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Stolby National Park

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So close to the city, yet so peaceful and unspoiled!

Highly recommended for anyone visiting Krasnoyarsk! The "Pillars" are great! Awesome views from the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Alex G
Beautiful walk & climb.

Relatively close to city but complete contrast. Wooded valley & climbs to rocky outcrops. I was... read more

Reviewed 27 June 2018
Alf S
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Strangely shaped cliffs lure locals and tourists to this popular park, which offers hiking and a wonderful retreat from the city.
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Karyernaya St., 26A, Krasnoyarsk 660006, Russia
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+7 391 261-16-95
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Highly recommended for anyone visiting Krasnoyarsk! The "Pillars" are great! Awesome views from the top. Probably the best nature preserve in Eastern Siberia

Thank Alex G
Reviewed 27 June 2018

Relatively close to city but complete contrast. Wooded valley & climbs to rocky outcrops. I was fortunate to go with a very knowledgable guide who showed me the best sights &, with some scrambling, superb panoramic views. Plenty of birds & some smaller mammals but...More

Thank Alf S
Reviewed 9 June 2018 via mobile

It one of the hard to climb in -10* but it’s awsom feeling I went with my friends in a group and people more visit for inspiration I got love 😊emergency services is very responsive. Don’t stay late over there there is bear 🐻 and...More

Thank Aditya S
Reviewed 7 May 2018 via mobile

There cannot be many places where you can take a bus for 22 doubles then get the chance to hike in a lovely green space. Stolby is not far from the city and whilst the hike is on tarmac path at first at the top...More

Thank tuckerbag
Reviewed 21 January 2018

It was a really cold day in january (-43°C in the morning and -35°C in the sun on Solby on lunch time). I decided to go hiking a little bit but did never expect going all the way up to Stolby! I was surprised when...More

Thank Syril E
Reviewed 17 November 2017

IMHO "Stolby" - the place where everyone will be happy. In close to a large city is a primitive wilderness area. Of course, the territory of the excursion zone is not completely untouched. But the feeling of unity with nature is very strong, even despite...More

Thank ALEKSANDR E
Reviewed 14 November 2017 via mobile

Take bus 37 (22rub) to Bobovry Log then take chairlift uphill(270rub - roundtrip) Walk left to the Takmak rock (Blue line) for 1 KM (can picnic at the rock for lunch) / walk right for 7 KM following the yellow line then take bus 50...More

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Reviewed 14 October 2017

Visiting Stolby is a nice refreshing stop off the train for a day hike. The distance is only 15.5 km but there's 7 km uphill to reach the rocky area and a couple hours of rock climbing. We took a few breaks on the trail...More

Thank shkomit
Reviewed 10 October 2017 via mobile

It is important to escape the city pollution and this park is the best way to do it. Walk up and down to the stone, sporty walk possible, nice souvenir shops and food stops on the way.

Thank Nicolas V
Reviewed 7 October 2017

Visiting Stolby was one of my favourite experiences in Krasnoyarsk. We got the rackety bus 50 to the entrance of the park and met two lovely girls who kindly walked us to the trail and even took us all the way up to the top...More

Thank Sophie R
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Lara B
23 June 2016|
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Response from TheFlyingLundi | Reviewed this property |
We took bus 5 from the centre and changed somewhere (don't remember the name of the stop) to go on bus 19. Here maps is a good app which will indicate the right busses to take. Don't be afraid to ask locals as well, they... More
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Eleanor S
16 November 2015|
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Response from Jan R | Reviewed this property |
Absolutely. It's a nice hike up top and then the boys could climb around rocks of various difficulties. Make sure they are not too brave as help is quite far. Girls can brave some rocks too. On top of all the climbing... More
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