Utladalen, Norway

During my visit to Utladalen, Norway, I stayed at an Airbnb in the Utladalen camping area. It was a beautiful little cabin with a private restroom and kitchen. I spent the day hiking to Vettisfossen waterfall. It is the tallest unregulated free-flowing waterfall in Norway, standing at 275 meters high. Vettifossen is about a 12 km hike to get there and back. Along the way there are multiple waterfalls to stop and look at. The trail runs along a river for the majority of the hike. About an hour into the hike, there is a farm to pass by with a beautiful view of the Utladalen Valley below. The hike continues past the farm down the hill through a picturesque area loaded with tall skinny trees. Once at the bottom of the hill there is a bridge which crosses the river.  Stay hiking along the trail to reach Vetifossen. This was a long hike but well worth it for all the amazing sights along the way.

Utladalen Valley


Vettisfossen Waterfall

Chasing Waterfalls

Pathway Leading to Vettisfossen Waterfall
Norway Airbnb
Inside Cabin
Cabin at Utladalen

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