Tuesday, May 21, 2024

More Elbrus success for ‘7 Summits Club’

7 Summits Club have had a successful time on Mount Elbrus this week.

They have seen several groups reach the summit in decent weather.

14th June update:

“Hello, everybody! Today, a group called “Intellectual Capital” climbed the Western summit of Mount Elbrus. All participants reached the highest point of Europe.

“The weather was fine, clear and as usual windy. Dmitry Semenov and Nikita Slotin were the guides of the group.”

12th June update:

“After several days of bad weather, a weather window was formed today. And two groups of the 7 Summits Club successfully climbed the Western Peak of Elbrus. Guides Andrey Berezin and Boris Yegorov led a large group, and Alexander Dorozhukov climbed with a small group.

“From the top, the participants had a majestic view of the Caucasus Mountain Range and the surrounding peaks. Congratulations to all the summiters!”

Nikita Slotin, guide of the 7 Summits Club from the Elbrus Region:

“Hello to all from the top of Mount Elbrus, from the group “TRANSENERGOPROM”! In beautiful weather conditions, on the holiday of Russia, the group climbed the highest point of Europe.

“All participants came down to the refuge alive, healthy and satisfied!

“Happy, but tired, we go down to the hotel. The group guides were Nikita Slotin and Alexander Avtomonov.”




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