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Dombai-Ulgen, literally translated as "The Dead Bison", is the highest peak in the Western Caucasus. Although considerably smaller than the high peaks of the Central Caucasus, Dombai-Ulgen is a none-the-less spectacular rock and ice formation. It rises along the Georgia-Russia border, just east of the Black Sea and west of Mount Elbrus (18,481 ft.).

Elevation (feet): 13,274
Elevation (meters): 4,046
Continent: Europe
Country: Georgia
Range/Region: Western Caucasus
Latitude: 43.2333
Longitude: 41.7167
Difficulty: Technical Climb
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Year first climbed: 1914
First successful climber(s): Schuster and Fischer
Nearest major airport: Tbilisi, Georgia
Convenient Center: Sukhumi, Georgia

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  • Log #14675 - by Ross Warwick on Sep 10, 2004
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