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Tours to Putorana Plateau

Sakhalin
Nenets Autonomous Okrug
Go on a trip to the Russian Grand Canyon, the Putorana plateau, and discover the highest waterfalls in Asia fallowing into the lakes with the purest fresh water. The Putorana plateau is a nature reserve inscribed on the World Heritage List. The plateau is absolutely uninhabited. Go trekking or snowmobiling in this amazing and unexplored place!

Tour to the Russian Grand Canyon ?

What about the organized tour to the north of Siberia? In the heart of the Krasnoyarsk Krai, there is a Putorana plateau. It’s 800 meters above sea level and its square is 250 000 km², equivalent to the United Kingdom’s square. There are abundant waterfalls. Among them, the waterfall Talnikov, the highest one in Asia. As the Putorana plateau is situated beyond the Polar Circle, It’s possible to observe the northern lights and, if you travel in summer, to see the Polar day when the sun doesn’t go down. You will see the wild animals: the reindeers migrate crossing the rivers and the wolves go at their heels. The snow sheeps climb the mountains, the lakes are full of fish and the bears are always about somewhere.

Trekking tour to Siberian mountains

The tours to the Putorana plateau are mainly organised in summer because of hard access: only by boat or helicopter. In summer the temperature is not higher than 16°C. If you like active tours, the trekking tour is a good possibility to reach the rare mountains and places of the plateau. You will arrive there by boat, you will keep aboard the lakes, climb the mountains and live among this wild nature. Also, you will see the ancient sites of Evenks.

Snowmobiling in the canyon

Do you like winter sports? Go on the snowmobile to the canyon searching for a real adventure! Fishing in the Dupkun lake with such pure water as in the Baikal lake and admire the breathtaking views of icefalls, canyons and ice-covered lakes.

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