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Elbrus (5642m)

   

If asked about the highest and most dramatic mountains of Europe nine out of ten Europeans will answer “the Alps”. Yet, the grandest and by far the highest mountain chain of Europe (seven summits over 5000m plus Mt.Elbrus with its 5642m) is the Caucasus, stretching between the Black and Caspian seas in the continent’s south-eastern corner.


Undoubtedly, Mt. Elbrus, this white double-headed dormant volcano, is the highest, most beautiful and most alluring mountain in Russia. It is also considered as the tenth most prominent peak in the world.

We have been organizing ascents to Mount Elbrus for over 10 years. We offer the best mountain guides and the service, that's why almost all our expeditions are successful.

Interesting and important detail: it will take you just 7-8 hours to get from Moscow to the base of this Seven Summits peak.

May, 2021
Last news

10.07.2020 - Summit! There is the first ascent of the season for the 7 Summits Club on Elbrus, and two peaks at once!

09.07.2020 - Elbrus opens on July 10! The 7 Summits Club invites you to join our regular groups!

03.07.2020 - Super-guides of the 7 Summits Club are among the first to receive certificates of an Instructor-guide of the Russian mountaineering Federation

10.05.2020 - Climbers in quarantine: Running up Mount Elbrus, home climbing wall and other photos of the project ‪#‎альпинистынакарантине

20.03.2020 - The  Summits Club establishes a new project "Seven Summits of Russia"

25.12.2019 - 7 Summits Club wishes you Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

18.10.2019 - Base-Jump Kukurtlu, now we have a video!  Among the jumpers there was a  guide of the 7 Summits Club Boris Egorov

13.09.2019 - Summit!  Two groups of the 7 Summits Club together climbed  Mount Elbrus

10.09.2019 - Two groups of the 7 Summits Club climbed to the refuge "National Park" and held training sessions on the slopes of Elbrus

07.09.2019 - Summit!  Two groups of the 7 Summits Club climbed today to the top of Mount Elbrus

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