Mount Elbrus is the highest mountain peak of Europe with height 5642m/18513ft. The geographic structure of this mountain is formed by enormous volcano separating Europe and Asia. It is located in Russia near the border of Georgia.
Normally south route is popular for the successful summit of this peak. This is most common route, because most of the climbers choose this route and quite developed by infrastructure like hotels, hut accommodation etc. The climbing route is easy but long way to cross. Basic mountaineering skills are needed. However there are several other routes as well to reach the summit. The high camp of the Elbrus Mountain is widely covered with snow, and there are 22 glaciers around the mount Elbrus.
At least 5 nights need to be stay in high camp (above base camp) for the successful summit. Our guide will lead and teaches you on each step for climbing techniques. It takes 10-12 hr. from summit of Elbrus to Base Camp. There are different summit of Elbrus like East Summit (5621m), West (5642m) and West (5642m). The south routes take to the West Summit.
DAY 01: Arrival at Mineral Vody Airport & Transfer to the Hotel Terskol (2,300m)
DAY 02: Acclimatization trek to Cheget and back to hotel.
DAY 03: Ski lift to the hut Gara Bashi 4000, trek to Pastuhova rocks and back to hut Gara
DAY 04: Acclimatization, Rest & Climbing Training.
DAY 05: Summit Push and descent to Terscol.
DAY 06: Mineralnye Vody for the flight to Home Land (Final Departure)
➢ Transfers Min Vody to Azay, Azay to Min Vody return time.
➢ Accommodations: Hotel in Prielbrusie 3 night with breakfast
➢ English-Russian speaking guides for all expedition period
➢ Huts - 3 nights
➢ All meals in Huts in climbing period
➢ Immigration registrations in Terskol.
➢ Group equipments (ropes, Ices crews)
➢ All transfers, Taxi, Ski lift
➢ Invitation Letter for Russian Visa
➢ Peak permits for Elbrus
➢ Registration in Russian Rescue Service
➢ Garbage management
➢ Professional climbing guides for each 4 persons for summit day
➢ Summit Certificate from Russian Mountain org