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Langfoss Waterfall, Etne Municipality

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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4.9/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • If you are driving from Bergen to Stavanger take the scenic route! Langfoss Waterfall and Latefossen Waterfall are both right along the highway an have a small tourist shop and parking lots next to th...  read more »
  • The waterfall was one of many along this stretch of road. It was a great stop off and the waffles at the vendor at the car park were so tasty. 
  • The waterfall is very nice, mighty, with great force. We leave the car and took a walk in principle lasted three hours return ticket, but that us took us just over 4 h not only stops to take pictures and enjoy the view in a small viewpoint that is doing the first stretch of the walk, but also because it had rained and the ground was very slippery. To the roots of the trees sliding! The top has gorgeous views! and a book of visits. If you do good day, it takes your sandwich and there enjoys beautiful views. If you are lucky enough that shine and the soil is not too wet, is suitable for anyone accustomed to walking on the mountain, including children. If it rains a lot, or the terrain is very slippery, you can always climb to a viewpoint and enjoy the waterfall before going down. Is indicated with a sign that happens sometimes unnoticed. The viewpoint is hand right and climb as usual, front.
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  • One of the most spectacular waterfalls in my country! This spectacular waterfall is the fifth highest waterfall in Norway (612meters - 2008 feet high and 205 feet wide) . CNN named in 2011 Langfoss to one of the world’s 10 most beautiful waterfall. The mountainside in the background turns bright green with new vegetation in the summer, providing a striking contrast to the whitewater of the falls and the charcoal-gray rocky outcroppings. If you have 3 hours to spend here I will highly recommend the hiking trail to the top of the waterfall. See my attached photos and you will understand why! The tour starts just east of Langfoss. On the right side of her mother mound opposite the picnic area is a path. This is followed up in the woods. The trail is clearly and mostly easy to follow. The tour runs steadily and evenly upward in forested terrain, with a sharp rise. The highlight is after 1½ hour walk crossing the rock of the hill end of Langfossen. Here are the views just amazing! You look down the road where the tour started, and you look out over the bay. Furthermore you see the Folgefonna glacier in the background. You need to bring with water and food and calculate 3 hours. Regards Svein-Magne Tunli from Bergen, Norway
  • My relatives have a farm at Eljarvik which has the most beautiful view of the falls. Many of the pictures of the falls that I have seen have been taken from this site. It is a truly Majestic sight and one that should not be missed.
  • To cool love it in photo amagining it in person.
  • Nice place with very tasty and fresh water.
  • Amazing falls! Access directly from the parking lot. I recommend waterproof clothes :-)
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