Mount Elbrus Climb from the South
An 8-day all inclusive tour: comfortable accommodation with sauna and swimming pool, delicious meals from our chef at the shelter and professional english-speaking guides. It might be the perfect time for you to visit Russia and see the entire Caucasus from a bird's eye view.
Mount Elbrus Climb from the North
Climbing Elbrus from the North is a special route along the path of the first alpinists and places with historical names. This is an alternative to the overloaded Southern route.
Expedition to the Shantar Islands
Shantar Islands is an archipelago in the Sea of Okhotsk belonging to Russia. The archipelago consists of 15 large and small islands and also a large number of rocks and Kekura. The inaccessibility of the islands allowed to preserve nature in all her pristine.
Mount Elbrus Climb in May
Elbrus is the highest peak of the Great Caucasus (5642 m). Simultaneously it's considered to be the highest top both of Europe and Russia. We offer a classic climbing route from the South.
Mount Elbrus Climb. Traverse from the North to the South
Unusual and interesting route to Elbrus. You climb to the summit from the north side, where there are no cableways, no snowcats, and you descend along the southern slope. This traverse route is closer to the nature, to the spirit of exploration and discovery.
Skating on Lake Baikal
Baikal is the largest skating rink in Russia! Skating tour across the deepest frozen lake Baikal is a unique opportunity to see the legendary pure ice of the lake, to feel its power and beauty.