Trollfjord

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Trollfjord
The incredibly tight Trollfjord is a 1.5-mile long arm of the Raftsund between the Lofoten islands and the Vesteralen archipelago. With its narrow entrance and steep mountain sides, the Trollfjord is undoubtedly one of Norway’s most spectacular fjords, yet lesser known by tourists because it’s only reachable on the water. Regular boat tours run from Svolvær, and the Hurtigruten coastal cruise ships often visit the fjord during the summer season. On approaching the fjord’s narrow entrance, many visitors are shocked that such a large ship can make it in and safely turn around at the other end. Birdwatchers also flock to the Trollfjord for the opportunity to spot wild sea eagles swooping overhead.
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Trollfjorden, Hadsel, Norway