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The Great Baikal Trail

This is one of the first videos about the organization and the project Great Baikal Trail. Our projects are held on the shores of the unique Lake Baikal, the deepest and the oldest lake on the planet. The world experience shows that one of the only ways to preserve the extraordinary nature of the lake is to develop ecotourism. That’s why in 2003 we started creating the system of ecological trails.
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A few days ago, volunteers participating in GBT’s summer project “Land of the Barguzin Sable” (which took place in the south of Barguzinski, the very oldest nature Nature Reserve in Russia established 1916).
From July 29th to August 11th, 2014, nineteen people from different cities and towns in Russia (Moscow, St. Petersburg, Irkutsk, and Ust-Barguzin) and countries (Denmark, the USA, Germany, and France) led by Anna Gritsuk, the project foreman, spent 14 days away from civilization. The return of the outstanding and exciting “Land of the Barguzin Sable” trip!


Without any time to recover from her journey in Primorye building trails in the Sikhote-Alin Reserve, our tireless Natasha Ivanova led a group of volunteers on the project “Giants of the Siberian Taiga Forest” which took place on the Olkhinskoye plateau. Simultaneously, two of our other projects are taking place in Buryatia– “In the Wilds of Khamar-Daban 2” and “Land of the Barguzin Sable” in Baikalsky Nature Reserve and Barguzinsky Reserve, respectively.