10 Winter Roads

Winter Roads

Posted on February 14, 2007 by

In Russia some villages can be accessed only in Summer – when there are no rains and ground is firm or only in winter when ground is frozen and firm. Of course not on the regular passenger car but on some kind of SUV or tractor. And during the spring and fall when there is a lot of water – none can access those villages.

Here are some photos of winter roads in the middle of the Russian forest.

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10 responses to “Winter Roads”

  1. Delicious says:

    The english word for that is gnarly.

  2. Alex says:


  3. Bishop Brennan says:

    The Lada Niva got through that large pothole/lake without any problems. Kudos to Soviet engineering.

  4. boklm says:

    are there villages behind thoses roads ?

  5. mik3 says:

    hahahahaha :D:D:D that’s really funny for some reason.

  6. Alex_AW says:

    Forest road in Russia ??? Sounds funny! I’ve seen only two photos with a road here. There’s a river at first four and at two last pictures. At the rest two isn’t a road at all.

  7. Yes that looks well cool, wicked!

  8. Reminds me of my days is SA

  9. Wilbur says:

    These are extreme areas. how would want to live in those areas? unless of course they have all that they need. A self sustaining area could only hold a village like these or a very one that can afford choppers and planes like most mining areas.

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