Team of the Club 7 Summits in most dignified manner completed the Big autumn Crimean trip!

On the final day the Crimea graced us with sunny weather. We went to the Squirrel rocks. It turned out that it is very close to the main highway. With the help of our magnificent Crimean guides we received the necessary emotions and ... read more

On the final day the Crimea graced us with sunny weather. We went to the Squirrel rocks. It turned out that it is very close to the main highway. With the help of our magnificent Crimean guides we received the necessary emotions and specific physical activity, typical for rock climbing. Thank you to everyone who helped us to realize the perfect trip, completed our summer!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The most extreme day of Mountai school in the Crimea! MANY PHOTOS

Natalia Kartashova, guide of the 7 Summits Club: greetings from the Mountain school of the Crimea! Today we have had a very extreme day. We are all big, cool gang cope with a terrible storm and the rain. We got through it and now safely ... read more

Natalia Kartashova, guide of the 7 Summits Club: greetings from the Mountain school of the Crimea! Today we have had a very extreme day. We are all big, cool gang cope with a terrible storm and the rain. We got through it and now safely descend on ropes through Miskhorsky caves. These are great, high sections of 50, 80 meters. Now the guys in a stupor going down in turn: Vadim, Vasya ...  Sasha Abramov heroically takes all. Oksana in here, too, with staring eyes. Now we dive into a scary narrow cave and we will have lunch. So the day was a success... good luck! Bye!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Natalia Kartashova from Crimea: Today was a debut, the first time we were training on a new rocks Belichiy (squirrel)

Hello from the Crimea! It  is Kartashov Natalia, a guide of the Mountain School. Today, we have completed our program with Ginkulovs family. They left, all very satisfied. Yesterday we went to a small cave on the Koshka mountain, and ... read more

Hello from the Crimea! It  is Kartashov Natalia, a guide of the Mountain School. Today, we have completed our program with Ginkulovs family. They left, all very satisfied. Yesterday we went to a small cave on the Koshka mountain, and enjoyed it very much.

 We are working today on the Belichiy rocks. It is such a news. Today, we can say, a new rock sector was opened, which is called Belichiy (Squirrel) rocks. Routes there are named by the names of the many peaks of the world: the Aconcagua, McKinley, Mount Everest, Elbrus, and so on. Routes are created by us with the help of the 7 Summits Club.

 Today Liana Morozov came in, it was the first day, and on the rocks squirrel ... Tomorrow we will continue on the Koshka mountain. We hope that the weather will be just as warm and good as it is today...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Natalia Kartashova from the Crimea: Mountain School in Crimea in the beginning of the autumn session

Greetings from the Crimean Mountain School! Dima Ginkulov with two lovely daughters trains on the rock "Wings of a swan." Weather – super, girls mastered 5c routes. The two learned to knit and to belay a bowline. Currently Dima is ... read more

Greetings from the Crimean Mountain School! Dima Ginkulov with two lovely daughters trains on the rock "Wings of a swan." Weather – super, girls mastered 5c routes. The two learned to knit and to belay a bowline. Currently Dima is swimming in already bracing sea, and I watched him out of the juniper. Next we will work with rope and nuts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mountain School of the 7 Summits Club in Crimea. Everything was amazing!

Within three days the Mountain  School  of  the 7 Summits Club worked in the Crimea. According to the program, participants were first  at training sessions on the rocks. Then they made two multipich climbing route, and ... read more

Within three days the Mountain  School  of  the 7 Summits Club worked in the Crimea. According to the program, participants were first  at training sessions on the rocks. Then they made two multipich climbing route, and on the last day they visited a cave called Stavri-kaya. The organizers, they also guides the 7 Summits Club Alexander Malinkevich and Natalia Kartashova, as well as  members of the group  were very pleased with the work done. Guests of the Crimea are already dreaming to come back to this wonderful land,  in the beautiful mountains, to the marvelous Black Sea.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Group completed the program in Crimea: everyone is happy, everyone wants to come again

Natalia Kartashova, a guide of the 7 Summits Club: Mountain School of the 7 Summits Club in Crimea just has completed its work. As promised, the program turned out to be quite eventful, diverse. Guests from Moscow discovered a new kind of ... read more

Natalia Kartashova, a guide of the 7 Summits Club: Mountain School of the 7 Summits Club in Crimea just has completed its work. As promised, the program turned out to be quite eventful, diverse. Guests from Moscow discovered a new kind of activity: caving. In the cave people saw all kinds of calcite sag. They learned the SRT system. Thanks to the support of our 7 Summits Club, equipment of new routes continues in the Crimea. Our team went one of the new routes. The route is a beautiful, easy enough to connect all beginners climbers.

Everybody is happy, everyone is tired, everyone wants to come back. Thank you all! Good luck!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Natalia Kartashova on the second day of the group in the Crimea: today we climbed multipitch

Hello from the warm Crimea! Although today it was colder than yesterday. We were now climbing with our clients, Alina and Vova. Climbing in the Valley Uch-kosh by a route, made by order of 7 Summits Club, one of our routes. It's a ... read more

Hello from the warm Crimea! Although today it was colder than yesterday. We were now climbing with our clients, Alina and Vova. Climbing in the Valley Uch-kosh by a route, made by order of 7 Summits Club, one of our routes. It's a difficult, vertical ascent. All people have been great. Everything was good, all fought - with themself, with the weather ... At the top, we had tea. Everything went perfectly. So I think it was good for everyone. All  worked ... worked with ropes, worked with jumars. Tomorrow we are going to a cave, it is called "Friendship".  With big beautiful rooms in the cave. Good luck to all!