Rago National Park, Sørfold
With a fall of 223 m, Litlverivassfossen is one of the highest waterfalls in Northern Europe and is the gem of Rago National Park.
Experiencing this splendid waterfall takes some effort, but you will find it if you go on a hike in Rago National Park.
Foto: Frank R. Dahl
If you are driving on the E6 highway between Fauske and Hamarøy, you will pass this spectacular waterfall. If you take a break at the inn Kobbelv Vertshus, which is a natural place to stop on this route, you can admire the view while enjoying your meal, or you can walk out onto “waterfall promenade”.
This waterfall is wider than it is high (approx. 9 m fall) and is easily accessible from the road.
Foto: Karoline O.A. Pettersen
Ingeborgfossen are powerful rapids stretching 150 m down to Botnvatnet lake. Getting to this waterfall is a relatively easy walk, which takes about 30 minutes each way.
Foto: Frank R. Dahl
Valnesfjord, Fauske - Sjunkhatten National Park
You will find Bringslifossen at Bringsli, not far from Valnesfjordvannet lake. This waterfall has a fall of about 20 m and there is a wonderful deep pool at the bottom. Enjoy an icy shower or a refreshing dip but be careful during the melting season in May/June when the volumes of water are higher than usual.
Foto: Siri Olsen
Valnesfossen is the largest waterfall in Bodø. It has a free fall of 60 m down a rockface and you can hear this powerful waterfall from a distance. If you visit in May/June when it’s larger than normal owing you to meltwater, you must count on a real shower if you get too close.
Getting to this waterfall is easy and the walk is also suitable for children. You will find a rustic shelter and children’s play area at the start of the route and you can follow the cat road/path all the way up to the waterfall.
Foto: Gøran Ervall
This 300 m high waterfall is a wonderful sight. You can get here by boat – either on your own or by booking a guided tour. Paddling here from Kilboghavn or Melfjordbotn is also a fantastic experience, especially if you combine it with a trip to the beautiful Nordfjord.
Foto: Kitt Grønningsæter