Vyala River

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The Wjala (Russian Вяла ) is the largest tributary of the River Umba on the Kola Peninsula in the Murmansk Oblast in Russia.

The Wjala is the 37 km-long outflow of 98.6 km ² and 116 m high altitude lake Wjalosero to Umba. It flows in a westerly direction and flows from the left in the Umba 15 km from its mouth into the White Sea. It then flows through a sparsely populated forest and swampland. The largest tributaries are Ljamuksa, Wilowataja, Petschema and Ukko.