Sweden's highest waterfall measures just 93m with a drop of 70m. Nestled in the Fulufjället National Park, founded in 2002, you can visit it surrounded by wild Swedish nature. In summer, a hiking trail leads from the Visitor Center, in winter you can follow it with snowshoes. In winter, the waterfall freezes completely and transforms into a huge turquoise-blue icefall - a spectacular sight!
Between the 1st of December and the 31st of March ice climbing is also possible at the frozen waterfall. You can pitch your tent in the parking lot.
December 4, 2017
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