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For the adventurous traveller, we recommend the two-hour
guided tour of the Setergrotta Cave north of Mo i Rana. You
can experience large Giant’s kettles, gigantic chambers, ice
and limestone formations, narrow marble passages and an
underground river. Before entering the cave, you will be
equipped with a helmet, headlight, thermal suit and gloves

Season: Approx. June 15 – August 20, one tour per day from NOK
300 per person.

Facilities

  • General facilities

    • parking
    • kiosk

Categories

  • Caving Caving
  • Hiking Hiking

Hours

6/22/2013 - 8/18/2013
Mon - Sun
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
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Setergrotta- Cave

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For the adventurous traveller, we recommend the two-hour guided tour of the Setergrotta Cave north of Mo i Rana. You can experience large Giant’s...

Setergrotta- Cave

Source: Visitnorway

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