Sognefjell Waterfalls

The Sognefjell Waterfalls page is my waterfalling excuse to talk about the popular Sognefjellet National Tourist Route (Sognefjellsvegen) that cut right through the heart of Jotunheimen…

Drivandefossen

Drivandefossen (also called Krekafossen on Norgeskart) was one of those overlooked waterfalls that we happened to miss when we first stayed in Skjolden back on our first trip to Norway in 2005…

Asafossen (“Vassbakkfossen”), “Liingafossen”, and the Waterfalls of Skjolden and Fortunsdalen

Asafossen (more correctly called Åsafossen) was the conspicuous waterfall spilling into Fortundalen easily seen from the scenic town of Skjolden. I used to call this waterfall “Vassbakkfossen”…

Geisfossen, Ryefossen, and the Jostedalen Waterfalls

Geisfossen (I’ve also seen it called Geisdalsfossen) was a series of four segmented waterfalls plunging side-by-side each other. It seemed like it was the most famous of the many waterfalls…

Feigefossen

Feigefossen was a waterfall that Julie and I anticipated visiting because we learned from our pre-trip research (later supported by a sign we saw a the trailhead there) that it was said to possess…

Mordolefossen

Mordolefossen (or more accurately Mordølefossen) was a waterfall that Julie and I nearly confused with the more conspicuous Feigefossen nearby as they seemed to have a somewhat uncanny resemblance…