Hellesylt Fossen waterfall in Geirangerfjord, Norway is a small but nice waterfall in Hellesylt, More og Romsdal, Norway.
Hellesyltsfossen is quite powerful and is approximately 20 meter high and a rare natural attraction. The river Dalaelva is being fed with melted snow and ice from two rivers: Langedalselva and a smaller river (Tverelva)
Hellesylt is just a small village where most people go to take the ferry to Geiranger. Just before the ferry you will see Hellesyltfossen at the left side when you cross the small bridge heading to the ferry to Geiranger. In the centre of the village, between two bridges (Høge bridge built in 1907 and Hellesylt bridge built in 1902) the water cascades down the polished granite stones. It is a spectacular sight during the early summer period when the snow thaws.
Between the duration of our inbound and outbound return ferry we just had 10-15 minutes in which to run and have a look at this beautiful waterfall and capture the moment. I literally had to run back with all my photography gear and just about catch the return ferry and unite with my family who were stressed whether i will make it back on time. Photography is no easy job!!
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