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Katun Reserve Is Open For Tourists
17.06.2015 23:04
Katun Reserve Is Open For Tourists

The second volunteer shift finished in the Katun’ Reserve, which took place in Katandinsky section of the reserve, as the official portal of the Republic of Altai reports. The volunteers from Kazan, accompanied by state inspectors, developed the trail in one of the most inaccessible areas of the reserve.

      The situation in this area got more complicated due to the spring floods, when the territory became almost impassable because of the large number of fallen trees, as the press centre of the reserve says. The volunteers removed the deadwood from the trail to Osinovskie lakes, strengthened blurred areas with stones and also removed the waste from the territory bordering the reserve.

      Now tourists visiting the Katun Reserve can easily access one of the attractions of the reserve - Osinovskie lakes.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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