Known widely as the Kolyma Highway, Stalin's Road of Bones. In winter the temperature drops down as low as -60C.
When I was taking those photographs, it was -57.3C outdoor. Pretty chilly. Not surprised that the road is considered to be the coldest one in the world. BBC even said, it was one of the dangerous roads.
Photographs are mine. Song by the Yakutsk-based rock band "103." Performed in the Sakha language.
Lena Pillars Nature Park is located on the Lena River, 180 km south off Yakutsk, Russia. There are different ways to make it to them from Yakutsk. By cruise ships, speed boats, regular motor boats, helicopter and plane. Learn more at http://VisitYakutia.com
Yakutia is the Siberian paradise for fishmen. Taimen, nelma, lenok, graylings, pikes, etc. Deeper into the wilderness, bigger fishes, especially whitefishes. FYI, Yakutia is the biggest region in Russia's Siberia. http://VisitYakutia.com