Karelia quad expedition, 3 days / 2 nights

Man riding fix quad on a muddy path
Group: min 1 person (joining a group)

Day 1:
Arrival in Petrozavodsk by train #18 from Moscow. Meeting with the group at the railway station. Transfer for breakfast and afterwards transfer to the starting point (20 km). Getting equipped. Safety measures and training on riding a quad. When everybody is ready starts the adventure. Today we drive 140 km following forest and unpaved roads with special off-road areas. Picnic lunch on the way. The highlight of the day is Karelian Zoo Park, where you will get acquainted with typical Karelian animals.
In the evening arrival on the Syamozero Lake. Accommodation in a guest house. Sauna and dinner.

Day 2:
Breakfast. Today we cover the distance of 90 km with challenging off-road areas called the tank road. Picnic lunch on the way. On our way, we will get acquainted with Tulmozero Iron-Smelting Factory and with quarries, where ore was mined.
In the evening arrival at Kohtuselga Village. Accommodation in a guest house. Sauna and dinner.

Day 3:
Breakfast. The total distance for today is 115 km. We drive through several Karelian villages, swamps, and forest roads to the shore of the Ladoga Lake, which is the second largest lake in Europe. Upon arrival picnic lunch with a picturesque over Lake Ladoga and free time for taking pictures afterwards. After a short rest, you test your skills on quad driving on a 10km off-road sand area, where annual off-road competitions take place.
The highlight of the day is not only the beautiful Ladoga, but also the Syandema Convent, which was erected in the 16th century in Karelia. The monastery went over a lot of difficulties, and today it is a riving convent.
In the evening arrival at Umostu guest house to have sauna and dinner.
Transfer to Lodeynoye Pole. Departure by train #17 to Moscow.

Price includes:
accommodation, transfers, meals and sauna according to the program, quad rent, equipment (helmet, balaclava, gloves, boots, off-road pants and jacket), instructors, insurance.

Instructors speak English. Additional payment for guide assistance for the program

Price does not include:
train tickets