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Altai trekking to Shavla lake

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Dates: 3 - 13 July 2018
Days:11
Price:
(per person)
620 €
Type:trekking
Includes:all transfers during the tour
meals during hiking
all permits and passes
one night in lodge after trekking
banya after trekking
horse support for food and tents
Excludes:visa fees
flights
accommodation in Barnaul
renting of personal equipment
travel insurance
drinks and extra charges in hotels
cafe and personal expenses in city and on the road
Length: 1200km by car, 100km on foot
Start from Barnaul
level: moderate (trekking experience needed)

Altai trekking tour to Shavla and Maashey valleys.

Altai is a pearl of Siberia, one of the most beautiful and scenic places in Russia. One told trekking in Altai is impressive as trekking in Himalaya. Majestic snow-capped mountains rise above green valleys of Chuya river.

During this tour we will see variety of landscapes: steppes, forests, mountains, glaciers and lakes.

We will meet in Barnaul, then we will drive along Chuensis road to Chibit village. Picturesque surroundings changes from woodland scenery to mongolia-like deserted mountains. Chibit is a small village lost in the hills.

Pictures of Altai trekking are available here:
trekking 2017
trekking 2016

Please note, personal stuff will be carried in backpacks. Food and tents will be carried by horses. Participants have to be able to walk to 7 hours per day, sometimes on uneven terrain.

Cooking on fire, participants are taken to be involved into process - gathering woods, carrying water for cooking.


List of equipment
- backpack, warm sleeping bag (with extreme temperature to -15 celsius), sleeping pad
(warm sleeping bag, sleeping mat and backpack can be rented, if you write us in advance).
- trekking shoes, light shoes for river wading and day's rest
- rain jacket, pants, fleece pullover, thermal underwear, socks (2 pairs of cotton and 1 pairs of warm trekking socks), cap, raincoat
- the dishes (mug, spoon, bowl and knife)
- forehead lamp
- matches, personal first-aid kit, dental paste with tooth brush, tissue

day description km
1 3rd July. Transfer Barnaul - Chibit. We will pass through two passes - Seminskiy and Chike-Taman. View to confluence of Chuya and Katun rivers. We will arrive in the evening to Chibit, small village in the mountains. Accommodation in tent close to Chuya river. 600
2 4th July. Start of trekking. Path goes up with impressive view to Chibit and Chuya river, crossing Chuya by bridge. Then we will go up valley of Oroy. Overnight at Oroy pass with view to Kurayskiy mountain range. Altitude of campsite is 2100m. 12
3 5th July. Oroy brooklet - Oroy pass - Yeshtykkel highland-Shabaga river.
Hiking over the highland, descent to Shabaga river. Camp at Shavla river. Altitude of campsite is 1700m.
15
4 6th July. Reaching Shavla lakes. There are two lakes, big one and small one. Big Shavle lake has intense turquoise color. Beautiful view to glaciers and mountains. Altitude of campsite is 2000m. 7
5 7th July. Hiking to glaciers. Terrain is uneven and you have to go carefully. There are ibexes sometimes in that place. Impressive view from top to Shavla lake. 17
6 8th July. Return to Shabaga river. Hiking in the valley of coniferous trees. 10
7 9th July. Ascend to highland, walking on plateau (altitude is 2300m), descent to Karakabak valley. This valley is closed by moraine. Campsite is in picturesque place surrounded by streams. 15
8 10th July. Descent to Maashey valley, views to glaciers of Maashey-bashi mountain. Campsite is supported by locals offering round breads and milk products. Altitude of campsite is 1800m. 12
9 11th July. Hike to plateau with view of glaciers. There is Kara-Kel lake which means «Black» on altitude 1950m. 15
10 12th July. Hiking to the road, crossing Chuya river on bridge. Transfer to Chibit. Accommodation in lodge. Banya. 10
11 13th July. Transfer to Barnaul. 600

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