Elbrus is a volcanic mountain and with its 5,642m the highest mountain in the Caucasus, Russia and Europe. One of the seven summits!
Day 1 (26 Jul.) Flight from Moscow to Mineralnye Vody. Afterwards journey by local transport to the Baksan Valley. Overnight in hostel.
Day 2 (27 Jul.) Acclimatization tour to Kogutay (3,850 m). Overnight in hostel
Day 3 (28 Aug.). By Azau cable car to Garabashi barrels (3,800 m) and acclimatization tour to Priut 11 (4,100 m). Overnight Garabashi barrels.
Day 4 (29 Jul.) Acclimatization of Garabashi barrels to Pastuchow rocks at 4,700 m. Overnight Garabashi barrels.
Day 5 (30 Jul.) Day off / training day at Camp 1. Overnight Garabashi barrels or Priut 11 cabin.
Day 6 (31 Jul.) Summit day. Climb West top of Elbrus (5,642 m). Overnight Garabashi barrels.
Day 7 (1 September.) Reserve day. Overnight Garabashi barrels.
Day 8 (Sept. 2). Descent to Baksan Valley. Overnight in hostel.
Day 9 (Sept. 3). Local transport to Mineralnye Vody. Flight from Mineralnye Vody to Moscow. Then return to the Netherlands or onward journey.
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