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The Seven Sisters is the 39th tallest waterfall in Norway. The waterfall consists of seven separate streams, and the tallest of the seven has a free fall that measures 250 metres are definitely the most famous waterfalls the along the Geirangerfjorden in Stranda Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. This is a serene waterfall seen in three distinct tiers. A small footbridge crosses over the stream to give the clients a better view and photographic break. In fact, the water levels determine how clearly you can see all seven waterfalls from a distance.  It is part of the Geiranger World Heritage Site. As for the Seven Sisters, it consisted of a series of several columns of water with the tallest drop said to be 220m. It is the largest waterfall in Geirangerfjord. On the opposite side of the fjord there is another waterfall called the Suitor (also known as Friaren), and not far from it –Bridal Veil. 

Scandinavia-2010 The legend of the seven sisters is that they dance playfully down the mountain. Meanwhile, across the fjord, the suitor (or courter) flirts playfully with them from afar. The spectacular waterfall facilitates the tourist to savor the perfect beauty. The waterfall is named so because it is said that water in the waterfall falls in seven stages, which got its name because it is said to fall in seven stages. During good season one can seven different falls side-by-side cascading the cliff, which gives the waterfall its name. It is a seven segmented waterfall that overlooks Bangladesh. The best way to see “The Seven Sisters” is by boat. Geiranger Fjordservice offers a 1.5 hour round trip with sightseeing from the months of May until September. Seven Sister Waterfall flows only during monsoon season, so the best time to come to this place is from May to September. In May-June, the waterfalls are especially beautiful – the snow begins to melt on the rocks and streams become full-flowing. In winter, the waterfalls attract climbers, fans of extreme sports. The water freezes and turns into one of the trails for lifting – the best place for those who prefer to overcome the rocks not over the stones but the glaciers.

This natural beauty won’t leave you indifferent! You can reach the neighborhoods of the Geirangerfjord by plane, bus, car or boat. You can also travel by road from Oslo by bus.

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