Add to favorite
Subscribe to our Newsletters Subscribe to our Newsletters Get Daily Updates RSS
russian visa

Journey To Chernaya Rechka (The Black Small River)
March 18, 2015 16:52


Chernaya Rechka can be accessed by sea, and it is better to have local professionals familiar with the peculiarities of the tides at the wheel. You will most probably have to dock a couple of kilometers from the village and go the rest of the way through the forest. Be careful while going through the forest: bear tracks can be seen every now and then. They say, lynxes and wolverines also live here.

A land route also exists - the workers of the biological station have worn a track to Chernaya Rechka throughout many decades. But before you start a journey, you should assess your real strength: you will have to walk 12 km, first through the imposing Lapshaginskoe swamp, then ascend a steep climb from Ermolinskaya Bay.

Although there are still old log roads of XVIII century (road, paved with logs) left in some places of Loukhsky District, but there are none of them on this trail. The communications networks in the village are not bad, 3G-Internet is best caught in front of the church, at the “Zvonilny Stone”. About seven years ago the cell network could be only caught here, and a queue of those wishing to speak stood near the stone – hence its name (“Calling Stone”).

Good water can be taken at a spring near the village: follow the broad forest road from the church and turn to the right at the first clearing. The spring has been consecrated, and its water is very cold, but tasty.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Chernaya Rechka     

Next Previous

You might also find interesting:

Industrial Tourism Of Tver Is it safe to be a tourist in Moscow? Altai: Plan Your Trip To Tigerek Weekend Tourism In Kazan Khibiny Travel Tips

Comment on our site

RSS   twitter   facebook   submit

Bookmark and Share

search on the map
Russian Summer Soups  Charity  Transaero  Igor Akinfeyev  invest  Russian ballet dancers  Film Festivals  Exhibitions in Moscow  Republic of Bashkortostan  Russian Wood Carving  Paulina Andreyeva  Russian Poets  Russia Travel Tips  3D Mapping Show  Moscow Metro  Russian opposition activists  Russian gas  Yermak  Russian Cinema  Open-Air Concerts  Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia  travel to Russia  Festivals in Moscow  Russin Universities  MATIW  Omsk Fortress  Russian tourism  Syria  Music Festivals  Buddhism  Paul Klee  Russian business  Far East  Boris Grigoriev  Elections 2012  Literary Museums  Vakhtangov Theatre  Nalchik  train tickets for Russia  Russian Astronauts  Russian Metro  Stanislavsky International Festival  Russian Museums   Russian regions  Mikhail Bulgakov  Russian travel destinations  Moscow  freedom of speech in Russia  St. Petersburg  Marine Biology 

Travel Blogs
Top Traveling Sites