Ovstefossen (Øvstefossen or Øvstebrufossen) is a powerful cascade of melting glacier waters on the Hjelledøla near the Gamle Strynefjellsvegen in Stryn, Norway.
Krunefossen is a 220-480m waterfall growing with the melting Krunebreen Glacier, which is by Kjenndalsbreen Glacier at the head of Kjenndalen by Loen, Norway.
Ramnefjellsfossen is one of the tallest waterfalls in Norway said to be 500-800m, but it had a tragic history due to rockfalls-induced tsunamis in Lovatnet.
Hoysteinfossen (Høysteinfossen; “HUHY-styen-foss-un”; meaning High Stone Falls) and the Bodalen Waterfalls (Bødalen) were my waterfalling excuses to talk about a little detour that Julie and I took…
Volefossen is a prominent 355m waterfall at the head of Oldedalen, which is a valley featuring numerous other glacier-fed waterfalls in Vestland County, Norway.
Kleivafossen is a 37m waterfall dropping vigorously from the meltwaters of the famous Briksdal Glacier, which is rapidly disappearing due to Global Warming.