Russia’s Sredinny Range, like the Ural Mountains, has a wealth of natural sights to see. Over a period of millions of years, underground and surface water tumbled and turned rock formations along the Serga River, creating many mysterious natural monuments. These ancient mountain structures, many of which have been damaged and destroyed by erosion, are now riddled with karst caves and cavities. These openings allow us to study and observe the impressive picture of the geological changes that have taken place here over time. Nowadays those who witness these natural wonders are completely overcome with awe. Join RTG TV for a journey through Deer Stream Natural Park, also called the Middle Urals in miniature.