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Gorno-Altaysk, Altay, Russia
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Altay Village Teletskoe
Altay Village Teletskoe
9.4 Excellent
Village Artybash, Lake Teletskoe, Artybash, Altay, Russia
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64.7 mi from city centre, Gorno-Altaysk 
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Set within the scenic countryside of Artybash, Altay Village Teletskoe provides comfortable accommodation and a full range of facilities, such as a 24-hour reception, free Wi-Fi and an indoor pool. It also offers a concierge and a laundry service.

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Cheapest month:July
Most expensive month:August
Average price in Gorno-Altaysk:£24/night
Absolute cheapest price found:£6/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Friday
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Altay Village Teletskoe
Altay Village Teletskoe
9.4 Excellent
Village Artybash, Lake Teletskoe, Artybash, Altay, Russia
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6.8 mi from city centre,  

Set within the scenic countryside of Artybash, Altay Village Teletskoe provides comfortable accommodation and a full range of facilities, such as a 24-hour reception, free Wi-Fi and an indoor pool. It also offers a concierge and a laundry service.

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About Gorno-Altaysk

Serving as the capital of the Altai Republic, Gorno-Altaysk was founded in 1830 and flourished with the arrival of missionaries bringing Christianity to the local tribes. It now serves as a launching point for exploring the surrounding valley and mountains that are ideal for hiking, biking and skiing.

Things to do

You can delve into the local history and culture at the Anokhin Museum, which is the national museum of the Altai Republic. In addition to its ethnographic exhibits and wildlife displays, it’s renowned as home to the “Siberian Ice Maiden”, a mummified woman that dates back to the 5th century BC. There’s also an impressive collection of works by local painters, including a whole room dedicated to the landscape artist Grigory Choros-Gurkin.

A short drive west of Gorno-Altaysk is Lake Aya, a small but picturesque body of water that lies on the left bank of the Katun River. It’s protected within a state reserve and is a popular destination for swimming during the summer months due to its warm upper layer of water.

If you follow the Katun River south, you’ll reach the base of Gora Chortov Palets, a jagged mountain peak with sweeping views across the Altai. Follow the challenging hiking trail leading to the summit for views of picturesque alpine meadows where horses and cows graze. Alternatively, you can rent a jeep to tackle the unpaved road that leads to the top.

Getting around

Gorno-Altaysk Airport is a 20-minute drive from the centre of Gorno-Altaysk and has flights to destinations across Russia while Novosibirsk is just over six hours away. Buses are the main means of getting to Gorno-Altaysk and the centre of town is compact enough to explore on foot.

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  • What are the best hotels in Gorno-Altaysk?

    Hotel Igman, rated with a score of 9.0 from 781 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Gorno-Altaysk. Other top stays include Hotel Red Dog, with an average rating of 8.4 from 273 reviewers, and Altyn Tuyak Hotel, with a score of 7.4 from 169 reviewers.