Månafossen is a waterfall in Gjesdal municipality in Rogaland county, Norway. The 92-metre (302 ft) tall waterfall is located along the river Månaåna, about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) east of the end of the Frafjorden where the village of Frafjord is located. The waterfall is in a fairly isolated area. There is a parking area nearby with a steep, rough 250-metre (820 ft) hiking trail up a mountainside to see the waterfall. The hike takes about 30 minutes.
The hill farms in Fidjadal
The remains of three hill farms can be seen in Fidjadal:
• Man is about 320 metres over sea level. This was the first farm to be cleared in Fidjadal – probably before the Black Death in 1349.
• 7 kilometres further up the valley lie the remains of a hill farm called Fed, about 420 metres above sea level.
• 4,5 kilometres further up the valley from Fed lie the remains of a hill farm called Blafjellenden, about 620 metres above sea level.