Kamchatka is located at the north-east of Russia. It is bounded by the Bering Sea of the Pacific Ocean from the east and by the Okhotsk Sea from the west. The nature of the region is very varied: snow-covered mountains with glaciers, sugar loaf mountains by the sea, softwood forests and leafy forests, large forest tundra and tundra areas and deep-frozen soil to the north. There are thousands of rivers and lakes. The climate is harsh. Kamchatka has long showy winter and short cool summer. Fall is considered to be the best time to visit Kamchatka; it lasts from August to October. It is a short period mostly without winds and rains. The average temperatures are 46-50 F.
The Sheep hunt is organized in the Northern part of Kamchatka, in Tigil region.