We can organize expeditions in two ways, in order to give you the opportunity to climb two Caucasian giants –
Mt. Kazbek in Georgia and Mt. Elbrus in Russia:
- every year, we organize several groups that you can join (EXPEDITIONS TIMETABLE: HERE),
- we organize custom expeditions on the dates you prefer –
you can climb Mt. Kazbek or Mt. Elbrus with your own group, or even climb alone with a guide.
We also organize expeditions to Mt. Kazbek and Mt. Elbrus for skitouring.
The plan of our expeditions has been prepared by us so that each of you will be able to get Kazbek and Elbrus in the maximal possible way. The plan assumes a gradual acclimatization, spreading the whole mountain action for a few days and a backup day, which will allow you to face the mountain safely if you are in good physical condition and do not have health contraindications (even without previous experience in high mountains). The most important thing is that during the whole trip our team will be with you – the leader of the expedition and certified high-mountain guides (also trained in the field of emergency medical services in the mountains), who will be responsible for your safety. Our team consists of a English speaking leader and Georgian and Russian guides. As the only mountain agency we lead groups to Kazbek and Elbrus according to European standards, that is one guide for 3 participants of the expedition. This guarantees maximum safety during the mountain action, as well as maximum chances of reaching the summit. It is also important that we will assist you in preparing for the expedition at each stage – you will get access to a closed group on Facebook for participants of the expedition, where we will talk, motivate, exchange advice, etc., and also take part in the training before the expedition (through an online platform), which will help you to prepare for the meeting with Kazbek and Elbrus even better. Of course you can ask us anything via e-mail and our Facebook page.
Here, you can download an exact description of the expedition to Mt. Kazbek and Mt. Elbrus, including all details and prices of individual variants: