From the pass, a hiking trail leads to the edge of the Troll Wall, over 1000 meters above the valley floor. Despite dramatic surroundings, the trail itself is relatively undemanding. The view from the Wall however, is not for the feint hearted.
But that's tomorrow's plan. Today the weather is closing in, so James and Nic hunker down in the camper for the night.
In the morning, storms still rage about the Troll Wall. The dream of standing high on its edge is whipped away by the winds. So, James and Nic choose an alternative path, trekking instead to a more modest, unnamed peak.
Modest perhaps, but in regal company, surrounded as it is by Kongen (the King), Dronninga (the Queen) and Bispen (the Bishop). And graced with equally majestic views. Their peak deserves a name. They call it Mount Friluftsliv. A fitting tribute to a rejuvenating road trip.
And so, this journey ends. Fjord til fjell. And the next trip is already being planned. It's always being planned. But whether or not it goes according to plan, well, isn't that the real adventure?
James and Nic travelled in the Ford Transit Custom Nugget. Find out more.
Watch the video: https://youtu.be/rd7STn5NH8w
Read James's full account: https://www.sidetracked.com/ford-norway/