Lake Mjosa

Hamar Olympic Hall

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 dug by the action of glaciers. Lake Mjosa plunges to depths of 1,637 feet,…

Sognefjord

Sognefjord Panoramic

Often called ‘King of the Fjords’, Sognefjord is Norway’s longest fjord. Sognefjord is also the third longest fjord in the world. An amazing 4,291 feet deep in some areas, the spectacular fjord is set between steep cliffs soaring another 3,300…

Hornindalsvatnet

Panoramic View of Stryn

Considered the deepest lake in Europe, Norway’s Hornindalsvatn Lake is perfectly placed to host a western Norway holiday. Surrounded by mountains, glaciers and fjords, Hornindalsvatn Lake, like the steep fjords that slice through the Norwegian coastline, was scoured out by…