Langfjorden (Møre og Romsdal)

The Langfjorden is a fjord in Møre og Romsdal county, Norway. The 35-kilometre (22 mi) long fjord is an arm of the large Romsdalsfjord which begins between the most easterly point on the island of Sekken in Molde Municipality and Okseneset in Rauma Municipality. The fjord then continues to the east to the village of Eidsvåg in Nesset Municipality.[1]

View of the fjord
Location of the fjord
Langfjorden (Norway)
LocationMøre og Romsdal county, Norway
Coordinates62.6411°N 7.4159°E / 62.6411; 7.4159
Primary inflowsEresfjorden
Primary outflowsRomsdalsfjorden
Basin countriesNorway
Max. length35 kilometres (22 mi)
Max. width3 kilometres (1.9 mi)

The fjord's two arms, Eresfjorden at east end and Rødvenfjorden at the west end are oriented to the south. The fjord is crossed by the Åfarnes–Sølsnes Ferry, as part of County Road 64. The Langfjord Tunnel is a proposed undersea tunnel that would replace the ferry. The village of Mittet in Rauma lies on the south shore of the fjord.

See also


  1. "Langfjorden" (in Norwegian). Retrieved 2010-10-30.

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