Exploring the base of a free fall waterfall

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Exploring the base of a free fall waterfall

Exploring the base of a free fall waterfall - Me and my mate Øystein have planned this trip for such a long time, and late May we finally got a window where we could make it work. We jumped in our car, crossed a pond and drove towards Rogalands pride: A beautiful 92 meters high free-falling waterfall: Månafossen. After a impulsive idea, we decided to explore the base of the waterfall before heading up to the usual vantage point. This is episode five of my Norwegian waterfalls series: Running Waters. See my channel for the other episodes.

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