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Kårdalsfossen in Flåmsdalen (1/60 sec)
Norway

The Kårdalsfossen (Kårdal's waterfall) is a small waterfall along a trail in Flåmsdalen through witch the famous Flåm Line (Norwegian: Flåmsbana) runs. The trail runs from Myrdal all the way to Flåm.

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Subida: 20/11/2013
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Tags: nature; outdoor; hikes; trail; waterfall; stream; summer; flåm; myrdal; flåmsbana
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