The Ljanselv watercourse is a watercourse connected to the precipitation field around the river Ljanselva. The watercourse has a length of 14.2 km from the small lakes in the hills around Lutvannet in Østmarka, via Nøklevann and from there in the river Ljanselva to Bunnefjorden by Fiskevollbukta.
The watercourse has tributaries from the tributaries Gjersrudbekken, Prinsdalsbekken and Lusetjernbekken. The Ljanselv watercourse is one of the Oslo watercourses.
Watercourse with tributaries
Each line contains the name of the river and where it empties. Side rivers are indented in relation to the main river. Side rivers are listed in the order in which they flow into the main river, calculated from the mouth to the source.
Crooked iron - about 280 masl
Hauktjern - about 244 masl
Solbergvannet - about 235 masl
Round iron - about 225 masl
Lutvann - about 205 masl
Nøklevann - approximately 163 masl
Skraperudbekken to Skraperudtjern - approx. 125 masl
Gjersrudbekken from Gjersrudtjern
Lusetjernbekken from Holmlia
Outlet to Bunnefjorden by Fiskevollbukta
Ljanselva. oslobyleksikon.no. Visited January 6, 2022.
Work along the Ljanselva
Hiking along the Ljanselva