Jettegrytene potholes

Jettegrytene på Netland
10-11.000 years ago Norway was covered by a glacier, which brought large amounts of stone and gravel as it made its way towards the coast. In some areas the rivers left behind these large stones. During thousands of years the river ground the stones against the mountain bed and deep holes were created – potholes.

At Netland, by road RV465, you will find several massive potholes. There is also a beautiful little waterfall here. Following the river down you will come across a large waterfall called ‘Kvitingen’ which translates into ‘The White One’.

Source: Informationboard on site