To get to Kjosfossen Falls, you can take the Flåm Railway, which is one of the steepest railway lines in the world and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding fjords, mountains, and waterfalls. The railway operates from May to September and connects the towns of Flåm and Myrdal.
You can reach Flåm by taking a train from Bergen or Oslo, which are major cities in Norway. From Flåm, you can board the Flåm Railway to reach Kjosfossen Falls. The journey takes about 20-25 minutes and you will pass through several tunnels and over bridges before arriving at the waterfall.
Alternatively, you can also drive to the waterfall. Kjosfossen Falls is located about 6 kilometers from the center of Flåm and is well-signposted. There is a small car park near the waterfall where you can park your car and take a short walk to the viewpoint. However, keep in mind that parking may be limited during peak tourist season.