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Manafossen waterfall, Gjesdal, Stavanger area, Rogaland, West Norway
Manafossen waterfall, at the bottom of Frafjord in Gjesdal, Rogaland county, is fed by Man river and with a vertical drop is 92 meters it is the highest and most spectacular waterfall in Rogaland.
The waterfall is reached by a steep, 20 minute hike from the car park, on a path that goes over rocks and boulders, with several places with staircases and chains to hold on to.
For those who are unable to do the climb, there are picnic tables to sit beside the river.
PHOTO SOURCE: Johan Wildhagen, Innovation Norway, courtesy of the Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry.
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