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 Lyngstøylvatnet

Over one hundred years ago, in May 1908, a big avalanche started on the Keipen mountain, in the valley Norangsdalen. It dammed the river, forming a small lake that is now called Lyngstøylvatnet. Today you can still see the old road, bridges, an old forest, and ruins of the small houses. There were nine huts, where the milkmaids could stay overnight. These huts, an old forest and a road, including a stone bridge, remain under water. This is one of the most famous and unique dive sites in Norway.


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