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До администрации заповедника в с. Лазо можно доехать прямым рейсом автобуса из Владивостока (через Сергеевку, Шкотово, Артём). Маршруты по заповеднику можно выполнять на автомобилях или пешком, общественного транспорта нет.
Lazovski Nature Reserve (also Lazovsky) is a Russian 'zapovednik' (strict ecological reserve) that sits on the southeastern slopes of the Sikhote-Alin mountain range, down to the coast of the Sea of Japan, in Primorsky Krai in the Russian Far East about 150 km due east of Vladivostok.
The reserve is 95% forested, with the largest stand of yew trees in the
Russian Far East, and has been the subject of scientific study since
the 1800s for its rich communities of plants and animals found in the
transition mountain to maritime zones in a temperate, rainy forest.
Lazonvsky Reserve contains more species than any other reserve in the
Russian Far East, and 60% of the species in the Priomorky region are
found on the reserve. It is jointly managed with the Zov Tigra National Park, located about 50 km to the northwest. The reserve is situated entirely within the Lazovsky District of Primorsky Krai. The reserve was created in 1957, and covers an area of 120,989 ha (467.14 sq mi).