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Climbers on Elbrus 24th August 2007

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Climbers on Elbrus

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A group of climbers is slowly heading up the lower ridges of mighty Mount Elbrus, the highest mountain in Europe. The summit is still another 2400m/8000ft higher..
The right (West) summit is higher – though only 20m/66ft- but the route goes through the rocks on the left (East) summit before heading west again.

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