The region is very picturesque, it was called Ingushetia's cradle. Numerous tower complexes survived in the mountains, which are so harmoniously fit into the local atmosphere, and we are very pleased for our vast and diverse country. It is also known that in the XVI century the Great Silk Road passed through this land.
Friends frightened us of the unrest Caucasus before the trip, but we were interested - is it really? As it turned out, all is quiet in Dzheyrakh area, locals say that it has never been battling there and military actions do not held. Traces of the Chechen campaign still remained outside Dzheyrakh district, in the village Tsori, near Chechnya.
Climb to the rock is not complicated; the way can be overcome by any little trained person.
The ancient temple of Myat-Seli is situated at the top of the hill. During ancient times Ingush people organized meetings and made sacrifices there, the temple is more than 1000 years old.
Jump exit is complex, you should not make mistakes.
The first twenty seconds of the flight passes through the gorge, rocks pinches you from all sides. You mast take very quick flyout at a safe height. Very beautiful landscape allows proximity flights. It is very interesting place for experienced base-jumpers.
Source: Ratmir Nagimyanov. Additional information: http://baseguru.ru/