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A new group of the 7 Summits Club called "Red Suitcases" has begun its hike to the summit of Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro. Olga Rumyantseva, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Tanzania: Hello everyone from Tanzania! The first group did not have time to leave, as the second group of those wishing to climb Kilimanjaro had already arrived. This time we ... read more

Olga Rumyantseva, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Tanzania:

Hello everyone from Tanzania! The first group did not have time to leave, as the second group of those wishing to climb Kilimanjaro had already arrived. This time we have a large team, which decided to start by calling itself "Red Suitcases".
So, today we started our journey, starting from the gates of the national park and reaching the Machame camp at an altitude of 3000 meters. It had been raining since the morning, which accompanied us almost the whole way. Only at the end did it stop, and even the sun came out. The weather is disgusting, that's for sure. The forecasts are disappointing. But we do not lose optimism and try to have fun to the fullest.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A new group of the 7 Summits Club has started a climbing program on Aconcagua in Argentina

Aconcagua. Andrey Berezin, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Argentina: Buenos Dias! Argentina is in touch. The group "Gatito Luis" gathered in Mendoza and went to the foot of Mount Aconcagua. We spent the night in glamping Orcones. We ... read more

Andrey Berezin, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Argentina:

Buenos Dias! Argentina is in touch. The group "Gatito Luis" gathered in Mendoza and went to the foot of Mount Aconcagua. We spent the night in glamping Orcones. We met with Alexander Abramov, who returned from the slopes of Aconcagua. The guides of the group are Andrey Berezin and Sergey Avtomonov.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summit! The Alpaca group of the 7 Summits Club has successfully climbed Maria Peak

Yesterday, Viktor Volodin's Alpaca group made a successful ascent to Maria Peak with a height of 5500m! The weather conditions were difficult, but all the participants successfully climbed to the top and descended! Today, the group flies to ... read more

Yesterday, Viktor Volodin's Alpaca group made a successful ascent to Maria Peak with a height of 5500m! The weather conditions were difficult, but all the participants successfully climbed to the top and descended! Today, the group flies to the white city of Arequipa.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The first report of the season from the Vinson Massive in Antarctica. The group of the 7 Summits Club has already climbed to the Low Camp

Vinson. Artem Rostovtsev, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, sends from Antarctica: Hello, Seven Summits! This is Artem Rostovtsev. You've already forgotten about us, but we're still in Antarctica. We're going to Vinson Massive. Yesterday Was it ... read more

Artem Rostovtsev, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, sends from Antarctica:
Hello, Seven Summits! This is Artem Rostovtsev. You've already forgotten about us, but we're still in Antarctica. We're going to Vinson Massive. Yesterday… Was it yesterday? Yes, we finally moved under Vinson. Today we have already made a dash to the Low Camp. We settled here, and then we think about going further to the top…


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The first group of the 7 Summits Club season arrived in Chile to climb Ojos del Salado. They chose the name "Cars" for themselves!

Nikita Slotin, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Chile: Greetings to all from the Pacific coast from the group "Machines" ("Cars")! Today we met everyone who did not arrive yesterday. We also made our cars recognizable from ... read more

Nikita Slotin, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Chile:
Greetings to all from the Pacific coast from the group "Machines" ("Cars")! Today we met everyone who did not arrive yesterday. We also made our cars recognizable from afar, enjoyed the freshest scallops, rested, checked our equipment, discussed plans for tomorrow and had a good evening. Tomorrow we leave the bay and set out on our journey to the world's highest volcano. The first stop on the way is Santa Rosa Lagoon, where, hopefully, we will see pink flamingos.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Alpaca 7 Summits Club group is working in Peru according to the plan, but without the Internet. Today we move to the camp under the peak of Maria

Victor Volodin, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Peru: Greetings from the Alpaca group! If there are places in the world where there is no Internet, then we are traveling through them these three days. Today we spent the night ... read more

Victor Volodin, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Peru:
Greetings from the Alpaca group! If there are places in the world where there is no Internet, then we are traveling through them these three days. Today we spent the night in a valley near Lake Ausangate, in tents at an altitude of 4650 m. And in the early morning our way lay through the Palomani pass with a height of 5200. The weather pleases us, but after lunch it turn on the water (rain). Next, our way lies to the base camp of Maria Peak.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The members of the 7 Summits Club group have climbed up to the assault camp under the top of Sidley volcano and are ready to climb the top

Sidley. Lyudmila Korobeshko, guide and director of the 7 Summits Club from Antarctica: Good afternoon! Greetings to all from the Sidley assault camp from the group "Empanades Chilean pies". Today is January 3rd and we are at the Sidley assault ... read more

Lyudmila Korobeshko, guide and director of the 7 Summits Club from Antarctica:

Good afternoon! Greetings to all from the Sidley assault camp from the group "Empanades — Chilean pies". Today is January 3rd and we are at the Sidley assault camp. Yesterday, January 2, we arrived at the base camp at an altitude of 2200, approximately, on a large plane. We spent the night and literally just came to the assault camp. Leaving at 12 o'clock in the afternoon, at 12-30, by 9 pm, not quickly, but with heavy sledges, we came to the assault camp at an altitude of 3000. Everything is fine with us. Now we are setting up a camp and tomorrow we want to go climbing. So keep your fingers and fists on us. Tomorrow we are going to storm the highest volcano in Antarctica — Sidley. Everything is fine, the whole team feels great.

 

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The group of the 7 Summits Club "Sandia Alegre" climbed to acclimatize at Plaza Canada

Aconcagua. Alexander Dorojukov, Guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Argentina: Buenos dias from the Sandia alegre band! Yesterday we had a day of rest, relaxing in our comfortable base camp. Today, according to the plan, we climbed to Plaza ... read more

Alexander Dorojukov, Guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Argentina:

Buenos dias from the Sandia alegre band! Yesterday we had a day of rest, relaxing in our comfortable base camp. Today, according to the plan, we climbed to Plaza Canada (altitude 5000m). The weather has improved, there is practically no wind, we had a great walk today.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

President of the 7 Summits Club Alexander Abramov on the beginning of the new year. We are the best in Antarctica and Aconcagua

Sidley. A ski trip to the South Pole has just ended and here are 2 new teams now in Antarctica. The Vinson Mountain team will climb the highest peak in Antarctica. This is the key to the Seven Summits project. The ascent will be led by guides ... read more

A ski trip to the South Pole has just ended and here are 2 new teams now in Antarctica. The Vinson Mountain team will climb the highest peak in Antarctica. This is the key to the Seven Summits project. The ascent will be led by guides Artyom Rostovtsev and Tomasz Kobelski from Poland. There are 6 participants and 2 guides in the group. And the team went to Sidley Volcano, the highest volcano in Antarctica . This is the key to the Seven Volcanoes project. The team consists of 8 participants led by Lyudmila Korobeshko and American guide Larry Holmgren. In total, 8 people have conquered the "Seven volcanoes" in Russia at the moment. 6 more people will be added in case of luck after the expedition to Sidley Volcano. Good luck!
Alex Abramov from Aconcagua Base Camp, where this year the 7 Summits Club has six groups from the beginning of December to the end of February. We are the best!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The group of the 7 Summits Club on the eve of departure to its destination, the highest volcano in Antarctica, Mount Sidley. They promise minus 45!

Sidley. Lyudmila Korobeshko, the group's guide and director of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Antarctica: January 2nd. Greetings from Antarctica from the Union Glacier Camp! In just a couple of hours, our group on Sidley should fly away. The ... read more

Lyudmila Korobeshko, the group's guide and director of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Antarctica:

January 2nd. Greetings from Antarctica from the Union Glacier Camp! In just a couple of hours, our group on Sidley should fly away. The flight takes about 4-5 hours. On the mountain, and indeed within a radius of 700 km, we will be alone… This is also a unique expedition to Sidley.
Yesterday we all flew to Antarctica from Punta Arenas. Immediately upon landing, we were met by an American climber, David (he is the first American to close the 7 Volcanoes project). He asked us to contact James Stone, who keeps world statistics on 7 Volcanoes, and inform him about those who complete the project in our expedition and also send an updated route trek.
Artyom Rostovtsev, who recently returned from the Pole, met us at the camp itself. He's going to lead the group to Vinson now. We were all well fed, had a tour of the camp, then we set up tents and made wishes - for many it was the first night on a new continent - in Antarctica. The Antarctic white night passed quietly.
It's almost noon now. We have to leave for Sidley in an hour. There will be no Internet there anymore - we will make satellite calls. Follow our messages. They promise that it will be very cold this season in Sydney. According to the forecast, up to -45 at the top …

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alexander Abramov and Mingma have completed an acclimatization roattion to Nido de Condores on the slopes of Aconcagua and are resting before storming the summit

Aconcagua. Alexander Abramov, President of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Argentina: The night from January 31 to January 1, 2024, the team of Alex Abramov and Mingma Gelu Sherpa spent at the Nido de Condores Camp. At an altitude of 5,600 meters. ... read more

Alexander Abramov, President of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Argentina:

The night from January 31 to January 1, 2024, the team of Alex Abramov and Mingma Gelu Sherpa spent at the Nido de Condores Camp. At an altitude of 5,600 meters. Probably the highest in the world this New Year! The camp is great. We have a large tent with a kitchen-dining room. Tables, chairs, dishes. Even a large stove with a 20-liter cylinder. And this is at the height of the summit of Mount Elbrus. It's a pleasure to be there. We went down quickly.
Now we have a rest day down at the Plaza de Mulas camp, we sleep until we stop. Tomorrow, January 3rd, we have an assault exit according to the plan. We want to be on top of Aconcagua on the 5th. There is a strong wind, but on the night of the 4th to the 5th, the wind should be slightly weaker. 60-70 km per hour. Let's see what kind of Aconcagua-24 is…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summit! The group of the 7 Summits Club made a wonderful training ascent in Argentine Patagonia to the summit of Aguja De L'S

Boris Egorov, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, sends from Argentina: Greetings from Patagonia! We have great news, we have climbed our summit! And this is the first mountain in Patagonia for Alexey. We had a great adventure. The first day ... read more

Boris Egorov, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, sends from Argentina:

Greetings from Patagonia! We have great news, we have climbed our summit! And this is the first mountain in Patagonia for Alexey. We had a great adventure.
The first day was a very beautiful trekking of 13 km to the base camp. Overnight in a tent on a small area between the rocks and exit at dawn. We went under the wall along the glacier and began the ascent itself. Moreover, Alexey was in the lead for the first half of the route, confidently moving along the cliff and reliably belayed. Here you need to do everything yourself, the rock is clean, not prepared, use special equipment (camalots). And we were calm for the leader, the training was not in vain.

That's just before the very top, we ran into a local rope that was slower, but there was no way to overtake them. We were roasting in the sun for 40 minutes, and did not wait for their descent.
As a result, 14 hours from camp to camp. It may not be fast, but it is safe and calm.
We decided to spend New Year's Eve down in the village and practically ran down, and the change of the year caught us 4 kilometers from the finish line on the shore of Lake Capri.
Now we are resting, waiting for the weather window for the main ascent.
Happy New Year to all!
Guides Boris Egorov and Vladimir Murzaev.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Antarctica hosted the first group of the 7 Summits Club on Vinson in the season, now you need to wait for permission from Vinson itself

Vinson. Artem Rostovtsev, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Antarctica: Greetings for all Seven Summits from the group going to the Vinson Massive. The guys waited for the flight to Antarctica for an extra two days in Punta Arenas. ... read more

Artem Rostovtsev, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Antarctica:
Greetings for all Seven Summits from the group going to the Vinson Massive. The guys waited for the flight to Antarctica for an extra two days in Punta Arenas. Today, the band finally reunited at the Union Glacier base. But again there is a hitch, Vinson's base camp is in the clouds and the flight there by small plane is delayed until morning. Hopefully no longer...

 

 

 

 

 

The group of the 7 Summits Club "Mamba" made a successful ascent to the top of Kilimanjaro on New Year's Eve together with Santa Claus

Kilimanjaro. Olga Rumyantseva, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Tanzania: Hello everyone from Tanzania! Today, our Mamba group climbed the highest mountain in Africa - Kilimanjaro. We started climbing at 11 p.m. It's still 2023. But at ... read more

Olga Rumyantseva, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Tanzania:
Hello everyone from Tanzania! Today, our Mamba group climbed the highest mountain in Africa - Kilimanjaro. We started climbing at 11 p.m. It's still 2023.
But at exactly midnight, the entire slope along which the ascent to the volcano passes, densely dotted with chains of lanterns, resounded with joyful shouts and songs.
Few people manage to celebrate the New Year in such an unusual environment. We were walking pretty fast, so we went out to Stella Point in the dark.
There was another surprise waiting for us. One of our guides wore a Santa Claus costume. That's how we walked to the top of the crater - with Santa. To the delight of us, to the envy of all, watching the picturesque sunrise on the way.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The participants of the two groups of the 7 Summits Club took pictures on the eve of their flight to Antarctica

Sidley. Lyudmila Korobeshko, guide and director of the 7 Summits Club from Chile: Hello everyone from Punta Arenas Airport! Happy New Year to everyone! Yesterday, for us, the intrigue lasted until the last moment. In the morning we lived in a ... read more

Lyudmila Korobeshko, guide and director of the 7 Summits Club from Chile:

Hello everyone from Punta Arenas Airport! Happy New Year to everyone! Yesterday, for us, the intrigue lasted until the last moment. In the morning we lived in a waiting mode for departure to Antarctica. At 6 p.m. Chile time (it's midnight in Moscow), we decided to relax a little and celebrate the New Year ... and then the flight was announced. More precisely, we were informed of the departure time - earlier on the morning of January 1. So we didn't celebrate for long - we had to prepare for departure. But according to the Chilean tradition, we put on yellow underpants for the New Year. And everything worked out.
We are already at the airport, preparing for departure. We hope to send you greetings from Antarctica from Union in 5-6 hours.
See you soon! Lyudmila Korobeshko.

 

 

 

 

 

The group of the 7 Summits Club "Sandia Alegre" climbed to the base camp of Plaza de Mulas near Aconcagua and celebrated the New Year for the first time

Aconcagua. The guide of the 7 Summits Club, Alexander Dorojukov, reports from Argentina: Buenos dias from the Sandia alegre band! We reached the Plaza de Mulas today. A good place to celebrate the New Year. In 8 hours we came here and celebrated the ... read more

The guide of the 7 Summits Club, Alexander Dorojukov, reports from Argentina:
Buenos dias from the Sandia alegre band! We reached the Plaza de Mulas today. A good place to celebrate the New Year. In 8 hours we came here and celebrated the New Year in Moscow. We are working further. The guides are Dmitry Semenov and Alexander Dorojukov.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The group of the 7 SummitsClub Alpaca has arrived at the legendary place Machu Picchu. And wishes everyone a Happy New Year!

Victor Volodin, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Peru: First of all, Happy New Year to everyone! We wish you health and adventures, without which there is no health! News from the Alpaca group. Everything is going according to ... read more

Victor Volodin, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Peru:
First of all, Happy New Year to everyone! We wish you health and adventures, without which there is no health! News from the Alpaca group. Everything is going according to plan. We moved to Machu Picchu, spent the night and started early in the morning to places still unexplored by people. I recommend definitely visiting them!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alex Abramov presents the Aconcagua Base Camp (VIDEO) and goes to celebrate the New Year in the "nest of condors"

Aconcagua. The president of the 7 Summits Club, Alexander Abramov, and our main Nepalese partner Mingma Sherpa, moved from Confluencia Camp to Plaza de Mulas base camp on December 29. There they were met by our company's guide Valery Myasoedov, who ... read more

The president of the 7 Summits Club, Alexander Abramov, and our main Nepalese partner Mingma Sherpa, moved from Confluencia Camp to Plaza de Mulas base camp on December 29. There they were met by our company's guide Valery Myasoedov, who showed them the camp's structure.
Alexander Abramov : We have the best base camp on Aconcagua. The best conditions. See for yourself! Now we are going out for acclimatization to spend the night at the Nido de Condores camp (condor's nest). We'll shoot and send a video of the upper camp there. You will be surprised. There is a large dining room, tables, chairs under the clouds. While everyone else is cooking, squatting in small tents, our participants are drinking coffee and playing board games at tables and chairs at the height of the top of Mount Elbrus. The best camps on Aconcagua are at the 7 Summits Club.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The group of the 7 Summits Club "Mamba" went up to the assault camp Kosovo and will celebrate the New Year on the way to the summit

Kilimanjaro. Olga Rumyantseva, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Tanzania: Greetings from Tanzania from the Mamba team! While the whole civilized world is cutting salads and dressing up to celebrate the New Year, we are slowly but steadily ... read more

Olga Rumyantseva, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Tanzania:
Greetings from Tanzania from the Mamba team! While the whole civilized world is cutting salads and dressing up to celebrate the New Year, we are slowly but steadily approaching the summit of Kilimanjaro.
Today we moved to the Kosovo camp, which is located at an altitude of 4870 meters, from where we will start at 11 p.m. So we'll celebrate the New Year somewhere along the way.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two Antarctic groups of the 7 Summits Club are still awaiting departure to the Ice Continent in the Chilean Punta Arenas. But they are not sitting idle

Lyudmila Korobeshko, a guide and director of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Chile: December, 31st. Hello everyone, still from the edge of the world - Punta Arenas! Yesterday, at the very last moment, our flight to Antarctica was ... read more

Lyudmila Korobeshko, a guide and director of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Chile:

December, 31st. Hello everyone, still from the edge of the world - Punta Arenas!
Yesterday, at the very last moment, our flight to Antarctica was canceled. The weather is unstable. In order not to waste time and get used to the south, we went almost 100 km to the south - to the San Isidro Lighthouse on the very edge of the mainland of South America. On the way, we visited Fort Bulnes, a reconstructed village of the first settlers, walked through the magical Patagonian forest and the coast along the Strait of Magellan.
In the evening, we were informed that there was a chance of a flight. We rushed to pack our things, but at the last moment we were given the hang up. So we're back in standby mode. We don't know yet where we will celebrate the New Year.
Nevertheless, we sincerely congratulate everyone on the upcoming year and send the warmest greetings from the edge of the world! May everything work out for you and us! We keep our fingers crossed and three legs at the monument to Magellan.