Nestled in the heart of the Caucasus Mountains, Mount Elbrus (continental Europe's highest peak) stands majestically at 5,642 meters, drawing climbers worldwide. Despite its apparent simplicity, Elbrus conceals challenges, boasting one of the highest mortality rates
among the Seven Summits. The mountain's temperature can plummet to a bone-chilling -15°C to -30°C, and its unpredictable weather often shrouds the landscape in a curtain of low visibility. Navigating off into the northern side presents a particular risk, with hidden crevasses waiting to challenge the unsuspecting.