May tour to Bolivia started, our group gathered in the city of La Paz at a height of from 3600! PHOTOS

Olga Rumyantseva, guide of 7 summits Club, from Bolivia: Today our expedition to Bolivia was launched. All night, the group members were arriving to La Paz. And early in the morning, we went out to sightsee and to acclimate - because La Paz ... read more

Olga Rumyantseva, guide of 7 summits Club, from Bolivia:

Today our expedition to Bolivia was launched. All night, the group members were arriving to La Paz. And early in the morning, we went out to sightsee and to acclimate - because La Paz is at an altitude of 3600 meters.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The first outing to the high altitude zone. Report of Alex Abramov

Alex Abramov, the leader of the expedition from the camp ABC: Day 13. April 29.  The expedition  of the 7 Summits Club Everest-2017. Saying goodbye to accompanying the expedition three girls who really didn't want to leave, we ... read more

Alex Abramov, the leader of the expedition from the camp ABC:

Day 13. April 29.

 The expedition  of the 7 Summits Club Everest-2017.

Saying goodbye to accompanying the expedition three girls who really didn't want to leave, we went in Middle camp, 5800. There were to continue our ACCLIMATIZATION OXYGEN. Everything was going as usual and 6 hours under the scorching sun we got to our comfortable camp Middle camp. 5800. After the "water chicken" soup, all climbers feel better. Even played with playing cards. However, winning those who have indicators of oxygen in the blood above. Before bed all persons put on oxygen at 0.5 liters per minute and forgotten the sweet sleep.

  

Alex Abramov, the leader of the expedition from the camp ABC:

Day 14. April 30.

The expedition of the 7 Summits Club Everest 2017. It turns out that not all the participants breathed oxygen all night. Some of them economize oxygen and breathing just 3-4 hours. Moreover, in the morning, all climbers feel equally well. Even doubts began to arise in the need to breathe artificial oxygen in the night. But when we started moving up that those who spent the night breathing and recovered well, they were better than those who claimed that without oxygen they feel good. We came all the way from the Middle Camp to camp to ABC, it takes about 7 hours. Needless to say, it was not easy. But camp ABC immediately impressed everyone with its comfort. The main attraction - a big tent with a diameter of 8 meters, with a large transparent window with views of Everest. And equipped with heaters. Our camp is at the top of place, so yaks don't go near our camp. Tomorrow is May 1th Holiday, we will go to mention his drum lessons on the ice.