On the website of Geopark Indalsälven one can read the following: “On 6 June 1796 Magnus Huss was attempting to redirect the water past the 30-metre high waterfall Storforsen. Things did not go according to his plans and Lake Ragundasjön upstream from the waterfall was emptied in only a few hours. What remained was a dead waterfall, Döda fallet, together with the 800 metres long dry riverbed, a canyon. Döda fallet is the centre of the geopark. Here is a restaurant, a visitors´ centre, wide wooden ramps, hard-packed gravel ground, a nature path and picnic facilities.”

Döda Fallet is just south of Hammarstrand where you can find accommodation, restaurants and other services.