Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall, Norheimsund

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Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall is located in Norheimsund. Put Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Norheimsund itinerary builder.
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  • This waterfall, as well as having a fairytale scenario is funny, because with a path built on purpose (secured), lets face around the back. Very pretty
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  • We visited on a rainy day after the area had a very rainy month or more, so the water was running very well. We walked up under the falls.  more »
  • Enroute from Bergen to Naeroyfjord, we took a break at this cute little village of Norheimsund where the Steinsdalfossen Waterfall is located. We were also happy to have such a picture perfect day tha...  more »
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  • Cool waterfall. Not as big as others, but certainly popular. Fun to walk behind the waterfall. Make use of the free toilets before a long drive.
  • Well worth a visit. Highly recommended
  • This is one of the most beautifule waterfalls I have seen. Has a walkway that goes behind the waterfall and up to another view point. An RV may stay overnight as we did.
  • Beauty full waterfall !!! Access back of it from april to oktober !!!
  • The Steindalsfossen is one of the most popular waterfalls in Norway lying on the road from Norheimsund to Bergen, road number 7. Because it is frequently visited by tourists the surrounding of the waterfall had transformed into unnatural path and viewpoints with platforms. Nice for tourists but I am an upholder of keeping waterfalls in their natural environment. Nevertheless the waterfall is still worthwhile to visit.