All things Kamchatka

Russia Hermitage

The Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia.

While the last couple of years have been calm when it comes to my travel adventures, I am ramping up to have an inspiring and journey-filled 2013 chasing two book projects (details to follow, I promise) and a number of other assignments.

First stop, San Francisco.

As many of you know, when it comes to all things Russian I am a bit of an Ian-Frazier-esque-Russia-phile. I’ve spent time in and around–from west to east–St. Petersburg, Irkutsk, Khuzir, Davsha, Aya Bay, Ust Barguzin, Ulan Ude, Khabarovsk, Vladivostok and Petropavlovsk, not to mention 56 relaxing hours on the Trans Siberian Railway.

Russia Backcountry skiing Volcanoes

Backcountry skiing on the Kamchatka Peninsula.

That’s why I am super stoked to be attending the Travel and Adventure Show in the bay area this weekend (February 16 and 17). I’ll be helping my friends out at Air Russia and chatting with anyone about what makes Russia’s Far East and the Kamchatka Peninsula such a thrilling destination. If you find yourself at the show, swing by the Air Russia booth and say ‘Zdravstvuyte.’

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