Trollstigen is a road thru the mountains of Norway's Rauma area that is famous for it's 11 twists & turns as well as for it's steep incline. The name mean's "Troll's Ladder". It crosses over the Stigfossen waterfall bridge with a viewing platform. Road closed in winter.
Two passes in the Swiss Alps: Furka Pass in the distance, with Gletsch in the valley, as seen from the summit of Grimsel Pass - photo by Cooper.ch, via Wikipedia; in Switzerland; a tunnel opened in 1982 that bypasses the Furka Pass
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