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Long/Lat: 8.496849, 59.872603
The area to the left of the Vemork bridge (opposite side to the ice park)
Park on the left before the Vermork bridge, cross bridge, jump the fence off the road and abseil in
"Do NOT climb this waterfall. It is an overflow/release fall for the power plants in the area and can dump tons of water with no warning at any time. Any climbers on he route will die when/if this happens"
FA: "Has been done twice by people who knew better"
FA: Peter Chapman, 2002
Thin at the top, but easy
FA: Jan Stenstrom, Tobias Skog, 1993
FA: Per Johanson, Claes Westlund, 1994
FA: Geir Arne Bore, Jan Ivar Boe, 1993
Waterfall to the road
FA: Jo Wang, 1993
Steep waterfall to left of Vemork bridge
FA: Jon Haukassveen, Knut Luraas, 1990
Waterfall on right of Vemork bridge
FA: Rune Trap Meyer, 1980
Very rarely forms
FA: Scott Miller, Mike Almlert, Jan Stenstrom, 1996
FA: Jon Haukåssveen, 1998
FA: Jan Stenstrøm, Torbjørn Ohlèn, 1993
Shit Happens Again
FA: Jon Haukåssveen, Knut Luraas, 1993
FA: Jan Stenstrøm, Roger Mild, 1993
|WI2||Suesses Veil||2||1.1. Trollfossen and Susses Veil|
|Deuterium||1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area|
|WI3||Hark||1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area|
|WI4||Host||50m||1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area|
|Kokosnotten||1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area|
|Sir Psycho||1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area|
|Vemorkbrufoss Ost||2||1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area|
|Morsom Start||2||1.3. Morsom Start and Tungtvann Area|
|Shit Happens||2||1.3. Morsom Start and Tungtvann Area|
|Shit Happens Again||2||1.3. Morsom Start and Tungtvann Area|
|Tungtvann||2||1.3. Morsom Start and Tungtvann Area|
|WI5||Vemorkbrufoss Vest||2||1.2. Deuterium and Bridge Area|
|?||Trollfossen||1.1. Trollfossen and Susses Veil|