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Published on Nov 17, 2013
Imagine you are floating through crystal clear water, looking down at what looks to be an enchanted forest, the remains of a settlement over a hundred years old, and seeing the roads and the stone fences used to herd sheep and transport goods over a hundred years ago. Welcome to Norways Atlantis, welcome to Lygnstøylsvatnet.
Lake Lygnstøylsvatnet, situated in Nordangsdalen Valley in the West of Norway, is one of the most amazing places to dive in Norway. Lygnstøylsvatnet is the result of a huge landslide blocking a river the 26th of May in 1908, and creating a dam that flooded a farmstead. When the water is clear, you will be able to see some of the remaining buildings from standing at the edge of the lake, but you will definitely get a greater experience, and better view, if you scuba dive or free dive in the lake.
Read more on my blog: trailsofnorway.com
________________________________________________ I am a Norwegian videographer and photographer whose work is characterized by my adventures in Norway. Instead of creating contrived scenes, I try to create authentic moments and capture them as they unfold before me. I have spent the last 5 years behind the lens capturing adventures underwater, to the top of the mountains.