Type: Ice, Snow, 15600 ft, 10 pitches, Grade IV
FA: 1788 by Daniel Guass and two other members of the Billings Expedition.
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Shared By: Anus Herder on May 9, 2018

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Access Issue: Russian Border Zone Details


We climbed the NNE face starting from the 3rd volcanologist hut at 2600m. We headed up below and right the large dirty hanging ice fields, crossing the glacier below. This is where the angle begins to crank up and we swapped to crampons and booted the next 4500 or so feet following the heaviest snow bands.


This Volcano can be climbed from any side depending on the current conditions such as position of poisonous gas clouds, smoke plume from volcano, weather and rockfall.


No pro should be needed, maybe a few screws for the top if doing a mid winter Ascent.