The press service of the Teberdinsky National Park announced the closure of several routes due to the onset of the winter tourist season and changes in weather conditions.
In particular, the route No. 8 Amanauz Gorge to the Sufrudzhinsky Waterfalls is closed. At the same time, a visit is possible to the Devil's mill. Routes are also closed to the public: No. 7 Ptysh Waterfall, No. 11 Baduk Lakes and No. 13 Moussa-Achitara lakes. The report notes that other routes will be closed soon.
The National Park is located in a mountainous area with an altitude range from 1260 to 4047 meters above sea level. About 85% of the territory is located at an altitude of over 2000 meters above sea level. The uniqueness of the natural complex lies, among other things, in the presence of extensive areas of alpine and subalpine meadows on its territory. There are no such arrays of meadows in any other nature reserve in Russia.
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