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River Digelva

River Digelva Photo: Birkenes kommune
River Digelva Photo: Birkenes kommune
The path starts at Flakke loner, a series of small lakes at the top of Flakkefossen waterfall.

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The path starts at Flakke loner, a series of small lakes at the top of Flakkefossen waterfall. It follows the picturesque Digeelva river, often called the ”Valley of waterfalls”. - At Vrangefoss, cross the suspension bridge and continue north.

Starting point - about 2 km. to walk from Birkeland centre to starting point. By car: Pass northwards through Birkeland centre, turn left to Mosfjell, cross bridge and turn left, follow road up past waterfall, continue past rifle range to roads end.

Caution! The path is steep in sections and can be slippery.

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River Digelva - Photo: Birkenes kommune

River Digelva

The path starts at Flakke loner, a series of small lakes at the top of Flakkefossen waterfall. It follows the picturesque Digeelva river, often called...

River Digelva

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