We invite you to visit the Avacha volcano (2751 m) – one of the most active volcanoes of Kamchatka peninsula. During the prehistoric period, the eruptions of the volcano were of catastrophic nature and caused the creation of caldera. Later the new cone was formed in the caldera. For the last 250 year the volcano has erupted 13 times, the last eruption was recorded in 1991, when the whole city was covered with thick layer of ash and its residents were able to see hot lava flowing down its slopes.
You will be transferred to the foot of Avacha volcano, where you will have a chance to observe the surrounding and ski down its slopes.
Included: double accommodation, visa invitation and registration, transfers per program, lunch, guide, cook, English-speaking interpreter services
Note: the steepness of slopes of the Avacha volano is 15 - 35°. Vertical gain of the route – 1700 m, length of slopes– 5 – 7 km.
For further information on trip schedule, please, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (4152) 46-14-00, 416-874