Why Everest to have comfort or we make reaching the top more guaranteed!

The experience of our 14 expeditions to Everest suggests the following: conditions of rest during acclimatization are essential for success. The climber should restore his strength as much as possible, should not get sick, should keep his ... read more

The experience of our 14 expeditions to Everest suggests the following: conditions of rest during acclimatization are essential for success. The climber should restore his strength as much as possible, should not get sick, should keep his high moral spirit and desire to go to the end. To do this, we are building a comfortable base camp, for this purpose we engaged in the preparation of cooks, for this all entertainments, the entire organization of leisure. There is no worse, when climbers after  hard exits huddle in cramped tents, eating monotonous canned food and not knowing what to do in days of rest.

 Alexander Abramov, President of the 7 Summits Club, the expedition leader on Everest:

I have just returned from Nepal, where I had gone to check the readiness of our expedition Everest 2018. This year we are doing more comfortable base camp - Luxury camp, as we call it. We deliver new spacious tents with beds, heaters and a desk. We are also waiting to reach a new level of our cuisine, because our favorite chef from Antarctica Patricio came to help us. The whole expedition is ready. This year we have 20 participants, 7 guides and 6 cooks. And 35 Sherpas as high-altitude guides and porters. It is the largest expedition on Mount Everest in 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A group of Lyudmila Korobeshko visited the wonderful places of Bolivia, at altitudes up to 4000 meters. This is acclimatization

Lyudmila Korobeshko, group guide, Director of the 7 Summits Club:  Hello from Bolivia from the Lake of Titicaca! We've been traveling Bolivia for three days. Today we made an easy trekking through the Sun island in the heart of lake ... read more

Lyudmila Korobeshko, group guide, Director of the 7 Summits Club:

 Hello from Bolivia from the Lake of Titicaca! We've been traveling Bolivia for three days. Today we made an easy trekking through the Sun island in the heart of lake Titicaca. In the morning we left La Paz. Already on the shore of the lake we visited the place where the legendary vessel of Thor Heyerdahl - RA 2, which overcame the Atlantic, was built from reeds.

 Then we get to the religious center of Bolivia's town of Copacabana, from where the boat sailed to the island of the Sun. Beautiful picnic in nature, visiting the ruins of the residence of the rulers of the Incas, hike to 4000.  We got to our home near the village of Yumani only a sunset. Sunset itself we met at the highest point of the Sun island - Yuman Mirador 4100.

Tomorrow we will visit the Moon island, the floating Islands of Uros, made of reed, and by the evening we should be in a base camp at the foot of Mount Huayna Potosi at 4800.