Sweden, Travelogue

Sweden’s largest waterfall – Tännforsen

Photo © Rania Rönntoft

Situated amongst the fir trees, one can hear the rumble of the water some time before you actually see it. Walking through the forest from the parking lot is a magical experience in itself, especially so during winter as it feels like your in the magical winter forest of Narnia. This meant that it took a while for me and my fellow adventurers and photographers to reach our goal though, since we had to stop and wonder at the forest a few times.

The sound of the powerful water surging through the landscape grew in strength and finally we could see it. Sweden’s largest waterfall, situated in Jämtland, just outside the city of Åre. It offers a spectacular view!

63° 26′ 35.9592” N 12° 44′ 25.5264” E

Photo © Rania Rönntoft

Photo © Rania Rönntoft

Photo © Rania Rönntoft

Photo © Rania Rönntoft

It is very slippery there during winter and some of the steps down to the very bottom of the waterfall where closed during our visit. Be sure to be careful if you decide to pay a visit here during the colder months.

Photo © Rania Rönntoft

Photo © Rania Rönntoft

Photo © Rania Rönntoft

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Published by Rania Rönntoft

In the forests of Sundsvall, the small northern town between two mountains, Rania found herself and her passion: living a slower life rich in experiences instead of things. Here she works as a freelancing photographer, content creator and photography teacher. Through her pictures she wants to inspire others to spend more time outdoors and show that the adventure is not far away. She travels a lot in Scandinavia and works with other destinations to promote our beautiful country, she also arranges workshops on visual storytelling and local adventures.

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