The basic tours

  1. Siberia
  2. Far East, Primorye
  3. • Avacha Volcano (Kamchatka)
  4. • Annachag (Magadan region)
  5. • Bahapcha (Magadan region)
  6. • Bastak (Jewish Autonomous Region)
  7. • Gilyuy (Amur region)
  8. • Dzhugdzhur Mountain (Khabarovsk region)
  9. • Dusse-Alin (Khabarovsk region)
  10. • Zeya river (Khabarovsk region)
  11. • Kunashir Island (Kuril Islands)
  12. • Koryakia (Kamchatka)
  13. • Commander Islands (Kamchatsky District)
  14. • Cedar Valley (Primorye)
  15. • Maya river (Khabarovsk region)
  16. • Nora river (Amur Region)
  17. • Nalycha Volcano (Kamchatka)
  18. • Omulevka river (Magadan region)
  19. • Paramushir Island (Kuril Islands)
  20. • Sakhalin Island and Moneron Island
  21. • Sikhote-Alin (Primorye)
  22. • Alaid Heart (Kamchatka)
  23. • Talan Island (Magadan region)
  24. • Tolbanchik Volcano(Kamchatka)
  25. • Tiger Place (Khabarovsk region)
  26. • Uzon volcano (Kamchatka)
  27. • Shantar islands (Khabarovsk region)
  28. • Yakutia
  29. Center
  30. South and Povolgie
  31. Northwest
  32. Altai, Khakassia, Tuva
  33. Urals
  34. Polar expeditions
  35. Central Asia
  36. Crimea

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Far East, Primorye | Uzon volcano (Kamchatka)

     

Uzon volcano is a 9 by 12 km volcanic caldera located in the eastern part of Kamchatka Peninsula. Together with the Geyzernaya caldera it hosts the largest geothermal field in the Kamchatka Peninsula. The calderas were formed in the mid- Pleistocene in several large eruptions that deposited 20–25 km3 of iqnimbrite over a wide area. Lake Dalny fills a Holocene maar in the northeast of Uzon caldera.

The Uzon caldera is a location of the occurrence of extremophile micro-organisms due to its high localized temperatures.

Mutnovsky volcano is a complex volcano located in the southern part of Kamchatka Peninsula. It is one of the most active volcanoes of southern Kamchatka; the latest eruption was recorded in 2000. At the foot of the Mutnovsky lies a geyser field, popularly known as the Lesser Valley of Geysers.


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Far East, Primorye | Uzon volcano (Kamchatka) | Summer 2013

Tour  - Helicopters and motor vehicles tour to volcanoes of Kamchatka Tour . Uzon ( Russian: Узон) is a 9 by 12 km volcanic caldera located in the eastern part of Kamchatka Peninsula. Together with the Geyzernaya caldera it hosts the largest geothermal field in the Kamchatka Peninsula. The calderas were formed in the mid-Pleistocene in several large eruptions ...
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