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A large group of the 7 Summits Club gathered in Kathmandu to complete the route to the Everest Base Camp

The guide of the 7 Summits Club Nastya Grigorievskaya reports from Nepal: A friendly team of trekking to the Everest base camp and a team of climbers on Island Peak gathered in Kathmandu! A total of 18 participants! Already at night we ... read more

The guide of the 7 Summits Club Nastya Grigorievskaya reports from Nepal:

A friendly team of trekking to the Everest base camp and a team of climbers on Island Peak gathered in Kathmandu! A total of 18 participants! Already at night we are moving to Ramechap airport, from where there will be a flight to Lukla.

Everyone is in a great mood, we walked around the city in the afternoon and got acquainted with the local cuisine, bought the missing equipment.  All the members were presented with branded gifts from the Club, and in the evening they had a warm welcome dinner!

In the evening, the name of the team was born: "Ginger, lemon and buzz". Well, let these components allow everyone to successfully acclimatize and successfully reach their intended goal! See you on the air!

The guides of the 7 Summits Club Sergey Avtomonov, Kristina Putintseva and Nastya Georgievskaya.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The group of the 7 Summits Club "Cats" moved in Lobuche, but did not wait for visibility

Artem Rostovtsev, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal: Peace, labor, May! A column of beautiful girls after a hearty breakfast opened the morning May Day demonstration in the town of Periche. Under the falling snow. The ... read more

Artem Rostovtsev, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal:

 Peace, labor, May! A column of beautiful girls after a hearty breakfast opened the morning May Day demonstration in the town of Periche. Under the falling snow. The snow was coming from the very clouds and clouds that have been hiding the beauty of the Himalayas for the fourth day. So under the snow and partly with the wind we went all the way to Lobuche. We are no longer used to it. No one is frozen or wet, the snow is dry. And in the lodges, as always, we are the brightest, cheerful and not tired. Base camp wait for us tomorrow!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A new group of the 7 Summits Club is going to ascend Elbrus under the leadership of Andrey Berezin

A guide of the 7 Summits Club Andrey Berezin reports from the Elbrus region: News of the Elbrus region. A group with the name "Peace, Labor, brut" has started a program of acclimatization and preparation for climbing Elbrus. Today we held ... read more

A guide of the 7 Summits Club Andrey Berezin reports from the Elbrus region:

News of the Elbrus region. A group with the name "Peace, Labor, brut" has started a program of acclimatization and preparation for climbing Elbrus. Today we held a May demonstration to the Ai cafe on the slope of Cheget. The weather is early spring. There is snow on the slopes, the trails are also snow-covered. The legs got slightly wet, snow broke off from time to time. But it couldn't spoil our wonderful mood.  Tomorrow we will move to the refuge on the Elbrus slopes, where we will continue acclimatization. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The team of climbers on the Makalu of the 8000 Club made the first acclimatization rotation and is resting in the base camp

The head of the expedition to Makalu Lyudmila Korobeshko reports from Nepal: Happy May 1st to everyone! Yesterday we went to the first acclimatization. The climb to Camp 1 turned out to be quite difficult - there was a steep part in ... read more

The head of the expedition to Makalu Lyudmila Korobeshko reports from Nepal:

Happy May 1st to everyone!  Yesterday we went to the first acclimatization. The climb to Camp 1 turned out to be quite difficult - there was a steep part in front of the camp itself. We spent the night at 6300. In the morning, part of the group got up into Camp 2, left the drop there and also ran down. The snowfall was quite heavy both days. Tomorrow and the day after tomorrow, May 2 and 3, according to the plan, are rest days. Everyone feels good. But we tired, of course.

 

 

 

 

 

A new group of the 7 Summits Club begins a climb to the summit of Giluwe, the highest volcano on the Australian continent

Boris Egorov, the Guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Papua New Guinea: And finally the adventure in Papua for the next big group began. They called themselves "Stars in boots"!! The first part arrived yesterday, and we entertained ... read more

Boris Egorov, the Guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Papua New Guinea:

And finally the adventure in Papua for the next big group began. They called themselves "Stars in boots"!! The first part arrived yesterday, and we entertained ourselves with conversations and sipped wine. And the next morning, as if nothing had happened, we conducted a joint yoga practice. Today, everyone finally gathered in the town of Mount Hagen, had lunch, checked out local shops and moved to a comfortable lodge in the middle of the rain forest. We had an incredibly interesting circle of acquaintances. The team is big, 10 people, and I wanted to listen to everyone without stopping. Tomorrow, an early ascent and trekking to the base camp under the Giluwe volcano.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The group of the 7 Summits Club "Cats" moved to the village of Periche

Artem Rostovtsev, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal: The Cat team moved from Deboche to Periche. We left the forest zone, passed the 4000m mark. We like the trail, we go merrily, the views are only hidden behind clouds ... read more

Artem Rostovtsev, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal:

The Cat team moved from Deboche to Periche. We left the forest zone, passed the 4000m mark. We like the trail, we go merrily, the views are only hidden behind clouds again - we have to imagine the mountains around, and not look at them. But it's not scary, and what we saw is very impressive. A little more and we are at the Everest base camp!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The group of the 7 Summits Club "Cats" moved to the village of Debuche

Artem Rostovtsev, the super-guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal: News from the Cats group. This morning we left Namche Bazaar. We have to go to the Everest base camp, they are waiting for us there. A good trail with ... read more

 

Artem Rostovtsev, the super-guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal:

 News from the Cats group. This morning we left Namche Bazaar. We have to go to the Everest base camp, they are waiting for us there. A good trail with beautiful landscapes, we followed it to Debuche. It's just a little disappointing that all the majestic beauties of the Himalayas were hidden by dense clouds. They did not give Tengboche a chance to admire the monastery either. Unexpected rain and hail drove us to the lodge, where we spend the night. Tomorrow, according to the program, there will be afternoon precipitation from the sky again. But we hope not to get wet - they should not be liquid even after our arrival at the next lodge. Everyone feels good. We figured out how fast (or rather slowly) we need to move so as not to spoil our well-being and mood, as well as how to treat the slight impact of altitude on us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The team of the Everest of the 8000 Club successfully passed the test of the first acclimatization rotation to Camp-2

Svetlana Kotlyar, manager of the 7 Summits Club and a member of the expedition, reports from Nepal: Greetings to all from the team "We are just tourists" of the 8000 Club! Our team successfully completed the first rotation and today ... read more

Svetlana Kotlyar, manager of the 7 Summits Club and a member of the expedition, reports from Nepal:

Greetings to all from the team "We are just tourists" of the 8000 Club!  Our team successfully completed the first rotation and today returned to our warm and cozy base camp! We spent one night at 6100 and one at 6400.

The climb to the first camp (6100) took 9.5 hours. This year, the Khumbu icefall does not look as intimidating as in the past, there are much fewer difficult ice walls and unpleasant areas, everything is passable. On the way to the camp, we met the team of Alex Abramov.  In the afternoon after the climb, happy and contented, went to bed and slept almost until evening.

The climb from 6100 to 6400 (Camp 2) takes about 5 hours. Camp-2 is already more comfortable. We were fed a three-course lunch, we were accommodated in tents for one person.

The minimum plan is fulfilled — we made two high-altitude overnight stays. We woke up early today and ran downstairs.

Now we are sitting happily at dinner and discussing all our adventures!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Vitaly Lazo and Anton Pugovkin from the group " Death Zone Freeride" descended to the base camp after climb above 7000 meters

Vitaly Lazo: And again, greetings from the Base Camp at 5300! Yesterday Anton and I came down from Camp 3, from the acclimatization rotation. We also met blue ice, and stones were flying but everything is fine with us, and we even went ... read more

Vitaly Lazo:  And again, greetings from the Base Camp at 5300! Yesterday Anton and I came down from Camp 3, from the acclimatization rotation. We also met blue ice, and stones were flying — but everything is fine with us, and we even went skiing.

This downhill skiing was the most exciting in our output: fresh snow, good skiing. Tomorrow we are preparing to descend 1 km below, to rest in Pangboche.

 

 

 

 

 

The team of the 7 Summits Club "Masala Team" climbed to Camp 2 on the slopes of Mount Everest

President of the 7 Summits Club, head of the Everest expedition Alexander Abramov reports from Nepal: Hello everyone! Our team moved from Camp 1 (6100m) to Camp 2 (6400m). Everyone feels good. The camp is comfortable. Everest looms right ... read more

President of the 7 Summits Club, head of the Everest expedition Alexander Abramov reports from Nepal:

Hello everyone!  Our team moved from Camp 1 (6100m) to Camp 2 (6400m). Everyone feels good. The camp is comfortable. Everest looms right over us. The weather is brilliant today. Tomorrow we will descend to the base camp. And one participant of our team goes through the program "Touching Everest". This is Elina Lazarevskaya.  Tomorrow she goes out with a sherpa and with extra oxygen to Camp 3 (7100 m), touches it and happily flies by helicopter to Kathmandu and home. And on May 2, the "Cats" team comes to us with a guide Artem Rostovtsev.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The team of climbers on Makalu 8000 Club flew from the Khumbu Valley to the Makalu base camp

The head of the expedition on Makalu Lyudmila Korobeshko reports from Nepal: Hello everyone! The 8000 Club team flew into the Makalu base camp. The helicopter flight impressed the participants very much, there were passes, gorges, ridges ... read more

The head of the expedition on Makalu Lyudmila Korobeshko reports from Nepal:

  Hello everyone! The 8000 Club team flew into the Makalu base camp. The helicopter flight impressed the participants very much, there were passes, gorges, ridges under us. The pilot was the legendary Italian climber Simone Moro. The camp itself also pleased the participants of the expedition. Very comfortable and convenient. At the camp we were greeted with bread and salt by our old friend the cook from Everest - Dandy. He treated us to the traditional Everest soup "Chicken Water" (potato chicken rice). Tomorrow  there will be the puja ceremony in the camp and if the weather allows, the team will go to camp 1. Everyone feels great, the mood is good.

 

The group of the 7 Summits Club "Cats" is already in Namche Bazaar. Suspension bridges have been mastered and are no longer scary

Artem Rostovtsev, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal: We are in the capital of the Sherpas - Namche Bazaar. In the morning, there was exercises, a delicious breakfast, in general, everything was fine at Yeti Mountain Home, ... read more

 

Artem Rostovtsev, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal:

We are in the capital of the Sherpas - Namche Bazaar. In the morning, there was exercises, a delicious breakfast, in general, everything was fine at Yeti Mountain Home, thanks to us. In Namche, we also stayed at Yeti Home. We walked here for about 6 hours, just in time before the rain, which went almost according to schedule. The highlight of today's crossing is the Hillary Bridge. We had a person in our team who was excited just by the mention of this bridge. But while we got to him, we managed to fight their fears less on numerous bridges. In general, we are in Namche, we feel good, the next item of the program is an acclimatization walk to the Everest view hotel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The team of the 7 Summits Club "Masala Team" passed the Khumbu icefall to Camp-1 in 11 hours

President of the 7 Summits Club, head of the Everest expedition Alexander Abramov reports from Nepal: The Masala Team is already in the First Camp. At 6100. With heroic efforts, for 11 honest hours of work, we stumbled into a ... read more

President of the 7 Summits Club, head of the Everest expedition Alexander Abramov reports from Nepal:

The Masala Team is already in the First Camp. At 6100. With heroic efforts, for 11 honest hours of work, we stumbled into a snow-covered camp. We experienced a lot of stress on the way. When such people climb vertical ropes.  It seems, they have never seen climbing equipment. It's funny when 10 Sherpas pull a woman along the wall on a rope. And she doesn't even help. Moreover, I am sure that in 30 days she will be standing at the summit with the flags of her beloved country and sponsors.  And our camp is great. Even at 6100 we have internet.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The team of climbers on the Makalu of the 8000 Club left the Everest base camp and descended to the village of Pheriche

The head of the expedition on Makalu Lyudmila Korobeshko reports from Nepal: Greetings to all from Nepal, again from Pheriche, from Makalu Minions team! Today we spent the second night at the Everest Base Camp and left the hospitable ... read more

The head of the expedition on Makalu Lyudmila Korobeshko reports from Nepal:

 Greetings to all from Nepal, again from Pheriche, from “Makalu Minions team”! Today we spent the second night at the Everest Base Camp and left the hospitable camp of climbers on the Everest of the 7 Summits Club. We went down to Pheriche. By 15.00 we were in our cozy Edelweiss lodge. And then it just started snowing. We hope the weather will improve by morning, because tomorrow morning we have to fly directly to the ABC camp on Makalu. We will burhan today for good weather! Wish us the weather and good luck!

Lyudmila Korobeshko, the head of the expedition on Makalu, and Israfil Ashurli, the head of the minions, were in touch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The team of the Everest of the Club 8000 celebrated puja and goes to a big acclimatization rotation on 6400m

Svetlana Kotlyar, manager of the 7 Summits Club and a member of the expedition, reports from Nepal: Greetings to all from the team "We are just tourists!"! Today, after breakfast, a puja ceremony took place, at which the lama and monks ... read more

Svetlana Kotlyar, manager of the 7 Summits Club and a member of the expedition, reports from Nepal:

Greetings to all from the team "We are just tourists!"! Today, after breakfast, a puja ceremony took place, at which the lama and monks recited mantras, burned incense and blessed the ascenders.  Surprisingly, literally immediately after the ceremony, a rainbow appeared over the top of Lhotse! And then a second one appeared over our heads!

After lunch, we held a briefing, where we discussed and approved further plans: tomorrow morning we go to the first camp at 6100, we planned to leave at 4 am. If everything goes according to plan, then the day after tomorrow we will move to the second camp at 6400. We'll be out of touch for a few days.

Wish us good luck!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The group of the 7 Summits Club "Cats" flew to Lukla and walked to the Phakding

Artem Rostovtsev, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal: - How to get to the Everest base camp? - You should first go to Kathmandu airport, from there fly to Lukla, and best of all by helicopter. So the "Cats" team ... read more

Artem Rostovtsev, the guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal:

- How to get to the Everest base camp?

- You should first go to Kathmandu airport, from there fly to Lukla, and best of all by helicopter. So the "Cats" team arrived early this morning. Then everything is standard - with your feet on the path towards the Phakding. No more on the first day. Everyone is absolutely delighted with both the helicopter flight and the walk along the trail, the views around are amazing. We didn't have time to get tired, so before dinner we worked up an appetite in a hill to a nearby monastery. And in general, we have a lot of fun.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A perfect day of the Makalu team of the 8000 Club at the Everest base camp

The head of the expedition on Makalu Lyudmila Korobeshko reports from Nepal: Greetings to all from Nepal from the Everest BC (altitude 5300) from the Makalu Minions team! We spent the first night at an altitude of 5,300 in the Everest BC. ... read more

The head of the expedition on Makalu Lyudmila Korobeshko reports from Nepal:

Greetings to all from Nepal from the Everest BC (altitude 5300) from the Makalu Minions team! We spent the first night at an altitude of 5,300 in the Everest BC. Slightly swollen. To disperse the blood, we went for a walk around the camp. We went to lunch at the camp of our partners - 14 Peaks. Here we met a lot of friends - including Volodya Kotlyar.  We met the legendary Kami Rita Sherpa - 26 times on Everest. After a delicious lunch, we went to visit our group with Vitya Volodin and Sveta Kotlyar. In their camp, we were given delicious coffee. According to the plan, Victor and his team will go up for a few days for acclimatization tomorrow.

And we're going down to Periche tomorrow. And the day after tomorrow we have to fly into the camp near Makalu.

Lyudmila Korobeshko, the head of the expedition on Makalu, and Israfil Ashurli, the head of the minions, were in touch.

 

P.S. Alex also conducted a theoretical oxygen lesson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The team of the expedition of the 7 Summits Club to Everest held ice classes and met the Makalu group

Hello everyone Massala Team! The Internet has dropped. But we have a backup channel- pigeons. We write through space pigeons. Yesterday, Lyudmila Korobeshko's Makalu team came to our camp. We made everyone welcome and gave them the Bar for ... read more

Hello everyone Massala Team!  The Internet has dropped. But we have a backup channel- pigeons. We write through space pigeons. Yesterday, Lyudmila Korobeshko's Makalu team came to our camp. We made everyone welcome and gave them the Bar for temporary use. There are 11 people in Makalu's Team! In jackets of colors Club 8000. Yellow-black-gray. They entered the camp with a flag, scaring the Yaks. We also visited the camp of the 8000 Club team going to Everest under the leadership of Vitya Volodin. Everyone is very active and positive.

Tomorrow our team goes to the first rotation. Camp 1 - 6100m and camp 2 - 6400m. Everyone is cheerful. Today, according to the plan, there is a lecture on oxygen and a gala dinner. We live like kings in the best camp! The food is varied. There was trout the day before yesterday. King prawns yesterday. It is impossible not to ascend. We have big tents, beds, a bar with a projector. And the best chef there can be.

On April 25, our team held ice classes. All participants showed good readiness.

Greetings from Everest, Alexander Abramov. Lena Abramova. Andrey Selivanov.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The team of climbers on Makalu of the 8000 Club climbed to the Everest base camp, where they will spend two days

The head of the expedition on Makalu Lyudmila Korobeshko reports from Nepal: Greetings from Nepal from Everest Base Camp (altitude 5300) from the Makalu Minions team! This morning we left Lobuche (4900) and by lunchtime we arrived at the ... read more

The head of the expedition on Makalu Lyudmila Korobeshko reports from Nepal:

 Greetings from Nepal from Everest Base Camp (altitude 5300) from the Makalu Minions team! This morning we left Lobuche (4900) and by lunchtime we arrived at the Everest Base Camp of the 7 Summits Club Expedition. Here we were greeted with a solemn formation and champagne, comfortably placed in large tents with beds, fed a delicious lunch.

For the next two days we will live here and acclimatize. All participants of the expedition on Makalu feel great. Almost as good as the Everest people who have been living here for three days.

Lyudmila Korobeshko, the head of the expedition on Makalu, and Israfil Ashurli, the head of the minions, were in touch.

 

 

 

 

 

A new group of the 7 Summits Club begins its route to the Everest base camp. This time it's "Cats"

Artem Rostovtsev, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal: Greetings from Kathmandu! Another group of the 7 Summits Club goes on a beautiful trekking trip to the Everest base camp. With the unexpected name "Cats". We arrived in ... read more

Artem Rostovtsev, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal:

Greetings from Kathmandu!  Another group of the 7 Summits Club goes on a beautiful trekking trip to the Everest base camp. With the unexpected name "Cats". We arrived in Kathmandu and took a city tour. We touched a little on the local culture, history, religion - we didn't understand much, but there is something to think about on the way to the base camp. Tomorrow we will start, in the morning the plan is to fly to Lukla and take a little walk.