A 150 km circular route will open on the Bolshaya Uralskaya Trail in 2024

A 150 km circular route will open on the Bolshaya Uralskaya Trail in 2024

Source: https://chel.travel
A new tourist route will appear on the Great Ural Trail in the Chelyabinsk region. Its opening is scheduled for next year. The route will connect cities, key natural attractions, industrial and cultural tourism facilities of the region. This was announced by the official tourist portal of the Chelyabinsk region.

"The route will include the city of Zlatoust, the Taganay National Park, Lake Turgoyak, the city of Miass, the Koshkul ecotrope, the Sunny Valley GLC and the Urenga Ridge. The total length of the segment will be 150 km," the message says.

According to the portal, the ring route will be the longest and busiest in the Urals. Its passage will take 5-7 days, taking into account overnight stays or in the format of a weekend hike for a long period of time.
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