Putorana plateau: instruction manual
A lost, inaccessible world under the protection of UNESCO, captivating with its beauty. Here the mountains have no peaks, and the canyons seem bottomless. Lakes are hundreds of kilometers long, and rivers fall off the rocks, forming cascades of waterfalls. People do not live here, there are no roads and hotels, and there are places where no human has ever set foot in. Being here is an achievement even for seasoned travelers.
HOW TO GET THERE?
WHY IS IT WORTH VISITING?
◉ Solve the mysteries of the polar day and night;
◉ Climb to the top of the mesa and sing so the echo is carried far away;
◉ Admire the fabulous northern lights;
◉ Visit the "crying rocks", dozens of waterfalls and canyons;
◉ Eat a lot of the healthiest Taimyr berries: cowberries, cloudberries, blueberries;
◉ Forget about cellular communication and finally hear the ringing silence;
◉ Taste local dishes of wild venison and delicious northern fish;
◉ Make your own routes and find yourself where no human has been;
◉ If you're lucky, see a UFO, well, or a Putorana snow sheep, or maybe all together.
WHEN IS BETTER TO GO?
WHAT TO TAKE WITH YOU?
◉ Good waterproof trekking boots and gumboots
◉ Set of moisture-wicking thermal underwear, fleece suit
◉ Backpack 40-50 liters
◉ Warm down jacket
◉ Mosquito nets and repellents
◉ Personal first aid kit
◉ Photo and video equipment with chargers (optional)
◉ Fishing tackle (optional)
◉ Binoculars (optional)
◉ Money in small bills for souvenirs
WHAT TO BRING FROM THE TRAVEL?
EXPEDITIONS AND TOURS: