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Devil's Finger

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From its summit Stone Rock Pillars a wide panorama of the valley. Usva, most of which is an endless sea of ​​green taiga. Especially beautiful view - in the direction of the river, which at its best presents powerful rock cliff cliffs, crowned in apical part of columnar outcrops that in the past was the reason for the name of the coastal stone. But look at the many-not delayed rocky plumb. It is like a magnet attracts the beautiful thunderbolt high with four stories, rising between the river bed and a stone wall of the coastal cliff. So that he appeared in all its glory, you need to come up to him. Primarily affect its structure and size, and then how it is held in such a thin "leg." At the top of the finger is not available for most of the travelers, almost constantly waving flag setting climbers and mountain tourists during training.

  • Копылов Игорь over 1 year ago
    Молодец, Женя, спасибо, все здорово.
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