Experience the roaring Feigefossen at close range by hiking up the short, marked trail to a viewpoint close to this magnificent waterfall. With a sheer drop of 218 meters, this is the second-largest unregulated waterfall in Norway after Vettisfossen (275 meters).
Surrounded by green mountains and the pristine Luster Fjord, the hike up the steep, rocky trail is worth the effort.
Stay at Turtagrø Hotel for a traditional mountain lodge experience. The hotel dates back to the 1880s but was recently renovated. They serve breakfast, lunch, and three-course dinners. Campsite rental is also available, which includes access to showers, toilets, and a common area. You'll find the lodge along Road 55, about 16 kilometers northeast of Skjolden. It's open between Easter and mid-September.
Tips and hints
- Stock up on food at the grocery store in Skjolden.
Exit Road 55 (Norwegian Scenic Route Sognefjellet) at Skjolden by taking a left onto Road 331. Drive for about 16.5 kilometers until you reach the parking lot on the right side of the road, by the fjord.
Walk for about 300 meters down the road until you reach the trailhead at Feigeelva River.