Roads of Norway are some of the most scenic in the world.
The path (ladder) the Troll — part of Norwegian national road RV63, connecting Åndalsnes and Valldal.
Opened by king Haakon VII July 31, 1936, even today the road continues to be an elegant example of engineering art.
The road to the lift has 11 sharp turns. Around the middle of the climb is the famous bridge over the waterfall stigfossen. Autumn and winter Trollstigen closed for the passage.
Millions of tourists and photographers shoot a bird’s eye view from the observation platform, and each time, depending on weather conditions, the Trail of the trolls looks different.