Alexander Abramov says about the first day of classes in the Crimea

Today, June 11, a group of the 7 Summits Club flew to Crimea for training on the rocks. List of members: Yury Zimin, Vadim Khairullin, Oksana Tkachik, Irina Redina, Philip Lerman. The President of the 7 Summits Club Alex Abramov personally ... read more

Today, June 11, a group of the 7 Summits Club flew to Crimea for training on the rocks. List of members: Yury Zimin, Vadim Khairullin, Oksana Tkachik, Irina Redina, Philip Lerman. The President of the 7 Summits Club Alex Abramov personally leads the program.

Today there was the first session on the cliffs near Oreanda, named Krestovaya. All members were previously in the Crimea, but many years ago. And now they are wondering what is changed.
Sasha and Natasha, regular guides of the 7 Summits Club in the Crimea, gave us great lessons on the rocks of Krestovaya. All were really excited and tomorrow we go to Simeiz to the massive of Koshka (Cat). Day after tomorrow we will go climb a route named Surprise on the steep face of the Foros Wall.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Russia Day - on the slopes of biblical Mount Ararat with Vladimir Shataev

Today, June 10, a large group of climbers (14 people) went on an expedition to Ararat. They will climb the biblical mount under the leadership of two guides from the 7 summits Club - Olga Rumyantseva and Vladimir Shataev (Russian ... read more

Today, June 10, a large group of climbers (14 people) went on an expedition to Ararat. They will climb the biblical mount under the leadership of two guides from the 7 summits Club - Olga Rumyantseva and Vladimir Shataev (Russian mountaineering legend - he's 77 years).

 

 

In plans of the group to reach the summit of Ararat as quickly as possible (ideally in 3 days) and then to study the traces of Noah's Ark on the slopes of mount Ararat. As we know, Vladimir Shataev collected unique materials on this topic.

New expedition to Morocco

Today, June 10th, a small group of climbers from our Club flew to Morocco to climb the highest peak in the country Jebel Toubkal and to celebrate the Day of Russia. They are Alexander Semenyuk and Roman Smirnov – both active ... read more

Today, June 10th, a small group of climbers from our Club flew to Morocco to climb the highest peak in the country Jebel Toubkal and to celebrate the Day of Russia. They are Alexander Semenyuk and Roman Smirnov – both active participants of programs of the 7 Summits Club.

We wish the guys good luck and good weather!

 

 

Solo to McKinley and 7 SUMMITS! We congratulate Yaroslav Sabyrbayev !!!

Yaroslav sent to Alexander Abramov video, photos and the short message from the highest mountain of North America of McKinley (Denali): "Sasha, hi. Solo McKinley. Admit to the club of sevensummiters :)…" It is wonderful news! We ... read more

Yaroslav sent to Alexander Abramov video, photos and the short message from the highest mountain of North America of McKinley (Denali): "Sasha, hi. Solo McKinley. Admit to the club of sevensummiters :)…" It is wonderful news! We congratulate Yaroslav! The 7 Summit Club Tops wishes him health, excellent sport conditionsco and new summits! Welcome to ranks of sevensummiters!

Photos with McKinley

 

 

 

 

Everest 2013:

 

 

Yaroslav Sabyrbayev, 43, sales and marketing director of HeidelbergCement, Kazakhstan:

 


Project of 7 Summits + 2 Poles, 7+1 objects
Aconcagua, 17/01/2008
Vinson Massif, 12/12/2008
Carstensz, 18/11/2012
Kilimanjaro, 15/01/2007
Kosciusko, 06/01/2014
McKinley, 29/05/2015
Everest from Tibet, 19/05/2013
Elbrus, 05/10/2008
McKinley 2015!!!!

Yaroslav Sabyrbayev – the absolute world record-holder, the first winner of the most high mountain tournament on billiards

 

 

 

Alex Abramov and Ludmila Korobeshko from Peru: the dreamclimb the most beautiful mountain in the world

May 29th at 9 a.m. Peru time we called from the summit of Alpamayo on the answering machine to share the good news. But apparently, the call failed. Yesterday, May 30th, we have already gone down in Huaraz (3300) for the rest. Emotions ... read more

May 29th at 9 a.m. Peru time we called from the summit of Alpamayo on the answering machine to share the good news. But apparently, the call failed. Yesterday, May 30th, we have already gone down in Huaraz (3300) for the rest. Emotions subsided a bit, but the joy of a successful ascent and implementation of a long-standing dream remains.