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The Troll Wall is the largest vertical rock face in Europe. The rock is a type of rock called gneiss. The rock has been formed into a broken rock wall with huger corners,concave roofs and cracks, with a number of spires and pinnacles on the summit rim. The rock is loose and prone to rockfalls
You can catch a train from Oslo to Andalsnes, which is just a few kilometres hike from the Troll Wall.
Where to stay
There are many hotels and guesthouses at Andalsnes, just a few kilometres away from Troll Wall. There are also a few mountain huts in the surrounding mountains.
The first ascent of the Troll Wall was in 1965 by a Norwegian Team consisting of Ole Daniel Enersen, Leif Norman Patterson, Odd Eliassen and John Teigland who summited one day before the Great Britain Team. Over the years, many different routes of various difficulty have been established, with grades ranging from the A3 Sleepwalkers route to the A4+ Arch Wall.
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