Bezengi

Climbs ? – Rocktype Granite – Altitude ? – Faces N

Crag features
Bezengi is situated to the East from Schelda region, in Central Caucasus,in the Main Caucasian range. It counts up to 5 peaks higher than 5000 m. The crag is accessible from Nalchik the capital of Kabardino-Balkarian Republic.

The camp itself lies at the hight of 2200 m and can inhabit up to 500 tourists.

There is a 15 km long glacier there. The majority of walls face N.<http://www.stroyoffis.ru/snip_snip/snip_32_04_97/snip_32_04_97.php>

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Hi Marko,

please find included a link to the Russian directive for tunnel design.

Paragraph 7.26 concerns tunnel ventilation.

Do not hesitate to ask me for any explanation of the terms used in this directive if needed.

With respect,

Sergey Zolotarev

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Access notes
From Moscow fly to Mineralnie Vody, then take a bus to Nalchick.

Register at the border guard, put down te list of crags you are to visit.Take to the tourist camp in the Chaikovsky street,3 which is quite near to the local trade area in Russian it sounds like RYNOK. From tis camp there is a daily bus or something like Russian variant of Landrover which can succesfully take you to the camp if God helps and weather permit.The road long 50 km starts in what is like patched main road and ends in something like rough terrain.

The territory of the camp itself is not hedged so animals can stroll along-extremely animal friendly country Russia is, the peoples comfort being generally underestimated.Herds of wild life are grazig what they can find and begging for sugar and salt.

No shooting is permitted in the area.So animals fell safe.

There is permitted camping in the daytime.For visitors entering border zone permission is obligatory.In summer Bezengi camp inhabits up to 2000 tourists. Traditionally it is visited by Czechs and Americans

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