Detailed tour description:

 

For Lenin Peak ascension below we suggest the programme that offers you optimum time for acclimatization, ascent and reserve days in case of bad weather:

Day 1. Arrival in Bishkek / Tashkent.
Meeting at the airport, transfer and check-in to the hotel. Free time for walking, visiting sights, bazaars etc. in town.

Day 2. Flight / Drive to Osh.
- Flight Bishkek - Osh.
This flight is less interesting than the drive but is faster. Traditionally, the overweight problem is appeared. Luggage allowance is 15kg per passenger. The overweight problem is overcome by paying 0.7 USD per each extra kilo.
Flying with local airline to Osh may take up to 1 hour and makes no problem. You will be met at the Osh Airport and transferred to your hotel in town.
Osh is very warm, hospitable, not so large, rather cosy town good for nice walking in the night. You may get to the Jayma Bazaar by route taxi (“marshrutka”) or simply on foot walking downstream Ak-Bura River. Suleiman Too (Solomon Mountain) attracts travellers by its 16th century Asaf-bin-Burhia Mausoleum, Prophet Solomon Mosque, Rabat Abdullakhan Mosque, 5-6 thousand year old petroghlyphs and historical museum. Strolling along the Kurmanjan Datka Street you inevitably come across with dozens of Kyrgyz, Russian, or Uzbek cafes and restaurants in town where you can have your dinner.

- Drive Tashkent - Osh (280km, 5 hours).
On your way to Osh, you will be driving across several provinces of Uzbekistan, namely: Tashkent Province (up to Kamchik Pass), Namangan Province and Andijan Province (the last two belong to the overpopulated Fergana Valley). For the first two hours you will be bussing across the Tashkent Province known since early medieval as “Ilak” - the area rich in non-ferrous metals and brown coal. The highway runs amidst fertile fields of cotton, wheat and lucerne (alfalfa) along the Chatkal Range of the Tian Shan Mountain System. 50km on, the bus turns left. We drive along the Ahangaran River (“The River of iron-work masters”) - the old toponimus witnessing to the long-time history of mining and metalworking in the area. On the other side of the river (10km away) is town Almalyk - industrial hub of the province famous for its gold, copper, silver, zink, lead, molybdenum and rear earth metal mine and a factory - third largest one in former Soviet Union. 100km away of Tashkent in the valley of Akhangaran River town of Angren lies, the town known for its Uzbekistan’s largest open-cast brown coal mine. Kuraminsky Range stretching eastwards on the other side of the river was once covered in extensive juniper forests that were chopped down and turned in char coal for the sake of metallurgy in medieval times. Still in the valley one can see remains of old char coal-producing furnaces.

Having past the town we stop for panoramic view of the coal mine. Having crossed the river on the bridge we enter Namangan Province. The road zigzags uphill towards Kamchik Pass (2,285m) from where descends to Fergana Valley. The road is colloquially known as “Road of Life” - for its high economical importance for the economy of Uzbekistan and, in fact, is the only transport arteria directly connecting Fergana Valley to mainland of Uzbekistan. Even in winter, traffic does not stop there for a single minute. Two huge tunnels have been recently hewn through rocky massif to protect the road against avalanches and landslides.

Fergana Valley is a real pearl of Uzbekistan. 300km long and 120km wide, the Valley is rich in human resources (up to 30% of total Uzbekistan’s population ), water resources (Sir-Daria River and dozens of canals and smaller water streams) and fertile arable lands as well as useful minerals (including, inter alia, oil and gas). There 5-6 thousand years ago ancient farmers were already growing grapes and lucerne - the cultures later mastered by Chinese. In the ancient times, a branch of the Great Silk Route once was lying across the Fergana Valley and leaving evidences of extensive international cultural exchange: remains of Zoroastrian, Buddhist and Nestorian Christian temples and monasteries are scattered across the valley.
Then we cross Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan border. Formalities at Uzbek-Kygyz border usually do not take long and make no problems. On the Kyrgyz side our transport is already awaiting us and we transfer to hotel.

Day 3. Drive from Osh to the «Edelweiss Glade» Base Camp (3,600m).
After breakfast, if needed, you may shop for some foodstuff at bazaar. Please note that you surely will not find any high-altitude foodstuff there. Get yourself prepared (morally and physically) for a crowded and loud atmosphere of the oriental bazaar. Make sure that you have you list of stuff to buy prepared beforehand.
Upon arrival at the «Edelweiss Glade» you are accommodated in comfortable base tents equipped with wooden floor and electricity (bedclothes are also provided). In fact, your tent is kind of a “hotel room” except conveniences, which are outside.
The «Edelweiss Glade» BC is the largest one at the Achik Tash Tract and is the ultimate point up to which you can trust the wheels of your off-road Jeep. Full stop now for “easy going” - there from up on foot only!
Base Camp (3,600m) is a complex of structures with all necessary for comfortable dwelling: tents, kitchen, vapour bath, a number of toilets, a volleyball play-field, and most important - a number of warm yurts (heated every day!), which can be used either as a dinning-room or a dancing!

Day 4. Get acquainted with the area. Prepare yourself for ascent.
Wake up in the morning and get amazed with a stunning view opening around you: snow-clad XIX Party Conference Peak, pointed Pertovskiy Peak and, of course, inimitable Lenin Peak. Tomorrow you set off to the Camp 1 and that is a good point to think over where you should leave your extra luggage at and how would you dispose of your time. There is no worrying of integrity and safety of your luggage subject to your leaving it in the BC’s luggage office. The Base Camp Superintendent is fully responsible for safety of the content of the luggage room. And his reliability is proved to be good.
As to the first day’s free time, our good advise is: do not stay idle in the camp all day long, and better have a round hike to the Puteshestvennikov (Travellers) Pass (4,200m) or walk down valley to see of alpine lakes - that would be best kind of acclimatization you could get, you will see a prove to it.

Acclimatization ascents (Days 5, 6, 7 and 8).

Day 5. Ascend to Camp 1 (4,400m).
The ascend to the Puteshestvennikov Pass (4,200m) on a well-trodden track usually takes 1,5 to 2,5 hours - depending on physical conditions of participants. It is always windy on the pass, which may also be snow-covered. Take extra air into your lungs as the panoramic view that opens up for you from the “Marmots’ Glade” lying just below the pass is astonishing. Aborigines of the glade - marmots - whistling out different tunes will be darting in and out away at a distance paying no attention to visitors.
Descent from the pass is simple and does not take long. Carry on along the track that goes nearly horizontally keeping in parallel to the left-hand side moraine. Cross a rapid stream and carry on uphill along the path leading to the Lenin Glacier - approximately 2,5-3 hours. Crossing the stream sometimes may be very difficult because of high and violent water. Further walking along the body of the Lenin Glacier takes only 30-40 minutes. Mind crevasses! Note the bolder with a cross image on it and walk along the moraine to the Camp 1 for 20-30 minutes.
Total ascent time is about 3-4,5 hours.
Our Camp 1 is set up on the moraine of the Lenin Glacier and truly is most comfortable camp of the area. Three spacious and comfortable yurts provide nice and constant warmth to the comers.
The yurt is the place you can get a delicious meal at or have a cup of hot tea or freshly brewed coffee, or listen to music, or guitar playing, or use your PC to look through your photos and even organize a party on your special occasion (completion of successful assent, for instance).
You are accommodated in the same kind of comfortable base tents shared between 2-3 persons.

Day 6. Ascend to Camp 2 (5,300m).
Out we go now to the Camp 1 - straight up and forward! First uphill along the Lenin Glacier to the foot of the grandiose North Face. Further up across menacing crevasses on the steep slope covered in very deep snow (80m-long stretch, gradient 35-40 degrees) using fixed ropes or going on zigzag. Do not forget to stock up your backpacks with sufficient amount of water and UV-protection cream (factor 25 and higher)! Then traverse the slope keeping to the right aiming at the plateau colloquially known as “Skovoroda(Frying Pan). Cross the “Skovoroda” to reach Camp 2 (6-7 hours).
If you are a solo climber then you would better find a partner or hire a guide for you for the day - we do recommend you to do that! As over the years situation with snow cover on the slope has been changing dramatically and not to the better.

Day 7. Ascend to Camp 3 (6,100m).
From Camp 2 ascend along the 25 to 30-degrees steep slope to the adjacent ridge (2006 season has marked the path by a number of new big crevasses). Then carry on along the lengthy and nearly level slope traversing it towards the last up-swinging bit before the top of Razdelnaya Top (6,200m, deep snow). From the top descend to “peremychka” (“saddle”) at 6,100m. For last two years the Camp 3 (6,100m) has always been positioned just at the foot of the Razdelnaya Peak.
The ascent normally takes about 5-6 hours. In case you feel nausea or headache you should have appropriate first-aid kit with you - you are at 6,100m above sea level, you know!

Day 8. Descend to Camp 1 (4,400m).
Descent is carried out on the same way and takes less time and efforts. You can reach Camp 1 in 4-5 hours and there plunge yourself into comfort of civilisation: Internet, good cuisine and a can of cold beer or juice.
Rest. Your better off for that purpose would be your next day’s descent to the Base Camp (3,600m) where you can restore your physical strength and replenish your energy. The rule is: the lower the altitude, the faster and better restoration. Besides, sleeping at a green spot is lots more pleasant, isn’t it?

Day 9. Descend to the Base camp (3,600m).
Oh, “Edelweiss Glade”! Oh, Base Camp! You are like a sweet home for us after all the days we’ve spent in the boundless and cheerless snow fields! You would badly like to take your cloths off to get nearly naked and be lying down on the grassy glade and breathing in aromas of the alpine motley grass and bathing in the beams of the Asian sun…
Those returned to BC after an ascent would surely dream of a feel of CLEANLINESS. The BC administration offers them excellent vapour bath available daily in the afternoon.

Day 10. Rest-day.
“Edelweiss Glade” is an excellent place for full-body relaxation. Those who had enough of lying in the bed and seek active relaxation we offer a volley-ball net hanged up across the camp site with a ball lying underneath. May every day be an active rest day! By the way, this volley-ball pitch regularly houses international games that everyone may take part in! Some participants play “for interest”, for instance: a ram against a crate of beer. Fancy having a game?

Day 11. Rest-day.
Today you have a good opportunity to walk around in the picturesque environs, or to make friends of local marmots, or to take a massif of high-class photos. Probably, somebody still does not know that there are astonishing lakes here - each of them is particular. There are so many lakes around in Achik-Tash valley’s grassland that it seems like once upon a time long time ago when strict Gods of these lands had been at good mood, they wanted to decorate these cheerless areas with something bright and joyful. Then divine bowl capsized somewhere above, and reviving blue water gushed out and spread from green hills down to lowlands, deluging all carols and cavities of this landscape. You can even swim here now!

Ascent (Days 12, 13, 14, 15 and 16).

Day 12. Ascend to Camp 1 (4,400m).
Along the well-known path get to the Camp and meet with its inhabitants, visit the yurt...
It’s very cosy here - just like at home. When lanterns begin to shine here, and darkness of the sky becomes dense and cold, little world of the C1 converges to the size of micro cosmos, and its life continues on the illuminated island of the moraine deep inside of the Lenin glacier… It’s even strange to realize that you are - such a little and defenceless man - being at unbelievable distance high in the mountains of mysterious and powerful Pamir - and you are OK! You feel just super cool!

Day 13. Ascend to Camp 2 (5,300m).
Upwards again… Way does not seems so long, like it was first time - this is usual feeling, and it’s fine, because you are able to look around, and at the same time - oh, miracle!!! - your breathing is not thrown out of rhythm traitorously! Seems like your shoulders feel mass of sun flows, weather is just like by order today! Everyone thinks about final goal of the today's ascent - everyone wishes it would be sooner! But the main thing is that you should fallow signals of your body, fallow its prompts. Don’t relax and keep control yourself. The campsite is comfortable but not very big. So, you will have to reconcile yourself with close neighbours of yours - the multiple “companion-in-arms” who would have already camped there by the moment of your arrival.

Day 14. Ascend to Camp 3 (6,100m).
Unbelievable - you are above clouds! Startling fact… Try to settle in for the night with comfort, if it’s possible to say about comfort being at these altitudes. However, you need to have a rest, refresh yourself, restore reserve of powers spent during the day. It’s so great that you are not alone here! Such a big number of like-minded persons here who can share your delight about surrounding pictures. And it does not matter that your shoulders ache and your tongue could hardly move, because it is part and parcel of your personal Pamir story. Everything is going to be good, you will feel rested, and you will feel refreshed tomorrow! Because tomorrow is a crucial day of your whole expedition. Make sure that you have had if not a good sleep than at least a good respite. And contrive to have your breakfast next morning))).

Day 15. Ascend to the top of the Lenin Peak (7,134m) and descend to Camp 3 (6,100m).
Early start at 3-4 AM, the summit is already waiting for you! From “peremychka” keep on the steep 300m-long stretch that then flattens out into so called “Nosh” (“knife”- a steep narrow ice ridge) - be twice as careful on this “knife” stretch! Then carry on along the stony ridge towards the snow plateau (6,900 - 7,000m) and further up to the summit.
There we are at the top! Hurray! The whole Pamir lies at your feet!
Take a photo for a keepsake, take a 20-30-minute’s respite (subject to good weather) and set off to downhill along the same path towards the Camp 3.
A useful advice: in case of bad weather don’t take unnecessary risk. You know, good mountaineer is mountaineer alive! And a plateau at 6,900 is very deceptive…Descent as fast as possible!

Day 16. Descend to Camp 1 (4,400m).
Good dinner in a warm yurt - is a god bliss after such an ascent. And it waits for you there in the Camp 1! Successful return is a good excuse for you to have a drink or two with your companions this night. Camp 1 is famous as a venue for many mountain folks from different corners of the world getting together there - those who have just descended from the top and those ones who are about to start ascending. Surely, the place like that won’t make you bored. The warm yurt is very much conducive to the atmosphere of camaraderie... One may feel like a motto hanged at the yurt flap to read: “YURT - CONNECTION PEOPLE”. There is only one “but” and a limitation - the time. The yurt is closed at 23:00 PM. The attentive superintendent then comes up to send all the folks out to their tents J as somebody is going to have an early start next morning.

Day 17. Descend to the Base Camp (3,600m).
Upon arrival have a vapour bath followed by a traditional special dinner set in the Kyrgyz yurt to celebrate your happy return to BC. Upon preliminary agreement, your dinner may include a nicely done young lamb. Indulge yourself in oriental exotics! Relax sitting on the traditional Kyrgyz “kurpacha” (mattresses) and having a nice slice of a just-cooked lamb. Then you will get a feel of a fine national culture of the nomadic people.

Day 18. Reserve day in case of bad weather.
In case weather was good for you then you may use this reserve day for exploring Osh town. And you will never regret the day!

Day 19. Drive from Base Camp “Lenin Peak” to Osh.
Accommodation in hotel. Feel the charm of nearly forgotten civilisation. Walk in town in the night for leisure.

Day 20. Drive from Osh to Tashkent or fly from Osh to Bishkek.
Accommodation in hotel. Free time for walking around and buying souvenirs.

Day 21. Departure from Tashkent or Bishkek.
That’s all. Full stop. All troubles are over. Tomorrow you will not have to stress your mind with detailing of your ascent plan, or hectically packing up your backpack, or exposing your body to the shrilling Pamir winds and gazing at the beautiful and luring summits. Tomorrow your usual routine begins. But even amidst your routine an absolutely new feeling will appear to stay with you and invariably bring you back to the events of the past summer. The feeling that whispers in your ears a line: “Listen, let us get back, we have left our friends there in the warm yurt …”.

Photos of the «Ascension on Lenin Peak» tour:
The biggest collection of photos of Lenin Peak: photos of ascension on Lenin Peak, photos of the summit of Lenin Peak, photos of Lenin Peak Base camps, landscapes of Achik-Tash and other beautiful photos of the Pamirs area.

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Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Transportation of goods from the Base Camp to the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Base Camp (3600m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Birthday greetings . The base camps of Lenin Peak Marmots on the Lukovaya meadow. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The path to the Camp 1 (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Setting yurt at the Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Ascent to the first camp (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Icefall between the Camp 1 and the Camp 2. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Avalanche. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Ascent to the Camp 2 (5300m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Clouds and mountains. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 at night. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The mountains in the moonlight. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Base Camp (3600m). 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Reviews were found: 6

Настойчивый Восходитель 16.08.2013 04:30
Замечательно прошло восхождение на пик Ленина. Масса эмоций, хочется еще раз приехать и снова взойти на вершину!

Компания и гиды молодцы, работают классно, настоящие спецы своего дела.

Уважуха, ребята! Так держать!!!
Malgorzata Janik 19.08.2013 19:28
I was lucky to meet Pamir - Expeditions stuff at Camp 1 after I was transported there with altitude sickness. Pavel- the doctor and Denis- the guide took care of me and did a great job to safe my life and made me smiling despite my health troubles. I hope to come back on Pik Lenin in the near future but only with Pamir -Expeditions company. They are really good in what they do. Thanks boys!
Сергей Лубнин 09.10.2013 21:02
Огромное Спасибо, ребята!!!
Не очень красивы сожженные губы
И щеки, потрескав, не так уж милы,
И вроде невзрачна тропа, что их губит,
И камни, что падают сверху малы...
О них ты спроси у Костяна с Никитой,
Что вроде бы молоды с виду пока,
Но истинный опыт оценишь попозже,
Откушав у Шефа - Ислама Ака!
А если вдруг другу совсем поплохело,
Сломала "горняшка" иль придавил груз,
Тащи сразу к "Доку" уставшее тело
Любого поставит на ноги Навруз!
Надеюсь, простят те, что чтут эти строки,
Что имя не каждого внес я в формат.
Простите, отвлекся, ведь в кружку мне снова
Чайку подливает с душой Азамат!
Andrey 01.08.2014 16:08
Нам повезло!!! Потому что обратились в ЦентрлАзия!!! Со стороны компании профессионализм, гостепреимство и неравнодушие... с нашей сбытие стремления достичь ВЕРШИНЫ!!! Со словами благодарности команда "Эльбрус" (Михаил, Вадим, Андрей). июль 2014г,
Aleksandar 20.08.2014 16:07
Thanks for everything, the expedition was successful five members climbed onto the top of Lenin, eight members came out on top Razdelnaja.
We are satisfied with housing, food, and people. (Sauna is a great) :-)
We wish much to commend Nicholas, Olga, Mukadas, are always ready to help ridge whatever we needed.
The real professionals in their job.
Thanks for everything ....
Best regards.
Angela / Pik Lenin 01.09.2015 22:50
The whole trip was very well organized and everything went as planed (Expect the weather on the mountain ;-) Summit on the 31.07.2015
Special thanks to the team in camp 1. They do an excellent job, super friendly service and the food is fantastic.
Our trip to Uzbekistan was an nice finish after the 2 1/2 weeks on the mountain. Also here, everything was very good organized.
A big thank you to everybody involved in our stay.

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