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NO / Trollstigen (FV63) update 13May

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Update 13May: FV63 opened today from 12:00 Local time

Trollstigen (located in Romsdal, Møre and Romsdal) is a narrow road with many sharp bends and one of Norways most breathtaking roads.

Even if the road were widened during 2005 and 2012, coaches over 12,4 meters are prohibited to drive on the Road.

At the 700 meter plateau, a car park and several viewing spots can be found, perfect for visitors during the summer! One of the highlights is the Stigfossen which falls 320 meters fown the mountainside

Season

Trollstigen is closed during late autumn and winter. A normal operating season stretches from mid-May to October, but may sometimes be shorter or longer due to weather conditions.

For Miki staff / Link for last traffic information Here

History of opening days
2014 – May 8
2013 – May 22
2012 – June 1
2011 – May 13
2010 – May 28
2009 – May 20
2008 – May 27
2007 – May 23
2006 – May 23
2005 – June 1
2004 – May 29
2003 – May 28
2002 – May 23
2001 – May 21
2000 – May 26
1999 – May 14
1998 – May 15
1997 – June 6
1996 – May 24
1995 – May 28
1994 – May 20
1993 – May 27
1992 – May 27
1991 – May 8
1990 – May 12
1989 – May 26
1988 – May 16

History of closing date

2014 – November 23
2013 – November 13
2012 – November 5
2011 – November 24
2010 – November 4
2009 – October 23 (avalanche)
2008 – November 4

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