Måbødalen is a narrow valley in the municipality of Eidfjord, in Hordaland, Norway. The valley begins at Upper Eidfjord and ends in Sysendalen, the western Hardangervidda. The valley contains one of the most notable waterfalls in the country, Vøringfossen, reachable via Highway 7. Consisting of three tunnels and three bridges, it is characterized by Hairpin turns. It is widely used by pedestrians and cyclists. The road through Måbødalen is regarded as a good example of road engineering from the early of the 1900s. The road was built during the period of 1900-16. The first road connection between Eastern and Western Norway over Hardangervidda was completed in 1928. The Måbødalen bus accident occurred in 1988. The Fossli Hotel, which is situated on top of Måbødalen, owns a Zimmermann piano where Edvard Grieg composed Norwegian Folk Songs, Opus 66 (1896).
- Visit Norway. "Vøringsfossen Waterfall". Visit Norway.com. Retrieved 4 August 2012.