Ecological trail is being created in Bashkiria to preserve forests near Inzerskie Zubchatki
In Bashkiria, an ecological hiking trail of the same name is being created to preserve forests near the Inzerskie Zubchatki. The project plan was approved on April 19 at a meeting of the Government of Bashkortostan, chaired by Prime Minister Andrei Nazarov.
Ecological tourist trail Inzerskie Zubchatki is being created as part of the "Great South Ural Trail."
"Unfortunately, the planned felling of overmature forests harmed the image of the route," Andrei Nazarov noted. "The cutting area was 13 hectares. Therefore, it was decided to form a tourism project that will preserve the natural diversity in the area. "
Elmira Tukanova, Chairman of the State Committee for Tourism RB, said that the new project aimed to develop active inbound tourism and promote a healthy lifestyle.
It is planned to create three recreational areas. In the area of the Miselya cordon, parking lots for tourists with gazebos, toilets, and garbage containers will be installed. In the vicinity of the Tirlyansky village, up to 1 km from the wheel of history "Tirlyanskoye Wheel", an information stand will be placed and at the beginning of the trail to the ascent to the top of the "Inzerskie Zubchatki" ridge – gazebos.
Inzerskie Zubchatki has been popular with tourists for over ten years, the number of tourists is increasing every year. In the summer, several hundred people pass along the route a day; more than half are tourists from other regions. At present, this natural location does not have conservation status. Now the work on cutting timber has been stopped here, and it is planned to plant new trees.
By arranging an ecological tourist trail in this territory and enshrining this status in a republican law on tourism activities, it will be possible to ensure natural attractions, experts say.
Inzerskie Zubchatki are a mountain range in the Southern Urals, in the interfluve of the Bolshoi Inzer and Tirlian. Its length is about 10 kilometers; the maximum height is 1,161 meters above sea level. The main attraction is the bizarrely shaped rocks in the form of teeth located in a circle.