Anyways, this waterfall tumbles an estimated 150m right in front of a charming camping and cafe place called Vassbakken ("the watery hill"). While I didn't find its flow overwhelming and I reckon it probably doesn't last through the Summer, I did find it notable especially since I was able to see it together with a thinner waterfall as a scenic backdrop to the headwaters of the Luster Fjord (Lustrafjorden) near Skjolden.
Directions: From Skjolden (pronounced "SHOLD-en"), head east on Rv55 for a few minutes to a turnoff on the left next to Eid Lake where there’s also camping. From here, you can get a view across the lake towards the Åselvi Falls. However, you get a more direct view further east on Rv55 directly in front of the camping and cafe area known as Vassbakken some 3km from Skjolden.
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