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Kamchatka trekking around Tolbachik

Dates: 1-12 September 2018
Days:11
Price:
(per person)
1200 €
Type:trekking
Length: 80
Start from Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskiy
level: moderate (trekking experience needed)

Kamchatka is famous as land of volcanoes and bears. We're going to hike in northern group of volcanoes, including Tolbachik and Klyuchevskaya (4750m). Tolbachik is a volcanic complex, consisting of two volcanoes, Plosky (flat) Tolbachik (3085 m) and Ostry (sharp) Tolbachik (3682 m), which as the names suggest are respectively a flat-topped shield volcano and a peaked stratovolcano. There was a huge eruption of Tolbachik in 1975, and recent one in 2012.
Activity of Klyuchevskaya Sopka was recorded last year.

Points of interest: impressive views to Klyuchevskaya and Tolbachik, clinker fields, bears and other animals.

Total distance is about 70km, but very changeable due to terrain. We're going to cross two passes with heights of 1200 and 1500m.

Please note, participants have to carry your personal things and part of shared food (about 4 kg).

day description km
1 1 Sep. Transfer to Kozyrevsk (500km),then changing vehicle, transfer to Kopyto campsite 25km. Accommodation: tent. 500
2 2 Sep. Hiking to Edelweis campsite. Short hike to Baranyii rocks 7
3 3 Sep. Hiking to Studyonaya river. 8
4 4 Sep. Hiking to Field of Mars campsite. Crossing old lava fields. 6
5 5 Sep. Hiking around Field of Mars. Visiting horizontal basalt pillars. 10
6 6 Sep. Hiking up to Tolbachik pass and descent to valley of Ledyanoy stream. Land of bears. 10
7 7 Sep. Hiking to Tolud pass, wide and open space. 5
8 8 Sep. Hiking to Kleshnya campsite with view to Lava fields. 12
9 9 Sep. Visiting area of active volcano areas. 15
10 10 Sep. Transfer from Kopyto campsite to Kozyrevsk by 4WD. Accommodation in lodge. 60
11 11 Sep. Transfer to P-Kamchatskiy by bus. 500

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