Along the stream Leineåne at Vennis you find six watermills. At the most, 13 mills were found at the Leineåne, but most of them were taken by the great flood in 1860. Documents from 1729 show that at back then each farm with a waterfall used to have its own mill and that there were as many as 79 mills in Vang at that time.
The watermills are a cultural site and easily accessible. A path leads upstream along the brook. On nice summer days it is possible to take a dip (the water is cold, though!). There is free access, parking and a toilet.
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- 180vadymmBergen, NorwayTrip type:CouplesAccessible with kids26/07/2016Very short and easy hike. Hard to find though :-) there is a free parking and free public restroom. There are 4 watermills, at list that's what we saw. If you continue to hike little bit more up... Read full review
- 267runelOslo, NorwayTrip type:FamilyGreat scenic place, with easy access.05/07/2017A free sight with easy parking super clise to the road. Unfortunately no heating of the water so it is ice cold. Ps. The map is not correct!!!! You have to drive for 2 more kilometers. The place is... Read full review
- 307tahaniaNice nature and historical place06/08/2017Nice place to visit, easy hike, fresh air and relaxing waterfall sound I was difficult to find, in on of my pic you will find the coordinates for the place Read full review