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ExtremeGuide – Hike to the foot of Belukha

HOW TO GO HIKING:

To submit a request.

Agree on the details.

Prepayment 30%.

Payment and preparation of equipment.

Start of the hike.

Day 1 — a Meeting of the group in Novosibirsk. The opportunity to purchase everything you need for a hike, or take the missing gear for rent. Familiarity with group and instructor. Check out the custom car for the start of the route — the village of Tyungur. Transfer Novosibirsk — Tungur 900 km – about 15 hours, leaving late in the evening. Also a possible meeting of the participants in Barnaul/Biysk (in advance).

If you arrive earlier or depart later than the scheduled timetable, if necessary will reserve a place for You at the hotel.

Day 2 — Transfer to Tungur village. Accommodation in a tent camp or home. Preparation of equipment, products to a two-day trip through valley of river Akkem.

Day 3 — Beginning of the active part of the route. The transfer Tungur – the kuzuyak pass (1513 m) – the meadow “Three birches”. Overnight in tents in the Parking lot “Three birches”. To save forces sometimes use the vehicle to drive to Parking lot “Three birches”. This is a separate adventure! If we use transport – overnight stay at comfortable accommodation for a camp on the Creek near the glacier waterfall tekelu. Transition 18 km (if not invasion) Continue reading

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