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Mutnovzki Crater

The Kamchatka Peninsula stretches for 1000km and along its spine lie some of the world's most magnificent volcanoes. Many of these are active and some rise to well over 11,000 feet in height. One rough road serves the peninsula, thus many areas are very remote and can only be reached by helicopter, 4WD vehicle or on foot. Trekking here is an outstanding experience with a rich wildlife, salmon-filled rivers, campsites by hot springs or lakes, craters with fumaroles, steam jets, red-hot lavas and a wild coast line.

Klyuchevskaya Erupting courtesy Andrey Nechayev
Kitchen Tent
We offer several; programmes, two of those detailed below are scheduled trips:
  • Kamchatka (east) explores the rugged Pacific Coast Volcanoes and the most dramatic, active volcanoes of southern Kamchatka.
  • Kronotsky Reserve trek visits the world renowned Uzon Crater and Geyser Valley amongst other magnificent treasures of this remote area.
  • Klyuchevskaya Sopka 4688m - visit the northern volcanoes and ascend the highest summit in Kamchatka - requires ability to use crampons and ice axe. This programme is only available in the period mid-July to mid-August on request.
  • Cultural extensions available on request.
Many other scheduled and private group programmes are available on request.

More Scheduled Departures

Trek Name Grade
Southern Volcanos B/C 19 days 2/8/2012 €2500
Geologists Tour B 9 days 4/8/2012 €2690

Lenin in PPK
Lenin in Petropavlovsk

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