|Location:||Thorgatten near Brønnøysund|
|Open:||no restrictions |
|Classification:||sea cave Through Cave|
David St. Pierre (1994):
A preliminary bibliography of Torghatten cave, Norway,
Norsk Grotteblad nr.29, Dec 1994, pp 18-19.
|Address:||Torghatten, Tel: +47-, Fax: +47-,|
|As far as we know this information was accurate when it was published (see years in brackets), but may have changed since then.
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Torghatten Cave is a huge through cave, running right through the monolithic Torghatten mountain. It is located on a peninsula near Brønnøysund, and very famous among Norway tourists. It is a special place, with an impressive aura, the view from inside the cave is exceptional. Even the Hurtigruten, the Norwegian post ship company, uses the place in a flyer, showing the cave in a photograph of one of their ships right in front of the cave.
This place is not developed at all, but it is very easy to visit. Because of its size, there is no place without light, and there is a trail to the cave and through the cave to the other side. However, during the summer holiday season, it is rather hard to be on your own for a few minutes, as it is visited by most foreigners which come to this area. The hardest thing is to get to Brønnøysund, which is very remote.