This picture shows orange and red talus from the crater. Its height is 2.285 m. According to some sources, the last eruption occured in 1923.
Let’s go up.
Here we are! You can feel the heat coming from the ground with streams of hot water running out. It smells like hydrogen sulfide.
Check out the video to imagine the atmosphere more vividly.
This collection of photos can be called “Encounter with a bear”.
There are plenty of bears in Kamchatka and some people living here may probably be used to seeing them face to face. Are you?
In this house you will find a spring where you could take some mineral water. It smells like hydrogen sulfide too.