On the morning of December 15, 2013, I woke up feeling like a million bucks.
It had been six weeks since my husband and I had driven to a remote outpost of the Kangeroles Mountains near the village of Kangerola in the northwest of the Soviet Union, a spot known to locals as the “Carnivores Mountain.”
A small town nestled in the rugged terrain, it had been a place of endless adventure since my late husband, a well-traveled man of the road, moved back to Russia from California in the early 1980s.
For me, it was the first time I’d traveled to an area outside the Russian Federation.
The drive to the remote outpost was long, grueling, and sometimes dangerous.
But it was also one of the best trips of my life, and it was a chance to experience the sights, smells, and tastes of the wild, uncharted world of remote wilderness.
That trip began with a four-day trek through the mountains, which took us through the Kaverlits mountains and into the Kuzma River valley.
By the time we reached the village, the road had been cut off by heavy snow and snow-covered terrain, and there were only a few remaining paths in the remote wilderness that still provided some semblance of the promised adventure.
It was a bit of a disappointment that we couldn’t use one of those last few routes.
But there was no time to be sad, and so, for a couple days after our arrival in Kangerolas, we packed up and made our way back home.
In the days following our return, we visited a number of sites and climbed various peaks, including the highest one in the entire world, Mount Kangerols.
This year, I decided to take the time to write about one of my favorite sights, Mount Everest, which has become one of our favorite mountains of all time.
The Kangerole Mountains The closest mountain to Kangerolis is Mount Kaverls, a mountain that sits at a little over 1,400 meters (3,300 feet) above sea level and has been named the highest in the whole world because of the sheer height of the peak, which is 3,200 meters (9,800 feet) high.
The highest point in the Soviet-era mountain range, Kangerlits Peak is also known as Kangerlas, which translates to “The Great Mount,” and it is located on the east side of the Russian Caucasus Mountains in the northern Caucasus region of Kabardino-Balkaria, or “Caucasus.”
It was the site of the famous battle between the Russian troops and the local Chechen rebels in 1999.
After the Chechen rebellion was defeated, the mountain was captured by the government of Russia and is now part of the Karabakh Republic of Azerbaijan.
Mount Kavlits is an important point of interest in the Russian region of Dagestan because it is home to a large number of cultural, historical, and archaeological sites.
It is also a popular tourist destination, and a large contingent of Russian and foreign tourists are known to spend their time at Mount Krivols in Kavlan region, which includes Kaverlis, the highest peak in the area.
The region of Kaverloits is a traditional hunting village where people are taught the art of shooting, hunting, and fishing, which they do through a variety of methods including archery and bow and arrow.
As a result, the local people are very fond of the mountain, and its location is a well known and well-trodden part of their traditional cultural heritage.
It has been said that the Kavloits people call Mount Kavanis the highest point of the world, and that there is a myth that a hunter named Kavlos made his way to Mount Kamerlis and reached the top of Mount Kannas mountain in Russia.
While Mount Kvols is the highest, the Kavanlis mountains are far and away the most beautiful.
Kaverloos Peak is the second highest peak on Mount Kavinis, and is located in the Krivles Mountains of Russia.
Mountain Kaverlins Mount Kaverlin is located near the city of Krivla in the Caspian Sea.
The Kaverlos Mountains in Dagestani are among the most mountainous regions in the Middle East.
They are a series of peaks in the central region of Russia that are located in a vast region of forest, steppe, and mountainous terrain.
Mount Arcturus in the Caucasus Mountains, in the far north of the Caucasus, is one of a number such mountains in Russia’s Caucasus region.
Mount Mersenne in Wyoming is another one of these.
Mount Gorgon in the United States is another.
Mount Everest Mount Gorgons peak in Nepal is also located in this region of the Himalayas