The route "Through the mountains to the Black Sea" opened for tourists in the Caucasus Reserve


The director of the Caucasian State Natural Biosphere Reserve signed an order to open route No. 30 "Through the mountains to the Black Sea" for tourist groups,- the press service of the reserve reports.

“After inspecting the trails, checking their readiness, marking, arranging parking lots, all 4 lines of route No. 30 are opened for hiking,” the message says.

Throughout the route (with the exception of minor sections) snowfields have melted. However, the staff of the reserve urges to observe the necessary security measures when passing the route, as well as to choose the right equipment for this time of year.

The conditions for visiting summer eco-tourist routes have not changed. You can issue a pass both at the box office of the Caucasian Reserve, and on the website:

In addition, the opening date of another route, No. 9 to Kardyvach Lake, has become known. It will be possible to go hiking to one of the most beautiful lakes of the reserve from June 12. You can find out about the procedure for obtaining a pass by phone: 7-8622-66-88-57. On the route, you must have your passport with you.

The rest of the routes of the Caucasian Reserve are still closed due to the large amount of snow on the trails and passes.

Caucasian Reserve - Caucasian State Natural Biosphere Reserve. The largest in territory and the oldest, specially protected natural area in the North Caucasus. Located within three constituent entities of the Russian Federation - Krasnodar Territory, the Republic of Adygea and the Karachay-Circassia Republic.

The reserve is located in the Western Caucasus, on the border of the temperate and subtropical climatic zones. It is the largest mountain-forest reserve in Europe. The total area of ​​the reserve is over 280 thousand hectares.