18 Waterfalls in Norway that you should visit - With photos & details

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18 Waterfalls to explore in Norway

The country has the fourth-highest per capita income in the world. It has the world's largest sovereign wealth fund, with a value of US$1 trillion. Norway has had the highest Human Development Index ranking in the world since 2009, a position also held previously between 2001 and 2006.

Brekkefossen5743 Flåm, Norway

Brekkefossen is a beautiful waterfall located near Flåm, Vestland, Norway.

BriksdalsbreBriksdalsbre, Norway

Briksdalsbreen is an arm of the great Jostedalsbreen Glacier and located inside the Jostedalsbreen National Park. This famous glacier arm lies in beautiful surroundings between mountain peaks and spectacular waterfalls, dropping 1200 meters into the narrow Briksdal valley below.

KjelfossenAurland, Norway

Kjelfossen is one of the highest waterfalls in Norway located in Gudvangen/Aurland. The total height is 755 meters and the tallest single drop is 149 meters.The best time to visit Kjelfossen is June or early July when there is a lot of snow melting from the mountains that feed the river Kjelfossgrovi and Kjelfossen.

Kjeragfossen waterfall59°02'08. 6°35'10., 7th Ave 9, Norway

Kjeragfossen is a waterfall in the municipality of Sandnes in Rogaland county, Norway. The 715-meter long waterfall cascades down from the Kjerag plateau on the south shore of the Lysefjorden. It is one of the highest waterfalls in Norway and one of the highest in the world. It is a plunge-style waterfall that is usually only active about 5 months of the year. The waterfall is located in a very scenic area that has many tourists each year. The famous Kjeragbolten boulder is located nearby.

Kjosfossen FallsRallarvegen, 5718 Myrdal, Norway

Kjosfossen is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Norway. Its total fall is around 225 metres.

LåtefossenLåtefossen, Ullensvang, Norway

Låtefossen is a waterfall located in Ullensvang Municipality in Vestland. The 95-meter tall waterfall is unique and thus it is a well-known tourist attraction in the area.

MånafossenMånafossen, Gjesdal Municipality, Norway

Månafossen is a waterfall in the Gjesdal municipality in Rogaland county, Norway. The 92-meter tall waterfall is located along the river Månaåna, about 6 kilometres east of the end of the Frafjorden where the village of Frafjord is located. The waterfall is in a fairly isolated area. There is a parking area nearby with a steep, rough 250-metre hiking trail up a mountainside to see the waterfall. The hike takes about 30 minutes.

Mardalsfossen6472 Eikesdal, Norway

The Mardalsfossen waterfall cascades 297 meters down into the valley and is the fourth highest waterfall in the world (the whole waterfall is 655 m). The waterfall is an impressive sight in the period when the water is released by the hydroelectricity company - from 20th June to 20th August each year. It is easily reachable from the road and is one of the famous places in this area.

MongefossenMongefossen, Rauma Municipality, Norway

Mongefossen is a waterfall in the Rauma Municipality of Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. It is the fourth tallest single-drop waterfall in the world. It's located near the European route E136 highway and the Rauma River, which it flows into. There is some dispute as to the height, but it is generally listed at 773 metres.  As is the case with many of Norway's waterfalls, it has been targeted for hydroelectric power, which results in greatly diminished water flow during the summer tourist season.

RjoandefossenFlåmsdalsvegen 125, 5743 Flåm, Norway

It is a gorgeous waterfall in the south-middle of Norway at Flåm, municipality Aurland. The waterfall is 241 meters tall and has three vertical falls.

Rjukan FallsRjukan Falls, Tinn Municipality, Norway

Rjukan Falls is a waterfall of 104 metres in the western part of the West fjord valley in Tinn, a municipality in the county of Vestfold og Telemark, Norway, west of the industrial town Rjukan. The waterfall is a part of the Måne river, earlier a major tourist attraction, being one of the first floodlighted waterfalls by electricity produced by the same waterfall. In 1905 Rjukan Falls was built out to produce hydro electric power for the saltpetre production when Norsk Hydro was established.

Seven Sisters WaterfallSeven Sisters Waterfall, Stranda Municipality, Norway

The Seven Sisters is the 39th tallest waterfall in Norway. The 410-meter tall waterfall consists of seven separate streams, and the tallest of the seven has a free fall that measures 250 meters. The waterfall is located just south of the historic Knivsflå farm, across the fjord from the old Skageflå farm. The falls are about 6.5 kilometers west of the village of Geiranger. It is part of the Geiranger World Heritage Site.

SteinsdalsfossenKvam Municipality, Norway

One of the most popular waterfalls in Norway. The Steinsdalsfossen has a fall of 50 m. From the parking lot, the path goes along the waterfall, up a hill, and behind it where visitors can walk dryshod "into" the rumbling water.

TvindefossenTvindefossen, Voss Municipality, Norway

The Tvindefossen waterfall has a height of 152 meters and is located near the town of Voss. Tvindefossen acquired a reputation for rejuvenation and revival of sexual potency that made it one of the the most expensive water in the world.

UtladalenUtladalen, Årdal, Norway

Utladalen is Norway's deepest valley. The valley of Utladalen is part of the Utladalen Landscape Protection Area and known for its epic scenery.

VettisfossenUtladalsvegen 1, 6884 Øvre Årdal, Norway

Vettisfossen is one of the most beautiful and highest protected waterfalls in Norway. Vettisfossen has a single drop of 275 meters and is often mentioned as the highest single-drop waterfall in Norway.

Vinnufossen6600 Sunndalsøra, Norway

Vinnufossen or Vinnufallet is the tallest waterfall in Europe and the sixth-tallest in the world. The 865-meter tall tiered horsetail waterfall is located just east of the village of Sunndalsøra in the municipality of Sunndal in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The falls are part of the river Vinnu which flows down from the Vinnufjellet mountain and it is fed from the Vinnufonna glacier. The falls flow into the river Driva near the village of Hoelsand.

VøringfossenVøringfossen, Eidfjord Municipality, Norway

Vøringfossen is one of the most visited waterfalls in Norway. It has a total drop of 182 metres and a major drop of 163 meters.