Depending on weather conditions, we should start our summit push at around 3:00 am. The weather can be tricky which is why there are buffer days factored in. It’s an icy day today and it can be quite windy too. For the first 3 hours from the hut, we’ll start with a gently inclined traverse to the Northside of the Ortsveri glacier. We’ll follow the glacier for 4km passing under the mountain's Southside until we reach Maili
Plateau at 4500m. You’ll climb 200m on a steep slope afterward that leads to a small saddle on the West side of the summit at 4,900m. Snow, rocks, and ice with an inclination of 35 to 40 degrees pave the way to the top. We should arrive at the summit (5,033m) at midday. Depending on the weather, we might be able to see a magnificent view of the Caucasus range including Mount Elbrus, It will take us another 4 to 5 hours to descend to the base camp.