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“Impressive falls, nice walk 90 mins from Arendal”
8 Dec 2017
“Remarkable giants kettle in Flatdal”
The Rjukanfossen, or the Rjukan Falls (the name means The Smoking Falls). Not to be confused with Telemark's Rjukanfoss which has been diverted into pipes - this giant from Tovdal remains unspoiled. The waterfall has a free fall of 45 metres, and is...more
It was a generally easy 1 to 1 &1/2hrs walk from the car park. It's worth going down to the lookout to the left as you first get to see the waterfall..... this gives you a good view up the valley to the falls. There...More
Jettegryten in Flatdal is a giant's kettle, also known as a giant's cauldron or pothole, which is a cavity or hole which appears to have been drilled in the surrounding rocks by eddying currents of water bearing stones, gravel, and other detritus.
The interiors of...More
I walk down the trail with my child and it is a pleasant walk not too challenging for kids. However on the Gaustattoppen website it says that the waterfall is less impressive than in the past..ok fine but I went there end of June (snow...More
Not far from where we stayed, this was a peaceful beautiful walk, however probably not advisable to do in winter, we were a bit foollish and very exhausted, didn't even make it to the top (we think). Would love to come back when the weather...More