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Setki tysięcy litrów wody spływającej kaskadami w dół klifu — to widok budzący nietypowe uczucia, fascynację i pokorę dla natury. W Norwegii znajdziesz niektóre z najwyższych wodospadów na świecie.
A man looking at Rjukandefossen waterfall in Hemsedal
Rjukandefossen waterfall in Hemsedal.
Photo: Hemsedal.com / Nils-Erik Bjørholt

Według Światowej bazy danych dotyczących wodospadów 10 spośród 30 najwyższych na świecie wodospadów znajduje się w Norwegii. Wiele z nich łączy góry i fiordy, podczas gdy inne stanowią integralną część rzek i ukazują różnorodność norweskich krajobrazów.

Kilka tych najpiękniejszych można znaleźć w południowo-zachodnich częściach kraju, a najlepsze miesiące na ich odkrycie to maj i czerwiec, kiedy w górach topnieje lód i śnieg, dodając objętości rzekom.

Sięgający 275 metrów Vettisfossen jest najwyższym swobodnie spadającym wodospadem w kraju. Czytelnicy norweskiego magazynu „Dagbladet” w 2014 roku ogłosili go najpiękniejszym wodospadem w Norwegii.

Innym niezapomnianym widokiem jest Langfoss, spływający z 600 metrów w dół gór do fiordu Åkrafjord. Najwyższe wodospady w kraju sięgają 800 metrów.

Pozostałe atrakcje obejmują wodospad Vøringsfossen, najpopularniejszą atrakcję Norwegii w roku 2006 oraz górę „Siedem Sióstr” — nazwaną tak ze względu na kształt przypominający włosy siedmiu kobiet — pośrodku fiordu Geirangerfjord. Majestatyczny wodospad Kjosfossen to jeden z wielu wyróżnionych punktów na trasie kolejowej Flåm, gdzie podczas sezonu letniego aktorki przebrane za mitologiczne Huldry tańczą i śpiewają wokół wodospadu.

Dla Norwegów wodospady to coś więcej niż tylko możliwość zrobienia ładnego zdjęcia. Większość wodospadów w kraju jest używana — czasami kontrowersyjnie — jako źródło energii, zasilając dużą część lokalnego przemysłu.

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Feigumfossen Waterfall
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