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It's a magic place, raw and beautiful

You have to see it but look out, there is a mistake on the map. Waterfalls are on the opposite side... read more

Reviewed 3 November 2016
mkrb89
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Szczecin, Poland
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19th of March; The snow is melting away in the mountains making the waterfall look really good...

Personally I preffer the view from Lydingen. Cross the bridge where you see a sign... read more

Reviewed 19 March 2016
Jan H
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Grimstad
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2 Nov 2016
“It's a magic place, raw and beautiful”
19 Mar 2016
“19th of March; The snow is melting away in the mountains making the waterfall look really good...”
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Reviewed 3 November 2016 via mobile

You have to see it but look out, there is a mistake on the map. Waterfalls are on the opposite side of a road. Just fallow the water when You get to the town

Thank mkrb89
Reviewed 19 March 2016

Personally I preffer the view from Lydingen. Cross the bridge where you see a sign "Lydingen/Egenes", turn right and drive carefully, as this road is running through peoples gardens...

Thank Jan H
Reviewed 3 October 2015

worth persevering though. Look out for a tiny wooden sign at the turn off from the main road, then folllow the road that you think is going to end up in someone's garden. You can stop where the buildings end then walk across the field,...More

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Reviewed 23 June 2015

It was a little difficult to find, but well worth the visit.It is located about seven kms north of the town of Kvinesdal and I used google maps to direct me to the location. There is a small dirt road that takes you directly to...More

Thank IndyKelly
Reviewed 6 February 2015

The waterfall Rafossen in Kvinesdal is really a hidden gem. Visit during spring or days following heavy rain. Allow about an hour just looking at it, thats what I use to do. Maybe bring some coffee as well. This is the definite barrier for the...More

Thank Jan H
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