Bergwerk Nuttlar

A flooded shale mine in the Sauerland offers the possibility to dive in an open area or, with the right training, to dive deep into the old mine.

We find old rails, trolleys and many forgotten tools in the old corridors. Tools and one or two surprises were left behind when the mine was closed down.

Level

Level

  • Advanced
Body of Water

Body of Water

  • Artificial
Visibility

Visibility

  • 11 m
Current

Current

  • No Current
DIVE TYPES

DIVE TYPES

  • Cavern/Cave

Temperature & Visibility

Dives

Wildlife Diversity

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

Divespot is nearby a Sailorsclub an an Swimming Area, ist a spot with 25m depth and under 6m depth a good visibility but we say bring a light because it can be dark at depth.

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This lake in the mountain is beautifully situated right in the mountain. The water is clear and rather cool. The training to become a Deep Diver is especially fun here. You could go down to a depth of 45 meters and with 480 meters of altitude, this is considered an altitude dive.

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Möhne, Delecker Brücke

reservoir, old quarry with foundation of the Delecker bridge, small dinghy, big stable platform floating on 6m, in the back part there are 3 big oaks on the slope about 10 to 25 meters deep

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Wintertauchplatz Sorpesee

A shallow entry directly from the campsite after a short dive time in the direction of the middle of the lake you reach a wonderful steep wall which drops to about 34m at full water. Dive site subject to registration

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Beginner friendly dive site with a maximum depth at full stow of 26m. Flat sloping bottom makes slow descent easy. The dive site is located in a protected bay and is marked with pre-installed buoys.

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The entrance is on the camping site "Am Waldsee". The entrance is at a small sandy beach. From 7 m depth you will find gravel walls.

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Due to the acidic /sulphurous water, usually a good visibility. There are 3 training platforms at 3.5 and 7 meters depth. Also a navigation course for practice. Depths up to 28m.

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20 metres deep, 10 metres in diameter and over 3,000,000 litres of water. The visibility here is of course excellent. It remains the ideal place to practice, try out and train over the winter.

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Seen Widdauen, Langenfeld

The Widdauen Lakes were created from a former gravel pit. Diving depths of up to 27 meters can be reached. The entire site offers a good infrastructure with toilets, barbecue areas, spacious shelters and a good supply of parking spaces.

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Hitdorfer See

The Hitdorfer See is a former dredging lake just under 10 hectares in size; 473 meters long and 273 meters wide. The maximum depth is 18m. Due to gently sloping banks, the lake is suitable for beginners to dive. There are two training platforms at 5m and 9m depth.

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