Elbrus peak reached for ‘7 Summits Club’

Members of the ‘7 Summits Club’ team have reached the top of Mount Elbrus, despite tricky weather for much of the climb.

“Summit! A group of the 7 Summits Club made the ascent on Mount Elbrus in difficult weather conditions.”
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“Andrey Berezin, guide of the 7 Summits Club from the Elbrus area: We were silent for several days. Today we have something to say! After several days of waiting for a weather window, on June 5, in severe weather conditions, the group named “Platoon of easy Behavior” climbed the Western summit of Elbrus.

“Wind, snow, frost – all this did not affect the mood of the participants. At 8: 30, the first part of the group was at the top.”

 

Mount Elbrus is the highest and most prominent peak in Russia and Europe.

It is situated in the western part of the Caucasus; and is the highest peak of the Caucasus Mountains. The dormant volcano rises 5,642m (18,510ft) above sea level, and is the highest stratovolcano in Eurasia, and the tenth-most prominent peak in the world.

The mountain stands in Southern Russia, in the Russian republic of Kabardino-Balkaria.

 


 

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