The most suitable route for those who get to Sakhalin by passage or is very limited in time, and the released day wants to spend so that then "it was not painfully painful" for the time wasted. And, of course, for masters of photo and video shooting. Mount Bykova is located near the village of Bereznyaki, almost on the border with the Dolinsky district. The height of the mountain is 954 m above sea level. From the top of the mountain there is a beautiful panoramic view, the radius of the view is 40 km. It is noteworthy that you can get to the top both on foot and on the transport - to whom as you like. The dry section of the cedarch is very picturesque. On it you can try to imagine how difficult it would be to get through it.
From the mountain in good weather, an amazing view to the east opens up - it seems to be a stone's throw to the Okhotsk coast, and below it there are clearly visible depressions in which the rivers Zhukovka, Sima and Anna flow. In the south, the Augustinovich mountain and the Chekhov peak are also clearly visible, in the west there is a fragment of the Susunai valley and further the Mitsul ridge.
Food for the day, snowshoes, trekovye sticks (or we rent), insole-self-heat...
18 km (return)
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