If you are not a well-seasoned climber, we offer you a guided Elbrus climb from the South with our company.
Climbing Mount Elbrus from the South technically is not so challenging. But this seeming simplicity bears great danger of getting into terrible trouble if the weather gets bad when venturing an unguided climb.
Our representative will meet you at Mineralnye Vody airport and will take you to hotel. The next three days you will spend taking quick and easy acclimatizing hikes to the observatory, from which in good weather you can enjoy marvelous views of Elbrus, Nakra, Donguz-Orun and many other mountains of the area.
During the acclimatization period the group will make two other climbs – to an elevation of 4050m (to the former Priyut 11) and to 4700m – to Pastukhov’s Rocks.
Summiting Elbrus – that will take 9 to 12 hours including descent – is planned for the fifth or sixth day of the expedition.