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Hiking in Russia
Hiking in Ulan-Ude, Russia
The Adirondacks have more than 11,000 lakes and ponds, as well as 30,000 miles of rivers and streams. Almost half the six-million acre park in northern New York is state-owned, the forests laced by trails. Many, like the steep, short hike up and down Crane Mountain, pass nearly pristine waterways carved by glaciers and streams out of the rock.
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Hiking in Krasnodar, Russia
Home to one of the country's most popular resorts, Krasnaya Polyana Mountain Cluster hosted several ski competitions during the 2014 Winter Olympics. Located just a short drive from the Black Sea and the city of Sochi, the area offers well-maintained roads, stylish hotels, marked hiking paths, upscale shops, and ski and snowboarding slopes suitable for all skill levels. Set against the picturesque backdrop of the Caucasus Mountains, the area attracts visitors from around the world with its state-of-the-art cable cars, luxurious chalets, and traditional Russian saunas. The proximity to the sea allows you to spend the morning swimming and the afternoon crunching snow. For easy access from Sochi, use the railroad line built to connect the resort to the nearby airport.
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