I revisited Norway in 2018. I have to say, places are a little bit more crowded now and paths to Trolletunga / Preikestolen / Kjeragbolten are much more organized.
Also, if you are taking a car – parking under Trolletunga is 500 NOK, under Preikestolem – 200 NOK and under Kjeragbolten 200 NOK as well. I credit this post here with making it all so popular.
Version of the post from 2012:
If you have not heard about neither Preikestolen nor Kjeragbolten, then you are living poor lives indeed. These places are frequently covered in “10 places you have to visit in your lifetime”, “20 places where you can find a lot of Poles”, and so on. It’s VERY beautiful!
But since you’re reading this post, I will assume you knaw the place I’m talking about :). Your focus is rather on “How to?” then on “What”. So I will share my experiences.
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