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Seven Sisters, Geiranger

Categories: Waterfalls, Nature & Parks
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4.6/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web
Rising high above the coastline, Seven Sisters showcases seven separate streams of water, all of which descend into a fjord. Legend says that the unmarried sisters turned into stone while pursuing a fiery horseman they fell in love with. A single waterfall called "the suitor" sits directly across from the fjord, as if courting the sisters. You can appreciate the beauty of this landscape from the deck of a cruise ship or from the seat of a bike, but many visitors choose to feel the might of the waterfalls by hiking along well-marked trails. The view from the highest fall, measuring 250 m (820 ft), provides the widest panoramic view of numerous islands, islets, and rocky reefs, as well as of the north hills and mountain peaks. Arrange to visit Seven Sisters and other attractions in Geiranger using our Geiranger itinerary maker.
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  • Even though there was good flow of water, the stream was very thin in December, and we had problem counting them. May be better at other times 
  • The note was refusal of the trip, bad information on the Monarch boat on arrival time, catch us having breakfast and we saw them through the window. A great show. A total disorganization, a penalty.
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  • I think that that day had been anymore sisters because I only saw five, or their boyfriends abducted them are. Anyway the height and the view is stunning. the boat leaves you opposite and hence scales (for a change) to a location where there was a Norwegian farm and stayed as the type Museum where you can make your day. and you have wonderful views by the height.
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  • BEAUTIFUL!!! Rent a kayak and kayak up to them! Highly recommended to have lunch or a snack in front of them on the rocks!
  • I was there in 1978 US NAVY PORT CALL
  • Impressive part of Geiranger.
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  • There's a not-too-difficult hiking trails, which can be reached from the front and from there to check out all the high waterfalls.
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  • Spectacular. Go fishing
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