Ravens Gorge viewpoint 2
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Ravens Gorge viewpoint 2

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If you dare to approach the outer edge of the Ravens gorge you can look straight down 370 meters to the river Tokkeåi flowing between Åmot and Dalen. If you throw a banknote or a handkerchief over the edge, it will soon come back again, blown by the rising air stream from below.

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