Leaving the village of Eidfjord, you’ll follow the River Eio to the Hardangervidda Nature Centre, a lively and colourful activity centre. The main attraction here is the Supervideograph, a 225 degree panoramic film about the Hardanger Plateau and the fjords. After that, carry on through Maabodal Valley to marvel at its towering mountain walls. After driving a further 750 metres above sea level you'll come to Hardangervidda, the largest mountain plateau in Europe. Within the National Park, all creatures great and small are protected. Your next stop is Syssen Dam, an impressive sight with its 80 metre wall built from natural stone and gravel. You can actually walk onto the dam to take photos and admire impressive views of the Hardanger Glacier. As you head back to Eidfjord, there’s time for one final detour - to Fossli viewpoint. That’s where you’ll get to admire the impressive Voeringvoss Waterfall thundering some 600 feet to the canyon below.
- SUITABILITY Little physical activity.