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Siberia

Though it’s true that Siberia really does live up to its reputation of sprawling, barren, freezing tundra, there’s much more to it. From Omst Oblask in the west, to the furthest northern reaches of Taymyria, and as far east as Chita Oblast on the border with China, it covers more than 5.1 million square miles. It has swampy plains, dense taiga thickets and forests, packed with rare and beautiful flora and fauna; it has soaring mountains set with sparkling glacial lakes and pretty cities whose streets are lined with historical architecture.

Such varied terrain is, of course, highly conducive to a huge range of interests and pursuits. The glorious Altai Mountains, for example, as well as being breathtakingly beautiful, are an enduringly popular destination for hiking, trekking and white water rafting. Not forgetting Lake Baikal - the jewel of Siberia - which is one of the deepest and purest lakes in the world. Dotted with islands and fringed with mountains, Baikal is one of Siberia’s most precious treasures and its magical drawing force is not to be resisted. 

Though it’s true that Siberia really does live up to its reputation of sprawling, barren, freezing tundra, there’s much more to it. From Omst Oblask in the west, to the furthest northern reaches of Taymyria, and as far east as Chita Oblast on the border with China, it covers more than 5.1 million square miles. It has swampy plains, dense taiga thickets and forests, packed with rare and beautiful flora and fauna; it has soaring mountains set with sparkling glacial lakes and pretty cities whose streets are lined with historical architecture.

Such varied terrain is, of course, highly conducive to a huge range of interests and pursuits. The glorious Altai Mountains, for example, as well as being breathtakingly beautiful, are an enduringly popular destination for hiking, trekking and white water rafting. Not forgetting Lake Baikal - the jewel of Siberia - which is one of the deepest and purest lakes in the world. Dotted with islands and fringed with mountains, Baikal is one of Siberia’s most precious treasures and its magical drawing force is not to be resisted. 

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Breaking the Ice: Discovering Siberia’s Lake Baikal

Breaking the Ice: Discovering Siberia’s Lake Baikal

Author : Jay Tindall
Baikal is the deepest and purest lake on the planet, a frozen sea in the heart of Siberia and an adventurer's icy paradise of driving, helicopters, and dog sleds. From the Old Believers to the Buryat bone crushers, its shores and islands are sacred to those who call Baikal home.
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Into the Wilds of Kamchatka

Into the Wilds of Kamchatka

Author : Jay Tindall
Kamchatka is a mysterious destination in Russia's Far East, located along the “Ring of Fire” and known for its more than 200 volcanoes and diverse wildlife.
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Into the Altai Mountains:  An Epic Siberian Road Trip

Into the Altai Mountains: An Epic Siberian Road Trip

Author : Jay Tindall
After exploring the charming Siberian cities of Tomsk and Novosibirsk for a day apiece, I prepared to plunge deep into the Altai mountains, a majestic range that runs along the borders of Mongolia, China and Kazakhstan.
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Remote Landscapes: Sights of Siberia

Remote Landscapes: Sights of Siberia

Author : Remote Lands
Here is a collection of our favorite natural sites from Siberia - one of the most expansive and sparsely-populated regions of our planet.
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