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 Nesset
 Nesset Prestegård
 Nesset Rectory
 Eikesdalen
 Mardalsfossen waterfall
 Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson
 Kleneggen
 Strandkolvet

Basejump goes wrong when metal bar collaps from Strandkolvet near Eiksdalen. Eikesdalen village is located at the south end of the Eikesdalsvatnet lake at the mouth of the Aura river. The Mardalsfossen waterfall lies about 2.5 kilometres northwest of the village. The of Eresfjord village is located about 25 kilometres north, at the other end of the lake. The Aursjøen lake lies about 20 kilometres southeast of Eikesdalen.

The Mardalsfossen waterfall is in the Eikesdal valley and boasts Northern Europe´s highest free-falling waterfall at 297 metres. The Mardøla river is dammed, but the watertall is still an impressive sight when the reservoirs are emtied between 20th June and 20th August. There is a 45-minute walk from the parking in Mardalen.

The Nesset Rectory was the childhood home of the author Bjørnstjerne Bjørnson (1832-1910). He wrote: "Romsdalen is the small part of the world I love the most. Here I evolved. Of this way of life and thhese people am I marked." Bjørnson received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1903. The museum at the rectory is open during the summer season.



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