10 Tallest Waterfalls in Norway

Norway, a nation in Europe, is among the most beautiful countries on earth. Everywhere in the nation are tall mountain ranges with snowcapped summits, which keep the climate chilly all year long. European nations have a lot of high, hilly terrain. Numerous waterfalls are formed by the mountain range, some of which freeze in the winter.

Vinnufossen is the tallest waterfall by overall height (865 meters, number of drops: 4, single drop: 420 m) located within the landscape. Mongefossen is the tallest waterfall by a single drop (773 meters), located near the Rauma River on route E136 (highway).

Waterfall from a drone in Norway,
Photo by Raimond Klavins on Unsplash

Waterfalls by Overall Height

RankName of WaterfallsHeight
1Vinnufossen2,837 ft (865 m)
2Skorgefossen2,835 ft (864 m)
3Kjerrskredfossen2,723 ft (830 m)
4Mongefossen2,535 ft (773 m)
5Balaifossen2,510 ft (765 m)
6Tjotafossen2,420 ft (738 m)
7Olmaafossen2,362 ft (720 m)
8Kjeragfossen2,345 ft (715 m)
9Tagfossen2,316 ft (706 m)
10Kjelfossen2,313 ft (705 m)

Waterfalls by Tallest Single Drop

RankName of waterfallsHeight
1Mongefossen2,535 ft (773 m)
2Tjotafossen2,420 ft (738 m)
3Vinnufallet2,394 ft (730 m)
4Olmaafossen2,362 ft (720 m)
5Kjeragfossen2,345 ft (715 m)
6Tagfossen2,316 ft (706 m)
7Heggurfossen2,132 ft (650 m)
8Langfoss2,008 ft (612 m)
9Kveafossen1,935 ft (590 m)
10Tverrgrovfossen1,853 ft (565 m)
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