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  • antoinette diamond

    Trolltunga, Norway the world is a beautiful place

  • Grace Watts

    Norway, fjeld, mountain, lake, view, panorama, men, breathtaking, Mother nature, Cliff, Water, reflection, Photo On the edge

  • Ashton Walton

    On the Edge, Trolltunga, Norway, enjoy the view?

  • Isabella DeMarzo

    (Trolltunga, Odda, Norway. A slab of stone sticking out over Ringedalsvatnet, 700m over the surface of the lake.) Its like the lion king up here. How did you guys discover this place? Its not exactly private and we used to come here often. Really, for what? He asked and we stayed silent, we can't drag him any deeper than what he is in right now.

  • Jessica

    So, I just told my friend the other day that Norway wasn't on my travel bucket list anymore (it was for a while). I take it back.

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Should the opportunity arise, I pray I have the courage to sit on Trolltunga in Norway even though I might be terrified. Because nature is awesome.

"When you escape from something, you don't abscond into nothing -- you escape from one place to another. The excitement is in the instant of deliverance itself, because that, not the final destination, is the only moment of being free. It's the moment of feeling most alive and most oneself, unburdened by the expectations on either side." -- Elisabeth Eaves

Trolltunga, Norway Ok maybe I won't be jumping up and down. But what a view.

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Trolltunga, Norway. Trolltunga is a piece of rock that hangs out of the mountain about 2,000 feet up in the air. The Troll’s Tongue (translation in English) is available to hikers from mid-June to about mid-September

Trolltunga in Norway Trolltunga is one of the most spectactular scenic cliffs in Norway. Trolltunga is situated about 1100 meters above sea level, hovering 700 metres above lake Ringedalsvatnet in Skjeggedal. The view is breathtaking.

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no idea where this is, but it looks amazing and it looks like the rock Pocahontas dove off of!