Cherniy Nickolay

Cherniy Nickolay

Honored Master of Sports in mountaineering, honored coach of Russia. Coach of the Russian team in mountaineering.

Member of the first Soviet expedition to Everest. Ascent to the Himalayan eight-thousand-mountain Everest (2005), Kanchenjunga (1989, deputy head of the expedition, awarded with the Badge of Honor order), Annapurna (1991, climbed the classical route from the North, used oxygen starting from a height of 7,500 m), Shishapangma (1992, head of expedition, didn’t use oxygen), Lhotse Home (1997), Cho-Oyu (1999). In addition, in 1994 he conquered the summit of Southern Annapurna (7219 m) during the first winter Russian climbers ascent in the Himalayas. Trainer of Russian National team climb to K2 by West face (2007), trainer of Russian National team climb to K2 in winter (2012), 24 ascents to the peaks of 7000+ meters.

Sergey Baranov

Baranov Sergey

Official 1st category in mountaineering.
Owner of the company tour-operator.
My own climbs: 215 ascents (about 190of them as a leader) to Elbrus.

2001-2018 – 167 ascents (about 150 of them as a leader) to Elbrus with clients. Participated in Tequila-Jazz group concert on Elbrus.
2003, January – Free Spain, Osipova, 4b.
2004 – Khan-Tengri peak (7010m), Lenin Peak (7135m).
2006– Organizer and guide of the expedition to Lenin Peak (7135m).
2007 – Participant of sports expedition to Broad-peak (up to 7900m) and K-2 (up to 8000m), participation in rescue operations on K2 Organizer and guide of the expedition to Lenin Peak (7135m), Kyrgyzstan.
2008 – Organizer and guide of the expedition to Lenin Peak (7135m), Kyrgyzstan.
2009 – Organizer and tour guide to Denali (McKinley, 6193m), Alaska.
2011 – Organizer and tour guide to Denali (McKinley, 6193m), Alaska.
Organizer and guide of the expedition to Chimborazo (6300m) and Cotopaxi (5900m), Ecuador.Guide of Indonesian disabled person, who was the first one to reach the summit of Elbrus (from the North) without the help of technical means.
2012 – Organizer and guide of the expedition to Aconcagua (6957m), organizer and guide of the expedition to Lenin Peak (7135m), Kyrgyzstan.
2013 – Kilimanjaro.
2014 – Ascent to Elbrus with ATV, the certificate of the book of records of Russia is received, the height of 5250m is reached.Ascent to Elbrus from the South with a person with disabilities (without prostheses).
2015 – Climbing Elbrus with a 10-year-old boy, Ararat, Kazbek, attempt to climb the Ojos Del Salado.
2016 – Successful expedition to lift the ATV to the top of Elbrus.
2017- Organizer and guide of the expedition of the ascent of Muztag Ata (7546m), Lenin Peak (7135m), participant of the ascent of Manaslu (8156m).
2018 – Disabled person’s guide on the route “Cross of Elbrus” without the help of technical means.
2019 – Climbing with a paralyzed combat veteran to Elbrus.Climbing Carstens Pyramid, Indonesia.Ascent to Lobuche peak (6100), Ararat (5136).
2021 – Organizer and guide of the expedition: Kilimanjaro (5895m), Cotopaxi (5900m), Island Peak (6165m) Mera peak (6475m).
2022 – Organizer and guide of the expedition: Kilimanjaro (5895m), Island Peak (6165m).
2023 – Organizer and guide of the expedition: Kilimanjaro (5895m)*2, Aconcagua (6957m), Ararat (5137m), Damavand (5610m).

Vorobyev Pavel

Vorobyev Pavel

Officially: Candidate for the Master’s degree in mountaineering, “Snow Leopard”, rescue team badge, mountaineering instructor, technical director of the Kyrgyz Mountain Guides Association. Heli-ski guide school graduate, first aid course graduate. Participated in rescue operations at altitudes up to 6900 m. More than 300 helicopter hours as a guide in Heli-Ski, graduated from the Swiss mountain guide school. Spent a total of 320 days in the mountains as an instructor at training camps.

1999 – Elbrus
2003 – Elbrus, pioneering the Western peak along the North-West rib.
2005 – Khan Tengri (7010).
2006 – Communism (7495) and Korzhenevskaya (7100).
2007 – Lenin Peak (7134 m, repeatedly), Vazha Pshavela (6900) – rescue work.
2008 – Peak of Lenin (7134m, many times).
2009 – Pobedy Peak (7439), the peak of Boxing (Mikhailova 5B) in winter
2010 – The peak of Communism (7495)
2011 – Lenin peak (7134), Muztag-Ata (7546), Nanga-Parbat up to 7600
2012 – 2 ascents to Lenin Peak, downhill skiing from Lenin, 5 ski runs from the Crown Peak (4860).
2013 – Lenin Peak, Muztag Ata (7546)
2014 – Lenin Peak
2015 – Lenin Peak
2016 – Elbrus, Lenin Peak, an attempt to climb the Victory Peak, climbing Aconcagua (twice).
2017- Muztag Ata (7546m), Lenin Peak (7135m)
2018 – Lenin Peak (7134m),
2019 – Lenin Peak (7134m),
2021 – Lenin Peak (7134m),
2022 – Peak Korzhenevskaya, (7100m), Communism peak (7495m).

Roman Demenko

Demenko Roman

Officially: the first climbing class, a mountaineering instructor, a ski instructor of level “B” according to the classification of the International Association of Ski Instructors (IsiA), a certified snowboard instructor.

1987 – the first experience in mountain tourism.
1996 – the first experience in mountaineering.
1996 – the first Elbrus ascent.
2008 – the beginning of work as a guide
2008 – The Castle, 5A
2009 – Fisht, 5A
2010 – Cheget Tauchana, 5A
2011 – Cathedral-rock, 5A, first ascent, Dombai West, 5B
2013 – School of Instructions
2014 – Lenin Peak (7134 m) as a guide.
Climbed Elbrus summit 70 times (as for 2016)
2017 – participant climbing Manaslu (8156m)
2019 – Jaylik, 5A

Was on top of Elbrus 90 times (as of 2018)

Eliseev Aleksandr

Eliseev Aleksandr

Officially: Candidate for Master of Sport in mountaineering, multiple winner of the Krasnodar Territory and South Russia championships in mountaineering, skyrunning and orienteering.

Began mountaineering in 1988.

Climbing in the Caucasus:
Traverse Juguturluchat 5A
Dombai West along the Southern ridge 5A
Dombay West on the South wall 5B
Dombay West according to the Western abutment 5B
Dombay West on the South-East abutment 5B
Amanauz Dvuhzubka 6A
Dalar 6A
Gaykomd 6A

2006 – Khan-Tengri peak (7010m), Peak of Victory (7400m).
2007 – K2 peak (8611m).
2014 – Lenin peak (7135m).
2015 – Aconcagua (6967m three times).
2016 – Ushba (4810, Classics, 4A, solo), Dombay Main (guide), Aconcagua (twice), Gaykomd (3200m, 6A).
2017 – Manaslu (8163m), Aconcagua (6967m), Morcheka (5A, 5B, 3*6A), Ushba (4810 m, Classic, 4A).
2018 – Aconcagua, twice winter Gaykomd 5B, Eridag 6B.
2019 – winter Eridag 5A and 5B.
1988 – 2019 – more than 100 Elbrus ascents, more than 15 of them in winter.
2019 – Muztagh-Ata
2020 – East Dombay Ulgen (3950m., 6A);
2021 – Ushba (4810m., Classic, 4A);
2022 – Jailyk (4533m., 4A), Annapurna IV (7525m).

Totmyanin Nikolay

Totmyanin Nikolay

Honored Master of Sports in mountaineering, Rescue team badge, mountaineering instructor, judge of alpinism championships, coach. Repeated award winner and nominee of the awards “Golden Ice axe” and “Golden Ice axe of Russia”

Nikolai Totmyanin has done about 200 ascents to the mountain peaks of the Caucasus, the Pamirs, the Tien Shan, the Swiss Alps, the Himalayas and the Korakorum, including 27 of 5A complexity category, 10 of 5B, and 16 of 6th difficulty category.

Ascents of the 6th complexity category:
1984 – Aksu from the North Face, 1986 Sabah from the North Face,
1988 – Free Korea from the North,
1990 – Lhotse Home (8516 m) from the South Face,
2004 – Jeanne (7,710 m) from the North Face,
2007 – K2 by the Western Wall, “Golden Ice Axe of Russia”

Winter ascents of 5-6 cat. difficulty:
1984 – Shurovsky peak from the bastion of the North Wall, Caucasus, the first winter walkthrough
1985 – Free Korea in the center of the North Wall, Tien Shan, the first winter walkthrough
1986 – Peak Korzhenevskaya (7105 m), Pamir, the first winter walkthrough
1989 – Krumkol along the Northern Ridge, the Caucasus, the second winter walkthrough
1997 – Eiger from the North Face, Swiss Alps
2001 – Urriel by the Western Wall, Cordillera Cantabrica, Spain, the first winter walkthrough
2014 – The first winter traverse of the Bezengi wall, Caucasus
2015 – Nanga Parbat, the Schell route to a height of 7150

High-altitude climbing:
1982 – the peak of Lenin (7134 m)
1983 – Korzhenevskaya peak (7105 m), the peak of Communism (7495 m)
1984 – the Peak of Victory (7439 m)
1986 – Korzhenevskaya peak (7105 m) – the first winter ascent
1988 – the peak of Communism (7495 m)
1990 – Korzhenevskaya peak (7105 m), peak of Communism (7495 m), peak of Communism (7495 m) – climbing from the base camp to the top and back during 28 hours, Lhotse Main (8516 m), the first walk by the South wall, 8350 m.
1991 – the peak of Lenin (7134 m)
1993 – Khan-Tengri (6,995 m) in August, Khan-Tengri (6,995 m) in October – 2 times
1994 – Peak Korzhenevskaya (7105 m) – 2 times, the peak of Communism (7495 m) – 2 times
1995 – Khan-Tengri (6,995 m)
1996 – Peak Korzhenevskaya (7105 m) – 2 times, Peak Communism (7495 m) 1997 – Lenin Peak (7134 m) in deuce, Khan Tengri (6995 m) – Solo ascent from the base camp to the top and back for 14 Hours 03 minutes, the Peak of Victory (7439 m)
1998 – the Victory Peak (7439 m)
1999 – Khan-Tengri (6995 m) – 2 times, the Victory Peak (7439 m)
2000 – Lenin Peak (7134 m) in deuce, Peak Korzhenevskaya (7105 m) in pair, Peak Communism (7495 m) in pair
2001 – Lenin Peak (7134 m), Lenin Peak (7134 m) – solo ascent of the Northern slope from the camp (4200 m) to the summit and descent through the Razdelnaya summit to the camp (4200 m) in 12 hours 46 minutes.
2002 – Khan-Tengri (6995 m), Victory Peak (7439 m) in pair
2003 – Everest (8848 m) from the North through the Northern Saddle, without oxygen
2004 – Jeanne (7,710 m) along the North Face – the best climbing achievement of the year – climbing the Jeanne Peak (7,710 m) from the North Face as part of the “Russian Way – The Walls of the World” team, won the Golden Ice Axe prize.
2006 – Everest (8848) from the North through the North Saddle, without oxygen, 2007 – K2 (8611) along the Western Wall, without oxygen,
2007 – 2007 K2 on the Western Wall, “Golden Ice Axe of Russia”
2008 – Dhaulagiri (8167 m) in classics in pair with V. Babanov
2009 – Khan-Tengri (7010 m), the Victory Peak (7439 m) in pair.
2011 – Kanchenjunga Ch. (8586 m) in the classics without oxygen, Lenin Peak (7134 m)

year 2012:
22.07 – Lenin Peak (7134 m) solo classic to the top and back for 13 hours 50 min.
29.07 – Lenin Peak classic to the top (7 hours 20 minutes) and back for 4 hours (Lenin Race Competition).
2013 – the peak of Lenin (7134 m) classic
2014 – the peak of Lenin (7134 m) in the classics of solo
2015 – Winter ascent to Nanga-Parbat to 7150m., Lenin Peak (7134m) classic three times
2016 – Lenin Peak (7134 m) classic, Lenin Peak (7134 m) on the direction of the Northern slope from Camp 1, solo (7 hours to the summit) and descent through Razdelnaya to Camp 1.

Chernov Pavel

The first category in mountain tourism, the first category in mountaineering.

1998 – started practicing mountain tourism.
2009 – started mountain climbing as a sport. Ascent to Belukha (4499m).
2011 – expedition to Lenin Peak (7135m), Pamir.
Annual numerous ascents to Elbrus (5642m) by various routes, Kazbek (5033m), Belukha (4499m), technical ascent in Baksan gorge and Bezengi gorge, Aktru.
2015 – Gestola (4860m), speed climbing to the top of area Bezengi.
2016 – Tetnuld (4859m), Georgia, Svavetia. Technical ascent in the gorge Bezengi.
2017 – Manaslu (8163m), Lenin Peak (7135m).
2019 – Lenin Peak (7135m).

Is fond of mountain jogging, skyranning, regularly participates in competitions of different level.
7 times on the Konzhakovskiy mountain marathon
2 times in the ultramarathon in Iremel
3 times in the race to Elbrus
In 2013 participated in the Transalpine Marathon (260km in 8 days), and many other extreme races.
2018 – Markotkh Trail 54 km. II place.
2018 – Grom Anapa Trail 18 km. III place.
2018 – Swiss Peaks Trail 170 km. Finish XVI place.
2019 – CUT 100 miles in the Caucasus.

Aleksenko Denis

Officially, the second category in mountaineering, the first category in orienteering, an instructor conductor of mountain tourism and mountaineering. Annually makes numerous ascents to Elbrus (including winter) and Kazbek on different routes. He loves mountain jogging and orienteering and regularly takes part in various competitions.
2010 – 2nd place in the championship of the southern federal district in orienteering.
2012-2015 – mountain hikes 1-2 ct in Northern Kavkaz.
2012 – 1st place in the championship of the Krasnodar Territory in orienteering.
2014 – 1st place in the championship of the southern federal district in daily rogaining running “Novorossiysk rogain-24 hours.”
2015 – Elbrus from the south.
2016 – Elbrus from the north, technical ascents in the mountainous region of Arkhyz, ultramarathon Elbrus World Race 56km + 3850m.
2017 – Kazbek from the north, Elbrus, training at the school of instructors of mountain tourism and mountaineering, 2nd place in the mountain ultramarathon “100km in 24 hours” in a team with Pavel Chernov.
2018 – Markotkh Ultra-Trail 58km + 3200m.
2019 – Individual ascent to Elbrus with a 13-year-old boy, individual ascent to Elbrus with a disabled person (cerebral palsy, impaired nervous system and musculoskeletal system), 1st place in the championship of the Krasnodar Territory in search and rescue operations, technical ascents in Uzun-Kol mountain region: Northern Dolomite 3680m, Trezubets 3398m, Myrdy Horizon. Technical ascents in the Elbrus region: Terskolak Zapadny (3580m), peak MNR Tsentralny (3838m.), Rock ascents in Crimea up to 4 He made a solo climb to the peaks up to 3B cs

2nd place “Hard-Run” 5km-18: 32 (Flat Run), 4th place on the mountain ultramarathon “100km in 24 hours” in a team with Pavel Chernov, 3rd place “Crimea — X — Run” 9km + 750m.

Krut Vyacheslav

Officially — 1st category in mountaineering, work experience above 7000m, rescue work experience above 6000m.

1996-2000 Kyrgyzstan. Ala-Archa up to the 1st category.
2000 — Khan Tengri (7010m.)
2002 — Lenin Peak (7134m.)
2004 — Lenin Peak (7134m.)
2005 — Khan Tengri (7010m.)
2006 — Lenin Peak (7134m.)
2008 — Lenin Peak (7134m.)
2011- Kazbek (5054m.)
2016 — Lenin Peak (7134m.)
2017 — Member of the expedition to Manaslu up to 7000m.
2010-2019 — Elbrus (5642m)
2010-2019 — Rescue service of the Rosa Khutor ski resort.
2019-2021 – Anti-avalanche service “Rosa Khutor”.

Demidenko Oleg

Officially – CMC for mountaineering, mountaineering instructor of 3rd category, badge “Rescue Squad”.

Working as a mountain guide since 1995 – Pamir, Tien Shan, Alps, Caucasus, Khibiny.

Multiple winner of the St. Petersburg mountaineering championship.

1 category rock climbing.

Avalanche training in Munich.

More than 100 ascents of Elbrus from south, north, east and west.

Instructor at mountaineering training camps every year since 1990 (except 2019) – Dombay, Uzunkol, Ullu-Tau, Crimea.

Ski tour guide.

1988 – Ullu-Tau, 5b
1990 – Lenin Peak
1992 – numerous ascents of 5 k.s., Fan mountains, Pamir-Alai
1993 – numerous ascents of 5 k.s., Ak-su area
1994 – numerous ascents of 5 k.s., Ullu-Tau
1995 – Lenin Peak, head
1996 – numerous ascents of 5 k.s., Yagnob wall area
1997 – Lenin Peak, head
2017 – Lenin Peak, head

Pasechnik Dmitrii

Officially, he is an instructor—guide in mountain tourism and mountaineering.
Snowboard instructor of the Federal State Migration Service of Russia.

2001-2022 — More than 250 ascents of Elbrus, 160 of
them — 2003-2022 Skitur in the mountains of the North Caucasus (more than 100)
2005 — Downhill skiing from the western peak of Elbrus 5642 to the Azau glade 2350 — 45 min
2005 — 2008 – Finalist of the stages of the Russian Freeride Cup (Dombay, Krasnaya Polyana, Elbrus)
2007 — Competitions Nike Free Mountain Krasnaya Polyana (2nd place)
2008 — Participation in the Tequilajazzz concert on Elbrus
2009 — Finalist in the X-box 360 Dombai Open (freeride competition)
2017 — Trekking to Everest Base Camp

Oleshko Elena

Mountain instructor — guide.
In tourism since 5 years, sports mountain tourism since 2008.
Participant of sports categorized hikes from 1 to 6 k.s. inclusive in mountain sports tourism. Areas of the event: Western Caucasus, Central Caucasus, Prikazbechye, Central Tien Shan, Fan Mountains, Matchinsky mountain junction.
Head of mountain categorised hikes in the Western Caucasus (Arkhyz, Gwandra, Elbrus, Dombay), Central Caucasus (North Ossetia), head of ascents to Kazbek (south/north), Elbrus (south/north).
From 2010 to 2020, she was the head of the primary tourist training school.
Member of the Sports Tourism Federation of the Krasnodar Territory, executive secretary of the route qualification commission of the FST CC with the right to issue up to 2 candidates of higher education in the Caucasus.

2014-2022 — climbing to the peaks of Kazbek and Elbrus
2014 — central Tien Shan, hike 4 difficulty category, 6 passes, 140 km.
2015 — Central Caucasus, RSOA, hike of 5 difficulty categories, 6 passes, 160 km.
2016 — Pamir-Alai, Fan mountains, hike of 5 difficulty categories, 7 passes, 165 km.
2017 — Turkestan ridge, Matchinsky mountain junction, hike of 6 difficulty categories, 8 passes, 178 km.
2017-2022 — linear hiking in Gwandra, Elbrus, Teberda. Participation in trail cross competitions.
2022 — participant of the sports mountain hike 5 K.S. “21 days in the Fan mountains”, 180 km.

Petrova Anna

Officially the instructor is a guide.
Officially a member of the rescue team.
More than 270 Elbrus ascents since 2004.
Participant and leader of expeditions and ascents:

Lenin Peak 7134m.
Measure Peak 6476m.
Manaslu 8163m.
Kilimanjaro 5895m.
Ararat 5137m.
MNR 3810m.
Kazbek 5033m.
Adyr-su 4370m.