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Trollstigen and Stigfossen Waterfall, Romsdal, Norway
Norway

Trollstingen (The Troll Ladder) is a mountain road in Rauma, Norway. It is a famous tourist attraction because of its steep incline of 9 % and 11 hairpin bendsup a steep mountain side. Trollstigen is closed during the fall and winter months. Stigfossen is a beautiful waterfall which falls 320 meters down the mountain side towards the Isterdalen valley. In the middle of all this, Trollstigen road winds it's way up the mountainside.

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Chargée: 06/09/2009
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