Norway is the largest nation in Europe and the European Union. It has a population of 5.39 million (2021) based on Worldometer elaboration of the latest United Nations data. It has some of the most beautiful places and people in the world.

If you ask people to choose the top place in the world to live, they usually say places like Switzerland, Australia, or New Zealand.

But if you ask people to choose a country with the most beautiful scenery, they’ll usually say Norway. Norway was ranked as the fifth happiest country in the world in 2020 by the World Happiness Report.

Norway isn’t a country – it’s a place in the world. A beautiful and diverse place, full of lakes, mountains, and fjords, where you can enjoy the endless winter and the summer that never ends.

If you’ve been to Norway, you’ve likely seen that it’s full of lakes, from the biggest river in the world, the Sognefjord, flowing into the fjord of Hardangerfjord, to the “second biggest” Lake in Norway, Heddalsvatnet, situated in the city of Notodden.

1. Lake Mjøsa; Innlandet, Viken

Have you ever looked at the Lake and wondered how it got its name?

Mjøsa (Mjøsa from the old Norse) is a typical Norwegian lake: large, deep, and surrounded by mountains, yet it’s a very short drive from Oslo. This is the third-largest Lake in Norway, and it’s also the longest, with its total length of about 150 km. The construction of dams constructed the massive man-made Lake, and it is now one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country.

Lake Mjøsa is the largest Lake in Norway, a beautiful landscape filled with water, mountains, forests, and meadows. The Lake can be reached by boat, car, or pedestrian, and it is also the center of many activities, including fishing, skiing, hiking, and water sports.

2. Lake Røssvatnet; Hemnes and Hattfjelldal, Nordland

Lake Røssvatnet is a beautiful lake located between the mountains of Åndalsnes and Kvæfjord. It has a round shape, with a length of 7.6 km and a width of 0.5 km. Lake Røssvatnet is an important national park where protected nature can be found. This beautiful Lake has a dark blue color, which is due to the “Røssvatnet” stone.

People have been visiting Lake Røssvatnet for many years, and it is a popular tourist destination in the summer. The Lake is well-known for its natural beauty and is perfect for fishing or relaxing on the beach. In addition, there are several hiking trails and campgrounds at the Lake, making it a popular destination for tourists as well.

3. Femund; Innlandet and Trøndelag

Femund is a place to live in Norway. Femund means “females,” and “inland” means “inland.” And, Femund is a female-dominated area. It is the place where nature is easily accessible.

Lake Femund is Norway’s second-largest Lake, and it offers many opportunities for tourists. As a national park, the scenery is stunning and provides a great opportunity for hiking, biking, and relaxing.

4. Snåsavatnet; Steinkjer and Snåsa, Trøndelag

The beautiful blue-colored lake Snåsavatnet is located by the small city Steinkjer, located by the Trøndelag county in Norway. It’s the most beautiful natural site in Steinkjer, and it’s a trendy area for tourists, fishermen, and hikers.

The Lake Snåsavatnet is situated in the Norwegian region of Trøndelag, in the flatlands of the Trondheimsfjord. The Lake itself is internationally known for the number of rare and endangered species that inhabit it, such as the short-eared owl. However, many people interested in the Lake may not know that there are several trails in the area and the popular hiking routes that go around the Lake.

5. Tunnsjøen; Lierne and Røyrvik, Trøndelag

Lake Tunnsjøen is a 22,500-year-old lake located between Lierne and Røyrvik in Trøndelag. The Lake is about 35 m long and 60 m wide. The water level is the highest when the Lake is full in the spring. The Lake is often a popular destination for tourists, who come to enjoy the beautiful scenery and the many hiking trails around the Lake.

Lake Tunnsjøen is the largest Lake in its region, and it’s located in the middle of the Norwegian wilderness. Tunnsjøen is surrounded by mountains, and there are many activities to choose from, such as hiking, fishing, canoeing, and kayaking.

6. Limingen; Lierne and Røyrvik, Trøndelag

For those who may not be familiar with Lake Limingen, it is a lake situated in the municipality of Lierne in Trøndelag (Norway). The Lake is located in a region known as the Hardanger fjord. The Lake and the fjord have their sights set on becoming tourist destinations. The area is well-known for its unique character, and it is listed as a national historic site.

The area has a rich history of archaeological finds and a number of old farmhouses. Trøndelag is a region located in the southern part of the county of Trøndelag in Norway. It is the most populous county in Norway and encompasses the areas of the municipalities of Årdal, Levanger, Namsos, Røros, and Trondheim. The county covers an area of 1,268 square kilometers.

7. Hornindalsvatnet; Møre og Romsdal and Vestland

Hornindalsvatnet is a beautiful lake in the Møre og Romsdal and Vestland region, located between the municipalities of Åndalsnes and Ørsta in Norway. This Lake is about 60 km long and has the same size as Østerdal lake. Lake Hornindalsvatnet was formed by a glacier. This Lake is undergoing more and more changes due to the climate and the reforesting of the area.

A lake that is as beautiful as it is mysterious. The Lake Hornindalsvatnet is a lake that lies up in the mountains of the Norwegian fjords. It is an ideal place to see nature and the beautiful landscape.

Lake Hornindalsvatnet is one of the best places in Norway for the tourist. This Lake is a beautiful place for the tourist to enjoy the beauty of nature. It has beautiful scenery and the mountain that surrounds the Lake.

8. Fyresvatn; Fyresdal, Vestfold og Telemark

Lake Fyresvatn is a beautiful lake located in Fyresdal, Norway. It is located to the south of the city of Fyresdal and is one of the largest lakes in Norway. It is located on the border between Vestfold county and Telemark county. The Lake is on the border between two municipalities: Fyresdal and Telemark. The Lake’s name comes from the old Norse region called “Fjær,” which means “the large lands south of Lillehammer.” Fjær is, however also the name of the municipality that surrounds the Lake.

In the highlands of Telemark, Lake Fyresvatn is a place to visit, travel to, and enjoy. The Lake is a paradise for water sports, fishermen, and hikers, and this area has a rich and interesting history.

9. Suldalsvatnet (Lake Suldal); Suldal, Rogaland

Suldalsvatnet (Lake Suldal); Suldal, Rogaland is the biggest lake in Rogaland and Norway. Its name is derived from the old Norse words “Suldal” and “vatn” (Lake). Suldalsvatn is located in the municipality of Stavanger in Rogaland county in Norway. The Lake is located in the valley of the river Suldalsåna, which also gives the Lake its name. The Suldalsvatnet is deep and about 30 km (19 mi) long. The Lake drains through 2 rivers into the Stjørdalselva. The largest settlements around the Lake are Farsund and Randaberg.

Suldalsvatnet is a stunning mountain lake, part of the very large lake system of Norway. It is known for its clear waters, with a maximum depth of 90 meters and the maximum length of 6 kilometers.

Suldalsvatnet is a beautiful lake situated in the middle of the mountainous area of Suldal, in the central part of Hordaland county, Norway. Recently, the Lake has been getting its own national spotlight as a unique tourist attraction.

10. Bandak; Kviteseid, Tokke (Vestfold og Telemark)

The Lake Bandak is a group of lakes located in the municipalities of Tokke, Kviteseid, and Kviteseid, in Vestfold and Telemark counties, Norway. The lake Bandak system consists of nine lakes: Bandak, Bodilsfjorden, Fjeldsranda, Grøvdal, Grøtsund, Grenholmen, Hasselbakken, Kvitebakken.

The Lake Bandak is the largest of the lakes, with a diameter of 13.5 kilometers, and is 37 kilometers long. The lake Bandak system measures 34 km and is also located at the border with Sweden.

The bandak is a fjord in the Telemark district in the northeast of Norway. The Lake is located about half a mile outside the city center of Telemark, Kviteseid. Bandak is small of the brim, and a large forest surrounds it. Lake Bandak is often used for fishing.

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