Deadliest Roads | Siberia: Lake Baikal | Free Documentary

Deadliest Roads | Siberia: Lake Baikal | Free Documentary

World’s Most Dangerous Roads: Deadliest Journeys Siberia’s Lake Baikal (2011)

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Every spring, the arrival of the icy mists of Lake Baikal signal the start of a dangerous voyage. The men of Kholodnaia begin their treacherous journey to carry supplies to the reindeer breeders in the high Siberian plateaus. For the past 6 months, the plateaus have been completely cut off from the rest of the world. Even in Spring, the icy conditions and dangerous terrain mean it will take over two weeks to complete the 65 km journey.

Dimitri is the only man from Kholodnaia with the sufficient skills to drive the truck. During the journey, he must dodge bears and cross crumbling bridges and glaciers. Temperatures outside the truck reach -20º and, if anything goes wrong, it’s unlikely anyone will come to his rescue.
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  1. Every Spring, the arrival of the icy mists of Lake Baikal signal the start of a dangerous voyage. The men of Kholodnaia begin their treacherous journey to carry supplies to the reindeer breeders in the high Siberian plateaus. For the past six months, the plateaus have been completely cut off from the rest of the world. Even in the Spring, conditions and terrain are icy and dangerous.

    The trip to deliver supplies will take over two weeks – it's a distance of 65 km. Which on the highway, takes 45-60 mins. Wow. I mean, just wow. What an adventure. 
    We take the trip with Dimiti and his pal Sergei: Dimitri is the only driver from the village of Kholodnaia with the skills needed to drive the truck.

    During the journey, there are bears to dodge, crumbling bridges to navigate and glaciers to traverse. Sometimes the several feet deep snow covered roads have to be laid out with pine needle branches, trees which have to be felled first – along a stretch of 3 miles. That alone takes 1-2 days of work before the journey can be continued. Outside temps: -20 and if anything goes wrong, there's no AAA or similar rescue service to call. They're on their own. 
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  2. This guys are presenting their life more realistically than Bear Grylls Man vs wild show….kudos to the cameraman who walk ten kilometers with that brave heart Siberian in-between horrific noises of wolf.

  3. Can we just give extra props to the camera crew? They're as much, or even more insane than the truckers.

    Love this show and this narrator, they're awesome!

  4. And people bloody well whine about wearing a mask. Try living an actual tough life instead of pretending you're downtrodden for the sake of the greater good.

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