Låtefossen is one of the attractions of southern Norway, and not only because of its easy accessibility. It is a massive, 165-metre high waterfall, which is special because it is two springs from Lake Lotevatnet that meet at the end of the waterfall and then flow together over a stone bridge into the Grønsdalslona River. There are so many splinters all around that if you walk on the bridge, you will get wet.

Just a short distance away is another beautiful waterfall , Espelandsfossen.