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More Access To White Sands
25.08.2013 18:57
More Access To White Sands

Tourist route towards white sands at sand mine in Buryatia is being improved.


Volunteers of Baikal National Park are developing trails towards white sands at Harginsky sand mine. They want to make this informative route more accessible. The quarry is located on the upper slopes of the Hargino honeydew hollow on north-western shore of Lake Baikal. It can be accessed in two ways – along the 11 km long path from Peschanaya Bay and then about 4-4,5 km by foot. Channels, trolleys and rails for sand transportation left over from sand mining industry can be observed further along the trail. 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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