With a bad case of wanderlust, Jarden and I are constantly browsing high and low for new places to add to our travel bucket list. After countless hours obsessing over gorgeous Pinterest pictures, we’ve realized that there are a lot of hikes in Norway we want to explore. From grueling 8 hour hikes to more casual fjord explorations, there are so many to choose from, but we narrowed the list down to our top 3. Here are a few famous hikes that are on our Norway must-dos.
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The infamous wedged rock that spawned my Norway obsession. This crazy gravity-defying structure is absolutely insane and looking at it makes me want to cry, but FOMO has me yearning to go there more than anything. Thousands of people do it and I don’t think anyone fell off taking a picture, which is surprising because the drop is about 3000 feet!
My 2nd most-want-to-visit hike in Norway! The pictures of this rock resemble a “trolls tongue” sticking out of the mountain face. The hike though is apparently quite long at a daunting average of 8 hours, but definitely worth it in our eyes!
3. Pulpit Rock (Preikestolen)
This hike is probably one of the most famous in Norway, and the views are absolutely insane at 1900 feet. With about a 4 hour round trip, it’s probably the easiest on this list.