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Location of Kalhovdfjorden in the Skiensvassdraget area
LocationTinn, Telemark
Coordinates60°03′37″N 08°15′35″E / 60.06028°N 8.25972°E / 60.06028; 8.25972Coordinates: 60°03′37″N 08°15′35″E / 60.06028°N 8.25972°E / 60.06028; 8.25972
Primary outflowsMår
Catchment areaSkien
Basin countriesNorway
Surface area20.39 km2 (7.87 sq mi)
Shore length179.05 km (49.12 mi)
Surface elevation1,084 m (3,556 ft)
1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.

Kalhovdfjorden is a lake belonging to the municipality of Tinn in the province of Telemark in southern Norway. Kalhovdfjorden belongs to the catchment of the river Skien. The river Mår comes out of the lake. The lake is part of the Skiensvassdraget. To the north lies Geilo, to the south lie the lakes Møsvatn, Gøystavatnet and Lake Tinn. The area of the lake is 20.39 square kilometers (7.87 sq mi) and it is 1,084 meters (3,556 ft) above sea level.