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Eikesdalsvatnet

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Primary inflows  Aura & Mardøla rivers
Basin countries  Norway
Max. width  1.7 km (1.1 mi)
Area  23.15 km²
Length  18 km
Outflow location  Eira River
Primary outflows  River Eira
Max. length  18 km (11 mi)
Surface area  23.15 km (8.94 sq mi)
Surface elevation  22 m
Width  1.7 km
Cities  Eikesdalen
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Eikesdalsvatnet is a lake in Nesset Municipality in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The lake is long and narrow, roughly 18 kilometres (11 mi) in length, and it is the largest lake in Møre og Romsdal county. The village of Eikesdalen is located at the southern end of the lake.

Map of Eikesdalsvatnet, Nesset Municipality, Norway

Its main inflows are the river Aura, flowing northwest from the lake Aursjøen, and the river Mardøla with the famous waterfall Mardalsfossen. The lake flows out through the River Eira which flows into the Eresfjorden. The lake is surrounded by 1,500-to-1,800-metre (4,900 to 5,900 ft) tall mountains like Juratinden and Fløtatinden.

References

Eikesdalsvatnet Wikipedia


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