Deer Springs National Park

“Sverdlovskaya region”

Enjoy an invigorating 6km hike within the Ural landscape

This walking trip through the Deer Springs National Park invites you to see the beauty of the unique nature of the Southern part of Sverdlovskaya region.

You’ll be accompanyed by a qualified instructor who will lead you along the steep paths of the enchanting forest and across the glimmering river towards the natural ‘Great Fall-in’.

This cave is 50m deep so even in summer, it is deep in snow, making it one of the incredible sights of this tour. The nature is astounding with 300 year old pines, picturesque banks of the Serga River, grottos and rocks with drawings of primitive people. It is these drawings that give the park its name, as there are beautiful ancient drawings of deer on the rocks near the river.

This tour also includes one of the largest caves of the region, called ‘Druzhba’ meaning friendship, which is a huge 500m in length.

Your guide is indispensable on this tour, telling you all about the history and nature of the Urals and landscape around you.

This tour is the perfect way to see the wonder of Russian nature, both sparkling in the snow and warm and inviting in the summer.

Excursion details

Location: Russia, Yekaterinburg

Category: Nature

Duration: 9 hours

What’s included:

A local guide and any other fees including any museum entrance fees. Meals and transfers included only where stated


For groups of more than 6 people, price will be provided on application.

Restrictions: Available every day. Located 120km from Yekaterinburg. Tour includes 6km hike. Lunch is available for additional cost.

Physical rating: Moderate – Involves a certain amount of walking and/or physical activity

Guides available: English – Spanish – Other languages are available though there maybe a price variation.