A large influx of tourists is now recorded not only on Lake Turgoyak, but also in the Taganay National Park. It is believed that the pandemic helped to attract the residents of South Urals to the study of local natural attractions, chelTV reported.
It is specified that in July the national park was visited by more than 24,000 people. Last year in the same month there were 5,000 fewer tourists. The most frequent guests are Chelyabinsk residents (6,300 people). This year the park was visited 2,500 times more than in July 2019. It is also noted that 2,000 tourists came from Yekaterinburg, and almost 1,000 people each arrived from Tyumen and Ufa. The Taganai landscapes were also seen by residents of Crimea, Krasnodar Territory, the regions of Central Russia, and Siberia. Most often, tourists organize camping sites and bonfires along the central trail.