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Elbrus - the highest peak of the Great Caucasus. Simultaneously it considered to be the highest top of the Europe and Russia. Elbrus is located in system of the Lateral ridge, completely in territory of our country. It represents a cone of the extinct volcano on a high socle with granites and crystal slates. The western top of Elbrus (altitude 5642m) and East (5621m) are divided by a deep saddle (5325).
Ascent of Elbrus from the South

Ascent of Elbrus from the South

Elbrus is the most popular summit in the Caucasus, but not the most difficult one. The only obstacle that might be on the way is unstable weather of the highest mountain of Russia and Europe. The period from the middle of July till the end of August is thought to be most favorable.
Dates:
13.07.2017 - 20.07.2017
03.08.2017 - 10.08.2017
17.08.2017 - 24.08.2017
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Asсent at Elbrus from the North side

Asсent at Elbrus from the North side

To climb the Elbrus from the North side is to trek through unspoiled nature and breathtaking sceneries. Complete absence of civilization tracks is the main attraction of this event
Dates:
07.07.2017 - 16.07.2017
11.08.2017 - 20.08.2017
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21.06.2017
Dagestan reserve is now in UNESCO heritage list

Dagestan reserve has become one of the 3 biosphere reserves included in the UNESCO heritage list in Russia

17.06.2017
Children's ensemble from the North Ossetia will perform in Italy

The children's ensemble of national dance "Ray of sunshine" will take part in the festival "Young Russian culture in Italy"

10.06.2017
Ingushetia will present its tourism potential at the exhibition in Japan

International tourism exhibition JATA Tourism Expo — 2017 will be held in Tokyo 21-24.09.2017



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