The Seven Sisters, Geiranger

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Rising high above the coastline, The 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. To plan Geiranger vacation without wasting time, ask Inspirock to design an itinerary.
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  • Very scenic and peaceful what more can you say! Surrounded by lush valleys and mountains with waterfalls. This is a must see if your in the location. 
    Very scenic and peaceful what more can you say! Surrounded by lush valleys and mountains with waterfalls. This is a must see if your in the location.  more »
  • One of the most iconic Norwegian waterfalls. Best seen from a fjord cruise. Most water in may-june. You can also see if from the hike to Skageflå 
    One of the most iconic Norwegian waterfalls. Best seen from a fjord cruise. Most water in may-june. You can also see if from the hike to Skageflå  more »
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  • 📍Seven Sister’s Waterfall 📸@NateZeth - powerful feeling of experience this waterfall from the fjords of Geiranger. Amazing how tall the waterfall is and drops straight into the fjords. There’s a lot of other attractions nearby as well.
  • The waterfalls were not flowing in October when I visited. It is probably a springtime waterfall.

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