Mount Elbrus is the highest peak in the Caucasus and in Europe, and one of the famous Seven Summits. It is the highest mountain in Europe, and the tenth most prominent peak in the world. A dormant volcano, Elbrus is in the Caucasus Mountains in Southern Russia, near the border with Georgia. Elbrus has two summits, both of which are dormant volcanic domes.
We do have fixed schedule for the month of Jun, July, Aug, Sep 2022. We can also arrange private expedition based on your dates. You can contact us.
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- We will send you the training program and other details about the events.
- Discount will be applied on first come basis. And we will advice you the payment when border restrictions is eased up.
- We will also conduct a regular training programs and train you before to the event at FREE OF COST.
VACCINATION AND COVID19 REGULATIONS
- All participants need to be vaccinated to join this event.
- Pre and Post covid19 test need to be paid by clients in Singapore and Nepal.
- Get Covid19 Travel Insurance coverage to protect yourself / Travel Insurance also needed which covers mountaineering up to 6000m.
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EXPEDITION DATES & COST:
Expedition Cost: SGD1500/Pax (Book before 31Dec2021 and enjoy $150/Pax discount)
THE FIXED DEPARTURE DATES:
- 12 June – 20 June 2022
- 21 June – 29 June 2022
- 30 June – 7 July 2022
- 07 July – 15 July 2022
- 15 July – 23 July 2022
- 24 July – 31 July 2022
- 01 August – 8 August 2022
- 08 August – 14 August 2022
- 15 August – 22 August 2022
- 22 August – 30 August 2022
- 03 September – 10 September 2022
- 11 September – 19 September 2022
- 20 September – 28 September 2022
Day 1 – Arrive to Mineralny Vody transfer to Terskol (Hotel)
Day 2 – Acclimatization walk to Cheget (3500m), back to hotel
Day 3 – Ski lift to the hut Gara Bashi (4000m), trek to Pastuhova rocks(4800m) and back to hut Gara Bashi.
Day 4 – Acclimatization to Pastukhova Rocks (4800m), back to Gara Bashi.
Day 5 – Basic Climbing Training and Rest Day
Day 6 – Full Rest day
Day 7 – Summit Day and Descent to Terskol
Day 8 – Reserve Day
Day 9 – Transfer to Minerlnye Vody fly back to home.
What is included in this tour?
- Transfers Min Vody to Terskol, Terskol to Min Vody return time.
- Accommodations: Hotel in Terskol 3 night with breakfast
- English-Russian speaking guide for all expedition period
- Accommodation in Gara Bashi hut (depending on the weather)
- All meals in Huts in climbing period
- Emigration Registrations in Terskol.
- Group equipment (ropes, Ices crews)
- All transfers, Taxi, Ski lift
- Invitation Letter for Russian Visa
- Peak permit for Elbrus
- Registration in Russian Rescue Service
- Garbage management
- One professional climbing guide for 4 members for summit day
- Summit Certificate of Russian Mountaineering Federation
What’s not included in this tour.
- Personal equipments
- Personal health & climbing Insurance.
- Emergency evacuation & medical expense.
- Alcoholic & bottled beverage
- Snow track Or Snow Cat for summit day if need from the hut to Pastukhova Rock (4800m – USD100$ per person; 5100m – USD200$ per person)
- Meals in Terskol
- International flight ticket & Domestic flight ticket Moscow – Minerlnye Vody – Moscow
- Summit bonus for the Guide.
- Tips for the staff.
- Covid19 Travel Insurance / Vaccine
- Travel Insurance
Technical Gear List:
- High mountain boots for use with crampons (double or insulated)
- Crampons (Crampons must check fit with climbing boots prior to trip)
- Ice axe (Ice axe with a leash. Light weight)
- Climbing harness (Alpine climbing harness. Should have adjustable leg loops and fit over all clothing)
- Sunglasses (Glacier glasses 100% UV protection with side shields or very good sunglasses with wrap around coverage)
- Ski goggles (For wind and snow during the bad weather conditions and summit day)
- Headlamp with new batteries
- Extra batteries
- 2 Locking and 2 non-locking carabiners. Larger is better for harness (pear shaped carabiner is the best, screw gate type recommended)
- Self-belay leash (2-meter sling or prusik cord)
- Trekking poles (Adjustable)
- Comfortable backpack for climbing (a minimum of 30 liters)
- Warm sleeping bag (down or synthetic sleeping bag rated to 0 F or -15 to C.)
- Bottle for water (1 liter wide-mouth Nalgene)
- Thermos (1-liter small stainless-steel thermos)
- Personal crockery (knife, fork, spoon, mug)
- Small personal first aid kit (with your personal doctor recommended medications)
Clothing Gear List:
- Several various pairs of warm thermal socks
- 1-2 pair of liner socks (polypropylene or wool)
- 2-3 pair light weight trekking socks (polypropylene or wool)
- 2 pairs medium to heavy wool socks for the upper mountain, check boot fit with liner and wool socks on.
- Thermal underwear
- 2 long sleeve polypropylene or wool shirts lightweight, we highly recommend light colors for base layers.
- 2 pair lightweight to mid-weight long underwear bottoms.
- Trekking / Hiking pants. 2 pair pants. At least one pair should be simple nylon trekking pants for the walking on acclimatization days and relaxing.
- The second pair can also be nylon or light weight soft shell climbing pants for on the mountain.
- 1 pair nylon shorts for city days and base camp.
- 1 pair sandal’s (Optional but nice on warm days in Pyatigorsk and at the base of the mountain lodge)
- Fleece jackets. 1 Soft Shell or intermediate thickness fleece jacket or wind shirt.
- Fleece pants. 1 pair fleece pants or light synthetic insulated pants.
- This is OPTIONAL for extra warmth on summit day and on the lower mountain for Base Camp evenings.
- Down jacket. Down or Synthetic Sweater or Jacket or 300/400 weight Fleece Jacket.
- Essentially an additional mid-weight warm layer for cold days in your layering system.
- Usual warm clothes, in which you feel comfortable
- Gore-Tex Jacket (an effective waterproof and breathable fabric. The uppermost layer of your clothing)
- Gore-Tex Pants
- Several pairs of gloves (A minimum 1 pair of very warm gloves)
- Buff (bandana that protects you neck and face from the wind and snow)
- Several hats (A minimum 1 warm wool or synthetic hat, that cover your ears)
Miscellaneous Gear List:
- Sunscreen with at least SPF 40. SPF 50 is better
- Lip care with at least SPF 30, 1 stick. A string to hang around neck is helpful.
- Extra batteries for your headlamp
- Toiletry kit
- Small supply of personal toilet paper in Ziploc for emergency. We provide paper while at huts.
- 3 large plastic bags for keeping your gear dry
- Extra Ziplocs for keeping small things protected
- Ear plugs. Highly Recommended! We sleep in a mountain shelter with other climbers!
- Hand wipes for personal hygiene
- Favorite snacks, combination of salty and sweet. Candy bars like snickers are available at the base of the mountain in shops.
Bring about 1.5 kilos or 2+ pounds. For summit day and walking days.
- Paperback books and some magazines for travel within Russia and for stay at the mountain shelters
- iPod or MP3 with extra batteries
- Camera with extra batteries or charging cords
- Waterproof wallet for travel documents, money & passport, Russia Visa
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