Great photos-my "Bucket List" looks tame in comparison.
Really enjoyed it-thanks for sharing!!
Any dream is a good dream, follow your dreams!
Now that's adventure! Thanks for the stories.
That was the farthest I've ever been. It was very emotional.
That's real adventure, i wish i can say some day, but you never know.
Never say some day, pick a day and go for it. 'some day' never comes.
Chris and Laverna, thank you for the awesome and inspiring trip report. I have only been to St. Petersburg, Russia (after a 10 day Norway bike trip), but I only imagine the joys, challenges and excitement of travelling in such a remote region of Russia. Extraordinary and compelling landscape, mountains and towns. Quite the adventure.
Thank-you for the reply, it was a very inspring adventure for me. I realize that I can handle tough and foreign areas. The next plan is Bolivia for my 50th birthday in November 2014. Bike trips are so satisfying because you use your own power! Hope you plan another bike adventure.
What an amazing trip. I enjoyed reading your story.
Thanks for sheering.
It was an amazing adventure! even amazing to keep in touch with our Russian friends on FB and email. Never thought I would have friends in Russia! Thanks for reading!
Thank you for sharing. Great adventure story!
Thanks for reading! it was an emotional trip being so far from home but now I realize that I can go further physically and push myself to go amazing places!
you guys have balls made of balls! what an adventure!
Thanks! that is why I am such a great outdoor partner, I will tough it out!! ball bearings of steel!
Thanks! we all have pieces of adventure in us, big and small. It will be a big plan for Bolivia for my 50th birthday!
Did you attack Alaska from there? You will love Bolivia btw.
We drove to Alaska in three days from our town in Alberta, Canada, but we didn't attack (LOL) any mountains yet.
What an adventure - that area just made it into my "bucket" - and it is great that you mix in some of the cultural details as well. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks! it was a amazing trip and we still keep in touch with our Kamchatka friends! FYI, a tourist visa is only one month. We had to get a business visa so we could stay for 2 months. It is a lot of paper work. We can help with info when your 'bucket time' arives!
Well read your great travel report, thanks. I also want to climb Klyuchevskaya this summer with my wife. Can you give me some tips?
1.You've been there without guide, no problem to find route?
2.Is there any suitable place to biwak on the way to summit from 3200 camp? for exemple, around 4000m..
3.How was rockfalls on the way to summit?
4.i've heard the sand near summit was so loose that the feet sink down into it up to the knee and higher, it was worse walking than in deep snow...how was the crumbly scoria?
5.Should i bring GPS for bad weather?
6.was dangerous the ice crevasses on the crest of the glacier?
7.is permit necessary in Klyuchi?
8.How much money did you spent for this travel?
So many question...thanks a lot.