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Langfoss waterfall 2012
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Mit einer Gesamtfallhöhe von 612 m ist der Langfoss der fünfthöchste Wasserfall in Norwegen. Er liegt an der Europastraße E134 in der Gemeinde Etne in Sunnhordland. Der Wasserfall stürzt über mehrere Fallstufen in den Åkrafjorden. Ein nah gelegener Parkplatz bietet Möglichkeit zur Rast. Dort beginnt auch der Pfad zum Gipfel Varahaugen. Eine Tour in steilem und unwegsamen Gelände, aber eine besondere Tour für alle mit guter Kondition. Der Anstieg zum Gipfel dauert ca. 1,5 Stunden.

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Hochgeladen: 25/09/2012
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Tags: norwegian; norway; norge; norwegen; hordaland; etne; fjord; waterfall
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