One of the most visited nature attractions in Norway! Låtefoss waterfall is a famous twin waterfall close to Route 13 in Oddadalen valley.
Låtefoss waterfall has a free fall of 165 metres.
Over a hundred years ago Låtefoss was a popular attraction for English and german tourists. There was no road, so the tourists were picked up down by the fjord and transported to the waterfall with horse carriages. There was also a small hotel besides the waterfall. Today you might follow the path leading to where the hotel was previously lying at the southern end of the waterfall. Today you only observe the ruins of the hotel estate.
Souvenirs at Låtefoss kiosk. Parking by the main road.