Klyuchevskaya Sopka

Klyuchevskaya Sopka – an active volcano on the Kamchatka Peninsula, the highest and most active on the continent, age of the volcano is about 7,000 years.

Kamchatka – a world of volcanoes, large and small, extinct for ever and active. On the territory of this region are located over three hundred volcanoes. Active are about thirty, but the most amazing and powerful is the only one – Klyuchevskaya Sopka.

“Sea” of snow, no wind, frost on the trees – it’s the foot of greatest volcano, which is called Kluchevskoy. The place is amazing and snowy. Another world, another dimension. At this point, people feel all the grandeur of the surrounding nature, its unique beauty and boundless power.

Kluchevskoy – the most active and highest volcano in Eurasia and throughout Russia. Snow Mountain with hot “heart”, that is, from time to time throws his “passion” in the form of eruptions or explosions of red-hot lava.

This place attracts many tourists. They are not afraid of any hard road, nor the harsh climate, because very few people will refuse to witness this greatest natural wonder. This powerful volcano in Kamchatka is simply impossible to forget, it remains in the memory forever.

Locals say various legends about this place, but the most common is the legend that lived inside a volcano ancestral spirits, and when the smoke belching out of the volcano, the locals say they drown their homes.


On the planet there are a large number of volcanoes, active and large, but the Kamchatka volcano is distinguished not only for its strictly symmetrical forms, but also the fact that it is completely covered with a veil of snow.

Other mountains and volcanoes in Russia:

Volcanoes of Kamchatka are its hallmark of the region, they are all so different.

Ural Mountains – the only mountain range that crosses Russia from north to south.

All around the primitive, grandiose and majestic: a powerful ring stretched and went into the boundless expanse of the mountain.

One thought on “Klyuchevskaya Sopka

  • 01/09/2016 at 13:28

    It’s my next dream coming here..


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