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There was a good, free car park by the road, just over the bridge, where an illustrated notice board gave details of the gorge in Norwegian & English.
Mr Gudbrand must have been a very bold lover to jump the gorge to gain his bride...More
The waterfalls that pass through Gudbandsjuvet are wild, noisy and fast due to the narrow mountain pass. There are metal paths with fences all around that brings you close but feel safe. There are also restrooms that are free and a cafe which unfortunately was...More
This is really mystical place on the way from Geiranger to Trollstigen. There is some artistic steel bridges being built on the site, witch are very slippery when wet! Best of all it's free. There is small parking area witch was full and to crowded...More
The falls were gushing, the walkways were not crowded, the views beautiful. The only thing that made it better? It turned out we were in the right place at the right time as the strawberries and cherries were at their height. WOW! I have never...More
We stopped here to see the waterfall. They built a walkway that lets you go around to make sure you see as much as possible of the waterfall and the gorge. Also there is a magnificent cafe where you can sit , have something to...More
This is an easy stop on the Trollstigen to Valldal road.The water from the waterfall surges through twists and turns in a gorge it has cut through the rock and the viewing path winds its way above. There is a cafe and clean wc's. If...More
This is a place you need to see if you travel to the fjords of Norway. Take picture of this natural fenomenon where the riverwater has made its way trought the rocks and shaped the landscape in a spectacular way. Recomended!