongue from mid-June to mid-September. And since it’s quite a hike to get here, and the heights are truly bewildering, this tourist attraction is not for the faint of heart.
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