Manpupuner and Dyatlov Pass

We invite you to hike Manpupuner through the Dyatlov pass!

An interesting journey through the Northern Urals to one of the wonders of Russia – the Manpupuner plateau. Along the road there are pristine forests dotted with pristine lakes, rivers and endless mountain tundra. 

You will visit the Dyatlov Pass and see with your own eyes the place of the tragedy of 60 years ago. The hike is long, intense and passes through the most beautiful places of the Ural Mountains.

Route thread: Ivdel city – Auspiya River – Dyatlov Pass – Otorten Mountain (1234 meters) – Yanighachehakhl Mountain (1024 meters) — Pechora River — Manpupuner ridge – Pechora River – traverse of the Main Ural ridge in the opposite direction – Auspiya River – Ivdel city.


Russia, Sverdlovsk region, Ivdel
US$ 495
+ tickets to the starting point of the tour
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14 Days
13 Nights
  • Group departures
    • 29 Jul – 11 Aug
  • Tent
    13 nights
  • Basic
Does not require special skills, but tourists must be physically fit: expeditions, long rafting, etc.
Up to 18 people
Minimum age
16 years old
Group meet at
Russia, Sverdlovsk region, Ivdel
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Weekdays: 8am - 8pm
Weekends: 8am - 7pm (GMT +3)
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Tour highlights

Manpupuner Plateau
You will walk through the protected Ural taiga and the mountains of the Northern Urals to one of the seven wonders of Russia
Dyatlov Pass
You will be able to overcome the famous pass and test yourself for strength
The Nature of the Northern Urals
Enjoy the harsh but beautiful nature in your own way and take gorgeous pictures to remember this adventure
Hiking in the Urals
You will be able to prove to yourself what you are capable of, because this is not an easy walk in nature
Conquering the heights
You will climb to the top of Mount Otorten, which offers an incredible view


  • Day 1 - Meeting, drop-off to the village of Ushma, the way along the Auspiya river

    (150 km by car, 7 km on foot with backpacks)

    The meeting of the group at the railway station Ivdel (Sverdlovsk region) at 3:00 — 4:00.

    This time is determined by the arrival time of the train. 

    To get on this train, you need to purchase tickets for it in advance and get to Yekaterinburg by train or plane. And from the Yekaterinburg railway station go to Ivdel.

    Transfer to an all-terrain vehicle of the type "Ural", "GAZ66".

    Transfer to the village of Ushma (6-7 hours).

    On the way, we enjoy the picturesque landscapes of the Northern Urals from the window. 

    We will prepare lunch upon arrival.

    We will walk along the Auspiya River for about 7 km and camp early, because the day was quite difficult.

    Meals: lunch, dinner.

  • Day 2 - Dyatlov Pass
  • Day 3 - Mount Otorten
  • Day 4 - Reserve day (rest day)
  • Day 5 - The path along the Main Ural ridge
  • Day 6 - The way to the sources of Pechora
  • Day 7 - Reserve day (rest day)
  • Day 8 - Manpupuner Plateau
  • Day 9 - The way back
  • Day 10 - The way back
  • Day 11 - The way back
  • Day 12 - Parking under the Dyatlov pass
  • Day 13 - The way to the Fork-Spoon parking lot
  • Day 14 - Walking route back, departure
Does not require special skills, but tourists must be physically fit: expeditions, long rafting, etc.
Tour organizer's comments

Difficulty: 8 out of 10.
This tour is suitable for all lovers of outdoor activities in good physical shape, who do not have health problems. 

The weight of the backpack is 17-22 kg.

The total mileage is about 170 km with a backpack and about 30 km light.


  • Tent
    13 nights
  • Basic

The hike involves spending the night in 3-4 local tents. If you want double or single occupancy, you take your tent.

Tent camp 13 nights

Tour conditions

up to 18 tourists
Minimum age
16 years old
14 days 13 nights
Group meets at
Russia, Sverdlovsk region, Ivdel

Included in price

  • drop-off from the city of Ivdel to the starting point on cross-country vehicles;
  • ejection from the finish line to the city of Ivdel on cross-country vehicles; 
  • three meals a day on the route (hot breakfasts and dinners, lunch snacks at the crossings and full lunches on half-days);
  • registration of the group in the Ministry of Emergency Situations;
  • the work of instructors;
  • group equipment (tents, gas equipment, cylinders, boilers);
  • group first aid kit;
  • communication and navigation equipment (satellite tracker);
  • signaling devices (false fire, hunter's signal);
  • payment for stay on the territory of the reserve;
  • consultations on the selection of clothes, ticket purchase;
  • a signature buff.

Paid extra

  • transfer to and from Ivdel railway station;
  • meals during the Ivdel road - the beginning of the route and back (on the road 6-8 hours, we recommend taking a snack in one direction, as well as stock up on cereal bars, nuts, dried fruits on the way back);
  • insurance against n/a;
  • tips for guides.

It's important to know

Personal equipment you need for the tour

The hike is a trekking with backpacks, where we carry food, personal and public equipment on ourselves. Therefore, you need a good physical shape and a comfortable backpack with a hard back and a wide waist belt.

It is also necessary to be mentally prepared for the difficulties associated with changing weather conditions. From warm sunny weather to strong wind and cold rain. You need to pay as much attention to your equipment as possible.

The weight of public equipment and food ranges from 5 to 7 kg per person. Calculate the weight of your personal belongings!


  • backpack 80-100 L (hard back, comfortable and wide waist belt) + small lightweight backpack for radial exits;
  • a cape for a backpack from the rain;
  • travel mat;
  • Sleeping bag (comfort temperature 0/-5);
  • trekking poles (preferably with clicklock or flicklock clips);
  • a seat with an elastic band (hob).

Clothing and shoes:

  • trekking boots (ankle is fixed, thick sole). we wear new shoes 10 days before the hike! plus brodniks, chevers or ugc stockings to overcome fords;
  • sports sandals or slates for the camp;
  • gaiters / "lanterns" (worn over boots, protect from dew and debris);
  • raincoat (not polyethylene) or membrane suit;
  • running suit (better according to the type of encephalitis with a mesh);
  • insulated jacket;
  • fleece jacket;
  • thermal underwear (moisture-wicking);
  • lingerie;
  • T-shirt or long sleeve shirt;
  • 2 T-shirts (preferably synthetic);
  • panama hat with mesh, cotton gloves, fleece cap;
  • trekking socks (2-3 pairs, synthetic).

What else to take:

  • dishes (plate, mug, spoon, knife — not ceramic, matches in hermetically sealed);
  • personal hygiene products;
  • first aid kit is personal, in case of chronic diseases (the instructor will have a public first aid kit with a standard set of medicines) + elastic bandage, sterile bandage — 2 pcs., chlorhexidine in small. in a bottle, a rolled patch on a fabric base, wide;
  • headlamp + set of spare batteries;
  • a set of threads with a needle;
  • lipstick is hygienic;
  • thermos flask (0.5 -0.7 l);
  • individual 0.5l water bottle;
  • 2 liters of breadcrumbs;
  • mosquito and midge repellents 1 can (better than deta);
  • personal pocket snack (nuts, bars).


  • passport;
  • insurance policy (optional);
  • money for additional expenses (5000-10,000 rubles).

Additionally (optional):

  • camera (video camera);
  • 3-4 m rope, durable (for drying clothes, repairs);
  • suntan facial cream (50 ml is enough for several people);
  • sunglasses that do not transmit ultraviolet light.
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Dates and Prices

  • US$ 495
    29 Jul – 11 Aug 14 days 13 nights
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