There are endless waterfalls in Norway and this was obviously on the to-do-list when in the region. Judging from photos I had seen of the falls prior to our journey, I didn't expect too much. How wrong I was! I must agree with a previous review that photos don't do Vøringsfossen justice. To start with we enjoyed the drive between Eidfjord and the waterfall. Not long before you get to the Fossli Hotel you can pull over into a car park with a small souvenir shop and a kafeteria. From here you can walk back along the road for some views and there is also a 5 min walk on a dirt track to a viewpoint, looking over the gorge toward the hotel. Be warned that One can get to the the edge of the abyss at various points and there are no guards or rails - so children should not be allowed to run off on their own. Up at the Fossli Hotel you will find a large carpark with a newly constructed railed walk along the cliff with spectacular views from all angles. We had some rain showers while visiting and it was still, or maybe especially because of it, awesome! If we would have had more time we would have done the hike to the waterfall along he river.
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