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Trolltunga is one of Norway’s most controversial site

We arrived at Trolltunga following seven hours, 13.5km and 1,000m of height pick up. The haze came in as a line of 35 individuals held up to take their photo on the iconic cliff. Meaning ‘Troll’s Tongue’, Trolltunga sticks out of a precarious mountainside 700m above Lake Ringedalsvatnet close Odda in south-western Norway. Formed 10,000 years back amid the Ice Age when an ice sheet solidified to the mountain severed, it has lately turned out to be one of Norway’s most well known topographical locales – and one of its most controversial.

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