Waterfalls are particularly beautiful and impressive during spring when the snow melts in the mountains.

Vøringsfossen

Vøringsfossen is one of the attractions along the Norwegian Scenic Route Hardangervidda, and it is among the most visited tourist attractions in Norway. Its total fall of 182 metres from the Hardangervidda plateau makes it an impressive sight.

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Langfoss

Voted the world’s most beautiful waterfall in the ‘World Waterfall Database’. Langfoss is in a beautiful setting along the Åkrafjord, not far from Haugesund. It is possible to walk to the top of the waterfall.

Langfoss opp|© Magnus Roaldset Furset

The Seven Sisters (De syv søstre)

The Seven Sisters are among the most photographed waterfalls in the Geirangerfjord. The waterfall is made up of seven waterfalls that plunge into the fjord, which explains its name. According to legend, all of the sisters are unmarried, and the waterfall on the other side of the fjord (see below) has made many unsuccessful marriage proposals.

Vinnu waterfall

Europe's highest waterfall! With its 865 meters, it's an impressive sight. Vinnu originates from the glacier Vinnufonna, which is the largest glacier between Jostedalsbreen and Svartisen.

© Lars Olav Melkild

Låtefoss

Låtefossen is a very popular subject for photographers, running under a distinctive stone bridge. Låtefossen is actually two waterfalls, Skarsfossen in the south and Låtefossen in the north. Both descend from Lotevatnet lake. Låtefossen became a popular attraction for German and English tourists already in the 19th century.

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Steinsdalsfossen

Steinsdalsfossen is one of Norway’s most visited waterfalls, and visitors can even walk behind it! There is a nice path from the car park up to the waterfall, which is situated beside Norwegian Scenic Route Hardanger.

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Tvindefossen

Tvindefossen is situated not far from Voss and is said to be a source of eternal youth! So bring an empty bottle!

© Svein Ulvund

Hengjanefossen

Hengjanefossen cascades down into the Lysefjord, and you can see it on a Rødne fjord cruise from Stavanger. Have an empty bottle at the ready so you can drink water straight from the waterfall!

© Rødne

Likholefossen

There is a spectacular bridge across Likholefossen, which is part of the Gaularvassdraget river system. The waterfall is an attraction along Norwegian Scenic Route Gaularfjellet.

© Arild Waage

Mardalsfossen

The impressive Mardalsfossen plunges down into Eikesdalen valley, and it is the fourth tallest free fall waterfall in the world!

© Mattias Fredriksson

Storseterfossen

Storseterfossen in Geiranger has a good path you can take behind the waterfall!

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Kjosfossen

The Flåm Railway stops at Kjosfossen, which is a very popular photo stop. In summer, mischievous wood nymphs dance beside the waterfall!

Feigefossen

Feigefossen is Norway’s highest unregulated waterfall, and it is situated on the southern side of the Lustrafjord.

© Sverre Hjørnevik

Vettisfossen

Vettisfossen is the highest protected waterfall in Norway, with a free fall of 275 metres. The waterfall has been protected by law since 1924.

© Gabor Igari