In Kemerovo region travelers will be taken to the paths of “snowman” and will be shown the cave, with its imaginary monster.
Kuzbass begun to offer tourist trips into the cave of “snowman”, whose existence is a key element of public relations company to promote the region as a tourist center in Siberia.
In February 2009, administration of the Kemerovo region circulated information that in the Mountain Shoria in Azasskoy caves, local hunters have seen some anthropoid creatures. Their height were 1,5-2 meters and they were covered with hair. A photo, which was captured, was attached to the message.
Russian specialists in the field of advertising and PR, interviewed by the employees of news agencies, reported that the information is disseminated in the media about the discovery in the Kuzbass “snowman” (Yeti), most likely created to attract tourists.
Holiday Weekend “Following yeti”, which has been developed by Tashtagol firm, operates two camp sites in the Mountain Shoria and specializing in the active rest. The first group of tourists had a rest from 29 to 31 May. ”
The tour is designed for a group of five people, and begins on Friday at the recreation center “Trehreche” in the village of Ust-Kabyrze, 55 kilometers from Tashtagol.
The program of tour includes transferring to a gigantic cave Azasskaya, where traces of yeti were found. After visiting the den “snowman” tourists fuse on motor boats to the rocks Copper. Fishing is organized, sauna, lunch in the field and barbecues in the evening campfire.
In turn, one of the leading researchers in Russia “snowman”, the candidate of historical sciences Burtsev Igor (Moscow) reported that there is nothing special about that yeti was seen in the Kuzbass, as the Mountain Shoria is part of the Altai mountain system and is considered to be a place reproduction of “snow people.”
It should be mentioned, that to get to places where “snow people” live, it is very difficult.
The total length of Azasskoy cave is estimated to local residents, its several kilometers, with a grotto cave derives beautiful spring creek Azas. In the nearby village of Ust-Kabyrze archaeologists discovered three Bronze Age settlement and the unique village of ancient metallurgy.
Notably, the reported discovery of “snow” and other unusual animals excited the media, but in practice they are often “duck”, launched with different objectives.