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Steinsdalsfossen / Ovsthusfossen

Steinsdalsfossen / Ovsthusfossen a waterfall that includes one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the world, including natural scenery. The waterfall is located 2 kilometers west of Norheimsund, Hardanger in western Norway.

Steinsdalsfossen / Ovsthusfossen is one of the most visited places in Norway. At around this waterfall, there is a road that was behind it, where visitors can walk to the water thundering dryshod. Steinsdalsfossen is about 50 meters high and was greatest when the snow melts in May and June.

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The Geiranger fjord

The Geiranger fjord is a fjord in the Sunnmøre region of Møre og Romsdal county in Norway. It is in the municipality of Stranda. It is a 15-kilometre (9.3 mi) long branch of the Storfjord (Great Fjord).

The fjord is one of Norway's most visited tourist sites and has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, jointly with Nærøyfjord, since 2005, although this status is now threatened by the disputed plans to build power lines across the fjord. A car ferry, which doubles as a sightseeing trip, is operated by Fjord1 Nordvestlandske. It runs lengthwise along the fjord between the small towns of Geiranger and Hellesylt. The fjord is also host to several impressive waterfalls.

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Ramnefjellsfossen is one of the waterfalls are not officially listed as the third highest waterfall in the world in several publications. On the other hand, the World Waterfall Database, which includes all the little waterfall and seasonal, as the eleventh highest list.

The falls are fed by glaciers Ramnefjellbreen, an arm of a large glacier Jostedalsbreen. After the fall, the water flowing into the lake Lovatnet. Waterfalls are easily reached by boat, sea plane, or road, and campground is located within hiking distance from the base of the waterfall. Decrease in total 818 meters (2684 feet) of water three freefall jumps. Because of the small stream of water is one of the major waterfalls in Norway some of which have not been scheduled for the use of hydroelectricity.

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Mongefossen is a waterfall that is not officially listed as the fourth highest waterfall in the world. The waterfall is located in Rauma municipality in Møre og Romsdal area, Norway, near the motorway E136 and Rauma River. There is some debate about the altitude, but generally listed in the 773 meters (2536 feet). Unfortunately, as with many of the highest waterfalls in Norway, has been targeted for hydropower, which produces greatly reduced flow of water during the summer tourist season. Mongefossen also holds the distinction as the highest waterfall in the world that can be seen from the railway station. In this case, they are on the Rauma Railway famous, on the north side of the tracks between the villages of Flatmark and Marstein.

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Stone Giant is sandwiched between two High Cliff

Kjerag or Kiragg is a Norwegian mountain, located in Lysefjorden, Rogaland.Titik highest is 1110 m (3642 ft) above sea level, Kjerag is a popular hiking destination.
Kjeragbolten a boulder the size of 177 cubic feet (5m3) is sandwiched between two walls of stone cliffs. Besides, quite a lot Jumper Base from around the world who go there to jump from high cliffs.
Its very popular climbing route to the route is difficult, a lot of steep surfaces.
The easiest ascent starts from the visitor center Oygardsstolen, by walking 2.5 to 3 hours each way.
Kjerag BASE jumping has become popular. In the period between 1994 and 2008, about 29,000 jumps!, and during this period there were nine fatal accidents that occur.

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