Vilyuchinsky Waterfall

Vilyuchinsky waterfall springs from one of volcano Vilyuchinsky’s glaciers. In the summer, after ice and névés have melted a small stream flows. Further down, near the base of the volcano, it falls from a height of 40km and forms Vilyuchinsky Waterfall. After this point the water loses itself in a snow field. It is part of South Kamchatka Nature Park.
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