Mt. Elbrus Climbing Schedule 2020
29 December 2018
Climb Mt. Elbrus (5642 m) - Top of Europe, one of the 7 Summits!
Mount Elbrus Ski&Snowboard Climb from South side (8 days)
The programs are hold on a weekly base. The dates are arrival and departure dates, accordingly.
During trips on the South side, you will stay in our comfortable, new private mountain hut at 3700 m!
For more information about program details, availability and other dates please contact me by email firstname.lastname@example.org, by mobile phone +7 928 915 67 53 or Whatsapp +7 988 936 40 66. I will be happy to write or call you back, just send me a short notice!
Elbrus Guidebook (in German)
18 November 2014
The Elbrus Guidebook in German by Jens Jäger and co-author Liza Pahl is now available in new edition. Contents: Trekking around Elbrus on the Northern circuit, Elbrus climb from the South, skiing and freeriding, GPS coordinates, maps, advises for travelers and a small Russian phrasebook.
20 April 2013
With the snowfall of the last few days, slightly increasing temperatures and less wind on the mountain, the ice above Pastukhov Rocks (4500 m) is now totally covered. Now it is possible to climb to the summit without fix ropes, just using crampons and ice axe. Using skis for ascent and descent above this mark is still not very safe, due to the small snow cover on the ice, but the fresh snow predicted during the next week will probably improve the situation. This gives us a very good season start, and hopefully all groups intending to climb with skis will be able to do so!
27 February 2010
We have designed a new program for you – night ride on Elbrus!
12 August 2009
The sunny and warm weather that we were expecting on Sunday turned out wet and cold, the temperature during the last nights in Terskol village was only 0 degrees centigrade. And finally today it was snowing below Elbrus middle station (Krugozor station), with the snow line at 2800 m. Usually weather gets like this only in late September or early October.
Locals say that this year we will have a very early autumn and a cold winter, which, indeed, almost already has started. Follow our weather news in the next time!
7 August 2009
This summer in Elbrus Region is unusually rainy and cold. Down in the valley almost every evening we have short, but heavy rain fall, while on the mountain it is snowing hard. The conditions for climbing Mt. Elbrus are good, as the weather in the morning is usually clear, and all ice and crevasses on the route to the summit are covered with snow right now.
Starting with Sunday we expect stable sunny weather, but heavy winds, so it will be cold and maybe difficult to climb to the summit.
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