Mountain-Climbers from Twenty Countries may Take Part in Climbing to Heydar Aliyev Peak in Azerbaijan

Society Materials 14 February 2008 19:57 (UTC +04:00)

Azerbaijan, Baku, 14 February / corr. Trend Z. Safarov/ In may, the mountain climbers from more than 20 countries may take part in climbing the Heydar Aliyav peak in Azerbaijan.

Saridan Mursagulov, the head of the Republican Club of Mountain Climbers said to Trend that the climbing to the top of the mountain will be dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the national leader Heydar Aliyev. "It's already been 10 year since we have established the Heydar Aliyev peak, so we are going to mark the two occasions," Mursagulov said.

Mursagulov said that the climbing of the Heydar Aliyev peak of 3,763 meters will also be a test for the big international expedition, which includes the climbing of 8 peaks to be held in the beginning of June.