Chasing Wild Rainbows in Kamchatka

Living in Seattle, Washington, I never imagined just how close Russia is to the Pacific Northwest.  Fly to Anchorage, Alaska and overnight. On the following morning, catch Japanese owned Yakutia Air Company’s 4 and ½ hour weekly flight from Anchorage  across the Bering Sea to the Russian port city of Petropavlovsk Kamchastky. Return flights to the US are scheduled the following week.  Today, Kamchatka is one of the most exciting ecotourism destinations worldwide.   Hiking, trekking, climbing, wildlife photography, world class fly fishing and more are just a few of the activities that make Kamchatka a jewel in the crown of East Russia.  I hope to return to this land of active and dormant volcanoes that soar above the clouds in 2016.  Please enjoy a taste of my last adventure to this land of “fire and ice.”

http://www.sageflyfish.com/blog/03/2014/wild-east-kamchatka/

 

 

 

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