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this is a must to visit, I was here when the water level was low due to the draught. It was still very powerful and gorgeous. Grounds are excellently maintained and it's an easy walk. Some parts are wheelchair accessible. Buy great "fika"at the cabin...More
Amazing amount of water going down this waterfall. Great boardwalk all the way up with a cafe at the the top for a light lunch or snack. Plenty of rocks to sit on and contemplate the water. Big for picnics and BBQs for the locals,...More
It´s amazing to see the power of nature when you stand next to the running water. You can get really close to it! Take good shoes and something to eat, so you can spent many hours making you own dinner, visiting museums and just waching...More
Great open-air area at Storforsen with barbecue facilities.
Storforsen, a waterfall a part of the Piteälven, is Europe's largest uninhabited stretch, 40 km west of Älvsbyn. The fall distance is 5 km and the fall height is 82 m. The last two kilometers fall the...More
While on vacation in Sweden we stopped to see the one of the biggest rapids in Europe. Just amazing how much water is flowing over the waterfall. Beautiful walk in the snow along the boardwalk from the parking lot. Bet it would be just as...More
Being the biggest rapids in the Nordic countries, Storforsen doesn't disappoint us.
We set out from Treehotel, Harads. As we'd got a THREE and a COMVIQ data SIM so without giving much thought to it, we used Google maps app for navigation. It took us...More
My son lives in Sweden with his partner and son and they asked us to go here with them and wow wow wow 😍 Definitely worth a visit and take a picnic or even some sausages to cook on the open fires you make up...More
This was a do not miss if you are within the general vicinity. We drove from Pitea and it was worth the car ride. Pack some Korv to grill, and other necessities for a picnic. They have grills scattered along the river, some with tables,...More