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There are many sights in the area. Here is a small selection.

Trollveggen Besøkssenter

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Se filmen om Trollveggens dramatiske historie. Kafeteria og souvernirer. Bare 500 fra Trollveggen Camping!

Les mer på www.visit-trollveggen.com

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Trollveggen Besøkssenter

Se filmen om Trollveggens dramatiske historie. Kafeteria og souvernirer. Bare 500 fra Trollveggen Camping!

Les mer på www.visit-trollveggen.com

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Reinheimen National Park

For more information: www.dirnat.no/nasjonalparker/reinheimen/

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Rauma River, from mountain to sea

Rauma River, the river of contrasts, has its origin in Lesjaskogsvannet. 42 km of the river, from the sea at Åndalsnes to Kylling Bridge, you will find salmon and sea trout. A journey through Romsdalen along Rauma River offers you strong contrasts, tranquil slow moving water to powerful white water, i.e. Eiafossen by Trollveggen Camping.



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On the opposite side of Trolltindene, you’ll find the majestic Romsdalshorn, 1555 meters high. Romsdalshornet is one if the mountains “everybody” has heard of, and was also nominated to be the national mountain of Norway. Romsdalshornet is, along with Stetind and Store Skagastøltind, one of the classics for climbing in Norway. Romsdalen is called the cradle of modern climbing sports in Norway.

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Trollveggen and Trolltindene

From Trollveggen Camping you have a spectacular view towards the Trolltindene, which is rated as Norway’s most impressive mountain chain. Here you have many Impressive peaks, where the highest are almost 1800 meters straight up from the camp site (46 meters above sea level). Trollveggen, the north cliff of Trollryggen, is Northern Europe’s highest vertical cliff face with its 1000 meter drop and up to 50 meter overhangs. During the last Ice Age, 10,000 years ago, the peaks were above the ice, which have given them the sharp and torn shapes we see today.

The highest of the peaks is Breitind (1797 meters high) which is south in the mountain chain. Store Trolltind (1788 meters high) lies further north of the Trollryggen.

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Trollstigen lies only a few km northwest of Trollveggen Camping and is Norway’s most visited tourist road (RV 63).

Trollstigen has been a tourist magnet since its opening in 1936. In the steep mountain sides Trollstigvegen makes 11 hair pin turns as it winds its way to the top, surrounded by the peaks, Bispen, Kongen and Dronningen). Some parts of the road are carved into the mountain while other points it is built up by brick. The road crosses over Stigfossen on an impressive stone bridge. A new section of road in the bottom two turns has given the road a better nature experience. Trollstigen is part of the National Tourist Road: Geiranger- Trollstigen. You can also experience the area by foot, on Kløvstien – the old “road” over Trollstigen.

Facts about Trollstigen:

  • Norway’s most visited tourist road

  • Trollstigen is closed in the winter months. Normal opening : medio May – dmedio September.

  • Steepness 1: 12

  • Maximum length for buses: 12, 4 meters.

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Atlanterhavsveien is a popular destination for daytrips among our guest. This unique piece of road is located just south of Kristiansund. The Atlanterhavsveien was in 2005 rated the building project of the century in Norway, and is portrayed as the most beautiful drive in the world. Atlanterhavsveien connects Averøy with the mainland by 8 bridges over a stretch of 8274 meters. The road was opened in 1989 and is free to drive on.

Atlanterhavsveien has status as national tourist road, and the whole stretch between Bud and Kristiansund is a continous experience of coast, culture and history. The contrasts between a trip in fantastic weather and a stormful day are spectacular. The trip will give you memories for life.

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The Rauma Rail, Norway’s most beautiful and wildest train journey. The 110 km long Rauma Rail goes between Dombås and the end station, Åndalsnes. Møre and Romsdals only train tracks were completed in 1924 and goes through some of the wildest nature Norway can offer. Trollveggen, Romsdalshorn and Karlskråtind are among the mountains you’ll see on the trip. 

You will also see the work of skilled engineers, such as Verma Vendetunnel and Kylling Bridge along the Rauma Rail. The Rauma Rail is not only a train trip; it is also a magnificent nature experience. There are daily tourist trains on the Rauma Rail during the summer season. Contact Åndalsnes Tourist information for information and tickets.

The train has huge panorama windows,so you can sit back and enjoy the view. The train takes you over 32 bridges amongst them, the famous Kylling Bridge.The train follows the Rauma River for most part of the journey. Strong, clear colours as fas as the eye can see. You will experience steep mountains that falls down to the bottom of the valley, and majestic peaks to green valley sides on the way to the mountain plateau, further into un spoiled national parks and big reindeer herds. At Bjorli there is great terrain for hiking in the mountains, summer and autumn, and for the winter is is very good skiing opportunities. Bjorli is one of the places in Norway where there is guaranteed snow in the winter.

Planning your next summer holidays now?

During the summer months, June to August, you’ll get an extra experience on the Rauma Rail. On the most spectacular places, the train will go very slow, and at Kylling Bridge and at trollveggen, the train will go to a full stop, so that you can be able to take good photos. During that journey you will be guided in Norwegian, English and German. On the train you will receive a brochure on the sights along the train ride and a map that shows the whole journey. You can also book a apackage deal where The Rauma Rail is included, along with other hilg lights of Fjord Norway such as Geirangerfjorden, Ålesund, The Bergen Rail and The Flåm Rail.

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The Mardalsfossen is an impressive sight, one you will never forget. From Sandgrovbotnen, 945 meters above sea level, the water flows over the edge and creates Mardalsfossen. The upper part of the waterfall consists of a 297 meters high drop and is rated the highest free fall in North Europe. The total height of the waterfall is 655 meters. Mardalsfossen is regulated for power supply, but it has a guaranteed water flow from 20th of June to 20th of August.

From Trollveggen Camping you have two options to get to Mardalsfossen:

1) The shortest way is to drive up Romsdalen, approximatley 32 km along E 136, turn left at Brude and stay to the right.. Follow the gravel road until it ends (30 km). It will take you about 30 min to walk to the edge of the waterfall. From there, the view over Eikesdalsvannet, Eikesdalen and Mardalsfossen is one of a kind.

2) The other way is to follow E 136 to Åndalsnes. Drive so towards Åfarnes, over Wisdalsheia and down towards Eresfjorden. Take a right turn and drive to Eikesdalen. From the bottom of the valley it will take you 20 minutes to walk to the waterfall. NB, bring rain gear. Approximately 113 km one way. If you wish to make a round trip, you can continue up the Aursjø road, that will take you to the mountain plateau, past Aursjøen and down Litldalen in Sunndalsøra. Then continue past Eidsvågen- Eresfjord – Åfarnes- Åndalsnes. A great day trip.

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Sagelva Water Power Center (Brøstsaga) is located in Romsdalen, approximately 35 km south of Trollveggen Camping. Turn off towards Brøste and follow the road 1, 5 km. Here there is a fantastic saw mill, restored to its glory days of 1933.