Crimea Coast

Every river valley abounds in ponds and reservoirs with pure spring water. On photo – pit in Section Rocky Bakhchsarai area most majestic mountain Crimea is recognized Chater-Dag (tent-Hill). Cycle route to its top of Angarsk pass is 5 km long with a height difference of about 700 meters. Forests of the Mountain Crimea is very rich in edible fruit. A unique living monument to the environmental wisdom of farmers of the Middle Ages are air – forest gardens. South Coast of Crimea (Big Yalta) – the most difficult area for cycling because of the large difference in altitude, limited to the sight of mountain serpentines and high-density housing and resorts.

Only large South Coast parks can be recommended for short walks and pack trails that here since the emperor and the grand estates landscaped, planted with exotic trees and offers an unforgettable landscapes. Yuzhnobrezhem soar above the so-called Yayla – hilly plateau, almost treeless, with a high meadow grasses. Unlike Tarkhankut and the Kerch Peninsula in the grass to go easy, but the network of paths, dirt roads and even highways sufficiently developed. On photo – view of the city Pahkal-kai (Demerdzhi-Yayla) on Salgirskuyu Valley best known for interesting and Ai-Petri Yayla. From the village on a plateau Mishor laid lift, which is very convenient for fans of dan-Hill (downhill). South-eastern coast of Crimea (Alushta and Sudak Big district) – Here the mountains are not so densely moving to the coast, and large valleys are connected by the sea beach.

So from the sanatorium 'Rock' (west of Big Alushta) and Sudak until you can drive along the coast, sometimes on the concrete embankments, sometimes on a wild beach and a stone of chaos. In the valleys of mountain rivers can rise up, for example, the famous Valley Ghosts or to the waterfall Jur-Jur. Yayla-Karabakh, which towers over this coast, the most deserted place in Crimea – an area of 100 square miles is only a mountain rescue post.

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