当巨石松动时,一群登山者被派去潜水寻找掩体

Moment a group of climbers are sent diving for cover as a boulder the size of a car comes loose on Mount Elbrus in Russia and crashes towards them

  • Footage shows moment boulder size of car comes loose on mountain in Russia
  • The rock suddenly broke free on Terskol glacier on Mount Elbrus
  • Climbers fearing for their lives on Europe’s highest peak are seen scarpering
  • A shocking video shows the ‘frighteningmoment when a boulder the size of a car comes loose on a mountain, sending a group of climbers fleeing for cover.

    The giant rock suddenly broke free on the Terskol glacier on Europe’s highest peak, 18,510ft Mount Elbrus in southern 俄国.

    Fearing for their lives, climbers are seen scarpering, alerted by a loud crash as the boulder separates from a ridge.








    Climbers run for their lives

    The rock breaks free from the glacier

    The giant rock suddenly broke free on the Terskol glacier on Europe’s highest peak, 18,510ft Mount Elbrus in southern Russia

    Sergey Petrov, 29, (图为) from Cheboksary filmed the scary drama

    Sergey Petrov, 29, (图为) from Cheboksary filmed the scary drama

    Sergey Petrov, 29, 来自Cheboksary, who filmed the scary drama, 说过: ‘I do a lot of hiking and camping.

    ‘It was the second time we had been to Elbrus. We were on an acclimatisation hike before making an ascent on the peak.

    ‘We were practicing our climbing skillsand suddenly heard this loud crash.

    ‘I looked around and saw a large boulder rolling.

    ‘It was about the size of a car.

    他说: ‘At first it was interesting and fun.

    ‘But when the boulder moved in our direction without changing its trajectory, it became frightening.

    The huge lump of rock skidded down on the ice, eventually coming to rest at the side of the glacier, the top of which is at an altitude of some 11,000ft

    The huge lump of rock skidded down on the ice, eventually coming to rest at the side of the glacier, the top of which is at an altitude of some 11,000ft

    The huge lump of rock skidded down on the ice, eventually coming to rest at the side of the glacier, the top of which is at an altitude of some 11,000ft.

    '幸运的是, no-one was hit by the boulder,’ said Petrov, speaking in detail about the August horror for the first time.

    ‘Everyone was alive and well, and no-one was injured or maimed.

    ‘We were lucky.

    Elbrusin the Caucasus Mountainshas a total of 23 glaciers.

    Elbrus  (图为) in the Caucasus Mountains - has a total of 23 glaciers

    Elbrus (图为) in the Caucasus Mountainshas a total of 23 glaciers