Largest lakes & reservoirs in Norway by water volumeThis is a comparison for lakes within Norway > - Compared by Largest Lakes - Water Volume in acre-foot.
For some lakes, "Largest Lakes - Water Volume" is unknown or does not apply, so this table may display fewer lakes than the total 3 articles we have published for Norway lakes.
Note: In the United States, an acre foot is a unit of volume used to refer to large-scale bodies of water. It is defined by the volume of water needed to cover 1 acre of surface area to a depth of 1 foot.
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|Lake name||Water vol. in ac-ft||Lake description|
Lake Mjosa is Norway’s largest lake, covering 89,500 acres. Located about 35 miles north of Oslo, the fjord lake is long and narrow, a drowned valley…
|9,809,630 ac-ft||(Also known as Hornindalsvatn, Hornindalsvatn Lake)
Considered the deepest lake in Europe, Norway’s Hornindalsvatn Lake is perfectly placed to host a western Norway holiday. Surrounded by mountains, gla…