Note:  Do not rely on this information. It is very old.


Glommen, the chief river of Norway, flows from Lake Oersund in the Dovrefleld plateau, in a southerly direction, through Hedemarken and Christiania into the Skeeger Rack, and has a course of about 350 miles. The stream is very rapid, and often overflows its banks. Frequent falls prevent navigation, except for a few miles near the mouth. At Sarpsfos the fall is 75 feet, and is a magnificent sight.