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Renowned for the breathtaking panorama of Molde, Moldemarka offers awe-inspiring views of snow-clad peaks, green pastures, hilly islands and blue waters. Moldemarka also remains a highly popular skiing and a walking area offering a wide range of skiing tracks and walking trails. Walkers can explore the region's hinterland and other scenic locations. During winters, Moldemarka allures winter sports enthusiasts with well laid out ski tracks, some of these properly illuminated for skiing under the stars.
Molde city's main source of drinking water, Moldevatnet is spread across an area of 19 hectares (47 acres). Moldeelva river originates in Moldevatnet, whose shores have housed saw mills dating back to the 17th and the 18th centuries. The area surrounding Moldevatnet offers pleasant trails for walkers.
The Geirangerfjord is considered the most beautiful fjord in the world. The nature here is breathtaking and definitely worth a visit. You can go by car, boat, cruise or hike in the stunning surroundings of the fjord, mountains and waterfalls. The Geirangerfjord is inscribed on the UNESCO's World Heritage List.
Situated around 8 kilometers (5 miles) to the east of Stryn village, Oppstrynsvatn is a beautiful lake whose shores are dotted with the beautiful hamlets of Erdal, Oppstryn and Flo. The lake is enveloped by gigantic mountain ranges and captivating glaciers which makes for some breathtaking visuals. Around the lake, one can explore attractions like the Skåla mountain, Jostedalsbreen National Park and the Tindefjellbreen glacier. The lake's southern shore is flanked by National Road 15. Overlooking Oppstrynsvatn is the beautiful 19th-century Oppstryn Church.
Covering an area of 2 square kilometers (0.77 square miles), Djupvatnet lake rests at an altitude of 1016 meters (3333 feet) above the sea level. A part of the Otta basin, Djupvatnet remains frozen for most of the year and offers spectacular views of the surrounding landscape. Tourist hamlets of Geirangerfjorden and Geiranger lie to the lake's north end while the magnificent Dalsnibba mountain range is found to its northwest. A path goes to the mountain's summit and remains popular with hikers. The picturesque Norwegian National Road 63 runs around Djupvatnet.
Degnepollvatnet is a mesmerizing lake covering an area of 6.96 hectares (17.2 acres). Located between the tiny hamlets of Tennebø and Degnepoll, the lake remains a wonderful spot for swimmers and fishing enthusiasts visiting the lake during summers. Ice skating is a popular sport here during winters.