The challenging trek of the climbers climbing Mount Ararat, the highest point of the country with an altitude of 5137 in the Doğubayazıt district of Ağrı, on the way to the "summit" was filmed step by step.
Mount Ararat, which is climbed by hundreds of local and foreign climbers at all times of the year, is experiencing its most active days in the summer season.
Anadolu Agency (AA) team accompanied the mountaineers climbing Mount Ararat, one of the most important summit routes in the world, and recorded their difficult journey on the "summit" trek.
The group of 27 people from Bodrum, Gaziantep, Kocaeli, Sakarya, Sakarya, İzmir, İstanbul and Rize with Milas Mountaineering and Nature Sports Club (MİDOSK) were first brought by guide Barzani Ceylan from Doğubayazıt to Çevirme hamlet by minibuses.
The mountaineers, whose belongings were loaded on horses and mules, reached the first campsite at 3,200 metres after a 6-hour walk.