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.