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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
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Mo ved Steinsdalen, Norheimsund, Kvam 5600, Norway
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+47 56 55 16 77
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

If you want an easy to get to and breathtaking waterfall, this is it. Keep in mind, due to that fact, there are many buses and people all over. But it is still worth stopping. Quaint buildings along the river make it very picturesque. What...More

Thank Mashadeca2
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stopped at 3 waterfalls while driving from Bergen to Flam, and this was by far the busiest, probably because it’s right off of a main road and a lot of tour buses stop here. It’s definitely worth the stop, though. It’s a beautiful and...More

Thank travelerfromsj
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We get to Norheimsund by bus and walked around and up to the waterfall. The whole area is gorgeous. After having a great kebab in main street and walking around the port area, crossing the bridge and wander in the hilly side was amazingly beautiful....More

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Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile

I went here around 8am and luckily no one was around! Saw some sheep on the way up and the short walk still has great views. Highly recommend a quick stop here. Also has washrooms and lots of parking!

Thank parrotchick07
Reviewed 24 May 2018

This cascade of water has pathway that leads you behind the falls themselves , a wonderful view of the valley awaits you at the path's end.

Thank R G
Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile

Great waterfall in a picturesque location. Two shops for souvenirs, one sells coffee, snacks as well as other items. You can walk behind the falls. With the wind there is always some moisture. The day we went we were down wind of some farms /...More

Thank Charles S
Reviewed 11 April 2018 via mobile

Definitely worth a visit if exploring the Hardangerfiord. There is a climb up to the waterfall from the car park and there are very good photo opportunities at the waterfall. It is possible to access the back of the waterfall during the visit.

Thank Roger B
Reviewed 10 January 2018

The parking here is a bit intense when it is busy and people wander out behind you so be careful. It has all the necessary facilities such as bathrooms and information. The path leading up to the waterfall is nice and allows you to view...More

Thank Nomeian
Reviewed 28 December 2017

Steindalsfossen is 46 metres high and from the parking lot there is a path that leads you up to the waterfall and where you can walk dry behind the massive water. Watch out for the "wild" sheep.

Thank Adele H
Reviewed 25 November 2017

90min away from Bergen and 5min from Norheimsund, this is a very beautiful little waterfall, which can get very strong after rain. The highlight of this waterfall is not its hight or form, its that you can go behind it, touch it. This walk was...More

Thank JanSmithSchneider
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zenonas c
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The neares big city is Bergen, and you can go on a daytrip - its about one hour driving or its goes buses ( its about 80 km from Norheimsund to Bergen)
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