Kinsarvik, 5780 Kinsarvik, Norway

Kinsarvik, a small picturesque village, sits at the point where the Hardangerfjord splits into several sprawling arms that reach far into Norway’s interior. The village has a long history dating back to the Viking era and its 12th-century stone church still stands proudly at its center. Kinsarvik is a starting point for the famous four-waterfall hiking trail, a six-hour-roundtrip journey that takes in some of Norway’s most breathtaking waterfalls in the Husedalen Valley.

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