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Winter Walk to Narzan Springs
December 31, 2017 19:39


(Source: http://inextrim.ru/tury-v-prielbruse)

Tourists will be able to walk to Narzan springs wearing snowshoes and ride snowmobiles in the area of mountainous climatic resorts of Krasnaya Polyana. Thus, a walk through the snow-covered forest to the springs with a guide will take one hour, whereas a travel on snowmobiles with an instructor will take from 30 minutes to 4 hours.

According to the press service of the resort, four routes are available for rides on snowmobiles through the Caucasian reserve this winter. They begin on the cordon of Pslukh in the mountains of Sochi. People are transferred to it by off-road cars. The simplest route is the “Training Route”.

It is a ring road with a length of more than 2.2 km. A good continuation of a ride through the ring road will be the “Snow Forest” route taking 30 minutes. It goes from the cordon of Pslukh to the Pslukh Narzan springs and back. You can also ride a snowmobile from the cordon to the Engelman Glades. A 32-km-long route will take about three hours.

The Engelman Glade is a place for recreation and acquaintance with the Caucasian noble deer in their nursery. The most complicated route with a length of 44 km meant for four hours goes to the Aishkha viewing platform through the Engelman Glades.


Sources: http://lenta.ru 

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

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