In Russia's far east, the Kamchatka Peninsula is an isolated land as big as Germany, Austria, and Switzerland, combined with just 250,000 who live primarily in the capital Petropavlovsk. The magnificence of heli-skiing Kamchatka’s unexplored wilderness is unprecedented.
Out of the peninsula's 200 volcanoes, 29 are active, making it the greatest concentration of active volcanoes anywhere on earth.
Its low population density, few roads, and lack of large-scale development have left the vast majority of the Kamchatka peninsula untouched.
It is now secretly recognized as a giant playground for Heli-Skiing.