12 days / 11 nights
Novosibirsk/ Gorno-Altaisk/ Barnaul – Ust-Koksa – Kucherla River – Kucherlinskoye Lake – Kara-Turek – Belukha Mountain – Lake Ak-Kem – Ak-Kemskiy Glacier and Chapel – Mountain Spirits Lake – Gorge of the Ak-Oyuk River in the Valley of Seven Lakes – Valley Yarlu – Ak- Kem River – Ust-Koksa – Novosibirsk/ Gorno-Altaisk/ Barnaul
Ages: 14 – 65+
Starting Point: Novosibirsk/Barnaul/ Gorno-Altaysk
Ending Point: Novosibirsk/Barnaul/ Gorno-Altaysk
Everyone who is seriously engaged in yoga knows the importance of the classroom. Techniques used at home or in the gym, do not have the effect that classes held in nature or in places of particular concentration of energy. We invite you to do yoga in the most beautiful and harmonious places of the Altai region: Uimon Valley, Lake Kucherlinskoye and Belukha Mountain. For a long time this mountain is considered not only the most beautiful natural sight, but also a place of mystical power. Here the Altai shamans communicate with the spirits – after all, according to the deep conviction of the Altaians, Belukha is the place of gods and spirits. It is also claimed that there is an entrance to the Siberian Shambhala, which is impossible to see without possessing spiritual vision. Belukha has a completely unique geographic location, equidistant from three oceans: the Pacific, the Arctic and the Indian. It is the central vertex of the mainland of Eurasia. Belukha is a very strong mountain. It is a kind of energy bridge between the earth and the cosmos, which produces a harmonizing effect on people, increasing their sensitivity and love of nature. Hatha Yoga Instructor is Svetlana Ufimtseva. Yoga tours with Svetlana are held for the 10th year! We invite you to enjoy the nature of Altai and be filled with the energy of nature and yoga.