There is a South Pole! Our team with guides Tashi Lakpa Sherpa and Nirmal Purja successfully completed the Last Degree program

A team of six people, two of whom, Tashi and Nims, were in the role of guides, reached the South Pole on January 1. They successfully coped with the "Last Degree" program, having skied about 110 kilometers. Now all the participants and ... read more

A team of six people, two of whom, Tashi and Nims, were in the role of guides, reached the South Pole on January 1. They successfully coped with the "Last Degree" program, having skied about 110 kilometers. Now all the participants and guides are already resting at the Union Glacier base. Part of the group is waiting for departure to Punta Arenas, and some (those who have not been there) are planning to climb on the summit of the Vinson Massif.

The group of the 7 Summits Club "Without Olivier" climbed to the Everest base camp, and two participants also climbed Kala Patthar

Maxim Shakirov, guide of the 7 Summits Club, from Nepal: Greetings to all from the team "Without Olivier"! Max Shakirov is in touch. Today our team reached the top point of our trek - the Everest base camp. And two of our team were able to ... read more

 Maxim Shakirov, guide of the 7 Summits Club, from Nepal: Greetings to all from the team "Without Olivier"! Max Shakirov is in touch. Today our team reached the top point of our trek - the Everest base camp. And two of our team were able to climb Kala Patthar before that. The views were beautiful, but it was cold. Details later, but for now only one "final" photo.

The team of the 7 Summits Club "7 Nations Army" moved to the High Camp and is preparing to storm the summit of the Vinson Massif

Lyudmila Korobeshko, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, director of the company: Hello everyone from Antarctica! Now we are in the High Camp. Just recently, the last participants came here. We went up in three groups. Someone faster, someone ... read more

Lyudmila Korobeshko, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, director of the company: Hello everyone from Antarctica! Now we are in the High Camp. Just recently, the last participants came here. We went up in three groups. Someone faster, someone slower. The fastest – in 6 hours, the slowest - in 10 hours. The group, of course, is large and the forces are very unequal. Nevertheless, tomorrow, January 3rd, we want to storm the whole team and hope for a successful ascent. Moreover, the weather is still good. We are a little worried, because not everyone was given last trek easily. Nevertheless, we are planning an assault by the whole team tomorrow. Wish us good luck!