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Most recent blog posts (reverse chronological order):

Tannforsen

Tannforsen (Tännforsen) is a 38m tall 60m wide waterfall on the Åreälven between two lakes (Tännsjön and Våmviken), which we experienced near Åre, Sweden.

Handolsforsen

Handolsforsen (Handölsforsen) is a 125m cascading waterfall running 1km on the Handölan, which has been impacted by hydroelectric developments near Åre, Sweden.

Ristafallet

Ristafallet is a 14m tall 50m wide on the Indals River near Åre, Sweden. I think it might have greater width because there’s a second harder-to-see segment.

Linafallet

Linafallet (or Linfallet) is a 5m waterfall in the Berg Municipality south of Östersund, Sweden, which I had mistaken for a larger one near the Finland border.

Fettjeafallet

Fettjeafallet (Fettjeåfallet) is a 70m two-tiered waterfall on the Fettjeån reached by a 4km return hike (with rough spots) near Klövsjö in Jämtland, Sweden.

Hallingsafallet

Hallingsafallet (Hällingsåfallet) is a 43m waterfall on Lilla Hällingsån at a canyon’s start that we visited on an 800m walk near Strömsund, Jämtland, Sweden.

Revelforsen

Revelforsen is a 12m waterfall on the Tverråga with a conspicuous flume running over it, which I easily noticed while driving in Mo i Rana, Nordland, Norway.

Kobbelvfossen (Baggfossen)

Kobbelvfossen (Baggfossen) is a roadside waterfall by the Kobbelv Vertshus cafe and guesthouse along the scenic E6 near Engan, Nordland County, Norway.

Kystriksveien Waterfalls

The Kystriksveien Waterfalls were kind of my waterfalling excuse to talk about the beautiful coastal drive along the county road Fv17, which is also known as the Kystriksveien. It’s hard to convey…

Loktajohka Waterfall

Loktajohka Waterfall (Låktatjåkka Vattenfall) is a gushing mountain cascade on the Låktatjåkka Stream seen while driving the plateau of Kiruna Lapland, Sweden.

Silverfallet

Silverfallet (or ‘Silver Falls’) is a 30m waterfall on the Rakkasjokk feeding the lake in Torneträsk where across the lake is Lapporten near Björkliden, Sweden.

Skogvann Waterfall

Skogvann Waterfall is an unnamed waterfall by Skogvatnet that I happened to notice while driving the E10 between Narvik, Norway, and Björkliden, Sweden.

Skarvbergvika Waterfall and the Waterfalls on the way to Nordkapp

Skarbergvika Falls and the waterfalls on the way to Nordkapp page is where I’m dedicated such falls that I noticed on the long drive between Alta and Nordkapp.

Navitfossen and Roykfossen

Navitfossen (Navit Falls) & Røykfossen (Smoke Falls) are waterfalls on the Navitelva River dropping 15m and 30m, respectively. I hiked 2.3km total to see them.

Pikefossen

Pikefossen (Nieidagorzi in Sami) is an 8m tall 75-100m wide waterfall on Kautokeino-Alta River north of Kautokeino on the Finnmark Plateau in Northern Norway.

Alta Waterfall

The Alta Waterfall is a seemingly nameless waterfall that we kept noticing while driving between our lodge and Alta, which is the center of Finnmark, Norway.

Henrikafossen

Henrikafossen is a 200m waterfall on the Sarajohka in Spansdalen near Tennevoll, which we used as an excuse to break up our long drive to Tromsø, Norway.

Sorvagen Waterfall

Sorvagen Waterfall (Sørvågen Waterfall) is a cascade along the Munkebu Trail featuring views over the fishing village of Sørvågen in Moskenes, Lofoten, Norway.

Starefossen

Starefossen is a waterfall about 40m on a thin brook in the residential hills above Bergen maybe a 5km walk or so from the funicular at Mt Fløyen, Norway.

Ringedalsfossen, Tyssestrengene, and the Trolltunga Waterfalls

Ringedalsfossen (420m) & Tyssestrengene (646m) are two named but regulated waterfalls that can be seen on the popular 20km Trolltunga hike near Odda, Norway.