Dalneye Lake

Dalneye Lake is located in the basin of River Paratunka. This lake, 60 meters deep, covers an area of 11.3 sq-meters. It is 2.5km long and its average width is 54 meters. It has a rectangle shape with a 6.1 km perimeter. It a glacial lake fed both by groundwater and atmospheric precipitations. In 1937 and for many decades this lake was an important place for studying sockeye salmons. A beautiful made up of Erman’s birch, dwarf Siberian pine trees and alder make the landscapes around Dalneye Lake very picturesque.
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