What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

Mountain climbers not only get cool emotions but also a chance to take wonderful photos. These ones were taken by a climber whose name is Mikhail Golubev. On the images are the mountains of Kabardino-Balkaria, Ossetia, Karachai-Cherkessia.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

The men are climbing Elbrus from the south. The height is 5000 m (3.10 miles), the temperature -25C (-13F).

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

This is Elbrus seen from the height of Tyrmenbashi mountain (3500m or 2.2 miles).

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

This is a lonely house somewhere in Kabardino-Balkaria.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

The height – 3500m or 2.2 miles, Kabardino-Balkaria.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

Passing the night at the height of 3000 m (1.86 miles), 25C (77F). Elbrus (5642m or 3505 miles)  is still the only one lit by the sun on the photo.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

This is the valley of the Tyrmenlykol river.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

The camp stands not far from Pshish mountain (3790m or 2.35 miles).

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

It’s the valley of the Zrug river.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

Below is the valley of the Urukh river – the westernmost valley of Ossetia.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

It’s the valley of the Tanadon river in North Ossetia.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

The photo was taken in Kabardino-Balkaria.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

These are the moutain in the east of Kabardino-Balkaria.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

How does it feel to stand at the edge of Fytnargin glacier?

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

This is North Ossetia and one of the largest glaciers of the Caucasus – Midagrabin.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

It’s the landscape att the top of the plateau Kestanty in northeast Elbrus.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

The man is standing on top of Tbaukhokh mountain (3007 m or 1.87 miles), North Ossetia.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

We are viewing Elbrus from the height of 4300 m (2.7 miles).

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

It’s in the upper reaches of the Kuban river.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

The height is 3200 m (2 miles), North Ossetia.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

The height is about 5 km (3 miles).

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

It’s Elbrus there.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

The picture was taken from Elbrus.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

The photo was taken at the border of Kabardino-Balkaria and North Ossetia, the height is 3400 m (2.10 miles).

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

The view from the north of Elbrus.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

It’s the top of Eastern Elbrus (5621m or 3.5 miles).

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

It’s the view from Tyuyubashi mountain.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

It’s Midagrabin mountain of North Ossetia (4100 m or 2,54 miles).

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

It’s Zaramag glacier in North Ossetia.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

The sun sets in the mountains of Karachaevo-Cherkessia.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

These are the mountains of Karachaevo-Cherkessia.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

A camp stands at the mountains of the Western Caucasus.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

These are the mountains of North Ossetia.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

The pure lake is in Karachaevo-Cherkessia.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

We’re viewing one top from another one in North Ossetia.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

Sunsets at Elbrus look this way.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

This is a glacier in Kabardino-Balkaria.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

The picture was taken in North Ossetia.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

This is Elbrus again, in the rays of the sun.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

You see the sunrise from the northern slope of Elbrus – 5000 m (3.1 miles)

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

This lake near Elbrus does not exist anymore. The picture was taken in August, 2002.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

We are viewing Elrus from the north.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

Viewing the mountains from the slope of Elbrus.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

“Ice mushroom” was founf in Kabardino-Balkaria.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

We are staring at Elbrus from the side of Cheget mountain.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

Do you see people there?

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

This is Donguz-Orun mountain (4454 m or 2.76 miles) looking out before the sunset from beneath the clouds.

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

What the Mountain Climber Has To Show

We are looking at Elbrus from the Cheget mountain.

Are you fascinated by the mountains?

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13 thoughts on “What the Mountain Climber Has To Show”

  1. Let it as it is,how i see it on the photos,but hey thats my meaning,i hope there will be no technological intervention there,build some wooden homes on strategic places,for all,and it’s the most fascinating place for hardworking people with a week off….

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  2. Let it as it is,how i see it on the photos,but hey thats my meaning,i hope there will be no technological or massive human intervention there,build some wooden homes on strategic places,for all,and it’s the most fascinating place for hardworking people with a week off….

    Reply
  3. Beautiful. This photographer has a good eye for the beauty of nature. Thanks for showing us something most of us will never experience.

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