The Skjervsfossen waterfall lies along the road from Bergen to Oslo, between Granvin and Voss.
There is a small parking with toilets, from which a trail leads to the top of the waterfall and further on to the bottom of the waterfall.
The Hardanger Bridge (Hardangerbrua in Norwegian) is a 1380m long suspension bridge across the Eidfjorden fjord. Opened in 2013 it is the longest suspension bridge in Norway. The Eidfjord is a side arm of the main Hardangerfjord.
Hardangervidda is a mountain plateau with an average elevation of 1100m. It's a barren, treeless moorland landscape with many lakes and one of Norway's largest glaciers, Hardangerjøkulen. With an area of 3422 km² the Hardangervidda national park covers a large section of the Hardanger plateau. Created in 1981, it serves as a popular tourist destination for activities such as hiking, climbing, fishing, and cross-country skiing.
Geilo is a ski resort town, located in the Hallingdal valley at an altitude of 800m. The Hol church is a red wooden church in Hagafoss completed in 1924.
In Gol in Viken county there is a black stave church. This is a wooden church originally built at the end of the 12th century. It was moved and restored in 1884-85 and is nowadays a museum.