Gudbrandsjuvet

Gudbrandsjuvet, Valldal: Address, Phone Number, Gudbrandsjuvet Reviews: 4.5/5

Gudbrandsjuvet
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Route 63 Rv 63, Valldal 6210 Norway
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Norway23 contributions
Family
Very cool attraction, built in the same style as the Trollstigen visitors centre. The iron walk bridges are designed in a way that gives you the impression of walking between tree-tops in the jungle. There is also a café/visitors centre, but it was closed probably due to Covid-19 and seemed rather unattended because unfortunately the waste bins were flooding with waste. Luckily we came to the visitors centre at the end of the walk (we started at the parking lot on the top), otherwise we might have got a different impression of the site and by far a less positive experience.
Written July 30, 2020
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Gordon C
London, UK473 contributions
It’s worth a quick stop between Valldal and Trostigen. The waterfalls were beautiful so were the surrounding area. There was a visitor centre with a cafe but unfortunately it was closed possibly due to the low number of visitors during Covid-19 pandemic.
Written August 22, 2020
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Hungry-sailor86
San Fernando La Union, Philippines398 contributions
Friends
a beautiful stop on the way from trollstigen to geiranger and a great place to stretch your legs, see the beautiful scenery and have a coffee and home made cinnamon bun. quiet early season so take advantage before the tourists come. truly idyllic
Written May 30, 2021
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Gone Walkabout
Tonsberg, Norway563 contributions
Great stop to see the raging river. We took the time to walk around a bit and found some nice spots along the river. Had an ice cream in the cafe just by the waterfall. The parking places here are pretty narrow
Written July 5, 2021
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LJ A
Congresbury, UK145 contributions
Couples
Amazing location. Free WC. Loved the modern rustic design of the walk ways (although be careful of slipping). Parking lot is small. Lots of trails to take. Canteen closed due to Covid.
Written August 20, 2020
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BrittS
Alesund, Norway1 contribution
This grand wonder of nature is worth stopping for on your way over the mountains to or from Trollstigen to Valldal- Geiranger- Ålesund and so on. Walk the path, have a cinnamonbun, have pitstop on your way. Close by you will also find other exciting places to visit such as Juvet Landscape hotel and the historic Nikkahuset.
Written September 21, 2021
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Dushi-NY
NY, NY6,486 contributions
We saw people hiking into the woods and along the streams.

Our stop here was only 40 minutes for this attraction. Unusual set of restrooms are situated near the café. The stairs and walkways wind past and over the gorge and streams. The views are different from each angle so be sure to keep walking.
Written August 14, 2019
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JLM
Bergen, Norway42 contributions
Friends
We went for a walk and took some photos. There were washrooms and interesting metal work with camping nearby.
Written May 17, 2018
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7ContinentsExplored
Eden Prairie, MN657 contributions
Couples
This was one of my favorite stops in Norway, I was absolutely amazed by the endless beauty of this area. From the lovely view of the mountains and farmhouse, the river and the first waterfall and then repeating waterfalls and incredibly deep gorges it was definitely a must see! The walkways that have been built so you can get the best views of the area are very nice.
Written October 4, 2017
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CodyMav
Gold Coast, Australia27,708 contributions
Solo
Plenty of parking right beside this and an interesting walkway from the carpark to the falls which leads you around a circuit and back. Glad I put this on the travel agenda.
Written June 6, 2017
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