It’s really worthwhile, when you are near Loen, to drive to the Lovatnet. At the end of the valley there is the Bødalen, one of the most beautiful places in Norway. We where lucky that the weather was beautiful, which results in astonishing beautiful photo’s.
The Ystre and Ostre Tinjefjellfossen are streams of the melting water of the glacier Tindefjellbreen. The waterfall is an unofficial named waterfall and the river course has no name. With a total height this is a major waterfall in Norway, but honesty I have to say I didn’t recognize the watercourse as a real waterfall. Because there are some references on the Internet to this fall I added them to my database.
The waterfalls are located in de Bødalen , almost at the end of the Lovatnet. Turn right and take the unpaved toll road into the Bødalen. You first get past the Hoysteinfossen, just down the Huldrefossen with a great view on the valley and the Ramnefjellsfossen (one of the highest waterfalls in Norway).
At the end of the road you can walk to the Bødalsbreen, a beautiful unspoiled glacier. Again, beautiful views and a surprising unnamed waterfall near the Kåpevatnet, I named it the Kåpefossen.