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2 kms from Norheimsund direction Bergen, just by route 7. One of the best known and photographed waterfalls of the country, where you can walk under and behind the waterfall. Stone monument astrophysicist Svein Rosseland. Represented Norway on Expo...more
Mo ved Steinsdalen, Norheimsund, Kvam 5600, Norway
All reviews short walk getting wet car park souvenir shops the river tour buses parking lot enjoy the view sunny day nice view nice stop take pictures parking space there are so many the cliff photo opportunities bergen card
You get an all around experience...walking up the path to view it and then behind the actual water flow. Our tour guide also insured us that the water was pure and encouraged us to fill up our water bottles from the stream coming down from...More
It's crazy windy - we got wet just walking up to it from the wind. It's very powerful, and cool to be able to walk behind it. There's a small parking lot, and it's a short walk over to the waterfall. There are a couple...More
On our way to Hardangerfjord, we paid a visit to Steinsdalsfossen and it was a great decision. View of the valley in front of the waterfall from the top is amazing, got a good view of the waterfall from behind, very many beautiful views all...More
During our drive to Hardangerfjord, we stopped at this waterfall which is just over an hour's drive from Bergen. It was cool to be able go up and behind the falls; a unique perspective from which to view the water. It was easily accessible and...More
Beautiful falls in Norheimsund on the route from Bergen to Voss. If taking the bus, the stop is right next to the falls. On a sunny day, the waterfalls are glorious and you can get really close to and behind the falls. Not very high...More
We visited the Steinsdalsfossen with some friends. The path though the water fall is short and you can get behind it in two minutes easily. Do not plan to stay to long here as there is nothing than the waterfall and a couple of souvenirs...More
This is a lovely waterfall, which has a path allowing you to walk behind. It's stunning to see from every angle. Only a short walk up, albeit on a slight incline, so you may need to catch your breath. You can also get right to...More
PRO'S: This waterfall is no match in size for waterfalls in US National Parks but enjoyable to see. It's fun to stroll under the waterfall without getting wet. A 100 meter walk from the parking lot to the base of the falls.
We happened upon this landmark without intending to. The descriptions sounded impressed, but not that unique. But, why not; we're driving by. It was definitely impressive! First of all, it is not a trivial waterfall. Second, it had been raining all day for days: the...More
Response from alvarov508 | Reviewed this property |
Consider that in Norway during Summer it never gets actually dark. I agree with the other answer, by bus it may take up to 90 minutes to 2 hours. Bus service is very punctual. Enjoy the ride. Best luck.