Get ready to (water)fall in love! The scenery and waterfalls, covered with blue ice, will simply take your breath away.
The path through Husedalen – the valley of waterfalls - is one of the most beautiful hikes in Norway.
Four gorgeous waterfalls are located close to each other along the hiking trail from Kinsarvik up to the Hardangervidda mountain plateau.
Parking area for the Husedalen Valley.
The Hardanger region is filled with spectacular attractions and viewpoints. Most of them only visited by tourists during the main season in Summer. But the attractions are just as impressive during the winter season. Come and explore our spectacular nature during winter.
Meetup is at 10.00. We start with walking the gravel road to Kinso Powerplant and Tveitafossen/first waterfall. Depending on the conditions we put on the snowshoes, and start walk the path up to Nyastølsfossen. The scenery and waterfalls covered with blueice will simply take your breath away.
At Nykkjesøyfossen/third waterfall we have lunch. This is the normal ending point, but on request, we have time, and the group feels in good shape, we add the extra 1.5 hours hike up to Søtefoss/forth watefall.
For the return we walk the gravelled mountain road/not the path back to the starting point.
Fun, stressless and impressive hiking experience
Information about local nature and history
Micro spikes or snowshoes if needed
Pictures: your guides help you with taking photos during the entire tour
Professional Guide, Storyteller & Motivator carrying safety and first aid-equipment
The hike follows a hiking trail. Parts of it are in steep rocky terrain. It can be dry snow, ice an slippery, depending on the weather conditions lately. With both spikes and snowshoes as part of the included gear, the hike will still feel safe.
Please inform your guide of any medical conditions that might impact you during the tour or in an emergency.
This is a tour hiking on spikes or snowshoes.
• Hiking total of 5-6 km • 240 m ascent
10.00 am at the parking area for the Husedalen Valley.
In Norway there is a saying that “There are no such thing as bad weather, only bad clothing”. Sometimes the bad weather turns out to be the most special: It is more mysterious, it creates a spectacular light play between the sun, clouds and rain, it makes you feel alive.
The weather here on the west coast changes fast and therefore we only rely on the weather forecast 1-2 days ahead of the tour. We hope for the best but prepare for the worst conditions. A good tip is to use the onion look: layers that can easily be taken on and off to adjust your temperature.
If the “bad weather” is so bad that we consider it as dangerous we cancel the tours. We will inform you in case of cancellation. Please read our cancellation policies for more information.
Make sure you have extra clothes in the backpack so you can adjust whenever you need it to be comfortable both when biking and hiking.
To book a private guide, choose the option ‘Private guide’. A group with a private guide, can include up to 8 participants/the price is equal to the price of 8 persons booked. For the private guide, make a booking for 8 persons, when placing your booking info, write ‘Private guide xx persons’ in the cell for your first name. And your full name in the cell for the last name.
Parking area for the Husdalen Valley, in front of the Kinso River
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