Free residential and sanitary modules have been installed for tourists traveling along the “United Ural” route – on the way from the Manpupuner Plateau to the Dyatlov Pass. Each “house” is equipped with internal and external lighting. Tourists will find gas, firewood, a first aid kit, charging devices for gadgets, an oven, tables, four beds, a lighthouse in each module.
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These are designed for comfortable accommodation of eight people, but they can accommodate even more people, if needed. The tour operator plans to install five more residential and three sanitary modules on the route leading to the Dyatlov Pass until the end of August.
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Author: Anna Dorozhkina