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Ørredalsfossen Photo: Arild Berge
Ørredalsfossen Photo: Arild Berge

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3 km from the centre of Øystese, direction Fitjadalen. Parking available, well-maintained path down to viewing point.

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Ørredalsfossen - Photo: Arild Berge

Ørredalsfossen

3 km from the centre of Øystese, direction Fitjadalen. Parking available, well-maintained path down to viewing point....

Ørredalsfossen

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