Upper part of mountain taiga – larch tundra-forest with “cedar elfin wood” shrubs between bare kurums.
No surface water. Soil water chanels in slop debris deposits.
Low part of the slope; the upper part of Klyukvenniy River – the glacial valley that was formed in middle time of Pleistocene.
From the top: 0.0-2.2 m – Active layer in Kurum (debris slope) with large blocks (0.2-1.0 m) and open porosity; 2.2-8.0 m – moraine deposits with mineral ice; 8.0-20.0 m – quartzite sandstone of Early Proterozoic Age.