Stolsvatnet

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Stolsvatnet
Location Ål, Hol (Buskerud)
Coordinates 60°45′9″N 8°5′53″E / 60.75250°N 8.09806°E / 60.75250; 8.09806Coordinates: 60°45′9″N 8°5′53″E / 60.75250°N 8.09806°E / 60.75250; 8.09806
Basin countries Norway
Surface area 34.86 km²
Shore length1 124.61 km
Surface elevation 1,090 m
References NVE
1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.

Stolsvatnet is an artificial lake in the municipalities of Ål and Hol in Buskerud county, Norway. It is a reservoir for the Hol I powerplant, and was formed in the late 1940s by the damming of the upper parts of three rivers, which created a continuous lake across the watersheds.

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