The Møllerstufossen rock carvings are located in Nord-Sinni, between Dokka in Nordre Land and Aurdal in Nord-Aurdal in the Fylke Innlandet in Norway. They consist of several rock carvings (Norwegian helleristninger) of moose and another animals. The property has an area of around 20 m².
The largest figure measures about 90 cm. The figures are cut deep and wide and can be easily recognized through the painting. The Etna River runs about 10 meters away and in spring the area is often flooded. There are small wooden walkways in the area to facilitate access to the scratches and to limit their wear and tear.