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The Flesåna waterfall in Brattlandsdalen

The Flesåna waterfall in Brattlandsdalen Photo: Hanne Sunbø The Flesåna waterfall in Brattlandsdalen Photo: Hanne Sundbø
The Flesåna waterfall in Brattlandsdalen Photo: Hanne Sunbø
The Flesåna waterfall in Brattlandsdalen Photo: Hanne Sundbø

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On its way through the valley of Brattlandsdalen, the Ryfylke Road, Rv 13, passes the scenic area known as Flesåna.
The waterfall here is particularly striking. It is best viewed from the rest area in the valley.
The volume of the waterfall varies with the rainfall.

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    • lookout point
    • resting place
  • Camping and cottage

    • flush toilets

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The Flesåna waterfall in Brattlandsdalen - Photo: Hanne Sunbø

The Flesåna waterfall in Brattlandsdalen

On its way through the valley of Brattlandsdalen, the Ryfylke Road, Rv 13, passes the scenic area known as Flesåna. The waterfall here is...

The Flesåna waterfall in Brattlandsdalen

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