Lake Nedravatn has an area of 0,9 km², rather shallow and is situated 40 m above sea level. Lake Efravatn is much smaller and lies considerably higher, at 280 m. Very limited angling is practiced there. The river Ogura runs through both lakes. In 1951 brown trout was released into the lakes and none checked the results until 1980 when lake Nedravatn was netted and the great catch consisted of 1½-7 pounders. A jeep track leads to lake Nedravatn. The surroundings are peaceful and beautifully vegetated. Ogur is a renowned manor as can be read in one of the sagas.
The distance from the capital is about 345 km by the Whale Bay tunnel and 105 km from Isafjordur.