The Ivanovskiye Lakes are located on the eastern slopes of the Kuznetsky Alatau, between the Bobrovaya and Ararat peaks. They take their name from a well-known Siberian gold manufacturer, Ivanitsky, who had a gold mining business in the area.
The Ivanovskiye Lakes are four lakes of karst origin. The upper lake is connected to the lower lake by a forty-meter waterfall. The lakes are surrounded with snow fields that do not melt even in summer, alpine meadows, mountain streams, and waterfalls.
In the summer, the Ivanovskiye Lakes attract hikers to the mountain slopes. People forage for mushrooms and berries here and even go fishing. In winter, extreme sports lovers come here to descend the mountain slopes near the lakes.
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