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While visiting Stavanger, Norway, my wife and I took a guided coach tour on May 16, 2018 of the area that included a stop at the Gloppedalsura Rock Fall. We walked among boulders that some were the size of a house. The rock fall is...More
Independant of which direction you approach this gigantic over-sized scree the scenary is breathtaking, dramatic, grey and daunting. Rocks larger than houses fell from the high mountains surrounding this narrow valley forming this natural wonder - the largest scree in Northern Europe!
A narrow road...More
I learned a lot about Norway from this out-of-the way Memorial. Our guided tour informed us of the WW2 battle that took place there, along with the big rock formations created many thousands of years ago.
The views are breathless and the whole countryside is...More
The drive through this area is amazing. I found myself cruising along through with not another car to be seen. On the northern side I stopped on the side of the road (in August) and found the bushy area to be covered with blue berries!
This is just lots of rocks, some as big as houses, and they came down from two montain sides and ended up covering a lake outlet. There is a plate telling the story about soldiers living down in the rocks during 2. world war.
Amazing sudden change in landscape as you drive along the road, as though you landed on the moon. Few scenic spots to stop for great photographic opportunities. Definitely worth a stop if you are nearby.