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A puja ceremony was held at the base camp of the Everest expedition of the 7 Summits Club

President of the 7 Summits Club, head of the Everest expedition Alexander Abramov reports from Nepal: Masala Team news from Everest. In the morning it was snowing impenetrably. Nevertheless, the puja (opening, consecration of the camp) ... read more

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

Masala Team news from Everest. In the morning it was snowing impenetrably. Nevertheless, the puja (opening, consecration of the camp) took place in any weather. They say it's good luck if it's snowing. In the end, everyone smeared themselves with flour and were very happy.  A lot of trekkers come to us. Lena invites everyone to the Bar where we spend most of our time. It's warm and there are board games. And a guitar. And music. And drinks to brighten up a snowy day. We have ice classes tomorrow. And we also wait for Makalu group of the 8000 Club.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The team of the Everest Club 8000 held theoretical classes in the base camp. Video of BC

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! We continue to acclimatize at the Everest base camp. Today, the ... 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! We continue to acclimatize at the Everest base camp. Today, the weather did not allow us to hold snow and ice classes, so we were checking and fitting equipment. We remembered the main nodes in mountaineering, conducted an instruction with a demonstration of the use of climbing equipment using jumars for climbing a rope and a descent device.  We discussed the specifics of traveling along the route.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The team of Makalu climbers of the 8000 Club reached Lobuche. Tomorrow Ц Everest Base Camp

The head of the expedition on Makalu Lyudmila Korobeshko reports from Nepal: Greetings from Nepal from the height of 4900 (Lobuche) from the team "Minions of Makalu"! This morning we woke up in Feriche, swept by snow. For cheerfulness, ... read more

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

Greetings from Nepal from the height of 4900 (Lobuche) from the team "Minions of Makalu"! This morning we woke up in Feriche, swept by snow. For cheerfulness, we took out the flag, took a morning team photo with it and moved up.

A little rest was arranged in Dukla. Further along the way, we stopped at the memorials of the fallen comrades, tied prayer ribbons and honored their memory with a minute of silence.

By lunchtime we came to Lobuche at 4900, again in a snowfall. Somehow the weather doesn't want to get better yet. But we are not discouraged - we pray. In Lobuche we met Valera Babanov again. Tomorrow they are going to spend the night on the top of Lobuche. Tomorrow, according to the plan, we are coming to the Everest BC to visit our Alex Abramov Everest expedition.

Lyudmila Korobeshko, the head of the expedition to Makala, and Israfil Ashurli, the head of the minions, were in touch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summit!† The members of the Drink Team made a successful ascent to Island Peak

Nikita Slotin, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal: Greetings to all from Chukung, from insatiable climbers Roman and Anton! After climbing Mera Peak, they decided to try their hand at Island Peak. And today they quite ... read more

Nikita Slotin, a guide of the 7 Summits Club, reports from Nepal:

Greetings to all from Chukung, from insatiable climbers Roman and Anton! After climbing Mera Peak, they decided to try their hand at Island Peak. And today they quite succeeded! Big eyes were not only from the views of Makalu, the Southern Face of Lhotse and the Northern slopes of Ama Dablam, but also from the technical difficulties on the route! 250 meters of fixed ropes at a height of 6000 made me tense up. The snow on the rock shelves, from which there was room to whistle in the dark, made me nervous! But the guys coped with the task by 5+ and the ascent was successful. And the guide once again managed to work out the technique of the "short rope" and remember a lot of techniques! Everyone alive and well is now resting and enjoying the spring snowfall in the Himalayas.