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Prepare to be blown away by this drone video of what s generally believed to be Europe's highest waterfall, compliments of Tsmedegard. Vettisfossen is located in the mountains of western Norway, in Sogn og Fjordane County. It's a single-drop, plunge-type waterfall, with a top-to-bottom height of 275 meters (just over 900 ft.). On that basis, it's the tallest waterfall on the European continent. Vettisfossen can be reached by a few km/mi. hike through the Utladalen Valley from the town of Øvre Årdal.
Description: It is located in the Jotunheimen mountain range inside the Utladalen Landscape Protection Area in the municipality of Årdal. The waterfall has a single drop of 275 meters (902 ft).Wher The hike to the waterfall goes through Utladalen valley. Where you have a narrow river called Utla in the bottom, and steep mountains who raises from 50 meters to 2450 meters, on both sides. The hike takes 1 hour to the bottom , and 2 hours to the top of the waterfall. And on the hike to Vettisfossen you can enjoy 3 others spectacular waterfalls.