30 main attractions in Altai
Altai Mountains are famous for its natural beauty. If anyone thinks that here you can admire only the ridges and panoramic views, you are in for a big surprise. Lakes with transparent or murky-green water surface, mountain passes of different difficulty, which you can often travel by transport, waterfalls and springs, tracts, which introduce the historical monuments of the past – this is far not a complete list of the interesting objects of the Altai Mountains.
Thanks to the Chuisky tract and well-maintained country roads, it is easy to get to most of the attractions. In the cities and towns of the region, tourists are welcome to visit museums, where guides will tell about the local features and culture of indigenous peoples. If you want to find something to do here, any traveler will find something to do.
The most interesting and beautiful places of Altai
What to see and where to go? List of the best places for tourism and recreation!
A border area at the junction of several countries: Russia, Kazakhstan, China and Mongolia. It is distinguished by variable weather and the concentration of several types of relief in one place. The Tabyn-Bogdo-Ola mountain massif is sacred for Buddhists. Many archeological discoveries have been made here. The most significant artifact is a mummy of a girl called the “Ukok Princess”. It is kept in the National Museum of the Republic of Altai.
Part of the “Golden Mountains of Altai” – UNESCO World Heritage Site. It exists since 1932, but more than once it was eliminated and appeared on the map again. The area – about 881 thousand hectares. Mountain ranges and massifs outline the borders of the reserve. More than 30 species of plants and animals are included in the Red Book. There is a threat to the environment because of the fall in the area of separating parts of rockets launched from Baikonur.
Located in the Turochak and Ulagan districts of the republic. The area – more than 22 thousand hectares. The average depth is 174 m, the maximum is almost 2 times more. There are about 18 tourist bases and campsites in the district. Developed hiking trails, both walking and boating. Popular excursions by air. Sightseeings nearby: waterfalls Korbu and Kishte, stone bay, Yailu pine, delta of Chulyshman.
The highest peak in the Altai Mountains – 4.5 thousand meters. It is located in the Ust-Koksinsk district near the border with Kazakhstan. When visiting the attraction you must have your passport, and foreigners need an additional permit. Nearby there is a tourist base of the same name, near – the post of the Ministry of Emergency Situations. The mountain is popular with fans of extreme climbs, there are routes of varying complexity.
Founded in 1991, since 2000 biosphere reserve. Area – more than 151.5 thousand hectares. Height differences are within 1.3-3.3 thousand m. It’s a part of the “Golden Mountains of Altai” – UNESCO World Heritage Site. Here, among other things, are engaged in scientific activities and environmental education. On the basis of the reserve are held ecological actions to draw attention to the problems of preserving the nature of the Altai.
It is located in the Ongudai district of the republic. The tract is first of all famous for its petroglyphs. It is noteworthy that the drawings belong to different historical periods and are made with different types of tools. There are images both of scenes from the life of ancient people and symbols, which at the moment cannot be deciphered. Although the territory is fenced, the access is free and does not require a guide.
Located in Ulagan region. Items found during excavations on five mounds are stored in the local Pazyryk museum, as well as in the “Hermitage”. The mounds are dated from the V-IV centuries B.C. Their diameter varies from 24 to 47 m, height – from 1.5 to 3.75 m. It is believed that the burial sites were robbed in antiquity, the artifacts found by researchers were preserved due to the layer of permafrost.
It is a part of Maiminsky district. The area is 37 hectares. It is a natural monument. The muddy green color of the water is due to the large number of aquatic plants and muddy bottom. Feeding from groundwater and precipitation. Nearby, a ski resort will soon begin operating. In the warm season, the shores are filled with vacationers. Tourists are taken here, there are equipped places for picnics and setting up tents.
The spring is situated in Maiminsky region. It is paved with neat stonework, its location near the road makes it accessible to tourists. The temperature almost does not change – 7-8 °C. The water is considered holy. It contains iron and silver. In some respects the mineralization exceeds the popular varieties of water, for example, “Essentuki”. Nearby there is a cafe and organized trade of souvenirs.
There are seven lakes in the Chemalsky area. To reach them is not easy, as there is no paved road for cars. They are located at different heights – on the steps of the kar stairs. The higher the lake, the smaller its size and water temperature. The largest has an area of about 12 hectares. They are connected by streams and are separated from each other by a distance of 300 to 800 m. The chemical composition of water in the lakes differs.
The Shavli lakes.
Two lakes in the Kosh-Agachsky area. The lower one has a large area, on its shoreline there are a lot of sites for camping. There are tours on foot and by horse from different towns, but the starting point is usually the Chibit settlement. The Shavla River flows through the lakes. Areas of forest dominated by larch and some Siberian cedars are interspersed with uplands, which makes the area especially picturesque.
Great Chulchin Waterfall
Another name – Uchar, which translates as “Impregnable” or “Flying”. It is a cascade and stepped, throughout its area there are large stones, creating additional volume. According to formal signs, it is a waterfall, not a waterfall. You can find it in Ulagan area. Its height is 160 m, which makes Uchar the largest in the republic. It belongs to the territory of the Altai Reserve.
The N. K. Roerich House Museum in Altai
The foundation of the museum began in 1990. Roerich was known not only as an artist, but also as a researcher. In the 1920s, he went on an expedition covering a long route and several countries. Roerich spent almost two weeks in Altai and stayed at a homestead in the village of Verkhny Uymon. The original building was lost and restored from photographs, and there is an exposition: personal belongings, finds, and paintings.
It was formed on the Katun River in Shebalinskiy district. Two cascades have a height of 12 m. You can go to the waterfall by different trails, and the shortest way is through a special bridge from the tourist complex “Tsarskaya Okhota”. The pass is paid, but allows a better view of the surroundings. Down on the rocks are the logs from the old water mill. It is a regional natural monument.
Patmos Island on the Katun River
Location – Chemalsky district. The island resembles a rock, its shores are sheer walls. It is connected with the mainland by a long, not very wide suspension bridge. The name makes a reference to the Greek island. A temple was built here in the second half of the 19th century. It was destroyed after the revolution, and in the 2000s it was reconstructed. Now the church belongs to the Znamensky monastery, but services can be attended by all comers.
Sailugem national park
Founded in 2012 on an area of more than 118 thousand hectares. Its purpose is primarily to protect a small population of snow leopard and its habitats. According to researchers, there live here about 40 individuals. Attractions: museums in the villages of Kokorya and Zhana-Aul, Dzhumalin Keys, a canyon 5 km away on the Argut River, southwest of the Sailugem Ridge (petroglyphs) and others. To visit the park you need a special pass.
Crosses the mountain range of the same name. The height is about 1.7 thousand meters. Climbing along the northern side (length – 9 km), and descending along the southern side (11 km). In the middle of the last century a stele was erected on the top – a symbol of Altai people’s voluntary joining to the Russian Empire. The pass is a natural monument of national importance. Nearby is built “Seminski” – a center for cross-country skiing training.
Federal highway, passing through three subjects of the Russian Federation: Novosibirsk region, Altai Territory and the Republic of Altai. It ends at the border with Mongolia. Its length is about 968 kilometers. A full museum, opened in Biisk, is devoted to the road. The exposition tells about the construction and the importance of the highway. Traveling along the route you can visit many sights and tourist areas.
Refers to the system of the Altai Mountains. The descent is quite steep and has a length of almost 4 km. Only vehicles with high cross-country ability will be able to overcome the pass. The road leads to the Chulyshman river valley. Until 1989, it was impossible to move here by car, horses and water route on the Teletskoye Lake were used. Since 2011, the construction of a new pass is underway, which should simplify transportation.
It was formed on the Bolshaya Korbu River. Its height is 12 meters. The stream is not wide, but powerful and falls down with a roar. In 1978, it was declared a natural monument. It is a part of the Altai State Natural Biosphere Reserve. You can reach the site only by boat or by boat on the lake. Winds often rise here, which should be taken into account during the gathering.
National Museum of Altai Republic
Location – Gorno-Altaisk. Its history is traced since 1920, though the funds were collected even earlier. It is named in honor of its first director – A.V. Anokhin. The collection consists of archeological finds, ethnographic exhibits, ancient books, both handwritten and printed, collection of minerals, which are found in the region, national crafts and art objects.
It occupies a section of the right bank of the Chulyshman River. The tract looks like a cluster of mushrooms, fancifully shaped rock formations that appeared due to weathering and erosion by precipitation. Despite the underground shocks, some of the “hats” have remained in place and are preserved to this day. Similar anomalies can be met in other places of Altai, but in Akkurum it is possible to come close to them.
Gorno-Altaisk botanical garden.
It is based in 1994 in Shebalinsky region and has one more name “Clean Meadow” (by the name of the tract located nearby). The area is 11 hectares. The collection consists of more than 1500 species of plants. Specimens of local flora prevail, but there are representatives of the Far East and other regions. Flower festivals are organized in the garden. Admission is paid, as is filming. You can buy seeds and seedlings.
Located in Ust-Koksinsk district. Named after the river, which flows through the lake. The area is 300 hectares. Average depth – about 30 m. One of the largest reservoirs of glacial origin in the region. The location on the mountainside and alpine meadows make the local views especially picturesque. Snow leopards sometimes come down here. There are also trout running in the lake.
There are five lakes in the Ust-Koksinsk district. The largest of them is Lower, with a shoreline length of 6.5 thousand meters. The Upper and the Poperechnoye lakes are part of the Katunsky biosphere reserve. The cascade of lakes belongs to the upper and tributaries of the Multa River. The Mt. Revyakina, a mushroom of the Syroezhkovaya family, does not grow anywhere else in the world. There are other rare species in the area.
Museum of history and culture of Uymonskaya valley
Opened in the village of Verkhny Uymon. Originally was a private initiative, over the years has grown. One of the main themes is the old believers’ culture of the Altai. The museum building is a wooden house with traditional utensils and furniture inside. Nearby is built an authentic barn. During the tour, tourists are not only told about the life of Old Believers, but also about their traditions, rituals and how the culture of the community spread around.
Located in the Kosh-Agachsky area on the peaks of the North-Chuysky ridge. The height is 2.1 thousand meters. Since the relief is jagged, you can clearly see individual ridges and cleavages, the terrain becomes the most suitable for accumulation of snow and formation of glaciers. Aktru unites 5 glaciers. The largest – Bolshoy – has an area of one thousand hectares. The rest have their own peculiarities from the appearance to the place on the map.
The sight is located 20 km from the village of Kosh-Agach. There are ancient petroglyphs on huge boulders, and their arrangement speaks of human influence. The main “exposition” includes five stone slabs of different sizes, although there are many more small stones, also attributed to Stonehenge. The composition of the rocks has shown that they do not come from here. Legends attribute ritual and mystical meanings to them.
Colorful Kyzyl-Cheena Mountains
Located near the village Chagan-Uzun. The name speaks eloquently about their appearance: the rich color palette makes the natural object unique. The reason for the appearance of so many shades is the abundance of polymetallic ores. Minerals and rock outcrops change each other in different areas, so the color is heterogeneous. You can reach the mountains by car, as the road allows to do it.
It begins on the slope of Belukha. Its length is 688 km. It is navigable and is of key importance for the region. The source is the Gerbler glacier, the mouth is the Ob. The river has many rapids, which makes it interesting for rafting. The confluence with the Biya and the Blue Lake are natural attractions. There are various legends connected with the river and it is mentioned in tales of old believers.
The most beautiful places in Altai: Dwelling of the Gods, Dream, Fairy Tale and “Little Paradise”
A land of seven thousand lakes, stormy rivers and silent landscapes. Here rises the largest mountain in Siberia and one of the most picturesque roads in the world, archaeologists find ancient artifacts in the mounds, and shamans hold their mysterious rituals in the places of power.
Residents of the European part of Russia sometimes confuse Gorny Altai with Altai Krai. These two regions border the Siberian Federal District, but are quite different: the Altai Mountains are characterized by mountainous landscapes, but the Altai Territory is green steppes and mahogany hills.
In ancient times, the paths of nomadic tribes crossed in the Altai Mountains. Hundreds of thousands of years ago people already lived in these lands, their traces are found all over the territory: unique rock petroglyphs, burials in places of strength, and camps.
Throughout centuries this severe, but picturesque territory was a part of the Great Mongol Empire: horses of Genghis Khan’s army trampled tender bowls of edelweiss in valleys and overcame steep mountain passes.
Now Gorny Altai is a republic, it has its own flag, constitution and two equal languages: Altai and Russian. Here they honor the traditions of their ancestors and warmly welcome travelers. About two million people visit Gorny Altai every year! Today I’m going to tell you about what interesting things there are in this land and where to look for the most-important places.
Hiking, rafting and ethno-tourism – what to do in Altai
Altai is an ideal place for ecotourism. The main value of the region is its nature, and the way to the most picturesque places is often thorny, but the effort is worth it. Here you can organize a week-long hike, swim in one of the crystal clear lakes, go fishing or pick berries.
Another format of travel in Altai is ethnographic excursions. For example, in the yurt-gallery of Kalambina Zheltkovskaya visitors are introduced with traditional felt fabrics, and in the “Aychus” ethnographic workshop they learn Turkic patterns, learn to make dolls, amulets, and play national instruments: komus and topshuur.
And of course, extreme tourism! Climbing to the peaks, rafting on violent rivers of any level of complexity, mountain skiing: there are good slopes on the shore of the Teletskoye Lake, and the Manzherok resort is not only slopes, but also the first professional bike park beyond the Urals.
The Chuisky tract is one of the most picturesque roads in the world!
The best option for exploring the Altai Mountains is to travel by car along the Chuisky tract. This 968-kilometer long federal highway that crosses the region from Novosibirsk to Mongolia is called the most picturesque road in Siberia. National Geographic Russia magazine even put it in the top 10 of the most beautiful roads in the world!
The section of the Altai Republic begins with a symbolic arch near the village of Dolina Svoboda. The route goes along the noisy waters of the Katun and Chuya rivers, winding among mountains and lakes. The majestic Babyrgan ridge is changed by shaman-trees near Arjaan-Suu spring, and Karakol cliffs with ancient drawings – by birch groves in the valley of Bolshoy Ilgumen river. You can travel along the Chuisky Tract by yourself in an off-road vehicle or by ordering a guided tour in Gorno-Altaisk.
Lakes of the Altai Mountains – inaccessible and beautiful
Thousands of Altai lakes shimmer with all shades of turquoise. Some of them, such as Uzunkel and Akkemskoye, are hidden among the mountains and surrounded by dense forests, on the shores of others there are small cozy villages. On the lake Dzhulukul you can find colonies of seagulls and cormorants, and the landscape of the reservoir Talmen complement the numerous butterflies. Such diversity makes your eyes diverge, but I made an effort and chose for this review three most-savory reservoirs, which are definitely worth a visit.
Teletskoe Lake is a very popular attraction in the Altai Mountains. It is the largest lake in the region and the second largest reservoir of fresh water in the country after Lake Baikal. The depth of Teletskoye reaches 325 meters. On its shores are nestled three small villages: Yailyu, Iogach and Artybash. If you want to have a rest and bathe, choose one of the hotels on the southern shore: the water temperature rises up to +17°C – +20°C here in summer, but on the north, near Artybash, the lake is still cold even in hot weather – about +10°C. The water in the lake is much warmer.
The water in the Teletskoye is so transparent that even at a depth of 15 meters you can see the pebbles at the bottom. You can pitch a tent on the shore or enjoy the lake landscapes by taking a ferry: it goes from the Cape Kyrsay on the south shore to the pier in Iogache. 78 kilometers of the trip will give you both good impressions and beautiful pictures!
Coordinates of Kersay cape: 51.363 980, 87.760 251.
The Shavli lakes.
They were formed as a result of melting of ancient glaciers. The lakes are situated in the center of the North-Chuysky ridge and are considered the most picturesque in the whole Altai! Their water is of fantastic bright turquoise color, and from the shores you can enjoy wonderful views of three Altai peaks at once: Dream, Beauty, and Fairy Tale.
You can get here as part of walking tours, which are organized by companies in Biysk and Gorno-Altaisk. The route starts from Chibit settlement and lasts about a week.
Coordinates: 50.106 689, 87.410 589.
This small lake near the village of Aktash does not freeze even in winter. Its water has an unusual pattern formed by circles of blue clay – they have been carefully “laid out” at the bottom by underwater springs. The pattern is not static and changes during the day.
Now the lake is the property of the tourist camp “Little Paradise”, which has recently rented it for 20 years. Every year this place is becoming more and more popular with travelers, so you should come here early in the morning to have time before the tourist groups. The entrance to the lake is paid: about 50 rubles.
Coordinates: 50.290 140, 87.673 125.
High-mountain plateau Ukok – a mysterious place of power
Located in the south of the Altai Mountains, near the intersection of the borders of four states: Russia, China, Mongolia and Kazakhstan. Here, at an altitude of over 2200 meters above sea level, found 150 archaeological sites: prehistoric petroglyphs, deer stones, mounds Pazyryk culture with burials, Scythian tombs.
In 1993, archaeologists excavated a burial mound, which perfectly preserved the remains of a female mummy aged over 2500 years. She was named the “Ukok Princess” and taken to the Novosibirsk Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. In 2012, the “princess” was returned to Altai, and since 2014, the local council of elders has been seeking to have the find reburied: according to the elders, natural disasters struck Altai because the mummy was disturbed.
On the territory of the plateau is the Ukok Nature Park, which is divided into three zones: one of them prohibits any activity except scientific, the other allows only limited and regulated visits, and only the third is accessible to travelers. The fauna of the untouched plateau is very diverse: here you can easily see a wild horse, wolf, fox and even a snow leopard! And in the sky over the silent landscape of soaring eagles, golden eagles and black storks.
Hiking tours and yoga tours are organized on the plateau, esotericists often come to this place, and shamans hold their rituals here.
Coordinates: 49.360 813, 88.76 642.
Mount Belukha – the main peak of Altai
The highest peak in Siberia got its name because of the snow cap on the peak. Locals call it Uch-Syure, “the dwelling of the three gods”. This mountain can be seen on the coat of arms of the Republic of Altai. The famous Russian traveler and esoteric Nicholas Roerich depicted its southern slope in one of his paintings. He was convinced that the entrance to Shambhala was hidden here. “The Mistress of Altai” was how the artist called his mighty snow-covered muse.
The beauty of Belukha is best admired from the side of Akkem Lake. Your guide will cost about 30 thousand rubles per person. You can also see the mountain from the height of the bird’s flight, becoming a participant in the group helicopter tour from Gorno-Altaisk. It lasts 7-8 hours, and the cost per person – about 28 thousand rubles.
Coordinates of the top: 49.807 679, 86.590 023.
Katun River – the mistress of Altai
“Mistress” or “mistress” – that’s how its name is translated. The biggest river of the republic starts at the slope of Belukha and rushes 688 km away. On its way there are rapids and boulders, which then change to flat areas, and the total height difference along the stream reaches two kilometers! This explains Katun’s “restless nature”: it flows gently, then rumbles between the rocks. The river crosses all types of Altai landscape, so fauna and flora are very diverse along it.
In the Biisk area, the Katun meets the Biya, and the place where these two rivers meet is considered one of the most picturesque in Altai! Katun changes its color throughout the year, acquiring its famous turquoise hue in early fall.
Every year thousands of tourists flock to Katun: some of them go to its banks to have a rest in a tent or at recreation center, others to test their strength by rafting on the river. Most rafting routes begin in Katunsky reserve. This area is a border area, so before you visit it, you must obtain a pass in advance. To enter the reserve you also need to obtain a permit – you can do it in its administration, which is located in the village of Ust-Koksa.
Coordinates of the Katun spring: 49.779 318, 86.592 552.
Big Chulchinskiy waterfall or Uchar
The highest waterfall in the Altai Mountains! Its waters cascade down from 160 meters high in a loud and spectacular way. It is located on the territory of the Altai State Reserve.
“Uchar” is translated as “unassailable”, and the waterfall justifies this name: the way to it across the picturesque landscape of the Reserve takes about four hours and requires good physical preparation – the route goes over the cliffs, which you have to overcome by ropes.
Coordinates: 51.118 079, 88.91 675.
Who is suitable for rest in the Altai Mountains?
This region is for those who are willing to sacrifice comfort for the sake of seeing incredible landscapes and pristine nature with their own eyes. Here you often do not get a network, you can pass only in an off-road vehicle, and from the nearest village to the next lake or mountain you have to walk for several days. But it’s in these places you have a rest from the city, to tidy up your thoughts and recharge your batteries!
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