Norway: 2 Day Hike To Trolltunga
Today is a lovely Sunday here in Jurmala, a suitable day to get comfortable in hammock at my parents garden and put a story together about my second weekend escape to Norway.
Returned a few weeks ago and still can’t get over it. I knew that nature in Norway is amazing but I couldn’t imagine that it’s so amazing. It’s a struggle to pick pictures for this post as plenty of views are outstanding. It seems that if one lives in Norway and has a bad view out of the window, the person must do something wrong with his/her life.
The meadow down the alley is where I stayed in a tent for the first time. Waking up at 5am and washing face in cold mountain water while listening to silence and enjoying complete peace around was magical.
Even though the trail ain’t easy there are loads of curious explorers to say ‘Hi’ to on the way.
Here it is, the Troll’s tongue as Norweigians call it. Place welcomes thousands of travellers so it took some time for me to get on the stage for a must-have photo. Once I got on.. what a huge tongue it actually is! Standing on the viewpoint nearly 1200 meters above the ground shook and twirled my insides. I layed down on a belly and leaned over the edge to see what’s hiding down there. I discovered absolutely magnificent views.
Happy, thank you, more please,