Tourist cabins, stairs and parking will soon appear on one of the popular sites of the Daursky Reserve
Source: Ministry of Natural Resources of the Russian Federation
Visiting the Adon-Chelonsky section of the Daursky Reserve (Zabaikalsky Krai) will soon become more convenient, safer and more attractive for travelers. In the coming months there will be stairs, tourist cabins and parking. In particular, two metal lattice ladders will be erected on the "Adon-Chelon - Steppe Miracle" ecotrope in the most difficult areas – "Waters of the Celestial Empire" and "Stone Baba". This was announced on its website by the Roszapovedcenter.
"We have repeatedly examined the route and came to the conclusion that such facilities are needed on these sites. The constant recreational load leads to the fact that the gravelly soil and granite, consisting of large crystals, are destroyed. As a result, grooves and depressions are formed. Rains also aggravate the process: water erodes the soil, widens and deepens the pathway, washouts form. All this, of course, affects the vulnerable nature of the mountain steppe," said Tatiana Tkachuk, a leading researcher at the Daursky Reserve, whose words are quoted in the message.
She noted that equipped ascents and descents will also facilitate the movement of tourists and help to foster a careful attitude to nature.
In addition, since the unique landscape of Adon Chelon attracts more and more visitors every year, the question of how and where to accommodate tourists has become acute. Moreover, more and more guests of the reserve prefer to come by their own cars. In this regard, the construction of six guest houses and parking is currently planned.
"At the cordon, visitors can stay only in two modules, which are intended for researchers. And it is far to go back to the central estate in Nizhny Tsasuchey – almost 100 km. Therefore, a project was developed for the construction of guest houses and parking for transport," the words of its director Alexey Cherepitsyn are quoted on the website of the Daursky Reserve.
The new infrastructure will appear on the Adon-Chelonsky site within the framework of the federal project "Conservation of biological diversity and development of ecological tourism".
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