Rafting on the one of the beautiest rivers in Bashkiria republic and Chelyabinsk region. As fara as Russia is multicultoral country Bashkiria using it’s own language – Bashkirian, and the river name means Moon’s river. It’s more than 500 km long but we going to raft only 30 km along it’s curly beautiful shapes thought the stunning rocks of South Urals. We will make stops and visit dry waterfalls and Kurgazak cave on the way. Ancient petroglyphes you could recognize on the rocks. And surely we explore Prityesi – that’s gorgeous rock wall up to 90 meters high that stretching along the river almost 2 km long.
It was widely used for transportation before the establishment of the South Ural’s railroad. The old believers came to this places when the ortodox church gained the power of reign.
|9.00 – 13.00||Transfer from Ekaterinburg to New Wharf village|
|13.00 – 14.00||Prepatation the boats and lunch time|
|15.00 – 19.00||Rafting to the Prityesi rocks.|
|19.00 – 21.00||Setting up the camp and lunch.|
|Night in the tent|
|9.00 – 10.00||Breakfast, dissasembling the camp|
|10.00 – 11.00||Visiting the cave “Kurgazakskaya”|
|11.00 – 15.00||Rafting to the Lakly village|
|15.00 – 16.00||Lunch|
|16.00 – 21.00||Disassembling the boats and transfer to Ekaterinburg|
This tour could be combined with another into a multiday South Ural tour.