Mount Elbrus

Russia (5,642 m)

Completed Completed - July/August 2018

!Mount Elbrus is Europe's highest peak at 5642m. Located in the Caucasus mountains, an 880 km range that stretches from the Black Sea to the Caspian Sea, creating a natural boundary between the Russian Steppes and to the south, Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan. The snow line is higher on Elbrus than in the Alps and the flavour of climbing is a cross between Alpine and Himalayan. Elbrus can be climbed from the North and South sides. Damian completed the mountain from the more remote northerly side, where a long and gruelling summit day accent of close to 1900m tested the intrepid Galwegians renowned preparation.

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