Lena pillars in Yakutia are a forty-kilometer series of rocks on the banks of the Lena River.
The height of some rock formations reaches 220 meters, the age is about 400 thousand years. The territory is considered to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site. A national park has been created on its territory.
For the rafting along picturesque rocks and extraordinary nature, thousands of tourists from all over the world come here. You can look not only at this miracle of nature, but also walk along Sand massifs "Tukulan", where scientists discovered the remains of a mammoth, an ancient bison and a rhinoceros.
Lena Pillars can be visited all around year.
Lena River freezes and it is possible to get to the place on a snowmobile.
In summer it is possible to travel on any kind of water transport. The territory of the park is divided into routes of varying complexity and duration.