Wednesday, August 17, 2016

My trip to the West Coast: Lysebotn

These pictures were mostly taken around the wildly expensive tourist trap at the top of the steep descent down to Lysebotn.

This photo was taken from a spot to the right of the restaurant/souvenir shop. As previously mentioned, the road has 27 hairpin turns and goes down appx.900 meters (2,950 feet).

You can also walk around most of the building on a wooden platform with spectacular views.

This was the view back towards Sirdal, whence I came.

The sheep in the parking lot were much, much friendlier than normal. As soon as I got out of the car, this ewe and her cute lil' fluffball approached me, but their interest waned considerably once they'd established that I had no food.

I counted five waterfalls like this coming down from the mountain on that side.

The view of the horizon from the valley floor. You can sail to America from here.

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