Terland Klopp is located in Gyadalen valley along road 42, appr. 15 km from Egersund, 3 km from Helleland. It is a 60m long stone slab bridge from the early 19th century with 21 water runs. It is said that Terland Klopp is the longest and best preserved bridge of it’s kind in Norway.
Terland Klopp got it’s present look in 1867, but was raised in 1902-03 and was used until 1977. After that it was restored and became protected by the Directorate of Cultural Heritage in 2008.