Mount Elbrus Climb


Mount Elbrus is the highest peak in Europe and one of the most iconic mountains on earth. The mountain is located in Kabardino-Balkaria, Russia, and is a popular destination for climbers from all over the world who want to experience some of the most challenging conditions that mountaineering has to offer.

Mount Elbrus is an active volcano, which means that it’s constantly erupting lava and ash. The surrounding area is extremely dry and rocky, making it difficult for climbers to find water or food during their ascent of the mountain. They must also be careful not to disturb any wildlife while they’re climbing—the mountain is home to many endangered species including brown bears, wild boars and lynx!

The best time to climb Mount Elbrus is between June and September when there are fewer clouds above its peak—this allows climbers to see more clearly what lies ahead.

Mount Elbrus was first climbed by Russian climbers in 1829, but today climbers can choose from a number of different routes to get to the top. The easiest route is called the “Pionerskaya,” which takes about 10 hours to make it up and back down again. Another popular route is called “Yaila,” and it takes about two days to complete. Most climbers will only make it as far as Camp 2 on their first attempt—it takes a lot of skill and experience to get all the way up to Base Camp!

Our Mount Elbrus climb is a great way to get acquainted with the mountain. It’s not a technical climb, but it is a challenging one. The hike takes you through beautiful scenery and past glaciers, streams, flowers and trees. You’ll be able to see some of the most amazing views in the world! SummitClimb experience western guide will teach mountaineering skills during the climb. Apart from Elbrus climb SummitClimb also offers Everest, Lobuche, Island Peak, Cho Oyu, k2, Ama Dablam, Manaslu expeditions each and every year at an affordable cost.