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yotaml27  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, April 7, 2015 2:58:22 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

I have some time to explore the dream kamch.

After seeing this article: http://www.haaretz.co.il/news/world/asia/.premium-1.2609093

I realized I should just move on and travel destination.

Then I looked all over Russia, a country so big, and I thought to myself, that can't be it trekking.

And like any trip, the first place I look for information is the Forum. (Search in the Forum of the words ' Russia ' ו'קמצ'טקה ' yielded no results)

Perfect for trekking and hiking or visiting Russia and/or kamch and can give some tips?

Thanks in advance and happy,

Yotam

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io_travel  
#2 Posted : Tuesday, April 7, 2015 3:15:57 PM(UTC)
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Hey being,

You may find information useful to you here:

Kamchatka ב"סיפור through(I started the article" "monthly of kamch background and tips)

Sounds amazing goal!!! Good luck

אבי מלניקוב  
#3 Posted : Saturday, April 11, 2015 11:17:36 AM(UTC)
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Hi Yotam! I came to Moscow in two weeks (22.4.15)! I plan to explore Kamchatka and Altai more big open, I don't have a time limit and I'm totally open to atzoth! Contact me if you are interest or here or email: avimelnikov2 @ gmail
Good day com
יואבש  
#4 Posted : Friday, April 24, 2015 10:54:36 AM(UTC)
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No where really to travel in Russia, and has a decent amount of information. However, Kamchatka and Altai far thousands of miles apart.

In my experience, in Michael is probably the simplest, and amazing views.

In the Northwest of Michael Severobaikalsk has several seemingly successful treks, I did just day trips

South Island Olkhon Baikal has never been there, but it's very familiar and should have information in English

In the East there's the Baikal Svatoi Nos, traveled there in aggregate 10 days, highly recommended, there is a center that you can climb it, and walking along the beach to warm springs.

In Altai was briefly named Aktru glacier there you can explore another Lake and didn't get a chance to visit. Besides there are the Ural and Sayan.

In short, no, and some Russian and goodwill can travel anywhere.

Should consider distances and expensive flights, train full of mosquitoes, and nobody speaks English.

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