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Russian Sauna Fun - Banja in Siberia | Hole in the Ice Winter Fun in Siberia #Sauna

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Published on Jan 17, 2017

HOLE IN THE ICE - Jumping into the Ice Water at approx minus 30 Celsius - Winter Tours Trekking, Snow Mobile, Sauna (Banja) Fun and Survival Training.
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One of our highlights - Experience the Siberian winter in the Altai region. Nature tours, winter sport, lotz of fun and Russian Sauna (Banja) are just a couple of highlights during our winter tours in Siberia.

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Altay is one of the best destinations in Siberia if you're into rafting or trekking. Here's how to make the most of it.
The Altai mountains are a mountain range in Central and East Asia, where Russia, China, Mongolia, and Kazakhstan come together, and are where the rivers Irtysh and Ob have their headwaters. The northwest end of the range is at 52° N and between 84° and 90° E (where it merges with the Sayan Mountains to the east), and extends southeast from there to about 45° N and 99° E, where it gradually becomes lower and merges into the high plateau of the Gobi Desert.
The name "Altai" means "Gold Mountain" in Mongolian; "alt" (gold) and "tai" (suffix - "with"; the mountain with gold) and also in its Chinese name, derived from the Mongol name (Chinese: 金山; literally: "Gold Mountain"). In Turkic languages altin means gold and dag means mountain. The proposed Altaic language family takes its name from this mountain range.
In the north of the region is the Sailughem Mountains, also known as Kolyvan Altai, which stretch northeast from 49° N and 86° E towards the western extremity of the Sayan Mountains in 51° 60' N and 89° E. Their mean elevation is 1,500 to 1,750 m. The snow-line runs at 2,000 m on the northern side and at 2,400 m on the southern, and above it the rugged peaks tower some 1,000 m higher. Mountain passes across the range are few and difficult, the chief being the Ulan-daban at 2,827 m (2,879 m according to Kozlov), and the Chapchan-daban, at 3,217 m, in the south and north respectively. On the east and southeast this range is flanked by the great plateau of Mongolia, the transition being effected gradually by means of several minor plateaus, such as Ukok (2,380 m) with Pazyryk Valley, Chuya (1,830 m), Kendykty (2,500 m), Kak (2,520 m), (2,590 m), and (2,410 m).

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