|Location||Nord-Aurdal (Innlandet), Gol and Hemsedal (Viken)|
|Max. length||11 kilometres (6.8 mi)|
|Max. width||2 kilometres (1.2 mi)|
|Surface area||13.44 km2 (5.19 sq mi)|
|Max. depth||37 metres (121 ft)|
|Shore length1||32.5 kilometres (20.2 mi)|
|Surface elevation||819 metres (2,687 ft)|
|1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.|
Tisleifjorden is a lake on the border of Innlandet and Viken counties in Norway. The lake lies in Nord-Aurdal municipality in Innlandet county, as well in Gol and Hemsedal municipalities in Viken county. Tisleifjorden is dammed for hydroelectric power. The height of the lake sits around 819 metres (2,687 ft) above sea level, but it can vary up to 11 metres (36 ft). The 13.54-square-kilometre (5.23 sq mi) lake has a circumference of about 32.5 kilometres (20.2 mi). It is located about 25 kilometres (16 mi) to the southwest of the town of Fagernes.
Tisleifjorden Dam creates a reservoir for the Åbjøra kraftverk hydro-electric power plant along the Aurdalsfjorden near the village of Aurdal. The power plant was built from 1949-1951 and it was rebuilt in 2002. Åbjøra kraftverk is operated by Skagerak Energi.
Nord-Aurdal is a municipality in Innlandet county, Norway. It is located in the traditional district of Valdres. The administrative centre of the municipality is the town Fagernes. Other urban centres in Nord-Aurdal include the villages of Aurdal, Leira, and Skrautvål. The municipality is served by Fagernes Airport, Leirin. In Nord-Aurdal, there is an alpine skiing center called Valdres Alpinsenter.
Fundin is a lake in the municipalities of Folldal in Innlandet county and Oppdal in Trøndelag county, Norway. The 9.72-square-kilometre (3.75 sq mi) lake has a dam at the south end of it, holding back the water for hydroelectric power production, before letting it flow into the Einunna river.
is a town in Nord-Aurdal Municipality in Innlandet county, Norway. The town is the administrative centre of the municipality as well as the largest urban/commercial centre for the Valdres region. It is located just northwest of the village of Leira and about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) south of the village of Skrautvål. The 2-square-kilometre (490-acre) town has a population (2021) of 1,951 and a population density of 978 inhabitants per square kilometre (2,530/sq mi).
The Begna is a river in Viken and Innlandet counties in Norway. The 213-kilometre (132 mi) long river runs from the Filefjell mountain area through Valdres to the town of Hønefoss where it joins the river Randselva before it empties into the Tyrifjorden. The river Begna drains a watershed of 4,875 square kilometres (1,882 sq mi) and this is the primary river in the watershed. Along its course, the river passes through the village of Begna in Sør-Aurdal Municipality. The Norwegian writer, Mikkjel Fønhus lived much of his life and located most of his novels along the river Begna.
Bagn is the administrative centre of Sør-Aurdal Municipality in Innlandet county, Norway. The village is located in the Begnadalen valley, about 25 kilometres (16 mi) to the southeast of the town of Fagernes. The river Begna runs through the village on its way through the Valdres region. The river has a 16-metre (52 ft) tall waterfall at Bagn. The European route E16 highway passes through the village on its way between Bergen and Oslo.
Bygdin is a lake in Vang Municipality in Innlandet county, Norway. The 46-square-kilometre (18 sq mi) is located in the southern part of the Jotunheimen mountain range. The 25-kilometre (16 mi) long, narrow mountain lake is located between the large lakes Tyin and Vinstre to the east.
Tyin is a lake in Vang Municipality in Innlandet county, Norway. The lake is located in the southwest part of the Jotunheimen mountain range. The lake lies in Vang Municipality in Innlandet county, but a small portion of the lake extends into Årdal Municipality in Vestland county. The western border mostly follows the border between Vang and Årdal, but there are some areas where the lake crosses over the boundary. The 33.02-square-kilometre (12.75 sq mi) lake serves as a reservoir for the Tyin Hydroelectric Power Station and the water level is regulated between 1,082.84 to 1,072.50 metres above sea level. The lake holds a volume of 0.313 cubic kilometres (254,000 acre⋅ft).
Vinstre is a lake in Innlandet county, Norway. The 27.87-square-kilometre (10.76 sq mi) lake lies in Øystre Slidre Municipality and the very western tip of the lake crosses over into the neighboring Vang Municipality. The lake sits at an elevation of 1,032 metres (3,386 ft) above sea level. Vinstre was regulated in connection with the construction of the Øvre Vinstra hydroelectric power plant. The lake Bygdin flows into this lake and on the opposite end, it flows out into the dammed lake Sandvatnet/Kaldfjorden/Øyvatnet which is the headwaters for the river Vinstra.
Strondafjorden is a lake which lies in the municipalities of Nord-Aurdal and Vestre Slidre in Innlandet county, Norway. The lake is part of the Begna watershed. The 13.4-square-kilometre (5.2 sq mi) lake sits at an elevation of 355 metres (1,165 ft) above sea level and it has a circumference of 46 kilometres (29 mi). The town of Fagernes is located at the southeast end of the lake.
Helin is a lake which lies in Vang Municipality in Innlandet county, Norway. The southeastern shore of the lake forms the municipal border with neighboring Vestre Slidre. The lake is regulated for power production by the nearby Åbjøra hydroelectric power station.
Bandak is a lake in the municipalities of Kviteseid and Tokke in Vestfold og Telemark county, Norway. The lake, which is part of the Telemark Canal route, belongs to the Skien watershed. The river Tokke flows into the lake, and the outlet is via the river Straumane, which flows to the lake Kviteseidvatn.
Stolsvatnet is a regulated lake in the municipalities of Ål and Hol in Viken county, Norway. Stolsvatnet was formed in the late 1940s by the damming of the upper parts of three rivers, which created a continuous lake across the watersheds. The new lake covered a number of existing smaller lakes. It is a reservoir for Hol I kraftverk, a hydroelectric power plant located off FV 50 by Hovet in Hol. The power plant is owned and operated by E-Co Energi.
Aurdal is a village in Nord-Aurdal Municipality in Innlandet county, Norway. The village is located along the European route E16 highway about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) to the northwest of the village of Bagn and about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) to the southeast of the town of Fagernes and the village of Leira. The river Begna flows past Aurdal, just south of the village. Aurdal Church is located in the village.
Falningsjøen is a lake in Tynset Municipality in Innlandet county, Norway. The lake lies about 4.5 kilometres (2.8 mi) northeast of the village of Yset. The Ya River begins at this lake. The Forollhogna National Park boundary lies at the north end of the lake.
Innerdalsvatnet is a lake in Tynset Municipality in Innlandet county, Norway. It is a significant part of the Orkla watershed. The 5.88-square-kilometre (2.27 sq mi) lake lies about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) west of the village of Yset. The northwest end of the lake has a large dam on it to control the level of the water for hydropower. The dam is actually located on the municipal and county border. The lake holds about 150,000,000 cubic metres (4.0×1010 US gal) of water which is run through a long tunnel to two nearby power stations.
Skrautvål is a village in Nord-Aurdal Municipality in Innlandet county, Norway. The village is located about 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) north of the town of Fagernes and just northeast of the lake Sæbufjorden. Skrautvål Church is located in the village.
Ulla-Førre is a hydropower complex in Southern Norway. It is situated along the borders of the municipalities of Suldal and Hjelmeland and Bykle, Norway. It has an installed capacity of approximately 2,100 megawatts (2,800,000 hp), and the annual average production is 4.45 TWh (16.0 PJ) (1987–2006), while its reservoir capacity is about 7.8 TWh (28 PJ); at full production, it can last seven to eight months. The complex includes the artificial lake Blåsjø, which is made by dams around 1,000 metres (3,300 ft) above the sea level. The hydroelectric power stations in the complex are Saurdal, Kvilldal, Hylen and Stølsdal, operated by Statkraft.
The Søo or Søa is a river in the municipality of Heim in Trøndelag county, Norway. The 30-kilometer (19 mi) long river originates at Lake Søo (Søvatnet), which lies on the border of the municipalities of Orkland, Heim, and Rindal. The lake sits at an elevation of 280 meters (920 ft). It then flows into Lake Vassli (Vasslivatnet), which sits at roughly the same elevation, depending on levels behind the dam. The inflow to the Søo is regulated by a dam 20 meters (66 ft) high at the west end of Lake Vassli, which serves as a regulation reservoir for the Søa Hydroelectric Power Station.
Innlandet is a county in Norway. It was created on 1 January 2020 with the merger of the old counties of Oppland and Hedmark. The new county has an area of 52,113 square kilometres (20,121 sq mi), making it the second largest county in Norway after Troms og Finnmark county.
Snarumselva is a river in Buskerud county, Norway. It flows north to south from Krøderen, a lake in Krødsherad municipality, to Geithus, a village in Modum municipality, where it joins the Drammenselva river. The total length of Snarumselva is about 50 km (31 mi) and the total altitude loss is about 100 m (330 ft).