Kamchatka 2017, long and awesome season.

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The SummitWe started Kamchatka skitouring season in March with an amazing ascent to Koryaksky volcano (3456m). This giant volcano with ideal stratovolcanic shape is a terrific place for ski mountaineering: Dozens of couloirs and lines leading from the top down … Read More

Up High in Svaneti

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In past March we’ve done the first ever heli-assisted skitouring program in Upper Svaneti. Good planning combined with the help of our colleagues and partners who run heliskiing there, and the reality of the trip was above our expectation. Six … Read More

African Snow

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This February we made one of our dreams come true – skied in Africa. The only place on the continent where you can have a good skiing is High Atlas mountains in Morocco, the highest range on the North of … Read More

Siberia powderskiing – best season ever.

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The ScenerySiberian powder season began in Sheregesh ski resort, where we’ve spent several days skiing, touring and admiring the views. We had a good powder skiing, and a classic Siberian scenery, with breathtaking views on Gornaya Shoriya mountains and amazing … Read More

Ascension on Ichinsky volcano

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This August we celebrated 60 years since the first ascent on Ichinskaya Sopka volcano. How many people ascended this volcano since then? We don’t know exactly, but anyway they were just few dozens. But we know for sure how many skied … Read More

Siberian powder, full on!

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We started our skitouring season in Luzhba on November 22, in pretty unusual conditions for Siberia, with just a meter of snow, and have spent few anticipating days before the Mother Nature improved the situation. And it came with series … Read More

Kamchatka, the land of Fire and Ice.

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If you look at the eastern part of Russia, you are sure to notice a big peninsula, resembling a fish. The peninsula covers about 472 000 square kilometers, which is bigger than many European countries, for example, Italy or Germany. … Read More