In the first half of the project, it is planned to climb the Chersky Stone, from where a picturesque view of the source of the Angara River opens. In the second half of the project, if the group is in good physical condition, a one-day trip along the trail to the village of Bolshie Koty is possible, ascent to the Skriper cliff (which offers an excellent view of South Baikal), a bathhouse.
On the first day of the project, volunteers will have to walk on foot with their personal equipment from Listvyanka to the Emelyanikha Pad (~ 6 km). On the last day of the volunteers' project, a 15-kilometer walk along the trail from Emelyanikh Paddy to the village of Bolshie Koty awaits.
During the work of volunteers, they are expected to move along the trail for a distance of 2-3 km, work with tools (shovels, picks, etc.), drag and drop logs, stones and other types of physical activity. Sometimes you will need to carry your things, camp equipment and food.
The volume of your backpack should be at least 70 liters. In connection with the peculiarities of the local climate, it is necessary to take a jacket from rain and wind, a warm sweater and trousers. Also pay attention to shoes - they should be comfortable, light and non-slip.
We strongly advise you to familiarize yourself with the list of necessary equipment, information on tick-borne safety, as well as general information for BBT volunteers.