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Black Sea Network Project

Get a unique opportunity to spend 7 days in the Caucasian wilderness with some of the most passionate young leaders from 8 countries: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Romania, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine.

Spend time in the remote areas of Georgia, climb to 3500m or higher, meet young leaders, share the adventure with others and take with you a lifelong story.

The Program is designed for young people who have the potential, interest and willpower to exercise leadership in the Black Sea Reagion to the highest standards of civic and corporate responsibility.

Each participant will get to know some of the most interesting people in the region, will get the welcome package and will have the opportunity to be part of a short documentary film.

You can find more specific information in the Terms and Conditions.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us by email at [email protected]

Program

The Camp will take place from the 16th to 23rd of October 2015, in Kazbegi. During this time we will also try to climb towards Peak Kazbek.

Day 1: Arrival in Tbilisi. Departure to Kazbegi village.

Day 2: Hike around the Kazbegi area, discussions and filming.

Day 3: Climb to 3500m, team building event.

Day 4: Spend time at the hut at 3500m, climb higher if the weather is good.

Day 5: Try to climb higher, towards the summit of Kazbek.

Day 6: Return to Kazbegi. Debriefing.

Day 7: Return to Tbilisi and flight home.

The organisers will provide transport from Tbilisi to Kazbegi and return, accomodation at hotel and mountain hut.

About The Organisers

Adventure Diplomacy has organised expeditions in high mountains in the world. It’s members had the opportunity to climb in remote areas and share their knowledge and experience with other. Two of the members will take part in this adventure with you:

Adrian Fako, a passionate climber with experience in the Pamirs, Tien Shan and the Himalayas, is an entrepreneur in technology as a daily job.

Tiberiu Pintilie, with more than 10 years of expeditions at 7000 and 8000 meters, is involved in the Red Cross activities and educational programs with youth in Romania.

F.A.Q.

Where do we go, more exactly?

In Georgia, 100km north from Tbilisi, close to Kazbek Peak.

What is the the most difficult thing to take care of? 

It will be cold at above 3500m, you should have a sleeping bag, winter boots and warm clothes. Previous high altitude climbing or solid mountaineering experience will surely influence your acceptance to this program.

Should I be a mountain climber to be able to enjoy it?

A minimum fitness is necessary to feel good outdoors, but previous high mountains experience is not necessary. After you are chosen by the jury we will send you detailed instructions and the equipment list that you should bring.

What do I have to pay for?

Living expenses and accommodation are offered by our partners. Transportation costs are also refundable in a 300 USD / person limit. You will only have to pay for meals, gifts and other entrance fees that are not included in the program.

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Images by Nabium and Horalka.org

All participants will be carefully selected by the organizers to represent their countries in this program.