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The system for categorizing mountain passes, depending on the degree of difficulty of the passage of this obstacle. Distributed in the countries of the former USSR, there are no analogues in other states.
The category of difficulty is determined by the method of peer review by a specially created commission federation of sports tourism (formerly called Russian tourist sport association).
There are 3 categories of difficulty, each of which is divided into the semicategory А and Б. Passes 1A of the difficulty category are considered to be the most simple, 3Б difficulty categories - the most difficult. Passes, the complexity of which is below 1A, is usually classified as non-category (н/к). Passes, the complexity of which can increase by a half-category depending on weather and other conditions (snowfall, sudden icing of slopes, etc.), it is customary to classify as an "asterisk" (e.g., 2А*).
As of May 2017, the original values in Cyrillic