Klyuchevskoy park is no doubt one of the most beautiful places you’ve ever seen in your life. It’s located on Kamchatka and today we want to tell you about it.
One of the signs indicating that you approach Kamchatka is bears walking along the roads and blocking your way. If you meet a bear in the wild, you should be extremely careful. It’s very important not to anger it.
At the beginning of the journey everything looks like you’re travelling about the Moscow Region.
The city of Milkovo, the only big settlement within many dozens of kilometers.
Very nice houses depicting Gagarin.
The bridge across the Kamchatka is not yet built so you’ll have to wait for the ferry which slowly moves from one bank to the other.
Here you are most likely to face another problem of Kamchatka (besides bears) – mosquitoes. Once you leave the bus, a swarm of greedy and insatiable mosquitoes immediately attacks you!
In the cab of the GAZ-66.
The rain washed away the road and the truck got stuck in the mud. The remaining way has to be covered on foot.
A sign near this uninhabited house of a forester reads “Welcome to Klyuchevskoy park”. Click to see the full size.
Ostry Tolbachik volcano.
Kamen volcano and Klyuchevskaya Sopka (the rear one).
Waiting till the rain stops.
Instead of green grass – rocks and snow covered with black sand.
And the Arctic Circle.
And this is what was left behind.
Smoking Bezymianny volcano.
The slope of Plosky Tolbachik volcano.
The panorama of Klyuchevskoy park. Click to see the full size.
Kamen and Bezymianny.
Some beautiful shots at sunset.
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At the end of the day the reddish moon rose above the horizon. It was so red that everybody thought it was the sun…