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The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park

The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park Photo: Hege Grane Hisdal The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park Photo: Magnus Hisdal The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park Photo: Magnus Hisdal The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park Photo: Hege Grane Hisdal Read more: Husedalen The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park Photo: Hege Hisdal The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park Photo: Andres Gjengedal
The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park Photo: Hege Grane Hisdal
The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park Photo: Magnus Hisdal
The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park Photo: Magnus Hisdal
The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park Photo: Hege Grane Hisdal
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The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park Photo: Hege Hisdal
The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park Photo: Andres Gjengedal

Hike facts

Effort level
  • Medium
Duration
  • 5 hours
  • 6 hours
Landscape
  • Mountain
  • Forest
Season:
May - September

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The trail through Husedalen valley is one of the most beautiful hikes in Norway. Four stunning waterfalls in succession on the way from Kinsarvik to Hardangervidda mountain plateau. Hardangervidda is the largest high mountain plateau in northern Europe, and has a wide network of marked trails both summer and winter, connected by mountain cabins. For more information about Hardangervidda, see www.ut.no



The hike through Husedalen valley.
The scenery and the waterfalls in Husedalen are breathtaking. Four gorgeous waterfalls right after each other on the way from Kinsarvik to Hardangervidda. From the first waterfall to the last and back it takes 5-6 hours. You may also take a shorter hike and see fewer waterfalls. Hardanger fossasti (waterfall path) is an easier alternative, starting in the centre of Kinsarvik. Maps are available at Kinsarvik tourist office.

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  • Hiking Hiking

Facilities

  • Season

    • may
    • august
    • july
    • june
    • september
  • Nature and terrain

    • mountains
    • forest
  • Grading

    • medium
  • Duration

    • 5 hours
    • 6 hours
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The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park - Photo: Hege Grane Hisdal

The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park

The trail through Husedalen valley is one of the most beautiful hikes in Norway. Four stunning waterfalls in succession on the way from Kinsarvik to...

The four waterfalls of Husedalen valley and Hardangervidda National Park

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