Kultsjön is a long, narrow lake in the municipality of Vilhelmina in Lapland that is part of the main catchment area of the Ångermanälven. It lies at an altitude of about 300 metres and has an area of 3.2 square kilometres, but it has shrunk over time.

The lake is named after the Sami god Kultisj, who is said to have created the lake with his fishing rod. The name Kultsjön can also be translated as ‘Kultis Lake’. Kultsjön was first mentioned in 1527 and it has shrunk over time. This causes environmental problems for the region, such as flooding and erosion.



Description of the lake Kultsjön in Sweden

The lake is located upstream Malgomaj in Vilhelmina municipality, between Saxnäs, Fatmomakke church and Marsfjället. It is a popular tourist destination among the local population. The lake is known for its fishing opportunities. It is also a popular place for anglers to fish during the winter. The lake has existed since the Ice Age and it was created by the last glacier that came to this region.

Cult Lake Lake Regulation

It supplies the lake with water and regulates its level. The lake is located in Sweden and was created in the 1950s after the construction of a dam at Stålån. The purpose of this dam was to supply power to a hydroelectric power station.

The lake is located in the municipality of Härryda in Sweden. The lake was built to house a hydroelectric power plant. The power plant was built between 1958 and 1961. A dam was also built at the outlet which largely dried up the natural outlet of the lake, Kultsjön.


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