The dangerous cliff for visiting

From middle of June to middle of September, take an outing to Norway for visiting Trolltunga, a monster bit of rock which hangs on a level plane beyond a mountain above a large portion of a mile from the earth. The round-trip climb will gross you amid 8 to 10 hours yet it’s certainly justified regardless of the outing on the grounds that the perspective is downright stupendous. A standout amongst the most dazzling picturesque bluffs in the country of Norway, Trolltunga means “The Troll’s Tongue” as a result of its unusual, bulging shape.

The precipice was framed amid ice age, roughly 10,000 ages back, when cold water solidified enormous lumps of the mount and after that severed. This cleared out an amazingly weird looking rock extension. Via : mymodernmet

The dangerous cliff for visiting (1)Photo: Opplev Odda Hardanger

The dangerous cliff for visiting (2)Photo above: Digernes

The dangerous cliff for visiting (3)Photo: Svetlana Shupenko

The dangerous cliff for visiting (4)Photo: Robin evck

The dangerous cliff for visiting (5)Photo: Alexander Artworkx

The dangerous cliff for visiting (6)Photo: Zhuokang Jia

The dangerous cliff for visiting (7)Photo: OpplevOdda

The dangerous cliff for visiting (8)Photo: Opplev Odda Hardanger

The dangerous cliff for visiting (9)Photo: WNDR.BE – G. DE SELYS

The dangerous cliff for visiting (10)Photo: Opplev Odda Hardanger

The dangerous cliff for visiting (11)Photo: Opplev Odda Hardanger

The dangerous cliff for visiting (12)Photo: Jarle Langker Grindhaug

The dangerous cliff for visiting (13)Photo: Opplev Odda Hardanger