Pamirs` Summits

Several Ascents with a Guide in the Lenin Peak Region 2024

 

Profile of the route using Google Earth. Yukhin peak (5,130 m)Profile of the route using Google Earth. Razdelnaya peak (6,148 m)
Country of destination: Kyrgyzstan, Pamir Mountains View the route map »»
Itinerary: (Osh-Osh) Osh - “Edelweisse Meadow” Base camp - Osh
Itinerary: (Bishkek-Bishkek) Bishkek - Osh - “Edelweisse Meadow” Base camp - Osh - Bishkek

GUARANTEED DATES OF THE GROUP TOUR IN 2024:

OSH – OSH

Group №01. 06.07–17.07.2024
Group №02. 13.07–24.07.2024
Group №03. 20.07–31.07.2024
Group №04. 27.07–07.08.2024
Group №05. 03.08–14.08.2024
Group №06. 10.08–21.08.2024
Group №07. 17.08–28.08.2024

BISHKEK – BISHKEK

Group №01. 05.07–18.07.2024
Group №02. 12.07–25.07.2024
Group №03. 19.07–01.08.2024
Group №04. 26.07–08.08.2024
Group №05. 02.08–15.08.2024
Group №06. 09.08–22.08.2024
Group №07. 16.08–29.08.2024

GUARANTEED DATES OF THE GROUP TOUR IN 2025:

Три Вершины Памира

In the region of the Pamir-Alay mountain range, apart from the main Lenin peak (7134 m) there are other beautiful peaks that have been unjustly overlooked. Pamir Peaks ascents allows you to take the first steps in high-altitude mountaineering, further explore the Lenin peak area and get an excellent acclimatization before climbing to the 7000+ m summits.
Tour "Pamirs` Summits" include climbing Yukhin Peak (5130m) and Razdelnaya Peak (6148m) in the Lenin Peak area.
The climbing guided groups are formed internationally. The program belongs to the categories of extreme sports and requires appropriate equipment, physical fitness and endurance. This program operated based on our own camps in the Lenin Peak area: “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m), “Sunny” Camp 1 (4400 m), High altitude Camp 2 (5300 m).

Yukhin peak (5130 m) is a beautiful 5000 m peak in the northern spurs of Lenin Peak. There are no steep glaciers and rocky sections while ascending Yukhin Peak, and the greatest difficulty is the increasing height and steepness of the snow slope (in some places up to 45°). From the top of Yukhin Peak, you can enjoy a stunning view on the grandiose snowy wall of Lenin Peak on one side, and the endless Alay Valley on the other.

Razdelnaya peak (6148 m) is the well-known 6000 m peak of the Trans-Alay Range, through which the classic route of the ascent to Lenin Peak passes. Altitude, crossing open and covered crevasses, low temperatures and extreme weather conditions can present certain difficulties and risks. Climbing Razdelnaya peak is an ideal option for the first “height test”, gaining valuable altitude experience and acclimatization for subsequent ascents to the summits of 7000+ m in the Pamirs, Tian Shan or Nepal.

We offer the program in 2 options - via Osh and via Bishkek.

  • OSH - OSH
  • BISHKEK - BISHKEK

 

 

Itinerary:
Day 1 Arrival in Osh. Transfer to the Pamir mountains, “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp.
Meeting at the Osh airport. Breakfast.
Transfer to the Pamir mountains along the Pamir Highway to the yurt camp located on the Edelweiss meadow at the foot of Lenin Peak.
Arrival at the camp, accommodation, lunch. Walking to the Lukovaya (Leek) Meadow (3800 m).
Travel time: 3 hrs; altitude difference: +200 m, -200 m.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).

Day 2 Acclimatization hike to sacred Tulpar-Kol Lake (8 km).
Travel time: 5-6 hrs; distance: 8 km; altitude difference: -100 m, +100 m.
The main attraction of the day is Tulpar-Kul Lake. Locals say that you should come to this lake only with bright thoughts. During a walk to the lake we will see yurts of local people and get acquainted with nomadic way of life.
In the northern part of the lake Tulpar Kol, there is panorama viewpoint to the Lenin Peak against the turquoise lake. Return to the Base camp, rest.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).

Day 3 Acclimatization hike to a scenic viewing point on the Petrovskiy Peak ridge (4150 m).
Travel time: 45 hrs; distance: 6 km; altitude difference: +550 m, -550 m.
The route is led by a guide, without special equipment.
Petrovskiy peak (4700 m) is one of the easier and closer peaks in relation to the Base camp. It fits perfectly for the first stages of the acclimation process. We will ascent to the altitude of approximately 4150 m, where we will see the majestic view of the gran Alay valley, which features numerous lakes, huge Trans-Alay Range, and its main mountain – the Lenin Peak. Return to the Base camp, rest.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).

Day 4 Ascent to “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m).
Travel time: 6-7 hours; distance: 12 km; altitude difference: +800 m.
The route is led by a guide, without special equipment.
Ascent to the Puteshestvennikov (Travelers) Pass (4150 m). Following is the descent from the pass – it is pretty easy and quick. After that, the trail turns into a virtually horizontal surface and stretches in parallel to the left moraine dump over a very long distance. We then cross a wild mountain river and ascent the trail that leads to the Lenin Glacier. Afterwards, we move along the body of the glacier until we reach “Solnechniy” (“Sunny”) Camp 1, which is located on the middle moraine.
Arrival in the “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m), accommodation, and rest.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m).

Day 5 Ascent to Yukhin Peak (5130 m). Descent to “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m).
Distance: 12 km; altitude difference: +730 m; -730 m.
The route is led by a guide, without special equipment.
Stage 1: Starting from Camp 1 (4400 m) on the middle moraine of the Lenin glacier. Traversing the glacier crosswise and beginning to ascend the left (orographically) moraine of the Lenin Glacier.
Stage 2: Ascending the moraine’s ridge. The slope’s steepness reaches 20–25°. Entering a gentler area and crossing it towards the southern slope – to a wide couloir leading directly onto the summit of Yukhin Peak (5130 m).
Stage 3: Ascending the right (in the direction of the movement) side of the couloir, the slope’s steepness reaches 30° in some places. Most of the time we walk on snow, in some places on scree of small or medium-size stones. Left turn after the emergence from the couloir. After walking for some 15meters on a narrow snow-covered ridge we reach the upper plateau just beneath the peak and the summit proper.
Stage 4: The group will descend the mountain along the same route as they climbed it.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m).

Ascent to Camp 1. Lenin peak
Day 6 Preparing for the ascent to Razdelnaya Peak (6148 m). Snow and ice training.
Guided training with special mountaineering equipment in the vicinity of Camp 1 (4400 m): you will learn the rules of traversing glaciers with open and closed crevasses, crossing crevasses, ascending and descending a fixed line (a rope technique), and self-rescue. Preparing group equipment for tomorrow's ascent.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m).

Day 7 Ascent to Camp 2 (5300 m).
Travel time: 5–10 hours; distance: 5 km; altitude difference: +900 m.
The route is led by a guide; climbing in crampons and in roped-up teams.
Stage 1: We will depart from the Camp 1 (4400 m) along a glacier right to the middle of the Northern wall, avoiding a lot of cracks, up to a steep snowy ascent and upwards (80 m, 35–40°) on a fixed rope or in a zigzag.
Move up the slope of the North Wall. This slope is avalanche-prone. To minimize the risk of avalanche danger, we recommend stopping for rest for no longer than 5-10 minutes.
Stage 2: Following the traverse to the right, we will reach to the snowy plateau, which is popularly known as the Skovoroda (Frying Pan). This traverse is extremely dangerous for avalanches, so you need to pass it as quickly as possible, while trying to avoid rest stops, even for 5 minutes.
Stage 3: After the Skovoroda traverse, we will ascent the slope leading to the high-altitude Camp 2.
Meals: breakfast at Camp 1. Lunch and dinner – self-cooking; products, gas burner, gas cartridges, utensils – taken from the Base camp storage.

Meals: food pack for climbing
Overnight at set up high-altitude tents in Camp 2 (5300 m).

Descent to Base Camp (3600 m). Lenin peak

Day 8 Ascent to Razdelnaya Peak (6148 m). Descent to Camp 2 (5300 m).
Distance: 5 km; altitude difference: +848 m; -848 m.
The route is led by a guide; climbing in crampons and in roped-up teams.
Stage 1: From the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 m), we will ascent the slope of 30-40⁰ to the ridge, while keeping to the left of the rocks.
Stage 2: After we reach the ridge, we will start moving left along a gently sloping ridge, and then take off to the Razdelnaya Peak (6148 m).
Stage 3: The ascent the top along a snowy ridge with a slope of 30-40⁰and very deep snow. There are concealed crevasses in the upper part of the route (from 6000 meters to 6100 meters), so it is recommended to move in roped-up teams.
Stage 4: Descent from the top the same way as you climbed up.
Meals: self-cooking; products, gas burner, gas cartridges, utensils – taken from the Base Camp storage.

Meals: food pack for climbing
Overnight at set up high-altitude tents in Camp 2 (5300 m).

On your way to Osh, we recommend stopping at the Taldyk pass, looking around the incredible mountains and take a few photos to commemorate these majestic scenery.

Arrival in Osh, accommodation at a hotel. If you wish, you can walk around the city center and visit the Osh market where you can find a big variety of national-style souvenirs.

Overnight stay at a hotel in Osh.

Day 9 Descent to “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m) and further to “Edelweiss Meadow” Base Camp (3600 m).
Distance: 17 km; altitude difference: -1700 m.
The route is led by a guide; on the section between C2 – C1 descending in crampons and in roped-up teams required.
Descent to the “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m) the same way as you climbed up. Special attention needs to be paid to descending over the crevasses on snowy bridges.
At the “Solnechniy” Camp you will have lunch and get rest. Further descending to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m) by taking the familiar trail through the Puteshestvennikov Pass.
On arrival in the Base camp – dinner and rest.
Meals: breakfast – self-cooking; products, gas burner, gas cartridges, utensils – taken from the Base Camp storage. Lunch in Camp 1, dinner in the Base camp.

Meals: food pack for climbing, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).

Day 10 Reserve day in case of bad weather.
The climbing expedition to 6000+ m peak requires a reserve day. Severe climate of the Pamir Mountains and unexpected extreme weather conditions can make changes to the initial expedition schedule. Snowfalls, heavy winds, fogs and rapid temperature drops while climbing can force you to wait out the bad weather.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).

Day 11 Transfer to Osh.
Travel time: 5 h; distance: 280 km.
After lunch transfer to Osh through the famous Alay Valley, high-altitude Taldyk pass (3645 m) and Chiirchik pass (2408 m).
Arrival in Osh. Check-in at the hotel. We recommend a walk around the city and a visit to the Osh Bazaar, where you can buy national souvenirs.

Meals: breakfast, lunch.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 12 Departure from Osh.
Transfer to the airport. The end of the program.

Meals: breakfast.

The cost of the tour:

Osh - Osh (12 days): 1225 USD
SGL supplement +198 USD

The cost of the package includes:

  • Accommodation in a hotel 3* with breakfast in Osh (1 night)
Transfers and flights:
  • Meeting and seeing off at the airport
  • Transfer Osh – Base Camp – Osh
Documents and taxes:
  • Arrangement of Border Zone Permit
  • Environmental tax
Mandatory security measures:
  • Registration in the rescue squad
  • Rent of portable radio station (walkie-talkie)
Meal:
  • Early breakfast upon arrival in Osh
  • Meals in camps - full board: 3 times a day hot varied meals, including vegetarian (days 1-10)
  • Set of products for the ascent period
Services in “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m):
  • Accommodation in spacious and heated camping tents. The tents are equipped with:
    • individual heaters,
    • beds, mattresses, blankets, pillows,
    • changeable bed linen: duvet covers, bed sheets, and pillowcases,
    • electricity: sockets and lighting,
    • bedside tables and chairs.
  • Meals – full board: 3 times a day hot varied meals, including vegetarian.
  • Services of a doctor.
  • Heated national Kyrgyz yurts for taking food and leisure activities.
  • Shower cabins.
  • Sauna.
  • Washstands and toilet.
  • Luggage room.
  • Rental point and shop.
  • Electricity 220 V; 50 Hz.
    Services in “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m):
  • Accommodation in spacious camping tents. The tents are equipped with:
    • wooden decks, thermal isolation,
    • foam mattresses.
  • Meals - full board: 3 times a day hot varied meals, including vegetarian
  • Services of a doctor.
  • Heated national Kyrgyz yurts for taking food and leisure activities.
  • Washstands and toilet.
  • Luggage room.
  • Electricity 220 V; 50 Hz.
Altitude service:
  • Services of a mountain guide for the period of the active part of the tour.
  • Accommodation in set up high-altitude tents in Camp 2 (5300 m)
  • Set of products for the ascent period
Group equipment rental: Additional Services:
  • Supplement for additional night on arrival or departure in hotel 3*:
    • single room – 45 USD / per room / per night,
    • double room – 55 USD / per room / per night.
  • Accommodation in national Kyrgyz yurts (3600 meters): each yurt is equipped with comfortable furniture and personal bathroom.
  • Mobile sauna in the Camp 1 (4400 m).
  • Internet in the Base Camp (3600 m) and Camp 1 (4400 m).
  • Personal equipment rental.
  • Services of porters.

The cost of the tour does not include:

  • Visa invitations and visa fees (if necessary).
  • International flights.
  • Health insurance.
  • Meals in Osh and Bishkek (except breakfast at the hotels).
Gifts:
  • Climbing certificate
  • Free hot tea and coffee with sweets (candies, cookies, jams, etc.), hot drinking water in the Base Camp and Camp 1


We do not provide luggage storage services in Camp 2 (5300 m) and Camp 3 (6100 m), and hence we are not responsible for any items left there unattended.

 

We have luggage storage facilities only at the Base Camp (3600 m) and Camp 1 (4400 m). Please use them if you want to guarantee the safety of your belongings.

Accommodation:
This tour comes with the following

Location Accommodation
Osh Sunrise Osh hotel 3* or similar
"Edelweiss Meadow” yurt camp Standard option – accommodation in camping tents
“Solnechniy” camp Accommodation in camping tents
Camp 2 (5300 m) Accommodationin set up high-altitude tents
   
"Edelweiss Meadow” yurt camp
Standard Option – accommodation in heated camping tents, 1–2 persons per tent. The tents are equipped with electricity, individual heaters, beds, mattresses, blankets, pillows and changeable bed linen: flat sheets, bed sheets, and pillowcases. Comfort Option – accommodation in a comfortable yurt, 1–2 persons per yurt. The yurt is equipped with private bathroom (shower cabin, toilet, hot and cold water); heating, electricity, beds with changeable bed linen, wardrobes, desk, armchairs, electric kettle, toiletries, hairdryer; towels.
The “Edelweiss Meadow” yurt campsite offers at your disposal a sauna and shower cubicles, washstand and toilet, Wi-Fi, a laundry, rental point, luggage storage room, volleyball court, and large traditional heated yurts for meals and leisure activities.
“Solnechniy” camp.
Accommodation in spacious camping tents. The tents are equipped with wooden decks, thermal isolation, foam mattresses.
On the territory of “Sunny” camp there are a washstand and toilet, camping shower, camping sauna, Wi-Fi, luggage storage room, heated dining yurt, and a first-aid post.
Hotels.
We offer accommodation in cozy hotels often decorated in a national style. It is completely unique: it combines modern comfort and a unique culture of hospitality.

 

Itinerary:
Day 1 Arrival in Bishkek. Domestic flight Bishkek – Osh.
Arrival in the international airport “Manas” (Bishkek). Domestic flight to Osh. Meeting at the airport of Osh. Transfer and check in at the hotel after 14:00. Leisure time.

Meals: —
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 2 Transfer to the Pamirs, “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).
Transfer along the Pamir Highway to the yurt camp located on the Edelweiss meadow at the foot of Lenin Peak.
Arrival at the camp, accommodation, lunch. Walking to the Lukovaya (Leek) Meadow (3800 m).
Travel time: 3 hrs; altitude difference: +200 m, -200 m.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).

Photo, base camp, adventure tour, mountaineering, trekking. Lenin peak area. Pamir mountains, Kyrgyzstan

Osh is the biggest city in Southern Kyrgyzstan. The road from Osh to the Base camps involves passing two passes – the Chyiyrchik (2408 meters) located in the region of the Gulcha village and Taldyk (3615 meters) which is just before the Sary-Tash village – the somewhat of a gate that complete the road down from the Alay valley passing. At the bottom of this valley, at an altitude of 3000 meters, flows the river Kyzyl-Suu. The Kyrgyzstan part of the Pamir tract which was created with great difficulty in the conditions of high mountains, was fully refurbished some time ago and now features high-quality asphalt pavement which makes driving on it a very pleasant experience. Gradually, we will drive up the Taldyk pass and then drive a few meters down to the altitude of the Alay valley, and then we will drive up the mountains again and will reach the Base camp located in the Achik-Tash valley.

Arrival in the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters), accommodation and rest.

The “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp is located in the valley with the same name, at an altitude of 3600 meters. On its territory you can find anything you might need for a comfortable stay: national yurts for dining and leisure, a sauna, showers, restroom, Wi-Fi, a medical station, a volleyball court, an equipment rentals shop, lockers, etc. You can choose the type of accommodation at the Base camp in advance – whether you would like to stay in the spacious heated tents or the real Kyrgyz yurts with a personal bathroom.
The meal here is of the highest standard and could easily compete with some of the best restaurants in the Middle East. Professional chefs will cook Asian and European dishes and will offer some vegetarian options, as well.
Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are served in the large dining yurts. A boiling pot with hot water is at your disposal all day long so that you can make yourself some tea or coffee at any time. We also offer complimentary berry jams and sweets. We also have a traditional clay oven (tandyr) at the Base camp – this is what we use to bake fresh bread and Samsa.

After you get accommodated at the Base camp, we will take an acclimation walk to the Lukovaya Meadow (3800 meters) where you can see how the real wild leek grows and where marmots live.

If you wish, you can also walk up to the observation deck which will provide you with a wonderful view of the Achik-Tash valley (translation: “Open rock”).
Walk back to the Base camp.
Overnight stay at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Day 3 Acclimatization hike to sacred Tulpar-Kol Lake (8 km).
Travel time: 5-6 hrs; distance: 8 km; altitude difference: -100 m, +100 m.
The main attraction of the day is Tulpar-Kul Lake. Locals say that you should come to this lake only with bright thoughts. During a walk to the lake we will see yurts of local people and get acquainted with nomadic way of life.
In the northern part of the lake Tulpar Kol, there is panorama viewpoint to the Lenin Peak against the turquoise lake.
Return to the Base camp, rest.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).

Photo, base camp, adventure tour, mountaineering, trekking in the Pamir mountains. Lenin peak area. Pamir mountains, Kyrgyzstan

Day 4 Acclimatization hike to a scenic viewing point on the Petrovskiy Peak ridge (4150 m).
Travel time: 45 hrs; distance: 6 km; altitude difference: +550 m, -550 m.
The route is led by a guide, without special equipment.
Petrovskiy peak (4700 m) is one of the easier and closer peaks in relation to the Base camp. It fits perfectly for the first stages of the acclimation process. We will ascent to the altitude of approximately 4150 m, where we will see the majestic view of the gran Alay valley, which features numerous lakes, huge Trans-Alay Range, and its main mountain – the Lenin Peak. Return to the Base camp, rest.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).

Ascent to Petrovsky Peak. Photo, base camp, adventure tour, mountaineering, trekking in the Pamir mountains. Lenin peak area. Pamir mountains, Kyrgyzstan

Day 5 Ascent to “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m).
Travel time: 6-7 hours; distance: 12 km; altitude difference: +800 m.
The route is led by a guide, without special equipment.
Ascent to the Puteshestvennikov (Travelers) Pass (4150 m). Following is the descent from the pass – it is pretty easy and quick. After that, the trail turns into a virtually horizontal surface and stretches in parallel to the left moraine dump over a very long distance. We then cross a wild mountain river and ascent the trail that leads to the Lenin Glacier. Afterwards, we move along the body of the glacier until we reach “Solnechniy” (“Sunny”) Camp 1, which is located on the middle moraine.
Arrival in the “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m), accommodation, and rest.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m).

Ascent to Camp 1. Lenin peak

Day 6 Ascent to Yuhin Peak (5130 m). Descent to “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m).
Distance: 12 km; altitude difference: +730 m; -730 m.
The route is led by a guide, without special equipment.
Stage 1: Starting from Camp 1 (4400 m) on the middle moraine of the Lenin glacier. Traversing the glacier crosswise and beginning to ascend the left (orographically) moraine of the Lenin Glacier.
Stage 2: Ascending the moraine’s ridge. The slope’s steepness reaches 20–25°. Entering a gentler area and crossing it towards the southern slope – to a wide couloir leading directly onto the summit of Yukhin Peak (5130 m).
Stage 3: Ascending the right (in the direction of the movement) side of the couloir, the slope’s steepness reaches 30° in some places. Most of the time we walk on snow, in some places on scree of small or medium-size stones. Left turn after the emergence from the couloir. After walking for some 15meters on a narrow snow-covered ridge we reach the upper plateau just beneath the peak and the summit proper.
Stage 4: The group will descend the mountain along the same route as they climbed it.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m).

Yukhin Peak Photo, base camp, adventure tour, mountaineering, trekking in the Pamir mountains. Lenin peak area. Pamir mountains, Kyrgyzstan

Day 7 Preparing for the ascent to Razdelnaya Peak (6148 m). Snow and ice training.
Guided training with special mountaineering equipment in the vicinity of Camp 1 (4400 m): you will learn the rules of traversing glaciers with open and closed crevasses, crossing crevasses, ascending and descending a fixed line (a rope technique), and self-rescue. Preparing group equipment for tomorrow's ascent.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m).

Photo, base camp, adventure tour, mountaineering, trekking in the Pamir mountains. Lenin peak area. Pamir mountains, Kyrgyzstan

Day 8 Ascent to Camp 2 (5300 m).
Travel time: 5–10 hours; distance: 5 km; altitude difference: +900 m.
The route is led by a guide; climbing in crampons and in roped-up teams.
Stage 1: We will depart from the Camp 1 (4400 m) along a glacier right to the middle of the Northern wall, avoiding a lot of cracks, up to a steep snowy ascent and upwards (80 m, 35–40°) on a fixed rope or in a zigzag.
Move up the slope of the North Wall. This slope is avalanche-prone. To minimize the risk of avalanche danger, we recommend stopping for rest for no longer than 5-10 minutes.
Stage 2: Following the traverse to the right, we will reach to the snowy plateau, which is popularly known as the Skovoroda (Frying Pan). This traverse is extremely dangerous for avalanches, so you need to pass it as quickly as possible, while trying to avoid rest stops, even for 5 minutes.
Stage 3: After the Skovoroda traverse, we will ascent the slope leading to the high-altitude Camp 2.

Meals: breakfast at Camp 1. Lunch and dinner – self-cooking; products, gas burner, gas cartridges, utensils – taken from the Base camp storage.
Overnight at set up high-altitude tents in Camp 2 (5300 m).

Photo, base camp, adventure tour, mountaineering, trekking in the Pamir mountains. Lenin peak area. Pamir mountains, Kyrgyzstan

Day 9 Ascent to Razdelnaya Peak (6148 m). Descent to Camp 2 (5300 m).
Distance: 5 km; altitude difference: +848 m; -848 m.
The route is led by a guide; climbing in crampons and in roped-up teams.
Stage 1: From the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 m), we will ascent the slope of 30-40⁰ to the ridge, while keeping to the left of the rocks.
Stage 2: After we reach the ridge, we will start moving left along a gently sloping ridge, and then take off to the Razdelnaya Peak (6148 m).
Stage 3: The ascent the top along a snowy ridge with a slope of 30-40⁰and very deep snow. There are concealed crevasses in the upper part of the route (from 6000 meters to 6100 meters), so it is recommended to move in roped-up teams.
Stage 4: Descent from the top the same way as you climbed up.

Meals: self-cooking; products, gas burner, gas cartridges, utensils – taken from the Base Camp storage.
Accommodation: Overnight at set up high-altitude tents in Camp 2 (5300 m).

Photo, base camp, adventure tour, mountaineering, trekking in the Pamir mountains. Lenin peak area. Pamir mountains, Kyrgyzstan

Day 10 Descent to “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m) and further to “Edelweiss Meadow” Base Camp (3600 m).
Distance: 17 km; altitude difference: -1700 m.
The route is led by a guide; on the section between C2 – C1 descending in crampons and in roped-up teams required.
Descent to the “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m) the same way as you climbed up. Special attention needs to be paid to descending over the crevasses on snowy bridges.
At the “Solnechniy” Camp you will have lunch and get rest. Further descending to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m) by taking the familiar trail through the Puteshestvennikov Pass.
On arrival in the Base camp – dinner and rest.

Meals: breakfast – self-cooking; products, gas burner, gas cartridges, utensils – taken from the Base Camp storage. Lunch in Camp 1, dinner in the Base camp.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).

Day 11 Reserve day in case of bad weather.
The climbing expedition to 6000+ m peak requires a reserve day. Severe climate of the Pamir Mountains and unexpected extreme weather conditions can make changes to the initial expedition schedule. Snowfalls, heavy winds, fogs and rapid temperature drops while climbing can force you to wait out the bad weather.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Overnight at “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).

Day 12 Transfer to Osh.
Travel time: 5 h; distance: 280 km.
After lunch transfer to Osh through the famous Alay Valley, high-altitude Taldyk pass (3645 m) and Chiirchik pass (2408 m).
Arrival in Osh. Check-in at the hotel. We recommend a walk around the city and a visit to the Osh Bazaar, where you can buy national souvenirs.

Meals: breakfast, lunch.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 13 Domestic flight Osh – Bishkek.
Transfer to the airport. Domestic flight to Bishkek. Meeting at the airport of Bishkek. Transfer and check-in at the hotel after 14:00. Leisure time.

Meals: breakfast.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 14 Departure from Bishkek.
Transfer to the airport. The end of the program.

Meals: breakfast.

The cost of the tour:

Bishkek - Bishkek (14 days): 1485 USD
SGL supplement +240 USD

The cost of the package includes:

  • Accommodation in a hotel 3* with breakfast in Osh (2 nights)
  • Accommodation in a hotel 3* with breakfast in Bishkek (1 night)
Transfers and flights:
  • Meeting and seeing off at the airport.
  • Domestic flights Bishkek – Osh – Bishkek.
  • Transfer Osh – Base Camp – Osh.
Documents and taxes:
  • Arrangement of Border Zone Permit.
  • Environmental tax.
Mandatory security measures:
  • Registration in the rescue squad.
  • Consultation concerning the climbing route.
  • Rent of portable radio station (walkie-talkie).
Services in “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m):
  • Accommodation in spacious and heated camping tents. The tents are equipped with:
    • individual heaters
    • beds, mattresses, blankets, pillows
    • changeable bed linen: flat sheets, bed sheets, and pillowcases
    • electricity: sockets and lighting
    • bedside tables and chairs
  • Meals – full board: 3 times a day hot varied meals, including vegetarian.
  • Services of a doctor.
  • Heated national Kyrgyz yurts for taking food and leisure activities.
  • Shower cabins.
  • Sauna.
  • Washstands and toilet.
  • Luggage room.
  • Rental point and shop.
  • Electricity 220 V; 50 Hz.
    Services in “Solnechniy” Camp 1 (4400 m):
  • Accommodation in spacious camping tents, 2 persons per tent. The tents are equipped with:
    • wooden decks, thermal isolation,
    • foam mattresses
  • Meals - full board: 3 times a day hot varied meals, including vegetarian
  • Services of a doctor.
  • Heated national Kyrgyz yurts for taking food and leisure activities.
  • Washstands and toilet.
  • Luggage room.
  • Electricity 220 V; 50 Hz.
Altitude service:
  • Services of a mountain guide for the period of the active part of the tour.
  • Accommodationin set up high-altitude tents in Camp 2 (5300 m).
  • Set of products for the ascent period.
Group equipment rental:

The cost of the tour does not include:

  • Visa invitations and visa fees (if necessary).
  • International flights.
  • Health insurance.
  • Meals in Osh and Bishkek (except breakfast at the hotels).
Additional Services:
  • Supplement for additional night on arrival or departure in hotel 3*:
    • single room – 45 USD / per room / per night,
    • double room – 55 USD / per room / per night.
  • Accommodation in national Kyrgyz yurts (3600 meters): each yurt is equipped with comfortable furniture and personal bathroom.
  • Mobile sauna in the Camp 1 (4400 m).
  • Internet in the Base Camp (3600 m) and Camp 1 (4400 m).
  • Personal equipment rental.
  • Services of porters.
Gifts:
  • Climbing certificate
  • Free hot tea and coffee with sweets (candies, cookies, jams, etc.), hot drinking water in the Base Camp and Camp 1


We do not provide luggage storage services in Camp 2 (5300 m) and Camp 3 (6100 m), and hence we are not responsible for any items left there unattended.

 

We have luggage storage facilities only at the Base Camp (3600 m) and Camp 1 (4400 m). Please use them if you want to guarantee the safety of your belongings.

Accommodation:
This tour comes with the following

Location Accommodation
Osh Sunrise Osh hotel 3* or similar
"Edelweiss Meadow” yurt camp Standard option – accommodation in camping tents
“Solnechniy” camp Accommodation in camping tents
Camp 2 (5300 m) Accommodationin set up high-altitude tents
Bishkek Olive Bishkek Hotel 3* or similar
   
"Edelweiss Meadow” yurt camp
Standard Option – accommodation in heated camping tents, 1–2 persons per tent. The tents are equipped with electricity, individual heaters, beds, mattresses, blankets, pillows and changeable bed linen: flat sheets, bed sheets, and pillowcases. Comfort Option – accommodation in a comfortable yurt, 1–2 persons per yurt. The yurt is equipped with private bathroom (shower cabin, toilet, hot and cold water); heating, electricity, beds with changeable bed linen, wardrobes, desk, armchairs, electric kettle, toiletries, hairdryer; towels.
The “Edelweiss Meadow” yurt campsite offers at your disposal a sauna and shower cubicles, washstand and toilet, Wi-Fi, a laundry, rental point, luggage storage room, volleyball court, and large traditional heated yurts for meals and leisure activities.
“Solnechniy” camp.
Accommodation in spacious camping tents. The tents are equipped with wooden decks, thermal isolation, foam mattresses.
On the territory of “Sunny” camp there are a washstand and toilet, camping shower, camping sauna, Wi-Fi, luggage storage room, heated dining yurt, and a first-aid post.
Hotels.
We offer accommodation in cozy hotels often decorated in a national style. It is completely unique: it combines modern comfort and a unique culture of hospitality.

  • List of equipments
    ROUTE MAP
  • Visas & permits
  • FAQ

 

 

List of equipments

Equipment to be used during the program«Three Summits In The Pamirs»
Equipments and clothes Yuhin Peak Razdelnaya Peak
1 Trekking boots (Scarpa kailash GTXSalomon Quest 4D GTXThe North Face Wreck Mid GTX or similar) or hiking shoes (SALEWA MTN Trainer GTXGarmont Dragontail MNT GTX or similar), andor sandals (TevaKeen or similar) to travel within and between the lower camps (Base Camp and Camp 1). Besides, you need a pair of light and open footwear for Osh, which features high summer temperatures. + +
2 Boots for high attitude - leather or plastic, with two or three layers, for altitudes 6,000 m and higher (la Sportiva Nepal Evo, Scarpa Phantom, Scarpa Vega Inverno or similar). - +
3 Assault jacket GORE-TEX (RedFox Vector GTX III or similar). + +
4 Assault trousers GORE-TEX or Bib and brace overalls GORE-TEX (RedFox Vector GTX III or similar). + +
5 Downy jacket / PrimaLoft or ThermoBall synthetic insulated jackets (BASK Valdez or similar). As one desires +
6 Bib and brace overalls GORE-TEX (for instance, RedFox Gravity GTX). Waterproof and windproof assault trousers (p.4), you do not need an overall. - +
7 Downy sleeping bag or a sleeping bag with synthetic insulation with comfort rating temperature not higher than -15 ºС (BASK MUSTANG 700+FP or similar). + +
8 Suit POLARTEC (for instance, jacket BASK Kondor V3 + trousers BASK Vinson Pro V2) + +
9 Skin tight linen thermals POLARTEC - two sets: thin thermals to wick moisture away from the skin (for instance RedFox Dry Zone) and thick ones for insulation (for instance, jacket + trousers BASK) thin thin + thick
10 Mittens for the high altitude ascents downy orPrimaLoft (etc.) synthetic insulated (for instance, BASK Brooks-D V2orBASK Creative Mitten V3)
Insulated down or synthetic booties to sleep in  - PrimaLoft etc. (for instance, Baffin Cush Booty)..
As one desires +
11 Thin Gloves, Fleece, Polartec, WindBloc and thick insulated gloves (for instance, RedFox Ice) + +
12 Peaked cap or panama hat + insulated winter hat. A light sun runner cap(Outdoor Research Sun Runner CapOutdoor Research Activeice Cap or similar) or panama hat (Outdoor Research Conzumel SombreroOutdoor Research Helios Sun Hat or similar) + insulated hat (Outdoor Research Windwarrior HatOutdoor Research Peruvian Hat or similar). + +
13 Knitted T-shirts. + +
14 High gaiters to protect your feet from snow (for instance,Outdoor Research Rocky Mountain High Gaiters). + +
15 Socks-POLAR, thermal socks, like Boreal TREK Thermolite or similars + ordinary socks. + +
16 Balaclava(BASK THOR V2BASK Cascade V2 or similar) or thermal buff Thermal Buff). - Desired but not necessary
17 Metallic vacuum flask 0.5 - 1.0 litres or Polar vacuum bottle with insulation (it is easier). + +
18 Backpack for ascent 50-70 with a rain cover to prolong the service life of your backpack and accessories. + +
19 Clumps-right and left - 1 piece. Or easier one WildCountry Ropeman or Petzl Tibloc. - +
20 Belay arrangement “figure of 8 knot”. Much more actual is Petzl Reverso,and the better is Black Diamond ATC Guide, "ВЕНТО Лукошко" or similars. - +
21 Necking-belay system. - +
22 Carabin with muff (3+1 pieces). - +
23 Two cords (cordalettes), 6-7 mm in diameter and 4-5 m in length. - +
24 Ice screws (2 peaces). - +
25 Lip balm. + +
26 Sun cream (SPF 25-40). + +
27 Transport trunk. Not essential, but it facilitates the transportation of the things to Base Camp and further horseback transportation to Camp 1. + -
28 Pen knife. + +
29 Crampons; they must fit your boots. - +
30 Ice-axe with a straight shaft and without accessories; should be selected based on your stature (for instance, Black Diamond Raven). - +
31 Snow goggles + spare sunglasses. + +
32 Telescopic walking sticks. + +
33 Head torch. + +
34 First-aid kit (personal + group). + +

Route Map

Profile of the route using Google Earth. Yuhin Peak (5,130 m)

Profile of the route using Google Earth. Yukhin peak (5,130 m)

Profile of the route using Google Earth. Razdelnaya peak (6,148 m)

Profile of the route using Google Earth. Razdelnaya peak (6,148 m)

Visas and Permits

Under current rules visa-free stay within unlimited period on the territory of Kyrgyzstan is granted for the nationals of the following countries:

  • Armenia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Belorussia
  • Cuba
  • Georgia
  • Kazakhstan
  • Laos
  • Moldova
  • North Korea
  • Russia
  • Tajikistan
  • Vietnam

 

List of states granted visa-free stay up to 90 days: Mongolia, Ukraine

List of states granted visa-free stay up to 60 days

  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Andorra
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Bahrain
  • Belgium
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • Britain
  • Brunei Darussalam
  • Canada
  • Chile
  • Croatia
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Estonia
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Hungary
  • Iceland
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Japan
  • Kuwait
  • Latvia
  • Liechtenstein
  • Lithuania
  • Luxembourg
  • Malta
  • Monaco
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Poland
  • Portugal
  • Qatar
  • Republic of Korea
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Singapore
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • Turkey
  • United Arab Emirates
  • United States of America
  • Uzbekistan
  • Vatican

Visa-free access to Kyrgyzstan up to 30 days: Malaysia

The regulations require that any visitor has a pass to the border guard zone Lenin Peak is located in. In order to get it, you will have to send us a photocopy of your passport and the due dates of your visit at least 1 month prior to it.

 

  1. Who can take part in the program?
  2. What are the minimal technical qualification requirements?
  3. What insurance cover limit do you suggest?
  4. What kind of climbing gear do we need?
  5. Best time for successful ascending.
  6. How to issue visa and resolving documents?
  7. How to apply for tailor-made participation in program?
  8. Can I expect any discounts?
  9. How do I book the services of high-altitude porters?
  10. What facilities do the yurt camps feature?
  11. What about food?
  12. What currency is in circulation at Lenin Peak camps?
  13. How much money should I pay for each extra day in addition to the program?
  14. How do I pay for my tour?
  15. Is it possible to buy products for ascending in Osh, before removal to the Base Camp?
  16. Lenin Peak Safety Policy.
  1. Who can take part in the program?
    Beginners and experienced climbers, mountaineers, trekkers, hikers and ordinary mountain lovers eager to travel the region and do some mountaineering practice in order to check their abilities and the work of their organisms at high altitudes, including as a part of preparation for climbing Lenin Peak and other 7,000-metre summits. Maximal height gained during the programme - 6,148 m (Razdelnaya Peak) .
  2. What are the minimal technical qualification requirements?
    The participants must be in a good physical shape, have no chronic health problems and be experienced in trekking in the mountains. 
    The participants will receive detailed instructions and basic training course from experienced guides:
    • the technique of climbing glaciers and snow-covered slopes, the rules of crossing crevasses;
    • the basic skills of working in a rope team;
    • the fundamentals of using professional mountain gear;
    • the principles of belaying;
    • proper acclimatization;
    • professional advices from mountain guides about the climbing equipment and outfit requirements.
    We recommend that you begin preparing for this expedition at least 6 months before the start. The preparation steps include regular physical exercises (long distance running/skiing) and weight, diet and health control.
    Be sure to consult your doctor about your ability to take part in high-altitude mountaineering programs. Your fitness for this type of activity must be confirmed with an official certificate stamped by the medical institution you have been put to the examination at. The certificate must specify that your health condition allows you to take part in climbing to a height of 6,200 m.  
    Important: before starting the active part of the tour you must be examined by our doctor at the Base Camp.
  3. What insurance cover limit do you suggest?
    Insurance is prerequisite - for that extreme case you never want to think over about. But common sense gives a prompt that you have to care about having it in order to feel being secured at ascending because service of rescue team and transport cost quite expensive.
    So, your individual insurance policy has to be drawn on not less than 30.000$ (USA). Besides, you have to do that being at your Motherland - before you arrival in start point of expedition. Please, send us scanned copy of the individual insurance policy beforehand at preliminary correspondence. Besides, you should give copy of the insurance policy to Commandant at once after arrival in BC.
    Requirements for insurance policies:
    • The sum of the policy must cover not less than USD 30000;
    • In the field "occupation" (or "sports practice") "Mountaineering" must be notified ;
    • As Country of stay - Kyrgyzstan;
    • The effective dates of the insurance policy must be included and coincide with the dates of Stay in Kyrgyzstan;
    • The insurance policy must cover at least "first aid" and "transport of affected by helicopter if necessary" (be sure of this point to be included during the formalization of the insurance policy);
  4. What kind of climbing gear do we need?
    Extreme and unpredictable weather and the travelling style require high-quality mountaineering equipment.
  5. Best time for successful ascending.
    Best time for successful ascending to the Lenin Peak is from beginning of July to second half of August as the weather then is more or less stable and predictable. We organize our guaranteed group tours in most favorable seasons. 
    Yet everything is changeable in the World - especially weather in the Pamir.
  6. How to issue visa and resolving documents?
    The citizens of CIS countries (except Turkmenistan) do not need to get a visa to Kyrgyzstan.
    The citizens of Europe, USA, Latin America, Australia and others do have to organise a visa to the Kyrgyzstan Republic. There is a list of 45 countries who`s citizens can get a tourist visa to Kyrgyzstan by the simplified system, i.e. without a visa invitation. The citizens of other countries, which are not included in this list, have to have a visa invitation. The general requirements for obtaining visas and the list of necessary documents are stated here.
    For issuing the other documents (permission for entering Boundary Examination Zone) you have to send us scanned copy of your passport of good quality, filled Application form (Word format) and state the exact dates of your trip not later than 1 month before the trip begins.
  7. How to apply for tailor-made participation in program?
    The order is:
    After receiving your confirmation about participation in the tour we send you Application form with individual serial number (S.N.). You should fill it thoroughly and send it to us by e-mail. After that we input your request into a list-register.
    Please, take into consideration that before the program starts each member should do the following things:
    • Take out an individual insurance policy (beforehand) with cover not less than 30.000$, and to give a copy of it to Commandant of BC at once after arrival in BC (with all ICE contacts);
    • Send us scanned copy of passport;
    • Have positive go ahead from your private doctor;
    • Give ICE contacts of close relatives.
    Attention! Please, send us all required documents beforehand!
  8. Can I expect any discounts?
    Yes, you can. All questions about possible discount will be considered individually during preliminary correspondences beforehand.
  9. What facilities do the yurt camps feature?
    Yurt Camp (Base Camp) on the picturesque Edelweiss Meadow features the following:
    • Traditional Kyrgyz yurts, including one for communal use, where campers have meals, socialize and enjoy various entertainments (The yurts have heating stoves lighted daily, chairs and tables, electricity supply, audio and video equipment, as well as a bar to buy snacks and various beverages in the communal one.);
    • Comfortable and spacious 4-pax half-barrel tents on special platforms, with sleeping boards, mattresses and all necessary bed clothes;
    • Sauna (operated daily in the afternoon);
    • City standard flush toilet;
    • Tap stands with soap and mirrors;
    • Storage yurt;
    • Volleyball court, ball;
    • Full board (including hot dish courses; vegetarian meals possible) by professional chefs;
    • Electricity supply, Internet access, two-way radios.
    Yurt Camp 1 (Camp 1) on Lenin Peak moraine has the following:
    • Two yurts featuring heating stoves (lighted daily), with tables and chairs, electricity supply, audio and video equipment, as well as a bar to buy snacks and various beverages in one of them;
    • Specious half-barrel tents;
    • Toilet (always kept clean);
    • Storage yurt;
    • Satellite phone, two-ways radios, battery charging facility;
    • Sauna;
    • Internet access.
  10. What about food?
    You will be provided with three-time-a-day hot meals at the Base Camp and Camp 1.
    Our company provides the participants with necessary kitchenware to cook meals during trekking (Yuhin Peak) and at the intermediate high-altitude camps, Camp 2 and 3, as well as with foodstuff for the trek and ascents. All this can be taken from the storehouse at the Base Camp.   
    Fixed set of products includes: fresh fruits and vegetables, packet soups, canned food, macaroni, cheese, sausage, butter, sugar, tea, coffee, dried fruits, biscuits, wafers, sweets etc. But note please that we don’t have some special high altitude subimates in our assortment. So, if you got used to something special or delicacies then please bring it from home.
  11. What currency is in circulation at Lenin Peak camps?
    In the Camps of Lenin Peak US dollars, Euros, Russian rubles and Kyrgyz soms are all that`s accepted. US dollars are the most preferable.
  12. How much money should I pay for each extra day in addition to the program?
    For the service in Base Camp - 30 USD/per day.
    For staying in Camp 1 - 45 USD/per day.
    The cost includes: accommodation at a tent, three-time-a-day hot meals and usage of the Camp`s infrastructure.
  13. How do I pay for my tour?
    Order of payment:
    - Member`s request for participation in the program is registered at once after making a 30%-50% pre-payment from the cost of tour, it should be done not later than 1 month before the season starts (June 15th). Members should send us a scanned copy of payment order by e-mail.
    - Not later than 2 weeks before the date of arrival member should confirm (or cancel) his participation in the program, and he should make payment of the rest sum, having sent us scanned copy of payment order by e-mail.
    In certain cases some part of the price for the tour can be paid upon arrival in Osh.
  14. Is it possible to buy products for ascending in Osh, before removal to the Base Camp?
    Yes, of course it is. You will be able to buy all the necessary products from Osh bazaar or in one of the stores on the day of arrival in Osh or just before your leaving for Base Camp.
  15. Lenin Peak Safety Policy.
    Ascending to the top of the Razdelnaya Peak (6,148m) is an extreme travel activity and so it poses certain health and life risks.
    Besides, Lenin Peak area has no well-functioning government rescue facilities like those in Europe. We as a company, therefore, do our best to ensure the safety of our clients at our base camps at the foot of Lenin Peak and during the ascent of the mountain and build our own rescue team consisting of experienced guides and mountaineering instructors. Considering rescue operations are always costly contingencies breaking the itineraries and putting additional load upon our team, we request each expedition participant obtain an insurance policy in due time, since the policy money will then cover the cost of search and rescue operations if necessary.
    On our part, we do our best to reduce the possibility of emergency situations to the smallest degree. Nevertheless, we hope you also make every effort to maintain safe climbing.
    Detailed information here >>>

Photos of the tour:

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