Baikal Lake Photogallery

Author: Dimitry Paranyushkin (on 18 May 2011)
   
"3 Brothers" rocks on Olkhon island   A view from our tent, Olkhon island   A Shaman place on Khoboy Cape on Olkhon island
         
   
Swimming in a mountain stream in Arshan (200 km from Irkutsk)   A Baikal beach in "7 Bays" area, 300 km from Ulan-Ude   People next to a bus stop, in Arshan.
         
   
Fishermen starting their boat (Korbulik, Svyatoy Nos Peninsula)   A view on Circum-Baikal (a village)   A local woman in Arshan village (she was renting her flat there).
         
   
"Gang" - Traveling by a fisherman boat on Baikal lake (Snake Bay, 2002)   A view on Circum-Baikal (116 km)   Cooking in a homestay in Gremyachinsk (Eastern shore of Baikal)
         

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Baikal Lake Photogallery

"3 Brothers" rocks on Olkhon island A view from our tent, Olkhon island A Shaman place on Khoboy Cape on Olkhon island Swimming in a mountain stream in Arshan (200 km from Irkutsk) A Baikal beach in "7 Bays" area, 300 km from Ulan-Ude People next to a bus stop, in Arshan.

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When we got to what we call "almost the end of the world" - Svyatoy Nos peninsula, we trekked into Korbulik village, which is a strenuous 2-hour walk up and down through the hills.

Gremyachinsk village - the first stop on lake Baikal

About 150 km from Ulan-Ude, there's Gremyachinsk village - the first stop on lake Baikal.