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New Tourist Zone In Belokurikha
28.08.2014 18:53
New Tourist Zone In Belokurikha
(Source: http://www.biletservis-tomsk.ru/202)

A modern tourist zone which will become a part of the future resort “Belokurikha-2” is being created in the Altai Territory. According to the plans of developers, the tourist zone will be divided into two parts: the southern one (near the Sukhaya Griva Mountain) and the northern one (near the Glukharikha brook).

      The investors will build hotel and entertainment complexes on the territories of the German and the Alpine villages In addition, 16 tourist routes are certified today, three of them will be officially launched soon, as the Internet portal belokurikha.ru reports.

      “We will launch a seven-kilometer horse route from “Belokuriha-2” to the Sukhaya Griva Mountain in the nearest future. The tourists will be able to enjoy the local landscapes from four viewing platforms which will be equipped near natural monuments” - the Director General of “Belokurikha” Resort” CJSC Konstantin Yezhov said.

      “The second route nine kilometers long is laid to Iskrovskoe field. It can already be passed not only by horse, but also by an all-terrain vehicle. Finally, the third route leads to Osinovka village. It is, in my opinion, the most interesting one from the educational point of view, since it includes a visit to the former wolframium mine and the abandoned villages - Osinovka and Sosnovka. In the future it will also be passable for cars.”


Sources: http://strana.ru 


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Belokurikha     

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