|Location||Skanderborg Municipality, Horsens Municipality|
|Primary inflows||Gudenå, Tåning Å, Illerup Å|
|Surface area||16.5 km2 (6.4 sq mi)|
|Average depth||9 m (30 ft)|
|Max. depth||22 m (72 ft)|
|Water volume||151×106 m3 (122,000 acre⋅ft)|
|Surface elevation||22.5 m (74 ft)|
Mossø is Denmark's third largest freshwater lake and Jutland's largest, as measured by surface area. The lake is located just west of the city of Skanderborg in east Jutland, but is part of both Skanderborg Municipality and Horsens Municipality. Mossø lies in the middle of the area and landscape known as Søhøjlandet (English: The Lake-highland).
Mossø is part of the 4,470 ha Natura 2000 protection area, designated as number 52. The lake is also designated as an international bird protection area, with number F35.
- Statistical Yearbook 2013 Geography, environment and energy, Table 409
- Salten Å, Salten Langsø, Mossø og søer syd for Salten Langsø og dele af Gudenå Archived 2013-12-03 at the Wayback Machine Danish Ministry for the Environment, december 2011, p.10, ISBN 978-87-7091-164-1 (in Danish)
- 52 Salten Å, Salten Langsø, Mossø and lakes south of Salten Langsø and parts of Gudenå Danish Nature Agency (in Danish)
- Statistical Yearbook 2013 Statistics Denmark
- Mossø and surrounding lakes National Survey and Cadastre of Denmark (KMS) 2012. Basic numbers. (in Danish)
- Mossø Skanderborg Municipality, Horsens Municipality, Danish Ministry for the Environment, 2008 (in Danish)
- Map of Mossø Danish Nature Agency