Hornindalsvatn Lake, Norway
About Hornindalsvatn Lake
Hornindalsvatnet is Norway's and Europe's deepest lake, officially measured to a depth of 514 metres. Its surface is 53 metres above sea level, which means that its bottom is 461 metres below sea level. It is one of the main tourist attraction in this area and a lot of people visits this place every day.
Attractions near Hornindalsvatn Lake
Loen Skylift is an aerial tramway in Loen in Stryn, Norway. The cable car climbs 1,011 meters (3,317 ft) to the top of Mount Hoven, above the Nordfjord. It is the first aerial tramway installed in Norway since Hangursbanen in 1963.
Skårasalen is a popular mountain to visit during the ski season. It is one of the easier 1500 meters in the Sunnmøre area, due to the road that enables you to drive up to approximately 500 meters above sea level. The normal route is without difficulties, but pay attention to the risk of avalanches early in the season.
Lovatnet is a lake in Stryn municipality in Vestland county. The lake has an area of 10.4 square kilometers, it is 11 kilometers long and it is 52 meters above sea level.
This beautiful mountain is located about 7 kilometers east of the village of Loen and about 7 kilometers south of the lake Oppstrynsvatn. There is a famous and unique tower named Skålatårnet is located at the top of the summit.
Slogen is a 7.4 mile loop trail located near Norangsfjorden, Møre og Romsdal, Norway that features a river and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking. . Many famous Norwegians have been on the top of this mountain, including most notably Queen Sonja of Norway.
The beautiful Hjørundfjord takes the breath away from an increasing number of travelers as it cuts 35 km into the massive mountains of the Sunnmøre Alps. A multitude of glaciers, alpine farms, fishing waters, and small villages such as Sæbø, Trandal, Øye, and Standal offer unique experiences of fjord life.
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