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When we visited this waterfall we hiked up to a certain point where we had a magnificent view of the Åkrafjord. The hike started right next to the waterfall (on the left side, just after you cross the road from the car parking you should...More
....Latefossen, which is about 30 minutes away, toward Odda. I had seen this waterfall on a YouTube video and was really excited to see it; but after seeing Latefossen, this was just ok. It’s a longer waterfall, for sure, but lacks the intensity. Nice quick...More
You don't have to go on the hike to take in the immenseness that is Langfoss. So you can do it the "American way" and just drive there, and walk to the waterfall. This will not give you as astonishing view of the fjords, but...More
They said this ranks among the world's top 5 Waterfalls and it is true.
It is well worth a visit but do remember to take walking (hiking) boots with you. There are boat rides that bring you really close to the Waterfall too.
Took a boat around the fjord and to the head of the waterfall. This is the most impressive waterfall I've seen throughout the fjords. The skipper of the boat collected some water (yes we got that close) and it's most refreshing to drink. Well worth...More
Langfoss is close to Låtefossen, and thus does not get as much attention as its more famous neighbour. Langfoss is truly beautiful. Free but limited parking. Hike down to the river for a nice view. There is a display of rocks at the parking lot...More
Norway has waterfalls everywhere. It was a standing joke in our car, "Look there's a waterfall." On our way from Haugesund to see the stave church in Roldal someone in the car said, "Look, there's a waterfall." This time we were awestruck. Had we known...More