Everest Women 7 Summits Eco-Action to scale Mt.Elbrus

Everest Women 7 Summits Eco-Action to scale Mt.Elbrus

Posted Jul 29th, 2010 under Climbing & Expeditions,

Everest Women 7 Summits Eco-Action (EW7SEA), an all-women team from Nepal who are on a mission to climb the world’s seven summits, scaled Australia’s highest peak  Mt Kosciuszko (2,228m)  on 7th July  2010. Now the team is all set to climb Mt Elbrus (5,642 m) in Russia, from August 23rd, 2010.Mt Elbrus is the tallest peak in Europe . Through their endeavors, the team plans on spreading awareness on global warming. If the team is successful in climbing all the seven highest  peaks on the seven continents , they will be the largest team to achieve this feat.

Mount Elbrus Mt Elbrus(5642m), Russia

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