Siberia Trekking - discover Russian nature
Trekking to Altai. Belukha mountain 2016.
Glenn Morris, New Zealand
«Firstly after so many overseas hikes I must say this one was certainly unique and at the top of the enjoyment status.
I am still amazed how nice everyone worked together enjoying their own experience of the wild Siberian wilderness.
I loved sharing the experience with such a huge age, hiking experience, culture, nationality and background diversity. Despite these differences it enhanced our fun together rather than making it an obstacle.
I learned and experienced a new Russian word “banya” that will stay with me for a while. I now know five Russian words!
The food was well chosen for providing the energy needed to zoom up the hills and send us off to sleep at night. When I compare it with the menus on many other trips I can see it was chosen by hikers for hikers.
I did admire the cheerful banter along the way listening and participating with interest when possible to fun conversations that always seems to pop up. »
Climbing up to Karatyurek pass
Trekking to Belukha area in August 2016. Participants from New Zealand, Columbia, USA, Germany and Denmark gathered in Barnaul and then went to Tyungur village. We were lucky enough to had a good weather mostly, and we could enjoy viewing distant ranges from the top
Campsite at Tukman stream, second day of hiking
On the ridge
Close to Tekelyu river with view to Belukha
Light in the dark
Akkem wall, Belukha mountain
Hiking up to Karatyurek pass
View from Karatyurek pass to Kucherla valley
Descent from Karatyurek pass
View to Karatyurek pass
Kucherla river valley