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You will find Adamsfossen falls at the end of Adamsfjord on the innermost part of Laksefjord, approx. 10 km east and north of Kunes. This legendary waterfall, where the water shoots out from approx. 38 metres practically straight down into the sea, is an attraction in itself. The only thing separating the waterfall from the sea is a small pool just above the high-water mark. Picnic area for visitors.

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Adamsfossen falls

You will find Adamsfossen falls at the end of Adamsfjord on the innermost part of Laksefjord, approx. 10 km east and north of Kunes. This legendary...

Adamsfossen falls

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