In the Troll Mountains, trolls have created secret spots for washing their clothes and bathing their children. Would you like to take a bath in Mother Troll’s casseroles, jump from cliffs or ride a stone slide? We’ll show you the way! When you get hungry, we’ll serve troll food from Furkunnjmat and provide musical entertainment, troll style.
Out rental cabin Trollhøtta is situated in Helgetunmarka in Trollheimen. The adventures start right outside the front door.
Trollhøtta is a log cabin with a sauna and fireplace. It’s the perfect place to unplug, relax, playing board games and getting away from the everyday noise: There’s no dishwasher, TV or heat pump to disturb your peace. Sometimes, people hear Trolls nearby – that’s just how it is around here.
Trollhøtta has 3 bedrooms and a total of 10 beds. It’s suited for one or two families, or for a big group of friends. You can drive your car all the way to the cabin. Lake Langvatnet is nearby the cabin. You can rent a boat or canoe, go fishing or swimming. This place is perfect for lighting a bonfire.
Welcome to Trollhøtta in Trollheimen!
Are you travelling with children? If they are too young to take long hikes, we recommend visiting the bird feeding place, attending the mouse safari or learning how to use fishing nets. We’re taking your family on a treasure hunt, and of course, looking for trolls.
If you’re tired of everyday life: Come to the log cabin Trollhøtta. Here you can ignite the fireplace, turn your smartphone off and just relax. The cabin has enough room for 10 people to stay over. If you’d like us to, we set the table and serve a three-course dinner with local specialties. We’re also offering musical entertainment, troll style.
During the Norwegian winter holidays in February, we’re offering a winter camp for children 8-12 years.
We’ve got two available cabins for experiencing hygge in Trollheimen: Trollhøtta and Maritstuggu. Want to take your family or friends to a log cabin? With peaceful surroundings and your own sauna, this is the spot. Enjoy the crackling fireplace, or go skiing.
Guided skiing trip to Snota, 1669 MAMSL. From the mountain peak, we’ll have a spectacular view of Trollheimen. Fantastic ski descents on the way down.
”Korr korr korr…… Tsjoo-yyysch” and “trrriiik trik trik triik triik”. This is the sound you’ll hear from the swamp as you’re lying comfortable in your sleeping bag. It’s spring time in Trollheimen. Snipes and blackcocks are mating, and you’ve got first row tickets to watch the play unfold. We’ll also get to know the other creatures and culture in the valley.
Not so much bright neon lights on this adventure, but we promise a pleasant experience with colleagues or friends. It even works well for bachelor/bachelorette parties and school classes.
Everything has been done before, or so the saying goes. Well – this might be an exception to that rule. This event is called “Galskapens natur” in Norwegian. Directly translated, it means The Nature of Craziness.