Briefly about our Central Asia Travel crew

 

We believe we"re just ordinary people...but are we? We"ll leave you to decide, friends and guests!

1. Bazarkul Zhoozhbaev
As the director of such a serious company is supposed to be, Bazarkul has a unique personality. He boasts two (or maybe more - who knows!) outstanding qualities. One of them can be told by his happy grinning face with shrewdness in the eyes, while the other by the solemn, almost stern expression of a man who is responsible for many important things his job and the very life of his comprise.
These two aspects of his personality make him a smart and vigorous director who along with the necessary leadership qualities - such as commitment, enterprise, ambition, determination, assertiveness and strictness - possesses approachableness, open-mindedness, and remarkable interpersonal skills and wittiness. He works as a Math and Physics teacher and has a scientific mind, so it is impossible to beat him at chess! And he has another amazing quality: he can disappear from one place and appear somewhere else almost immediately. We have witnessed this ability of our director many times but we do not know the trick yet. Once we looked for him in our Base Camp, feeling sure he was around - and he phoned us from the city of Osh, displaying his inherent sense of humor. His wife and eight children he is so proud of can certainly appreciate such a talent!

2. Mariya Khorosheva
Once you have a breathtaking idea of going to Lenin Peak and you have sent us a mail, it is Mariya who will answer it. She is in charge of all the adventure tours in our company. You will undoubtedly get a quick and detailed reply from her, and it is never a problem if you bombard Mariya with questions - she is used to such circumstances and deals with them perfectly. She very well realizes your strong wish to know about your journey as much as possible in advance. She herself is fond of extreme sports and knows almost all the details about them. Her working principle is patience and diligence; she cannot stand lazybones. At the same time, Mariya is an incurable romantic and a creative person; she is a Russian bard singer-songwriter and a free-time traveler with a camera she always has during her alpine journeys.

3. Alexander Anisimov (Medved)
Medved, more often known as ‘Bear’, is an experienced mountaineer, the most responsible, reliable and respected member of the crew who is fully in charge of the camp’s organization. His precise analytical mind does not prevent him from joking or fooling about with the rest of the crew however. Always fair in all his dealings, cool and sure of himself, he is ready to offer comprehensive advice giving well-grounded answers to any question in spite of being constantly busy. Besides this, he has another form of ‘free-lance’ work as an avid ‘wilderness paparazzo’. He takes photo of everything along his way: be it wild daisies or tiny bugs. The entire life of the camp is captured in minute detail on camera to be later recorded on discs. He is the man you can rely on and as a result everyone in camp respects him.

4. Pavel Vakhrushev
Called an ambulance? Pavel, Camp 1 Chief Physician, lets neither himself, nor his patients stay off guard. Waving his syringe and stethoscope, he in a strict voice brings you back into reality from the euphoria caused by the lack of oxygen. If you still miss his advice, he will still make his best to teach you how to acclimatize properly. One should never disobey him - he has the authority to stop those who may harm himself. Pavel himself is also a mountain climber, so he very well knows the alpine health care aspects. Unlike those who believe they cannot live on without conquering Lenin Peak, Pavel is more sensible. It is enough for him to work on a cold Lenin Peak moraine at an altitude of 4,400 meters to temporarily change his job of a city ambulance doctor. This location suits his medical and personal ambitions perfectly: there are enough people to attend to and a lot of fresh air. The invigorating frost on the glacier allows him to always keep a clear head. He is always busy with chores there and has to stay in good form in case he is called on the radio to go up and help a climber in trouble. Pavel is persistent and tireless in his pursuit of health care; he will never let you go until he is sure you are all right. It is impossible to outwit him - he has wide experience of exposing doctor-dodgers. He will just glance at your gait at this altitude - and come up with the exact diagnosis and treatment order.

5. Alexander Bykov
He is a kind-hearted, sweet-tempered man, Sanya is a real enthusiast of mountaineering and mountain biking. An experienced mountain guide he always gives every attention and support to each member of the group he’s guiding: while making ground or stopping over in camp he’s always ready to cook up a brew to lift spirits, always eager to help out where needed. All his clients see him not only as a guide but also as a reliable friend it’s easy to feel genuinely comfortable with and with whom it becomes easy to overcome the hardships of mountaineering.

6. Sergey Shekhovtsov
Sergey is our alpine guide - highly professional, always ready to help, kind, cheerful, optimistic, boasting the rare capability to never judge a person by first impressions and to try to help those he is leading to find their hidden resources for conquering mountains… Sergey is determined to always improve himself; he is capable of getting down to any job without any objections inside - easily and calmly, controlling and evaluating the situation sensibly. He has quick reactions and acts confidently in unforeseen circumstances. He consistently improves his climbing skills and researches into new ways of improving safety during alpine ascents. He is strict with himself and his partners, since he believes everything is important in the mountains and one must not treat them frivolously. Besides, Sergey is a talented IT specialist; he very well speaks English and plays the guitar. And these are only part of his outstanding qualities. Sergey is married and is a father of a little son.

7. Lyosha (Alexey) Lukyanenko
He nicknamed “Solo” but not because he likes to sing on his own. He is a solo mountaineer. His overflowing, inexhaustible energy always puts him ahead of the pack while ascending the summit. One can only envy him speeding up from the very start: just a few minutes and his well-proportioned silhouette fades into the mist on the mountain pass with his huge backpack the last thing to be seen. By the time the group reaches the camp Lyosha is fully relaxed and ready to tackle all the troubles of camp logistics. Later, loaded with grapnels and ropes, he advances up the path with great skill, balancing between the crevices before athletically zigzagging up the snow. Seeing how easy it all comes to him it’s impossible for the rest of the team he’s guiding to not follow him enthusiasm.

8. Gleb Bozov
Gleb is widely known as the designer of the Russian magazin Vertikalniy mir (‘Vertical World’). However, he became a member of our team for a different reason - he is an alpine guide one can only dream of. Gleb is a very experienced climber and a guide in high mountains. He travels throughout the world a lot, mostly alone, and is capable of seeing its most fascinating colors. Gleb is also an artist, and mountains are the main subject of his works. He is a vegetarian, but it is rather for his healthy soul than for good health. He is self-contained and very gentle. It is extremely interesting to talk to him, since he has read a lot and is quite broad-minded. Sometimes his high cultural level we witness prompts us feel ashamed of our occasional sharp words, irritation or senseless arguments over trifles. When we talk to him, we feel peace and never want to make silly jokes or put somebody in an awkward position. We naturally want to reach his high moral principles, which are so inherent in him, follow his example and eveluate ourselves in terms of his criteria. We remember the simple maxim we must follow to never have guilty conscience: treat people as you want to be treated… In short, Gleb is a real gem.

9. Dmitriy Batukhtin
Dmitriy is a first-rate alpine guide with enormous experience of working in high mountains. He seems to be a person who can do the impossible. He is always ready to do any jobs; you are always surprised at what he is doing in his spare time when you come across him. He is either digging a well in Base Camp (which is what he was nicknamed Well Slave for), or stitching something with his sawing machine in Camp 1 (which is what he was nicknamed Alpine Machine Tailor for). Dmitriy is optimistic, cheerful and communicative. He hates boredom, and if there is an offer promising an exciting adventure in the mountains and seeing old friends in our Lenin Peak camps, he immediately accepts it. And he does not care much about how much he can earn: he adores mountains where his soul soars in delight away from civilization stuffiness. Dmitriy boasts positive attitudes, never loses heart and regards life with delight and amazement. Dmitriy speaks English.

10. Islam Manyurov
No one but Islam has ever cooked such a wide variety of delicious dishes in alpine conditions, displaying chef’s creativity and pleasing our tongues every time. His culinary art in the mountains is really fantastic. He is undoubtedly considered the best chef of Lenin Peak Camp 1. If you are lucky to know him better, you will also appreciate his wit, sense of humor and optimism. Many of the ladies who visited the camp never remained indifferent to his talents and carefully copied his exclusive recipes to try them back in their countries. When you witness Islam thinking over a new menu and new original dishes aloud, it makes your mouth water already. And when you eat these cooking masterpieces, it is really a feast!

11. Nikita Gusev
Nikita is the first who happily says goodbye to the office when the long-awaited moment of setting out on a journey to the Pamirs to pitch the camps under Lenin Peak for a new season comes. He cannot help joy for not seeing the dull office walls for at least 75 days. He is eager to start setting up some yurt dwelling structures or half-barrel tents, concrete something, saw some planks, fly to Camp 1 on a helicopter with cargo or do other exciting chores, since 10 months in the office makes one want to howl like a wolf, and any hard chores in the fresh mountain air is thought to be a bliss. Then the guests arrive and Nikita’s responsibilities increase and become even more diverse and exciting. New faces and new challenges every day make it all for us extremely interesting and useful. Then Lenin Peak season reaches over its peak and Nikita gets a little sad. He begins to ask the leaders till what date we are staying under Lenin Peak this year. The date is usually the same, and Nikita gets even sadder. And we know it for sure that from now on he is missing the warm and cozy office…

12. Stepan Yadgarov
Stepan is our forward in the field of many operations company performs. He always wants to immediately implement his numerous assignments but has to specify which should be done first, which is not an easy task. Stepan is not only concerned with the implementation of his assignments in right order but also tries to use all the resources of his rich imagination and creativity. When he got to the mountains for the first time, he liked it so much that now our leaders never doubt he should be taken there again and again as an assistant. Besides, Stepan is tall and strong, which makes him a great helper. He has two passions: playing the guitar and singing to it, and taking photos. It was him who took many terrific pictures in our Lenin Peak photo gallery. Stepan also knows English and enjoys speaking to our English-speaking guests. Everybody likes him, for he is very kind, responsive and helpful.

13. Vil Mangaliev
When we hear his name we associate it with the IDEAL order in Base Camp storage facilities - half of our team’s successful provision of the services our guests enjoy. You can wake Vil up in the middle of the night and ask where a black tea pack is, for instance - and he will tell you its exact location even without a torch. It is one of his talents, and this is also how Vil was raised to be like. He has everything recorded, categorized and numbered. Just ask Vil for what you need - and he will look it up in his magic book, find it and give it to you. If he is approached by English speakers - which is half of our guests - when they leave their things for storage or take them back, he answers in English, too - fluently. Besides the large number of responsibilities in the camp - running storage facilities, being on night duties and serving the guests at night, receiving food supplies from Osh, shipping food and tackle to Camp 1, weighing up porter cargo, controlling horse drivers and making sure the guests’ belongings they transport are safe, selling souvenirs, giving food out of the storeroom, and others - he feeds stoves, cleans the camp territory, helps in the kitchen, starts the generator and does many other chores. With all these, Vil remains calm and even-tempered - the qualities many of us still have to develop.

14. Azamat
Azamat is a tireless worker in Camp 1, a master of all trades. He is always in a good mood, eager to work and never afraid of any chores; he is rather thirsty for them. He is very communicative and friendly, and can see positive aspects of any difficult situation. He is able to cope with almost everything, no matter what he has to do. And he performs all the tasks perfectly. The teammates believe that Azamat should be given a medal for his responsiveness and diligence. He is a reliable comrade and a resourceful and vigorous worker. He never loses heart and is always cheerful and optimistic. He is well versed in the mountains and can easily adapt to new conditions, so he feels absolutely at ease in Camp 1!

15. Paizulla Murzakanov
He is really “our man” in the Achik-Tash valley. A horse herder, and man of the house for his large family, time-proven team-mate and reliable friend aswell as a hospitable owner of the yurt where his family lives in the summertime. He is always ready to help our team in with a variety of problems, be it load transportation on the pack-horses, or with the temporary storage of the various equipment meant for Base Camp and Camp1 as well as the many other tasks which demand a prompt, efficient solution. A man of reason and a dashing, highly adept horseman who cares for and loves everything equine he is a simple and kind hearted man, aware of his responsibilities and who is attentive to the needs of his team mates - his fellow horse drivers. The latter appreciate his friendship and team working abilities under the arduous conditions of high altitudes because though all of them, grew up in these mountains, the Pamir is not always benign to its children and requires someone that knows and is aware of all the goings-on, intricacies and threats of treachery of the “Roof of the World”. For Paizulla the Pamirs are like an open book, the rolling book of life.

16. Maman
He is a serious man. He is a natural born horseman, grazer and general all-round equestrian. When he’s on horseback it seems as if he was made for the saddle but when his favourite steed Tarat (‘red steed’ in translation) is to carry a heavy load up to Camp 1, Maman never ride but walks by the side of his four-legged friend: Tarat is his workmate and Maman cares for him as a result. Tarat’s mane is never scruffy, always well-groomed as he is. Certainly, there isn’t one reason for Tarat to possibly grumble about his owner. It’s difficult to picture Maman without his steed: even when he drops in to the tent for a moment he can’t sit without fidgeting, worrying about his friend that he’s left behind. In the evening when Maman, together with the other horsemen, arrives in Base Camp while we’re all sitting in the kitchen having dinner to complete a hard day, Maman’s fond of regaling us with stories about horses, about life in the Pamirs or about the unusual incidents he’s witnessed while on the Peak.

17. Djumagul Urazbek-kizi (or just Djuma)
Djuma is Tonya’s closest friend. They always do things together. She deserves only very good words. Like Tonya, she is a real Kyrgyz girl brought up through strict rules of a large family where everybody must patiently take his or her responsibilities to make the family life easier, so Djuma is very hardworking and nimble. She is pretty and sweet-tempered. Her name translates as something like ‘the flower that blooms on Friday’. Djuma studies at a university department of foreign languages and speaks colloquial English already.

18. Shukhrat
Our bus driver and jack- of- all- trades. If you happen to drive from Osh to Taldyk pass before descending into the Alay valley, advancing further towards Base Camp at the base of Lenin Peak, you may appreciate the true value of his driving skills, the mastership with which he manages to overcome this rugged terrain: the stony bottom of Pamir’s rivers, cross-country mudflows, stomach clenching bridges and fords. While the passengers of Shukhrat’s bus, with bated breath and wide eyes, gaze out of the bus window at a simply spellbound landscape, Shukhrat himself remains totally dispassionate, his face expressing the confidence of a worldly-wise cross-country driver for whom such rough (and at times near impassible) road conditions are nothing compared to what he’s dealt with before. It isn’t long before his self-assurance and unruffled calm help the passengers ease off their anxiety, some of them even deigning to have a beer or two in spite of the bumpy ride. As the bus approaches the camp, dust covering the Alay valley with the snow-white mountain summits becoming ever closer and more magnificent, the atmosphere in the bus becomes increasingly more cheerful, the moment Shukhrat reaches the much awaited Base Camp the whole bus bursts with words of appreciation and grateful applause.

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.

Lenin Peak (7134 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Expedition to Lenin Peak (7134 m) Going into the Camp 2. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Base Camp (3600m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan
Picnic on Travelers Pass (4150 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyz children. Kyrgyz people Taldyk Pass (3615 m). Pamir Kyrgyz children. Kyrgyz people Kyrgyz man. Pamir-Alai, Kyrgyzstan Base camp at night. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Icefall between the first and the second camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lipkin Rocks. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Icefall between the first and the second camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Icefall between the first and the second camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Yaks. Pamir-Alai, Kyrgyzstan Going to the first camp (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Pamir mountain system. Kyrgyzstan The lake near the first camp (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Expedition to Lenin Peak (7134 m) Expedition to Lenin Peak (7134 m) Sary-Tash village. Pamir-Alai, Kyrgyzstan Kyzyl-Suu river valley. Pamir-Alai, Kyrgyzstan Kyzyl-Suu river valley. Pamir-Alai, Kyrgyzstan Expedition to Lenin Peak (7134 m) Paragliding near the base camp (3600 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Base Camp (3600m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan View from Travelers pass (4150 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan View from Petrovsky peak (4830m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Glacier of Lenin peak. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Near the summit of the peak Petrovsky (4830 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Ascent to the Travelers pass (4150 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Base Camp (3600m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Icefall between the first and the second camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Ascent to the camp 3 (6100m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The first camp (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Icefall near the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The first camp (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The first camp (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The first camp (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Expedition to Lenin Peak (7134 m), Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 2. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 2. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 2. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan View from the Camp 3. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Horses on the Lukovaya meadow. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan View from Edelweiss glade to Lukovaya meadow and the Petrovsky peak. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Horse on the Lukovaya meadow. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan View on Lukovaya meadow and Lenin Peak. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Transportation of goods from the Base Camp to the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Chon-Alai valley. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The ascent to Lukovaya glade. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan View on Lenin Peak and Travelers pass. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Walk on the lakes near the base camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Walk on the lakes near the base camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Way to Skovoroda. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Walk on the lakes near the base camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Walk on the lakes near the base camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Yurt camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Base Camp (3600m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Travelers pass (4150 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Yaks. Pamir-Alai, Kyrgyzstan Baking bread in the base camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lipkin rocks. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin Glacier. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 2. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin Glacier. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin Glacier. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 2. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 2 (5300m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Glacier of Lenin peak. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 3 (6100m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Glacier of Lenin peak. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 3 (6100m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The lake near the first camp (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Team of the Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Going to the first camp (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Expedition to Lenin Peak (7134 m) The descent from the Travelers pass. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Rocks near Lukovaya meadow. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Expedition to Lenin Peak (7134 m) 19th Party Conference Peak (5945 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 2 (5300m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Comprehensive Peak (5547 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 2. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin Peak (7134 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin Peak (7134 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin Peak (7134 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 2 (5300m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin Peak (7134 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin Peak (7134 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The descent from the summit of Lenin Peak (7134 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan View from the summit of Lenin Peak (7134 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Summit of the Lenin Peak (7134m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 3 (6100m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Skovoroda plateau. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Inside the yurt of Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Chon-Alai valley. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Yurts in the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Expedition to Lenin Peak (7134 m) Cargo delivery to the base camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Expedition to Lenin Peak (7134 m) View from Petrovsky peak (4830m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The summit of the Petrovsky peak (4830m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Presentation of certificates. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The summit of the Petrovsky peak (4830m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Delivery of goods to the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Expedition to Lenin Peak (7134 m) Marmots on the Lukovaya meadow. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Marmots on the Lukovaya meadow. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Flowers of Pamir. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Ascent to the Camp 2 (5300m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Between the Camp 1 and the Camp 2. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Near the Camp 3. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Expedition to Lenin Peak (7134 m) Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Cake for climbers. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Volleyball ground at the base camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin Peak (7134 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Edelweiss. Flowers of Pamir Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The descent from the height of 6400m. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The summit of the Petrovsky peak (4830m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin Peak (7134 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyz yurt Setting the tunduk on yurt Setting of the Camp 1 (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Setting yurt at the base camp (3600 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan View on 19th Party Conference Peak (5945 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The flags of Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia Travel company Base Camp (3600m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Icefall between the first and the second camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Icefall between the first and the second camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Sunset on Lenin Peak. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Summit of the Lenin Peak (7134m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Flowers of Pamir. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Base Camp (3600m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Base Camp (3600m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan View on Lenin Peak and Travelers Pass. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Spartak Peak (6183 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin Peak (7134 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Presentation of certificates. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Glacier of Lenin peak. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Pamir mountain system. Kyrgyzstan Kitchen in the Camp 1 (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Medical service at base camp (3600 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Dining yurt in the Camp 1 (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Dining yurt in the Camp 1 (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Chon-Alai valley. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Dessert. Board at the base camps of Lenin Peak. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The first camp (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Summit of the Lenin Peak (7134m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Base Camp (3600m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Icefall between the first and the second camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin Peak (7134 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Base camp at night. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Cake for climbers. 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). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Yurts in the Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Sunset on the Pamirs. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Icefall near Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Between the Camp 1 and the Camp 2. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Sunset in the Camp 1 (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Summit of the Lenin Peak (7134m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Sunset in the Camp 1 (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Setting yurt at the Camp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 1. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Pamir mountain system. Kyrgyzstan Cake for climbers. Board at the base camps of Lenin Peak Walk around the base camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Dawn in the Camp 1 (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Lenin Peak (7134 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Icefall between the first and the second camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan

see all photos of Lenin peak »»

Videos of the Lenin Peak tour:
Video about Lenin Peak, video about Base camps, video of ascension on Lenin Peak.

2011 Lenin Peak Season2011 Lenin Peak Season Lenin Peak SlideshowLenin Peak Slide Show Lenin PeakTour of Central Asia Travel
Base Camp
Lenin PeakLenin Peak

View all videos »»

to the top »»

Useful links:

View all feedbacks »»

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.

TOUR ORDER

×

Tour name *

Full name *

Citizenship

Phone number

Skype  

E-Mail * 

Number of
participants: 

Accommodation on the route:



Preferable form of communication:

Comments, wishes on the program:



Send to a friend

×




Search on the site

Whats new on the site