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Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall

Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall Photo: Elisabeth Auestad Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall Photo: CH.visitnorway.com Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall Photo: Elisabeth Auestad Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall Photo: Elisabeth Auestad Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall Photo: CH.visitnorway.com Read more: Steinsdalsfossen
Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall Photo: Elisabeth Auestad
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Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall Photo: Elisabeth Auestad
Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall Photo: Elisabeth Auestad
Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall Photo: CH.visitnorway.com
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One of the most popular waterfalls in Norway. The Steinsdalsfossen has a fall of 50 m and is special because you can walk safe and dry behind it. The fall occured in 1699 when the river changed course. There is a footpath from the car park up to and under the waterfall.

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Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall - Photo: Elisabeth Auestad

Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall

One of the most popular waterfalls in Norway. The Steinsdalsfossen has a fall of 50 m and is special because you can walk safe and dry behind it. The...

Steinsdalsfossen Waterfall

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