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BAIKAL CAMP

Expedition to "Hunter`s" cave, southern Baikal Lake region, 2008

Expedition of Baikal-Adventure team to the Northern Baikal and BAM rail road area. (October 2006)

 Ethnographical expedition to the last settelment of Evenk people and exploration of old prisons of former USSR times (GULAG). We have made half an hour DVD movie out of  this trip, so if you are interested to have more information about this amazing area you can order  this DVD disc by post from our company.    

 
Expedition "L`Odyssy Siberienne", Nicolas Vanier, Fr.
27 November - 19 March Winter 2005 - 2006

 For winter season 2005 - 2006 I (Anton Kuzmin) was hired to work with French expedition "L`Odyssee Siberienne" of famous adventure traveller Nicolas Vanier.  Expedition had covered route distance over 8000 km from Baikal lake through wild and cold Siberian lands up to Moskow. The main idea of expedition - to make a journey on dogteam sledge across whole Siberia in one winter and to make movie about that trip.

I have worked for expedition like a translator, pathfinder and trailbreaker on snowmachine. The expedition had covered the distance over 8.5 thousand km through wintry Russia for a period of 3.5 months.

You can find more information and photos from this expedition on www.nicolasvanier.com

 

 Expedition "Baikal-Belukha", Twan van Bakel and Monique van den Broek, Netherlands. Summer 2005

Baikal-Adventure company has organized informational, logistic and equipment support for Baikal-Belukha expedition. Project started with cycling from Baikal lake through Tunka valley (Sayanas mountains) and continued with trekking and climbing trip to Munku-Sardik peak (3495). After that travellers made a  pass over to the Tuva republic.

Find more on www.baikalbelukha.com