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GARY GREENWOOD
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« on: Sep 24 2009, 00:04 »

I SUMMITED MOUNT ELBRUS 17TH OF SEPTEMBER AT 12.09 PM GARY GREENWOOD
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« Reply #1 on: Sep 24 2009, 00:09 »

Hey Gary, congratulations!

That is quite late in the season for Elbrus, how was the weather? Any summit pics?

which one is next?

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« Reply #2 on: Dec 3 2009, 03:05 »

Well done Garry, ive got a trip planned for May next year. Did you go yourself or through a tour company? Any advice would be great!
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« Reply #3 on: Dec 11 2009, 16:39 »

i booked my own flights
and used pilgrim tours for all other services.
the air lines will only let you take 20kg and they work to this at each air port. be aware.
apart from this you are at the mercy of the weather.
good luck gary
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