Nekfallet (or Nekfossen) is a nice powerful waterfall near Finnstad/Rendalen in the region Hedmark, Norway.
There are signs along road Fv665 pointing to “Nekfossen” (Nekfallet). Driving on road Rv3 take the exit to Tynset and there go right to Finstad (Fv665). After 31 kilometer you will see the sign “Nekfossen 0.8 km”. I think this is a tollroad. Go left here and drive up to the viewpoint on Nekfallet.
It is possible to walk down to the base of Nekkfallet where you have a great view on this magnificent waterfall. This is not an official trail but there should be a small wooden sign pointing to Nekfossen.
Nekfallet is the highest waterfall in Hedmark with a height of 60-90 meter. The river Neka thunders down with great force form early summer until summertime. Nekfallet falls towards the west and best can be visited in the afternoon.
The source of the river Neka lies up at the mountain plateau Nekmyrene at an altitude of appr 1.000 meter.
Nearby you can find another great waterfall (although not that high) Tegningfallet near Hanestad.