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The Route.

Along the Great Siberian River

On July 19, 2004 the participants of the expedition took a flight from Moscow to Magadan. In Magadan they would be hosted by Professor Arkady Maksimov, the Director of the Arctic Scientific Centre of the Far East Branch of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR.

The explorers will start their expedition on August 1, 2004 at the place of confluence of the Ayan-Yuryakh River and the Kyly the source of the great Kolyma River.

The first part of the route will pass along the River. Thus, the explorers will use a kayak and plan to reach the Yakutsky settlement Zyryanka, where they will make a stop and wait till winter comes.

In winter 2004-2005 the explorers will continue their route during the polar night along the ice of the frozen River to the Chersky settlement, situated at the mouth of the Kolyma River.

From Chersky the team will fly back to Moscow. According to the schedule this will take place in April, 2005.


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