Risvoll Destination Guide
Delve into Risvoll in Norway!
Risvoll in the region of Rogaland is a place located in Norway - some 156 mi (or 250 km) West of Oslo, the country's capital.
Local time in Risvoll is now 03:38 AM (Wednesday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Oslo" with an UTC offset of 1 hours. Depending on your mobility, these larger destinations might be interesting for you: Aarhus, Aalborg, Vanvik, Suldalseidet, Stavanger or Ålesund. While being here, you might want to check out Tengdal, Svandal, Sonna, Soland, Saudasjoen and Molda as well. We discovered some clips posted online. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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One of the main visuals of Norway, in addition to the (seawater) fjords, are the rivers, waterfalls and lakes found everywhere. And most of the time that water is in motion. God loves this country so ...
Hobby City/STModel Easy Fly RTF Electric...
Flying my Hobby City/STModel Easy Fly RTF Electric Glider outside work on a cold sunday. The plane is ready out of the box just mount the tail and the stickers and your own receiver and battery. I am ...
Hobby City Sukhoi 31 and Saga the dog
My brother flying his Hobby City Sukhoi 31 with FC 28-22 brushless outrunner and Towerpro 18A Esc, battery are HTX 1000mah. Servos are HTX 9g and 5g in
E-Flite Pitts Model12
Early sunday morning 28th of desember 2008. Outside work flying a trip with my new electric Pitts
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Interesting facts about this location
Løkjelsvatnet (called Lykilsvatnet in M711) is a regulated lake in the municipality of Etne in Hordaland county, Norway. Water from the lake falls 400 vertical metres in tunnels and pipelines to Hardeland hydroelectric power station. The site is operated by Haugaland Kraft. The lake has a rich population of brown trout.
Located at 59.65, 6.3 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 6 mi away.
Saudafjord (or Saudafjorden, the suffix "-en" is a form of the definite article in the Norwegian language) is a fjord which stretches from Sandsfjorden in Suldal, a municipality in the county of Rogaland Norway. It extends to the municipality and central town, Sauda. Saudafjorden is an outlying fjord among the numerous fjords opening to the sea at Boknafjord, and stretches furthest north in Rogaland. Saudafjord is an open, wide fjord with a depth approaching 400 meters.
Located at 59.65, 6.3 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
Sand is a village and former municipality in Rogaland county, Norway. The municipality was created by a split from Jelsa in 1859. At that time Sand had 1,600 inhabitants. On 1 January 1965 Sand was incorporated into the neighboring municipality Suldal. Prior to the merger Sand had 1,135 inhabitants. The village Sand has a population of 1,157. It is the administrative centre of Suldal municipality.
Located at 59.65, 6.3 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 11 mi away.
The Suldalslågen (or Lågen) river is located in Rogaland County in southwest Norway. Suldalslågen has a natural watershed of 1463 km² of which 75% is above timberline in high mountain areas, making it western Norway's largest river. The Suldalslågen and upstream watercourse is heavily dammed and regulated (including transfer of water across catchmetn borders) for hydroelectric power generation, and represents ~6% of Norway's total hydroelectric power generation.
Located at 59.65, 6.3 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 12 mi away.
Langfossen is a waterfall located in the municipality of Etne in western Norway. The total fall is around 600 meters, where it leaps out into Åkrafjorden. European route E134 runs along the base of the waterfall, making access very easy. The World Waterfall Database declared this waterfall to be one of the "best in the world". March 2011 CNN/Budget Travel sat Langfossen as one of the worlds ten most beautiful waterfalls.
Located at 59.65, 6.3 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 13 mi away.
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