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Traveling through amazing Russian “Katu-Yaryk” mountain pass

Katu-Yaryk is one of the most incredible adventures we have ever seen

Pass Katu-Yaryk, Russia – is both entertaining and impressive. Descends into the valley r.Chulyshman on a slope of 70% (the height of 800 m, length – 3,5 km). Further, on the bottom of the canyon it drives to the southern. Teletskoje part of the lake, which occupies the second place in the depths of Russia after Lake Baikal.

Chulyshman – the biggest of the rivers flowing to the lake, and its share of water of the lake is about 70%. Chulyshman originates in Lake Dzhulukul at an altitude of 2200 meters above sea level and empties into the southern part of the lake Teletskoye, forming a delta.

What do you need to know about Katu-Yaryk

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Between them – the island Kamain. Length of Chulyshman is more than 200 kilometers. From Lake Dzhulukul river goes under a small slope on plateau, then the slope increases and then pass Katu-Yaryk flow where velocity increases significantly. The walls are high and tributaries form a series of high waterfalls.

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Left tributary Bashkaus – as the famous “great and terrible” rafting river, part of which is almost impassable rapids for rafters.

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The highest water level observed in Chulyshman is in early summer. When heavy rains may be significant flooding.

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Road comes to Teletskoye Lake in the north, at the source of the river Biya.

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Arrival of tourists in the Altyn-Tuu is precisely through Teletskoe lake.

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The road through the mountains. In the valley Chulyshman is only one road on land.

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Along the way, the road passes in the colored rocks – Red Gate.

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Relax on the trout lake, including fishing – 120 USD per person a day.

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All we can say is It’s worth it.

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