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Location Suldal (Rogaland)
Coordinates 59°29′45″N 06°32′16″E / 59.49583°N 6.53778°E / 59.49583; 6.53778Coordinates: 59°29′45″N 06°32′16″E / 59.49583°N 6.53778°E / 59.49583; 6.53778
Basin countries Norway
Surface area 27.53 km²
Max. depth 376 m
Water volume 4.49 km³
Shore length1 69.43 km
Surface elevation 68 m
References NVE
1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.

At 376 m in depth Suldalsvatn (or Suldalsvatnet[1]) is the 6th deepest Norwegian lake. It is located in Suldal municipality in the county of Rogaland, Norway. It is 68 m above sea level, has an area of 27.53 km² and has a volume of 4.49 km³.


  1. ^ The suffix "-et" is a form of the Norwegian language definite article and means "the". Hence Suldalsvatnet is equivalent to "the Suldalsvatn." Both forms can be found in English language text.

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