“Kjeragfossen”

“Kjeragfossen” was pretty much the main waterfall that I associate with the epic hike to the rock wedged between two vertical cliffs known as Kjeragbolten or often just Kjerag. Of the numerous…

Hunnedalen Waterfalls

The point of this Hunnedalen Waterfalls page was to acknowledge the scenic valleys and waterfalls that we encountered on the drive between Sirdal and Dirdal. It pretty much covered the stretch of…

Preikestolen Waterfalls

This Preikestolen Waterfalls page was kind of my waterfalling excuse to talk about the famous and impressive Preikestolen formation. That said, I did spot some noteworthy waterfalls on both the…

“Storfossen”

“Storfossen” was an informal name we chose to associate with this rather obscure, wispy yet attratively tall waterfall in the moors of Suldal (near the lake Mosvatnet, which I think is pronounced

Hongavikfossen

Hongavikfossen was a roadside waterfall spilling from high up the western cliffs flanking the Saudafjord before tumbling besides a tunnel (Hongavikfossentunnelen) then ultimately feeding the fjord…

Svandalsfossen

Svandalsfossen caught our attention as it noticeably tumbled right besides the Rv520, which was close enough to send its spray right onto the road. The pullout on the north side of the bridge…

Sauda to Roldal Waterfalls

The Sauda to Røldal Waterfalls page is where I’m paying homage to the numerous waterfalls we encountered as we drove along this stretch of the Rv520 mostly through moorish highlands between…

Sandsfossen

Sandsfossen was kind of a throw-in waterfall near the town of Sandsfjord-fringing town of Sand. We only became aware of this waterfall when we saw a sign indicating its presence while we were…

Tengsfossen

Tengsfossen was a waterfall that Julie and I stumbled upon accidentally. We actually mistook this waterfall for a different waterfall called Fotlandsfossen as we actually sought out Fotlandsfossen…

Manafossen

Manafossen (or Månafossen; I think it’s pronounced “MOH-nuh-foss-un”) was definitely our favorite waterfall in Rogaland county, and it was probably the first major waterfall that made us go…