Summer skiing on Viluchinsky, Mutnovsky and Gorely volcanoes

Get ready for this summer skiing adventure in the Kamchatka Peninsula with a certified mountain guide, and discover the Viluchinsky, Mutnovsky and Gorely volcanoes under expert guidance!




Trip Duration

8 days

Mountain Range


People per Guide

5 people

Trip Level


Offer Period

May, Jun

Type of Trip

Not specified



    Have you ever heard of summer skiing on three volcanoes? This is my proposal! Join me on this 8-day adventure in the Russian Kamchatka Peninsula and discover the incredible Viluchinsky, Mutnovsky and Gorely volcanoes!

    Located in far eastern Russia, Kamchatka is famous for being one of the snowiest places as well as one of the most impressive volcanic regions of the planet. The high quality snow, spectacular views and perfect skiing will make this trip the best way to enjoy your summer.

    First, we’ll start our expedition by skiing on the Viluchinsky volcano (7129 ft / 2173 m). Based south of the Petropavlovsk capital city, this inactive volcano is known for having the best snow conditions on the whole peninsula. Then, we’ll continue by exploring the Gorely volcano (6,001 ft/ 1,829 m). Consisting of five overlapping stratovolcanoes, Gorely is one of the most active in southern Kamchatka. And finally, we’ll explore the Mutnovsky volcano (7,618 ft /2,322 m), famous for its huge crater with glaciers, fumarole and boiling mud volcanoes inside. Please take into account, that depending on weather conditions and other factors, there might be some slight changes to the program.

    Moreover, I recommend this trip to intermediate or advanced skiers and snowboarders with backcountry and off-piste experience and bear in mind, that it’s essential to be in good physical condition. For a more detailed description of the trip, take a look at the itinerary below!

    Are you ready for this summer skiing adventure? Then contact me and let’s start planning your trip. Kamchatka is waiting for you!

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    Price per person

    Group of 1
    2090 EUR


    Price includes

    • Guiding fee
    • Accommodation
    • Transport during the trip
    • Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
     The price does not include: international and domestic airfares; meals in Petropavlovsk; personal insurance; wine and spirits and personal expenses.


    • Day 1Arriving in Petropavlovsk

      Don’t forget to book a window seat – in good weather the view of the mountain ranges and volcanoes of Kamchatka is magnificent.

      Transfer to Snow Valley mountain hotel, it’ll take us 3 hours; accommodation, gear and clothing check and avalanche training; rest time and hot thermal springs.

      Transfer from airport to Petropavlovsk takes 40-50 minutes.

    • Day 2 to 3Skitouring on Viluchinsky volcano

      Skitouring on Viluchinsky volcano with ascension in one day (depending on snow and weather conditions).

      Elevation gain for the summit – 1900 vertical meters. These days we will use snowmobiles for daily approach.

    • Day 4 to 6Moving to the south

      Ascension on Gorely volcano, skiing in the crater of Mutnovsky volcano and on nearby slopes.

      Accommodation in the mountain hut. On day 6th we return to the hotel and spend another night there.

    • Day 7Transfer to Petropavlovsk

      Transfer to Petropavlovsk, and then to Pacific Ocean coast.

      Enjoying the scenery, Ukha (famous Russian fish soup) and salmon barbecue. Surfing option is available.

      Accommodation in the hotel.

    • Day 8Last day

      Transfer to the airport; departure.


    Other details

    Skill level required


    Fitness level required


    Meeting point

    Kamchatka Airport


    -Snow Valley mountain hotel

    -Mountain hut

    -Hotel in Petropavlovsk

    More info

    There is one daily flight from Moscow (SVO) to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky (PKC), by Aeroflot.

    Also, there are few flights fom Vladivistok (VVO) and Khabarovsk (KHV), which can work for flights from Asia or Australia (please, check current flight information on the air-company's websites).


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