The Bystraya River is located in the central part of the peninsula. This is the second longest river in Kamchatka. The width of the river at the site of the rafting is from 40 to 80 m. The speed of the current is 1 m per second, on small rapids - up to 4 m per second. Water temperature is 5-8˚С. In the middle course, there are cascades of small thresholds. The maximum water level falls in June, this is due to the intensive melting of snow in the mountains. At this time, the rapids are changing, new channels appear in the lower section of the rafting, blockages are formed from fallen trees.
The river flows through picturesque places. On the way, you can go fishing, pick up mushrooms and berries, watch seagulls and wild ducks, and if you are lucky enough, you can see a bear or a Steller's sea eagle. All this makes rafting down the river an interesting and fascinating journey.