Shavlinskie Lake

Are you bored with the monotonous journey at sea? Do you dream away from civilization, and to touch the virgin Mother Nature? Do you want an active holiday an unforgettable experience, eccentricity? Then boldly go in Altai mountain! Horse trip to the lakes in Shavlinskim vysokore not leave anyone indifferent. Travel is divided into several stages. First you have to get to the tract Sargoldik, from which begins the route. It located six kilometers from the village of White Ongudai Bom district. The village is Barangol base camp where you get the necessary equipment. Tracts of Sargoldik you have to move to the pass-Tian Han, planned Overnight at Lake Kara-Kul. Once on top of the pass, you will see the highest point of the mountain of Altai – g.Beluha (4506 meters above sea level).

The next day you will walk 36 km through the tract and Bahsyrga Tyldys-Kel. Tyldys-Kul (in other Eshtykel) – a small lake in the middle of the valley. The name literally translates as "star Podnebesnoye lake." This path will lead you to the "wise." Arrow – a place where two rivers join and Shavla Shaboga. It should be stay for the night. In the morning, going 10 km you will reach the Lower Lakes Shavlinskogo (1983 m asl). Here is a magnificent sight – on the crystal clear turquoise surface of the lake reflects the snow-capped mountain range – Tale, and dream of beauty. The natural and flawless beauty of nature, untouched by civilization. Middle and upper lakes Shavlinskim you go on foot (12 km).

In Lake Superior you gaze at the glacier, called the Shavlinskoy horseshoe. After 24 miles on horseback you arrive at the bustling p. Shavla. You will walk her to wade. This is followed by a transition along a narrow path through the taiga in the valley g.Tongul (2618 m). There's a magnificent landscape of a picturesque valley with hidden corners. Go to North Chui ridge back to the tract Sargoldik promises you enjoy views of ancient glaciers. Journey comes to an end. We wish you many pleasant impressions and pleasant memories.

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