Yudinovo is situated above the right bank of the Sudost River in the Pogar District, Briansk district of Russia. it is an Upper Paleolithic base camp site
Radiocarbon dates and geomorphology gives an occupation date between 16000 and 12000 years ago.
The site consists of the four notices of woolly mammoth bone.
Workshop areas related with the mammoth bones comprise of ten flint working areas, two mammoth ivory processing areas and seven areas where skinning and butchery of polar fox occurred.
The site is used as a base camp. It is also used by hunter-gatherers during winter seasons for a significant number of years.