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In the Sikhote-Alin Zapovednik, arrangement of the ecological path “Cape Severny” began.

The project is attended by 25 members of the student environmental group "Tiger", students of the Far Eastern Federal University and the Primorsky Agricultural Academy. As consultants - experts in the field of nature conservation, traveler, writer and photographer Robert Birkby, member of the organization "Great Baikal Trail" Anna Gritsuk.

Future biologists, ecologists, foresters, game managers and veterinarians are modernizing the Cape Severny excursion trail, which is to become a visiting card of the reserve. The length of the trail is 5 kilometers, during which construction brigades will level the surface, make flooring, and build small bridges.

The Cape Severny trail has existed since 2007. A well-equipped trail will attract additional tourists on excursions, while the environmental impact will be small.

Sikhote-Alin Reserve is included in the list of branded places in Primorsky Krai, created on the initiative of Vladimir Miklushevsky.

Miklushevsky believes that the unique nature of Primorye can attract tourists to the region.

“We will develop the tourism brand of Primorye. We have stunning locations, such as the Golden Valley in the Partizansky District. I have traveled a lot, and I have never seen more beautiful places. And we must use all this, ”says Vladimir Miklushevsky.

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