The Skjervsfossen waterfall lies along the road from Bergen to Oslo, between Granvin and Voss. There is a small parking with toilets, from which a trail leads to the top of the waterfall and further on to the bottom of the waterfall.
The Hardanger Bridge (Hardangerbrua in Norwegian) is a 1380m long suspension bridge across the Eidfjorden fjord. Opened in 2013 it is the longest suspension bridge in Norway. The Eidfjord is a side arm of the main Hardangerfjord.
Hardangervidda is a mountain plateau with an average elevation of 1100m. It's a barren, treeless moorland landscape with many lakes and one of Norway's largest glaciers, Hardangerjøkulen. With an area of 3422 km² the Hardangervidda national park covers a large section of the Hardanger plateau. Created in 1981, it serves as a popular tourist destination for activities such as hiking, climbing, fishing, and cross-country skiing.
Geilo is a ski resort town, located in the Hallingdal valley at an altitude of 800m. The Hol church is a red wooden church in Hagafoss completed in 1924.
In Gol in Viken county there is a black stave church. This is a wooden church originally built at the end of the 12th century. It was moved and restored in 1884-85 and is nowadays a museum.
01 Skjervsfossen waterfall 02 Skjervsfossen waterfall 03 Skjervsfossen waterfall 04 Hardangerbrua bridge 05 Hardangerbrua bridge
06 Hardanger bridge 07 Eidfjord 08 Eidfjord 09 Måbøvatnet valley 10 Road Nr 7 to Hardangervidda
11 Vøringsfossen waterfall 12 Halne Fjellstugu hotel
13 Voringsfossen viewpoint 14 Hardangervidda 15 Halne Fjellstugu hotel 16 Hardangervidda
17 Hardangervidda 18 Hardangervidda 19 Geilo church 20 Red house in Geilo 21 Geilo church
22 Hol church in Hagafoss 23 Hol church in Hagafoss 24 Hol church in Hagafoss 25 Gol stave church
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