Trolltunga, or the troll’s tongue, is a long, thin rock that juts out from a cliffside 700 meters above the north side of Ringedalsvatnet lake, near the town of Odda. The rock formation, which was formed during the last ice age, is part of the region’s Precambrian bedrock. Glacial meltwater, which seeped into the cracks in the mountain, refroze and caused blocks of rock to break away, leaving Trolltunga behind.
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