Rugged Kamchatka Peninsula: Russia’s “Ring of Fire”

Rugged Kamchatka Peninsula: Russia’s “Ring of Fire”

The place is as unfamiliar as the name: Kamchatka. It’s a rugged, remote peninsula in Russia’s Far East lying uneasily atop the Pacific Ring of Fire, marked by volcanoes and geysers, and populated by reindeer and indigenous peoples. Kamchatka was closed to Soviets and foreigners alike for military reasons until 1993. Read More