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Vøringfossen waterfall in Eidfjord, Hordaland

Waterfalls

Chasing the perfect flow

Seeing hundreds of thousands of gallons of water cascading down a cliff can be a strangely fascinating and humbling experience. Some of the world’s tallest waterfalls are found in Norway.

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Steinsdalsfossen, Hardanger
Steinsdalsfossen, Hardanger
Roger Ellingsen / Statens vegvesen
Vøringsfossen, Hardangervidda
Vøringsfossen, Hardangervidda
Jørn Hagen / Statens vegvesen
Kjosfossen, Aurland
Kjosfossen
Morten Rakke
Brudesløret waterfall, Geirangerfjorden
Brudesløret, Geirangerfjorden
Øyvind Heen - Visitnorway.com
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Waterfall heaven

Fjord Norway is truly a waterfall heaven and has endless miles of world class whitewater perfect for river kayaking! Sogndalselva is one of the stunning rivers.

Spectacular waterfalls in Norway

Safety tips near waterfalls

  • *Please respect the potential dangers of the waterfalls. Not only is the current strong if you fall in, but the ground nearby is often slippery and wet from the mist, and the cliffs are steep and tall.
  • Take care to follow instructions and stay on the path. If there are fenced viewing areas, please do not step outside the fences, as the ground may be slippery or structurally weak.
  • *Be especially careful in winter, when the mist freezes to ice, or in the spring when the falls have unusually high flow.

A frozen peak of adrenaline

Climbing a frozen waterfall in Norway is an exceptional and extreme experience, but is more about technique than brute strength.

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