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Langfoss waterfall 2012
Norway

With a total drop of 612 meters, the Langfoss is the fifth highest waterfall in Norway. It is located on the European road E134 in the community Etne Sunnhordland. The waterfall falls over several stages in the Åkrafjorden. At the parking lot begins the path to the summit Varahaugen. A tour in steep and rugged terrain, but a special tour for all with good condition. The climb to the summit takes 1.5 hours.

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