How to visit Trollpikken

Trollpikken is a spectacular rock-formation located just outside of Egersund in Norway. It stands erect in the rocky valley between Kjervall and Veshovda. The rock formation is a proper phallic-symbol, with a view over the Dalane landscape.


How to get to Eigersund

The town of Egersund is situated in the south of Rogaland and is the municipality centre for the region of Dalane. It is easy to get here with either car, bus or train: the E39 to/from Stavanger through Egersund to/from Kristiansand. Nordsjøvegen, RV44 from Kristiansand – Egersund – Stavanger – Haugesund. FV9 and RV42 from Hardangervidda and Setesdal over the mountain-pass Suleskar to Egersund.

E39 goes through the municipality 10 km from the town center. FV 44, Nordsjøvegen goes along the coast and through the center. One hour drive to Stavanger Airport, Sola.
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More about Stavanger Airport can be found here:

Egersund bus station is in the middle of the town center, on the other side of AMFI shopping mall. Large parking lot.
Find itineraries, see traffic announcements and buy tickets here:

Both Jærbanen and Sørlandsbanen stop in Egersund and the train station is a 10-15 minute walk from the center.
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Egersund guest harbor is a sheltered and temperate harbor in the south of Rogaland. The harbor itself is in the inner harbor pool, centrally located in Egersund town center.
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By car, and parking at Trollpikken

Follow the signs from FV42 towards Stavanger. A dedicated parking-space has been developed with toilets, and souvernir-shop, which are open during the summer. Parking costs 100NOK per vehicle.

Egersund Taxi offers a fixed-rate service from Egersund town centre and train station to the parking at Trollpikken. A regular car costs 200NOk, and a minibus costs 350NOK, one way. Booking by phone: 004751490000. Remember to order the fixed-rate service.

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