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SUMMIT! The team of the Mountainering School of the 7 Summits Club has successfully climbed Amandeldy Peak in the mountains of Kazakhstan. Training Camp in the Tuyuk-Su area continues

News of the mountaineering school in Tuyuk-Su. Congratulations to the team "Fossil Hibinoids" on the first ascent of Amangeldy Peak on route 1B! Today we went to Amangeldy Peak (3999m) on route 1B, from the West. We got up at 5 in the ... read more

News of the mountaineering  school in Tuyuk-Su. Congratulations to the team "Fossil Hibinoids" on the first ascent of Amangeldy Peak on route 1B!

Today we went to Amangeldy Peak (3999m) on route 1B, from the West. We got up at 5 in the morning, went out at 6. We were at the top about 13 o'clock.  The ascent went according to plan. There were mistakes, but this is training, otherwise there is no way. It's even good when mistakes are made under the supervision of instructors who will help fix everything.

After returning to the camp, we conducted an analysis of the ascent and went to the sauna. Tomorrow is a rest day and some rockclimbing lessons.

Guides: Alexey Lonchinsky and Ratmir Mukhametzyanov.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The group of the 7 Summits Club "Zvyaginstein's Adventures" climbed to the Shira Camp on the slopes of Kilimanjaro

Kilimanjaro. The-guide of the 7 Summits Club Olga Rumyantseva reports from Tanzania: Greetings from Tanzania, from the Zvyaginstein Adventures team! The second day of our ascent to Kilimanjaro. As usual, in the morning we parted with our bunnies, who ... read more

The-guide of the 7 Summits Club Olga Rumyantseva reports from Tanzania:

 Greetings from Tanzania, from the Zvyaginstein Adventures team! The second day of our ascent to Kilimanjaro. As usual, in the morning we parted with our bunnies, who warmed us all night, had breakfast, held a medical check-up and went for a walk. We climbed through the beautiful places to the Shira camp at an altitude of 3900 meters.

In the camp we rested a little and went for a walk a little more, to look at the cave and other beautiful views.  After the walk, we had a traditional ceremony of getting to know the team.  In total, 42 people work with our group, thanks to which climbing Kilimanjaro becomes incredibly comfortable.