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Låtefoss Waterfall Photo: Johan Berge
Låtefoss Waterfall Photo: Johan Berge

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Famous twin-waterfall close to route 13. Låtefoss is the king among our waterfalls and an internationally famous attraction.

At the southern end of the waterfall, you might follow the path leading to where the hotel was previously lying. Today you only observe the ruins of the hotel estate.

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Låtefoss Waterfall - Photo: Johan Berge

Låtefoss Waterfall

Famous twin-waterfall close to route 13. Låtefoss is the king among our waterfalls and an internationally famous attraction. At the southern end of...

Låtefoss Waterfall

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