|Surface area||88 km2 (34 sq mi)|
|Max. depth||109 m (358 ft)|
Þórisvatn (Icelandic pronunciation: [ˈθouːrɪsˌvahtn̥]; sometimes anglicized to Thorisvatn) is the largest lake of Iceland, situated at the south end of Sprengisandur highland road within the highlands of Iceland.
It is a reservoir of a surface about 88 km² and uses the energy of the river Þjórsá, which comes down from the glacier Hofsjökull. Here in the south, it is exploited in a power station. It is like other Icelandic lakes, which are mostly glacial lakes or volcanic lakes, it normally has a stark green color.
- "Thorisvatn Lake". Nordic Adventure Travel. Retrieved June 26, 2019.