Songs of Soviet Mountaineering
A song from the 1967 Soviet sports drama film Vertical, which was a commercial success and propelled Vysotsky to the stardom.
One more song from the 1967 Soviet sports drama film Vertical, starring Vysostsky.
The first line of this song was also used as a title of a book by Sergei Bershov - an acclaimed Soviet/Ukrainian mountaineer, who climbed a number of 8000-ers in Himalaya, including first ascent on the South Face of Lhotse.
This song is about Prielbrusye (or as this area is known now: Prielbrusye National Park), located in Kabardino-Balkar Republic of Russia. The park is dominated by Mt Elbrus (5,642 m or 18,510 ft), one of the Seven Summits.
Although this region is well known for numerous technical climbs, this song praises two relatively easy peaks: Kogutay Bolshoy (Main) and Kogutay Malyj (Lesser), with elevations of 3891 and 3850 m respectively.
A humorous song about Pamir adventures
Written in Pamir Mountains, 1978.
This song was written by the group of Soviet mountaineers, who in the winter of 1943 participated in removal of German flags from the summit of Elbrus.
Not the one I like, but I guess, it fits the bill.