Staircase and Troll Wall in Norway
Norway,

Trollstigen, The troll staircase, located in the western part of Norway, is rightfully considered one of the most visited, interesting and beautiful places in the country. Also called the Troll Road, it is, among other things, a section of the Norwegian national road RV63, connecting the cities of Valldahl and Ondalsnes.
The troll staircase is an excellent road rising to a height of 858 meters above sea level. There are eleven very sharp turns that only experienced drivers can handle. In this case, the elevation difference between turns sometimes reaches 12%. The width of the road is about 3.3 meters, which makes it difficult for trucks and oncoming buses. In this regard, there is a certain restriction prohibiting the use of this highway for cars whose length exceeds 12.4 meters. In the middle of the ascent, drivers need to cross a narrow bridge over the Stigfossen waterfall, under which a powerful stream of water boils loudly. For travel The troll road is open from May to October annually.
Despite the difficulties, a trip along the “Troll Staircase” will allow you to get an unforgettable experience of the beauties of the surrounding nature. And rising to the highest point of the road and finding yourself on the observation deck, you can admire the magnificent views of the Valldalen Valley, the Troll Wall, the Romsdal fjord, the city of Ondalsnes, the Stigfossen waterfall.
The vertical Troll Wall, which rises a thousand meters above sea level, is considered the highest stone wall in Europe. Climbers believe that climbing it is one of the most difficult in the world.

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