Deepest Lakes in Norway

Norway is the country located in the Continent of Europe, is the beautiful country with awesome landscapes with hundreds of thousands of tiny and huge lakes. In Norway, the lakes are large and deeper and some of them are deepest in Europe, most of the lakes created by glacial erosion. Hornindalsvatnet is the deepest lake in Norway with depth of 514 meters from surface of the water located in Sogn og Fjordane County. Here you can scroll for 10 Deepest Lakes of Norway with satellite image of entire Lakes.

1. Hornindalsvatnet

Hornindalsvatnet is the deepest lake of Norway and Europe with official depth of 514 meters, and its surface just 53 meters from sea level, which means that its bottom 461 meters below sea level.
Region: Sogn og Fjordane
Depth: 514 meters

Source: Google Map

2. Salsvatn

Salsvatn is the 2nd deepest lake in Norway and Europe, is 22 km long and 6 km wide with surface area of 44 km2 at the elevation of 9 meters (one of the lowest lake by elevation), and reaches 455 meters below sea level.
Region: Nord-Trondelag County
Depth: 482 meters

Source: Google Map

3. Tinnsjo

Tinnsjo is the 3rd deepest lake in Norway and one of the deepest in Europe, covered an area of 51 km2 at the height of 190 meters above sea level.
Region: Telemark County
Depth: 460 meters

Source: Google Map

4. Mjosa

Mjosa is 4th deepest and largest Lake of Norway stretched 117 km long and 15 km wide, spread on area of 362 km2 and stands about 121 meter above sea level.
Region: Hedmark, Oppland and Akershus counties
Depth: 444 meters

Source: Google Map

5. Fyresvatn

Fyresvatn is one of the lake of Norway located in Fyresdal municipality, is about 279 meters above sea level and shore length of 63 km, covered an area of 49 km2, and it originates Fyreselv River.
Region: Telemark
Depth: 377 meters

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Source: Google Map

6. Suldalsvatnet

SUldalsvatnet is located in Suldal municipality in the Rogaland County, has a shore of 69 km with surface area of 27 km2 at the height of 68 meters above sea level.
Region: Rogaland
Depth: 376 meters

Source: Google Map

7. Bandak

Bandak is 7th deepest lake of Norway located in the Kviteseid and Tokke, the river Tokke flows into lake and the outflow river is Straumane, the shore of length of the lake is 6 km and stands at the height of 72 meters above sea level.
Region: Telemark
Depth: 325 meters

Source: Google Map

8. Lundevatn

Lundevatn lake is located in Flekkefjord in Vest Agder county, stands just 49 meter above sea level, which the bottom of the lake extends 265 meters below sea level.
Region: Vest-Agder, Rogaland
Depth: 314 meters

Source: Google Map

9. Storsjoen

Storsjoen Lake located in the Amot and Rendalen municipalities, the lake is 35 km long and 1.7 km wide and about 259 meters above sea level, covered in area of 47 km2 with beautiful landscape
Region: Hedmark
Depth: 309 meters

Source: Google Map

10. Totak

Totak is the located in the Vinje municipality, spread on the area of 36 km2 at the surface elevation of 687 meter above sea level.
Region: Telemark
Depth: 306 meters

Source: Google Map