Norway’s Husedalen Valley is home to an absolutely stunning day hike that packs four of Norway’s incredible waterfalls into a 4-6 hour round-trip walk. Starting in the town of Kinsarvik in the Hardengerfjord region, the trail climbs a medium grade incline up towards the mountain plateau of Hardangervidda National Park. Down the mountainside each of the four massive waterfalls fall for hundreds of meters with tremendous force. It’s something you truly need to see to believe, but until you can make it there yourself, get inspired by this photo gallery of the hike from this past June.

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Written by Ari Schneider

Outdoorsman, Journalist, Type 2 fun expert.

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