Langfossen flows into the Åkrafjord very near the E134 highway, after tumbling 600 metres down the mountainside. Right nearby are picnic tables, as well as a kiosk that sells fast food, homemade baked goods, local food products, handicrafts and souvenirs. The helpful staff will gladly give you toward hiking trails, suggest additional rewarding activities, and recommend accommodation in the area. Service facilities at the kiosk include toilets.

A trail from the parking place leads up to the top of Langfoss. If you’re in the mood for a longer hike, there are well-marked trails to lodges in the mountains. A fjord cruise will also give you an impressive view of the waterfall.


Up along Langfoss waterfall
The Potholes at Rullestad
Fjord cruise on the Åkrafjord


Rullestad is a hamlet situated on the shore of a lake, between the beautiful mountains east of the Åkrafjord. Here and in the vicinity, you can enjoy varied activities, magnificent scenery and exciting attractions, and find accommodation.


Åkrafjordtunet is situated at Teigland on the E134, the scenic trunk road that runs along the southern shore of the Åkrafjord. The centre, which lies just 9 km west of Langfossen falls and 10 km west of the national park, is a great place to learn more about Folgefonna National Park – but it’s also

About the national park

Folgefonna, the third largest glacier on mainland Norway, is the heart of the national park. Exotic and dramatic, this magnificent glacier has drawn tourists since 1833. Here are glacier tongues and icefalls, wild valleys, and raging rivers of rushing meltwater and scenic summer pastures.