Journey to Fisht mountain


The snow-covered peeks of the Fisht-Oshtenovsky Mountains stand almost 3,000 metres above sea-level and are a perfect destination for adventure-seeking travellers. It is said that from about 1,500 metres above sea-level on the western slope of Mount Fisht you can see a waterfall that originates at the Pshekha River.

Mountains, rushing rivers, deep ravines, sunny valleys and forests that are hundreds of years old are all part of the natural treasures that can be found in the mountainous regions of Krasnodar Krai. These places are home to dozens of touristic routes and those that love more adventurous and active holidays can easily find activities that strike their fancy – from white-water rafting to rock climbing and canyoning. The snow-covered peeks of the Fisht-Oshtenovsky Mountains stand almost 3,000 metres above sea-level and are a perfect destination for adventure-seeking travellers. It is said that from about 1,500 metres above sea-level on the western slope of Mount Fisht you can see a waterfall that originates at the Pshekha River. Will RTG TV host Olga Degtyareva be able to spot it? Watch and find out!