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Pseachkho Псеашхо is a mountain massif, located about 20 kilometres in the north-east of Krasnaïa Poliana, which hosted the Alpine and Nordic events of the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.

The highest elevation of the massif is the Pseachkho North Северный Псеашхо (3'256.9 m), followed from Pseachkho South Южный Псеашхо (3'251.2 m), Anchor Узловая (3'196 m), Pseachkho Sakharny Сахарный Псеашхо (3'188.9 m), Needle Peak пик Игольчатый (3'168 m) and Pseachkho West Западный Псеашхо (2'899.8 m).

 

Russia 2006, The World nature heritage in Russia, West Caucasus.

The image of the se-tenant block of four shows a view from (appr. 43°43'48.79"N 40°30'15.58"E) on the southern slopes of the Khrebet Chelipsi хребте Челипси. The dominating mountain is the Needle Peak пик Игольчатый (43°43'0.01"N 40°28'32.67"E) / 3'168 m). The Needle Peak is connected by a ridge with Pseashho Sakharny Сахарный Псеашхо (3'188.9 m).

On the left behind is Needle peak South Пики Игольчатый Южный (2'936 m) and Kozhevnikova Кожевникова (3'070 m). On the right behind is the summit ridge of the main summit of the Pseachkho massif.

 

 

 

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