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Released24 August 2004 (Update)
LocationTroll Country
TeleportsTrollheim Teleport
Advanced data
Location on World Map
Ice Path
Troll Stronghold Trollheim Wilderness

Trollheim is a mountain in Old School RuneScape. It is located right to the east of the entrance to the Troll Stronghold.

Travel[edit | edit source]

All other methods of travelling to Trollheim require at least partial completion of the Troll Stronghold quest.

Agility shortcuts[edit | edit source]

Trollheim has multiple Agility shortcuts, which vary in required Agility levels from 15-64 to be climbed.

Other[edit | edit source]

  • There are some level 68 thrower trolls near the bottom of the mountain. Use of Protect from Missiles to get by them without damage is advised.
  • Mad Eadgar resides in his cave at the top of the mountain.

Quests[edit | edit source]

Quests involving trolls are also involved with Trollheim:

Changes[edit | edit source]

Date Changes
5 March 2015
(update | poll)

There is now a shortcut from the entrance to the roof of the Troll Stronghold that you can use at level 73 agility if you have completed the Fremennik Hard Diary.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Trollheim is a possible reference to the Norwegian valley, Trollheimen, which means "The Troll Home" (literally, "Trollhomethe").
  • Every troll, or cities made by trolls have the names dialected into Norwegian. This is likely because they live toward the north of Gielinor and Norway is in northern Europe, and also because trolls play a big part in Norwegian folklore.
  • Some of the rocks (not the ones you can climb) have amusing examine texts. One reads "It's a troll! Run! No, wait, it's just a rock" and another one reads "These make great pets."
  • Trollheim is the only destination in the Redirected house teleport tab destination list that doesn't have a house portal associated with it. Because of this, it is the only destination you can teleport to with a redirected house tab, but not the Construct. Cape.

References[edit | edit source]

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