A group of the 7 Summits Club held ropes training near the base camp of Carstensz Pyramid  

 Alexander Abramov, President of the 7 Summits Club, from Papua:  Hello from the base camp  of Carstensz Pyramid! Project "Seven summits in seven months" continues. Today our team, in good weather, had a great training ... read more

 Alexander Abramov, President of the 7 Summits Club, from Papua:

 Hello from the base camp  of Carstensz Pyramid! Project "Seven summits in seven months" continues. Today our team, in good weather, had a great training session on ropes. We have climbed the first five pitches of the route up. Worked out movements on jumars: vertical fixed ropes, horizontal. After that, we worked down the rope.  We went down five pitches on descenders. Well, in general, the team is almost ready to summit climb. In the afternoon we rested and slept. Now it's eight o'clock. We have dinner and go to bed. According to the plan, a rise in 1 a.m. and in two we got to go climbing. We hope to successfully climb tomorrow and safely descend to the base camp. If everything goes as we plan, the day after tomorrow we plan to fly by helicopter back to Timika.

 

Expedition members 1) Boris Kim (Russia) 2) Ivan Novikov (Russia) 3) Mamta Sodha (India) 4) Poorna Malavath (India). Guide: Alexander Abramov...

 

New project of the 7 Summits Club.

"7 Summits s in 7 months with Alexander Abramov"

 

 

                            

 

 

Large photo gallery of ascent of a group of the 7 Summits Club to the peak of Nelion in the massive of Kenya

 On March 19th, 2019, a group of 7 Summits Club, guide Boris Yegorov and three  members, climbed the second highest summit of the Kenya massif, Nelion peak, with a height of 5188 meters. To the highest point, the peak of Batian ... read more

 On March 19th, 2019, a group of 7 Summits Club, guide Boris Yegorov and three  members, climbed the second highest summit of the Kenya massif, Nelion peak, with a height of 5188 meters. To the highest point, the peak of Batian (5199m), it was decided not to go, not to get to the "cold overnight".  Simply, there was not enough day time.  Now the group safely descended to the foot of the summit and Boris Yegorov sent a large selection of photos from the ascent.