Two groups of the 7 Summits Club climbed the Pastukhov Rocks for acclimatization. Video

Two groups of the 7 Summits Club under the leadership of guides Alexander Dorojukov and Andrey Berezin completed an acclimatization cycle before climbing Mount Elbrus. Today they have successfully climbed the Pastukhov Rocks, reached the ... read more

Two groups of the 7 Summits Club under the leadership of guides Alexander Dorojukov and Andrey Berezin completed an acclimatization cycle before climbing Mount Elbrus. Today they have successfully climbed the Pastukhov Rocks, reached the height of 5000 meters. All of members and guides feel good. Ahead of them there will be a day of rest and preparation for the assault on the summit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The 7 Summits Club opens a new season in the North of Elbrus

The new international group of the 7 Summits Club is acclimatized on the Northern slopes of Elbrus, preparing for the ascent. The group is fast, cheerful and optimistic! Group guide - Max Shakirov. This is the first group of the season in ... read more

The new international group of the 7 Summits Club is acclimatized on the Northern slopes of Elbrus, preparing for the ascent. The group is fast, cheerful and optimistic! Group guide - Max Shakirov. This is the first group of the season in the Northern direction.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alexander Abramov from the expedition to Denali: the team climbed to the Camp 14,000 feet - Ranger Camp

The 7 Summits Club, Hello!  Alexander Abramov, Alaska, climbing Mount McKinley (Denali). The whole team feels good, we are going at a very good pace. This morning we woke up at one in the morning, as usual. We ate, loaded, went ... read more

The 7 Summits Club, Hello!  Alexander Abramov, Alaska, climbing Mount McKinley (Denali). The whole team feels good, we are going at a very good pace. This morning we woke up at one in the morning, as usual. We ate, loaded, went upstairs. Snow fell. The weather was really bad, but nevertheless we managed to move to the Camp 14000 Feet. This is very important as this camp is key for climbing. This so-called "Camp of Rangers" - a very large, comfortable glade. And then we do getting to High camp and continue the ascent. This should take us 4 days.

Tomorrow - strengthening of snow, increase of wind. In General, we will look, dig ourselves. But by the weekend, by the 6th and 7th as we planned, by our ascent, the weather should, like, get better. 

Lots of hugs for everyone! Hot, warm greetings from Alaska!

 

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