Turlifossen, or exceptionally Bjørgofossen, is a waterfall on the river Turlielvi in a beautiful village called Aurland. It’s almost 250 meters high but due to its shape it’s actually impossible to see the whole waterfall, depending on where you stand you can see it in ten different ways.

At the Turlifossen waterfall, the hike up to the Prest hill also begins, where you can reach a full 1,359 vertical metres on the 7.2-kilometre route. Well, have a safe trip up.

An interesting fact is that the Lærdalstunnelen tunnel, the longest tunnel in Norway, is carved into the rock directly below the top of Turlifossen waterfall and is an impressive 24.5 kilometres long.