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The Great Valdai Trail will be Extended for Travelers by 121 km
16.12.2020 10:45
The Great Valdai Trail will be Extended for Travelers by 121 km

The Great Valdai Trail, which length is  59 km, will be extended by another 121 km.

      It is planned to extend the trail to the north by 78 kilometers, and in 2023, by another 43 kilometers to the south.

      Thus, the total length of the trail will be 180 km. In the north, it will reach the city of Okulovka with an access to the Moscow-St. Petersburg railway, and in the south it will reach the tourist pearl of Russia - Lake Seliger.

      The walking route through the protected areas of the picturesque Valdai Upland will be comfortable for travelers.  The main part of the trail runs through the territory of the national park. There are five base camps and four intermediate halts for spending the night on the trail. Tourists walk across five bridges and decks.  A 25-meter observation tower was built at the top of the 296-meter Ryzhokha mountain, the highest in the Novgorod region.

Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Seliger Valdai    

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