Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky - Palana - river Lesnaya - river Pravaya Lesnaya - river Shvitkityna - Central Range - Ossora - Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
After arrival to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Kamchatka we shall continue further north to Palana. From there we shall start our skiing trip. We shall cross the Kamchatka Peninsula where it is most narrow, going from the Sea of Okhotsk to the Bering Sea. We shall ascend the Tsentralny [Central] Mountain Range and then go down following the frozen rivers. In times gone by this was the route which Koryak warriors in their dog sleds took when they set off on their military campaigns, going east against the Chukchi or west against the Yukaghirs. Today this route is used for the final leg of Beringia, the international dog sled race. We shall be spending the nights in tents set up around the blazing campfire. Our trip will terminate in Ossora township.
Route mileage on ski: 210 km
Number of days: 14
Meeting point: Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky
Expected temperature range during the trip: minus 10 to minus 20 degrees Centigrade
Average wind speed: 4 m/s
Number of participants: 4-8 people
Cost: 2000 EUR
Club members' discount - 7%
* Trek program can be changed due the weather conditions, physical conditions of participants, other reasons
- all transfers on the route
- instructor’s service
- rent of common equipment (tents, cooking equipment, GPS, etc.)
Additional expenses: travel expenses to and from initial meeting place, rent of personal equipment, visits of cafes and restaurants, personal expenses.
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