Vøringsfossen waterfall tour

Visit one of Norway's most famous waterfalls and enjoy a warm drink in a nearby café
  • Vøringsfoss waterfall on a summer day with water falling down from both sides.
    © Heidi Kvamsdal
  • Aerial view of a waterfall and river, as well as a viewing platform.
    © Norfilm
  • Pedestrian bridge over a valley with waterfall and river under the bridge, seen from above.
    © Visit Hardangerfjord
  • Dark red hotel building in the background with a rock cliff and viewing platform in the foreground.
    © Jostein Vedvik
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Eidfjord outside tourist office

Hop on a bus that will take you to the famous Vøringsfossen waterfall, which is one of Norway's most well-known waterfalls. There you'll witness a mesmerizing spectacle as vast quantities of water plunge an astonishing 182 meters from the Hardangervidda plateau into the Måbødalen valley. There are several spectacular viewing platforms near the waterfall and a newly constructed step bridge, where you can take a walk to marvel at the Vøringsfossen waterfall from different angles. As you approach the viewing platforms, you'll be greeted by the thunderous roar of the waterfall and the awe-inspiring beauty of nature's force. The strategic positioning of the step bridge allows for a unique perspective, allowing you to feel the power of the waterfall beneath your feet.

To make your experience even more memorable, we've included a voucher for a free warm drink at a café located in the historical Fossli Hotel designed in Art Nouveau style and nestled beautifully on top of the waterfall. As you sip on a warm cup of tea, coffee, or hot chocolate for the kids, you'll be treated to panoramic views of the stunning natural landscape.

Duration: 1 hour 45 minutes

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Additional information:

Meeting point: bus stop in front of Eidfjord Tourist Office.

Please be at the meeting point 15 minutes before departure.

The bus ride takes approx. 25 minutes each way, and you will have approx. 45 minutes by the Vøringsfossen waterfall, including time for a drink in the café of the Fossli Hotel.

No guiding.

Wheelchairs: passenger must be able to walk a couple of steps up on to the bus. Café is accessible by a wheelchair and handicap toilets are in the toilet building. Not all areas of the viewpoint are accessible by wheelchair.

Dogs and other pets: not allowed.