Early departure to the Kuril lake, located on the territory of the South Kamchatka Federal reserve. The walk will take place along the Ozernaya river. In Kuril lake is fed by several rivers and streams: Hamycin, Atalink, Gavrushka, Vicencia, Cerused, and follows one river lake, which flows into the sea of Okhotsk. On the way to the lake (the route can take place on the transport of the reserve or on foot) stop to visit the observation deck on the Ozernaya river. A place where Kamchatka brown bears freely fish. Another 4 km and You are on the Kuril lake-the largest sockeye salmon spawning ground in Eurasia, on the banks of which you can meet bears fishing in their natural habitat.
The territory of the South Kamchatka Federal reserve, as well as the Kronotsky state reserve, was included in the UNESCO list of natural heritage in 1996 as part of the volcanoes of Kamchatka. After watching the bears go to the monument of nature - kutkhiny Bata. These are pumice rocks created by wind, water and volcanic activity. Stepan Petrovich Krasheninnikov, who studied Kamchatka from 1737 to 1741, told the tale of the Kamchatka Itelmen, who saw in the form of rocks huge boats-bats of the Supreme deity Kutha, left to dry, and they reminded the pioneer Cossacks of canoes. So and are worth here already several thousands of years "forgotten" boats and await his owner, to for ban to go in path on river to the sea. Late return, rest.