Biking in Odda

Biking in Odda

© Scott Sporleder / Matador Network / www.fjordnorway.com

© Scott Sporleder / Matador Network / www.fjordnorway.com

Odda Valley Waterfalls

By the Hardangerfjord you find a beautiful selection of waterfalls.

The water is melt water, which comes from the beautiful glacier Folgefonn, which also is placed in the nearby in Folgefonna National Park. The most remarkable waterfalls to be discovered here are the Tjørnadalsfoss, Strandfoss, Vidfoss, Espelandsfoss and Latefossen


Odda waterfalls is located in the Hardangerfjord region 

The Odda valley you will find located at the end of the Hardangerfjorden. By driving along Route 13, this pristine, unique nature highlight appears in a ravine. By the way, here you will find all kinds of incredible activities for tourist, mostly in the summer.

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