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Gorsa Bridge

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Birtavarre, Birtavarre 9147, Norway
+47 77 21 08 50
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Wonderful view

This place is perfect for a short hike and enjoy the waterfall view is wonderful. Have a picnic... read more

Reviewed October 3, 2017
wyuencMalaysia
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Malaysia
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An interesting walk.

We walked from the bottom carpark, through the old mines which was interesting. A fair walk up to... read more

Reviewed September 6, 2016
Cazoe
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Adelaide, Australia
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Driving further into the valley, you will cross a bridge over a canyon and reach another parking lot. The marked trail to Gorsabrua starts here (1,8 km) and this walk is easy. Lamb are eating grass in the trench and there is a full view over the valley along the trail. When reaching the bridge, Gorsabrua; prepare for some tickling height fear! An enormous waterfall flows down into the 153 metres high canyon and you have a fantastic view over it when standing on the bridge. On Saturdays during the summer, you can bungee jump from an exit-ramp on the middle of the bridge. It is probably one of the northernmost bungee jumps that you can find!
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Oct 2, 2017
“Wonderful view”
Sep 6, 2016
“An interesting walk.”
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Birtavarre, Birtavarre 9147, Norway
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+47 77 21 08 50
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Reviewed October 3, 2017 via mobile

This place is perfect for a short hike and enjoy the waterfall view is wonderful. Have a picnic there and just enjoy the sound of the falls

Thank wyuencMalaysia
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Reviewed September 6, 2016

We walked from the bottom carpark, through the old mines which was interesting. A fair walk up to the bridge and wow, it feels so high and slightly scary! Great views! Crossed the bridge and walked back to the car park via the old road....More

Thank Cazoe
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Reviewed August 7, 2016 via mobile

We made this an evening walk form the top car park but you can do a longer walker form the lower car park too. The site is simply stunning. A waterfall plunges 150 feet into a narrow canyon as the bridge crosses it. You can...More

Thank John A
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Reviewed September 30, 2015

Gorsa Bridge and canyon is a must do for anybody visiting the Tromso, Norway area. It does require a little navigation ability to find this magnificent place. A marked secondary road leads up the beautiful Kafjorddalen Valley from the town of Birtavarre, Norway. The road...More

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Reviewed September 23, 2015

The drive to reach the car park is a treat in itself with stunning scenery, make sure to park at the lower car park and start the walk to the bridge from there. It is free to park here and there is also a toilet...More

Thank SimpsonSwindon
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Reviewed July 28, 2015 via mobile

At this small but nervebraking brigde, besides a beautiful waterfall, you are able jump down. Hight is 153 meters (about 450f). This is the most narrow bungee in Europa! Steep mountains on both sides. Close to the E6 road. Order must be done online at:...More

Thank Lorentz L
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