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Trekking across frozen Lake Baikal in Siberia

Heleen pulls her sledge overland after crossing frozen Lake Baikal in Siberia, Russia on foot. She collected vodka bottles to help clean the lake. .They are a group of five people: Justin Jin (Chinese-British), Heleen van Geest (Dutch), Nastya and Misha Martynov (Russian) and their Russian guide Arkady. .They pulled their sledges 80 km across the world's deepest lake, taking a break on Olkhon Island. They slept two nights on the ice in -15c. .Baikal, the world's largest lake by volume, contains one-fifth of the earth's fresh water and plunges to a depth of 1,637 metres..The lake is frozen from November to April, allowing people to cross by cars and lorries.

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Heleen pulls her sledge overland after crossing frozen Lake Baikal in Siberia, Russia on foot. She collected vodka bottles to help clean the lake. .They are a group of five people: Justin Jin (Chinese-British), Heleen van Geest (Dutch), Nastya and Misha Martynov (Russian) and their Russian guide Arkady. .They pulled their sledges 80 km across the world's deepest lake, taking a break on Olkhon Island. They slept two nights on the ice in -15c. .Baikal, the world's largest lake by volume, contains one-fifth of the earth's fresh water and plunges to a depth of 1,637 metres..The lake is frozen from November to April, allowing people to cross by cars and lorries.