Norway's Møre og Romsdal County Waterfalls
The More og Romsdal Waterfalls page (or more accurately spelled Møre og Romsdal with Norwegian letters) is where we share our personal experiences with the waterfalls in Møre og Romsdal County. As you can see from the waterfall map above, we have encountered numerous waterfalls with a lot of information to help with your trip planning should you wish to plan out a trip to this northern part of Fjord Norway.
The waterfalls in this county tend to leap over some of the tallest cliffs in the world, and as a result, depending on your definition of a waterfall, some of these More og Romsdal County Waterfalls show up on the World’s Tallest Waterfalls lists floating about in the literature.
More og Romsdal County also harbors the world famous Geirangerfjord, which makes some of the waterfalls in the UNESCO World Heritage area household names (e.g. the Seven Sisters Waterfalls comes to mind). It also harbors the steep-walled Romsdal Valley (Romsdalen), which I thought was very much like a Norwegian counterpart to the incomparable Yosemite Valley.
In any case, have a look at this page and check out the waterfalls found here (as well as the write-ups which should help you with the logistics of your trip should you want to include this county)…
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