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Grønligrotta Cave

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Grønligrotta Cave Photo: Grønligrotta
Grønligrotta Cave Photo: Grønligrotta
Grønligrotta Cave Photo: Grønligrotta
Grønligrotta Cave Photo: Grønligrotta
Grønligrotta Cave Photo: Grønligrotta
Grønligrotta is one of the largest and most visited caves in the Nordic region.

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This is also the only Nordic cave with electric lighting. A guided tour takes visitors several hundred metres into the mountain and takes around 45 minutes. A café also providing accommodation and camping is located at Grønligrotta. The cave café offers a fantastic view of the Svartisen area as well as great hiking options nearby. Grønligrotta is situated 22 km north of Mo i Rana and 10 km from Røssvoll / E6.
Adult 130NOK Children 90NOK

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The location of the cave is about 20 km north of Mo i Rana. Follow E-6 about 13 km before you leave the E-6 and follow the signs showing the directions to the airport and Grønligrotta. After about 9 km you need to follow the road at the right side. Follow the signs all the way. There is a parking-place by the cafetaria. It is also possible for busses to go all the way up.
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Grønligrotta Cave

This is also the only Nordic cave with electric lighting. A guided tour takes visitors several hundred metres into the mountain and takes around 45...

Grønligrotta Cave

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