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Stalheim- and Sivlefossen Waterfall

Stalheim- and Sivlefossen Waterfall Photo: ALR
Stalheim- and Sivlefossen Waterfall Photo: ALR

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Stalheim- and Sivlefossen (Waterfalls) are located at Stalheim. You an best see the waterfalls driving the Stalheimkleivi road and from the E16.
Driving direction Bergen you find Sivlefossen on your right hand side 240 m hight and a free fall of 165 m. Going up - on the left hand side you will see Stalheimsfossen with a free fall of 126 m.
A light short walk to Stalheimsfossen.

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Stalheim- and Sivlefossen Waterfall - Photo: ALR

Stalheim- and Sivlefossen Waterfall

Stalheim- and Sivlefossen (Waterfalls) are located at Stalheim. You an best see the waterfalls driving the Stalheimkleivi road and from the E16....

Stalheim- and Sivlefossen Waterfall

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