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About Lesu Lake

Lesu Lake or Dam Lesu is located on the Hell Valley (Valea Iadului) in Apuseni Mountains, Bihor County, at an altitude of 650 m.

It is a lake with an area of 148 hectares, the volume of water carried by the dam on Hell Valley is 28.3 million m³.

The Dam was opened in 1973, and hydropower in 1977.

The development of agro-tourism hotels and chalets makes the Lesu Lake to be a recreational place, as they say, a "green" tourism.

In the time spent on Lesu Lake can practice horse riding (riding), hiking, cycling, fishing, or you can enjoy the nature in its splendor.

Contact and information:

Address: It is situated between Stana de Vale and Remeti, Bihor, Romania

From Remeti follow the road 108j in direction Stana de Vale about 9 km.

From Stana de Vale follow the road 108j in direction lake Lesu about 20 km.

Opening hours: Daily

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