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Roeldal Ski Resort

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Roeldal Ski Resort

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Roeldal, Odda 5760 Norway
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Trolltunga Classic Overnight Hike
4WD, ATV & Off-Road Tours

Trolltunga Classic Overnight Hike

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Our goal is to give you an authentic Norwegian hiking experience with traditional tasty food specialities like our famous Reindeer Stew. <br><br>Experience Trolltunga almost alone, without long queues. Enjoy sunset and sunrise in the high mountains of Hardangervidda National Park. Relax around campfire before you go to sleep in our top notch Fjällräven tents with warm sleeping mats.<br><br>We also do small detours which most hikers walk by, like a beautiful located waterfall where we have a scenic lunch and our sunset rock Preikestolen (the original) with the best view of the Ringedalsvatnet lake and valley. Our guides have walked in these mountains since childhood and love to show you the best of what this hike have to offer.
US$470.30 per adult
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Paul H wrote a review Feb 2019
Waltham Cross, United Kingdom222 contributions26 helpful votes
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A small ski area that's supposed to average a large amount of snow. Røldal ski season lasts from the end of November until mid May with an average snowfall of 12 metres approximately 440 inches! I visited in February 2019 apparently the weekend before they had 60 cms of fresh snow but then it rained all week so when I got there the following weekend it was severely rain affected snow collapsing snow base off piste. So I was unlucky to get those conditions a sunny day followed and yet to ski another two days it says rain/snow mixed conditions forecasted so will wait and see. Even a great ski resort like Whistler in Canada suffers after top to bottom rain which is what happened here. The ski area itself is too small. In good conditions there traverse touring from the highest drag lift is the best the rest is not that great. No real snowpark just the odd rail or small jump only a few ski lifts. Easy to find on the main road and enough free parking.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Marita B wrote a review Aug 2015
Norway1,152 contributions198 helpful votes
I have visited Røldal several times. The Ski Resort has expanded the last couple of years, so it has quite a few different slopes. The good thing about Røldal is that you can be quite sure that there will be enough snow at any time in the winter. The not so good thing is that sometime the slopes can be icy.
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Date of experience: April 2015
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Kokosowo wrote a review Mar 2014
Haugesund, Norway204 contributions62 helpful votes
Since located on the West Coast it is very weather depending. Normally windy to the extent the lifts are closed. Due to huge precipitation, there is large amount of snow (550cm in the end of March 2014) and new falling. Apparently great for offpiste but if you look for groomed, well marked trails you will be disappointed. Poor infrastructure (no of lifts). All above tree line, lots of powder you sink into not being aware you are off main trail. Steep descent to the lower station. Definitely centre not for beginners.
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Date of experience: May 2013
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Detlengsta wrote a review Dec 2012
Stavanger, Norway3 contributions
great location, great powder, and enormous amount of snow! Prefect for off piste! Only 3 hours drive from Stavanger.
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Date of experience: February 2012
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