address:                               County: Nordland, comunne: Rana,

height a.s.l.:                         no information,

depth max:                           27 km,

length max:                          132 m,

width max:                           no information,

size:                                    -,

visibility max:                        15 m,

water temperature:                2-14°C,

warnings:                              You should get a flashlight because of the darkness..

Points of entering to the lake (see map)


Underwater attractions

Plura is a river in Rana commune, Nordland county in Norway. The river begins in Kallvatnet lake, flows through the Plurdalen valley, and ends in Ranelva rivers, about 10 km (6.2 miles) to the north of Mo and Rana town. The river is rich in salmon and trouts. The name derives from the Norwegian verb “prula” i.e. “cooking”. Plura is located both above and below the ground. It has the longest in Norway underground flow of 3.8 km (2.4 miles). Until 1964 Plura was a big river of the calcareous stone coming from mountains, creating numerous caves and tunnels.

Flora and Fauna

Interesting rock formations, salmon, trouts, caves, tunnels

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