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LES CASCADES

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Vøringsfossen .
Photo: Paal Audestad / Visit Norway
Vøringsfossen .
Photo: Paal Audestad / Visit Norway

Voir des trombes d’eau déferler sur les parois escarpées...

Selon la World Waterfall Database, base de données recensant toutes les cascades du monde, 10 des 30 plus hautes cascades du monde se trouvent en Norvège.

Mardalsfossen .
Photo: Mattias Fredriksson / Visitnorway.com
Mardalsfossen .
Photo: Mattias Fredriksson / Visitnorway.com

L'une des plus spectaculaires d’entre elles est la Vøringsfossen, dans la région du Hardangerfjord.

Oserez-vous vous approcher pour regarder de plus près ?

Traversez ces gorges spectaculaires !

Vøringsfossen in Hardanger .
Photo: Statens Vegvesen / Nasjonaleturistveger.no Architect: Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk AS arkitektkontor
Vøringsfossen in Hardanger .
Photo: Statens Vegvesen / Nasjonaleturistveger.no Architect: Carl-Viggo Hølmebakk AS arkitektkontor

Inspirez, expirez... Profitez de la vue.

Vettisfossen, avec sa chute de 275 mètres d’un seul tenant, constitue la plus haute cascade naturelle ininterrompue de toute la Norvège.

The Vettisfossen waterfall in Jotunheimen .
Photo: Thomas Rasmus Skaug / Visitnorway.com
The Vettisfossen waterfall in Jotunheimen .
Photo: Thomas Rasmus Skaug / Visitnorway.com

La cascade des Sept Sœurs, qui se déverse dans le Geirangerfjord, site classé par l’UNESCO, est l'une des cascades les plus connues de Norvège – et les plus photographiées.

Pour vous en approcher, montez à bord d'un ferry, d'un bateau de croisière ou, mieux encore, d'un kayak !

Brudesløret waterfall, Geirangerfjorden .
Photo: Øyvind Heen / Visitnorway.com
Brudesløret waterfall, Geirangerfjorden .
Photo: Øyvind Heen / Visitnorway.com

Dans certains endroits, on peut marcher jusqu'au sommet pour jouir d’une vue imprenable.

Langfossen, qui cascade sur 600 m avant de se jeter dans l’Åkrafjord, en Norvège des Fjords, mérite amplement le détour.

Langfoss .
Photo: Espen Mills / Visitnorway.com
Langfoss .
Photo: Espen Mills / Visitnorway.com

Les mois de mai et juin sont la meilleure période pour profiter des cascades, car le débit y est à son maximum.

Parfois, on peut même en profiter pour un nettoyage de voiture (ou de peau) gratuit, comme ici à Låtefossen.

Låtefossen waterfall and bridge, Odda .
Photo: julieweiss10/Foap/Visitnorway.com
Låtefossen waterfall and bridge, Odda .
Photo: julieweiss10/Foap/Visitnorway.com

On peut aussi marcher sous certaines cascades, notamment celle de Steinsdalsfossen...

Steinsdalsfossen, Hardanger .
Photo: Bjørn Andresen / Statens Vegvesen Architect: Jarmund / Vigsnæs AS
Steinsdalsfossen, Hardanger .
Photo: Bjørn Andresen / Statens Vegvesen Architect: Jarmund / Vigsnæs AS

... ou par-dessus, comme ici, dans le parc national Rago, dans le Salten, en Norvège du Nord.

Rago National Park in Salten .
Photo: Ronny Frimann / Visit Norway
Rago National Park in Salten .
Photo: Ronny Frimann / Visit Norway

Il existe même des moyens de traverser encore plus grisants : se laisser glisser le long d'une tyrolienne, par exemple !

Ziplining over waterfall in Geiranger .
Photo: Marius Beck Dahle. Copyright: Explore Geiranger AS
Ziplining over waterfall in Geiranger .
Photo: Marius Beck Dahle. Copyright: Explore Geiranger AS

Et si vous n’avez pas peur de vous mouiller : SAUTEZ !

Le canyoning est une excellente manière d’explorer les cascades plus modestes.

Mais toujours avec un guide !

Canyoning in Trysil .
Photo: Andreas Fausko / Destinasjon Trysil
Canyoning in Trysil .
Photo: Photo: Andreas Fausko / Destinasjon Trysil

Il n’est pas toujours nécessaire d’aller très loin de la ville pour voir de l’eau cascader.

À Bærums Verk près d’Oslo, il y a même de l’art en prime !

Waterfall at Bærums Verk .
Photo: Akershus Reiselivsråd
Waterfall at Bærums Verk .
Photo: Akershus Reiselivsråd

Il arrive que l'on veuille un peu d’intimité.

Ce genre de cascades ne manque pas.

A waterfall shower in Innerdalen, Møre og Romsdal .
Photo: Thomas Rasmus Skaug / Visitnorway.com
A waterfall shower in Innerdalen, Møre og Romsdal .
Photo: Thomas Rasmus Skaug / Visitnorway.com

En hiver, certaines cascades gelées se transforment en gigantesques murs, idéaux pour l’escalade sur glace. Celle-ci est réservée aux grimpeurs expérimentés, accompagnés d'un guide.

Mais si vous voulez un avant-goût de ce sport, vous pouvez réserver une séance à l’espace de ski couvert SNØ, à Oslo.

Ice climbing at SNØ north of Oslo .
Photo: SNØ
Ice climbing at SNØ north of Oslo .
Photo: SNØ

Cascades de Norvège

Certaines cascades décrivent un saut vertigineux, du haut d'une paroi montagneuse jusqu’au fjord en contrebas, tandis que d’autres ponctuent le cours des rivières. Toutes sont indissociables du paysage norvégien.

Les plus hautes cascades norvégiennes atteignent jusqu’à 800 mètres de haut. Selon la World Waterfall Database, base de données recensant toutes les cascades du monde, c’est celle de Vinnufallet (aussi appelée Vinnufossen ou Vinnu) qui l’emporte sur le plan de la hauteur totale. Elle se trouve dans la vallée de Sunndalen, dans le Nord-Ouest, une région regorgeant de belles cascades, notamment celles d’Åmotan et de Mardalsfossen.

Parmi les sites les plus célèbres, citons Vøringsfossen dans la vallée de Måbødalen et les Sept Sœurs (De syv søstre) dans le Geiranger – la chute d’eau évoquant les chevelures de sept femmes. La puissante cascade de Kjosfossen est l’un des temps forts sur le trajet de la ligne de Flåm. En été, pendant la saison touristique, des comédiennes se griment en Huldra, une créature mythologique, et dansent et chantent devant la cascade.

En Norvège, les cascades ne sont pas uniquement un sujet photographique. De nombreuses cascades sont utilisées pour produire de l’énergie et alimenter une grande partie des industries locales et des foyers en énergie verte.

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