The water from Tvindefossen comes from a river called Kroelva, and flows into Strand river. Together with the Strand river and Raundals river, it forms the start of Vosso.
Some say the waterfall is raging 152 meters high, but it is actually 110 meters high. Tvindefossen is the 98th highest waterfall in Norway based on total fall and is one of Norways most visited nature attractions. In addition, rumor has it that the water is a source of youth and good for potency, which has made visitors fill their bottles with the valuable water.