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Mabodalen i Hardanger, 5785, Norway
+47 53 67 34 00
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Mabodalen i Hardanger, 5785, Norway
+47 53 67 34 00
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Multiple waterfalls in a gorge type setting- beautiful! Try to go early or late to avoid the bus loads of tourists.

Thank flajann
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Just right off road #7 connecting Bergen-Oslo + a short 2-5 min walk and you got yourself a view of the waterfall from the top. If you wander just a bit longer in the little Forest on top, you'll also find a bridge in the...More

Thank dtnb2008
Reviewed 6 days ago

If you're driving between Oslo and Bergen, be sure to take the route that crosses the plateau and takes you past Voringsfossen. You can park for free at the designated roadstop (not the hotel) and get many excellent views of the falls, which are quite...More

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

One of the best ways to see a waterfall in Norway. You stand on these amazing platforms on the edge of the canyon and looks down at the 182m tall waterfall. The platforms on the cliff edge gives you an perfectly foto opportunities, for selfies...More

Thank ATLE S
Reviewed 1 week ago

A stop at Voringsfossen was included in our sightseeing tour in Eidfjord. Voringsfossen is the largest waterfall in Norway and a great tourist attraction. We saw it at a platform on top of the waterfall and it looked quite intimidating. There will be lots of...More

Thank Florence C
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Arriving by cruise ship we bought tickets for a bus transfer from the TI office right at the pier. Half price compared to booking on the ship. Buses run regularly and the ride is about 45 minutes. Good viewing platforms at the falls, a shop,...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

It was a rainy day so we only stayed for 10 minutes. I have never seen such a high waterfall and it made my knees weak just looking down. There is a trail to hike to the bottom but we didn't do it. I've heard...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Too many busses with too many people. Love the waterfall.. you can also walk down to the bottom. I like hiking more:-) Still a spectacular waterfall..

Thank anoukbloemers
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Went to the recently opened platform. The view was beautiful, though one feels a bit scared standing so high up in the air. Impressed by the fact that they managed building a platform like this. Definitely worth a stop!

Thank apolarbearsjourney
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is one more of the must see attractions in Norway :) You can see the waterfall from the front and also from above.....which you are not allowed to miss it :D (you need to go up to the hotel to have a really nice...More

Thank ChindeaHenrietta
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1 August 2017|
Response from preetik123 | Reviewed this property |
hi your drive should be around 30 minutes. we had a car so not quite sure of the buses. The waterfall is one of the main events so i guess you should have options from the boat/town. go upto Kjeason farm if you can. you... More
Joseph Y
25 May 2017|
Response from Scott L | Reviewed this property |
Sorry, not that I know of. We drove up there.