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Magnus were sleaping on the way up
We chosed to go by funicular railway up to Mågeli.
We thought that we had to drive ourself. But the wagons were remotely operated.
On our way to the top.
On the top we unloaded our backpacks and talked with some other hikers.
Well signed as always in Norway.
The start was easy.
A lot of stones as always.
Magnus with rapid steps and Hansson short after.
Three ours left to Trolltunga.
A short break.
View towards Folgefonna, next days goal.
It was easy to walk on the ridge.
At the cottage located at Store Floren.
The lake Ringedalsvatnet in the back. Little water as you can see.
Hansson checks the direction for the next lap.
The route was marked width red T:s.
Slighter steaper up towards Endanut.
Can you see Trolltunga?
Well polished rocks.
Now we are close. Because of bad signs at the end we had to follow the edge to find Trolltunga.
Doesn't it look impressive?
Another picture of Trolltunga.
Trolltunga from above.
Hansson on his way to the edge.
Hansson at Trolltunga.
Magge takes a sunbath.
Berra and Magge at Trolltunga.
Marvelous cliffs polished for thousands of years.
On our way back we took a picture of this sign.
Some small creaks where passed without problems.
Slighter chilly weather on it's way.
Far away you can see the funicular railway.
Sometimes they tried to hide the signs.
Information at the power station.
Picture from the dam.
Little water means more expensive electricity?