Pamirs` Summits

Several Ascents with a Guide in the Lenin Peak Region 2023

 

Profile of the route using Google Earth. Edelweiss peak (4805m)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
Itinerary (Tashkent-Tashkent): Tashkent - Osh - “Edelweisse Meadow” Base camp - Osh - Tashkent

Три Вершины Памира

In the region of the Altay range (Pamir-Altay), apart from the Lenin Peak (7134 meters) which is the highest point, there are many other beautiful mountaintops that are unfairly overlooked by travelers. When climbing those mountain Peaks, you will see the world from a new height and make your first steps in the world of high-mountain alpinism. This tour will also suit those who like to experience and get familiar with the surroundings and gradual and steady acclimation before climbing up a 7000-meter mountain.

You can choose the following aspects for your particular journey: the length of the expedition, the level of difficulty, and the number of Peaks visited during the climb.

  • 2 Peaks: Ryzhaya Katya Peak (4160 meters) + Yukhin Peak (5130 meters). This is the easiest and shortest option for the tour which will greatly suit beginners and amateur mountain climbers. It is best to be physically fit for this program, however, it is not required to have any prior mountain climbing experience. The route is not technically complicated, but it is important to remember that climbing to high altitudes always involves certain health risks, risks of individual health reactions of one’s body, the risk of a force majeure, and difficult weather conditions.
  • 3 Peaks: Ryzhaya Katya Peak (4160 meters) + Yukhin Peak (5130 meters) + Razdelnaya Peak (6148 meters). This program is considered to be of an extreme sports category and requires appropriate equipment, high level of physical shape, and great endurance.
  • 4 Peaks: Ryzhaya Katya Peak (4160 meters) + Yukhin Peak (5130 meters) + Razdelnaya Peak (6148 meters) + Lenin Peak (7134 meters). This program is the absolute maximum that this region can offer: all participants will climb all the significant Peaks that are located within a walking distance from the Base camps, including the high-altitude flagship Peak – the Lenin Peak. Being the most difficult of all options, this route requires vast mountain climbing experience, excellent fitness level, and high-quality equipment.

All routes are climbed in a group under an experienced mountain guide’s supervision. The program is implemented in our own Base camps below the Lenin Peak: the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters), “Solnechnyy” high-altitude Camp 1 (4400 meters), high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters), and high-altitude Camp 3 (6100 meters).

View the description of the peaks
  • 2 summits: Ryzhaya Katya (4131 M) + Yukhin peak (5130 M)
  • 3 summits: Ryzhaya Katya (4131 M) + Yukhin peak (5130 M) + Razdelnaya peak (6148 M)
  • 4 summits: Ryzhaya Katya (4131 M) + Yukhin peak (5130 M) + Razdelnaya peak (6148 M) + Lenin peak (7134 M)

 

Itinerary:
Day 1 Option with arrival in Bishkek / Tashkent:
Early arrival in Bishkek / Tashkent.
Transfer to the domestic terminal of the Bishkek / Tashkent airport.
Tomorrow flight to Osh. Meeting at the airport. Transfer to the hotel and check-in after 12:00. Free time.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 2 Arrival in Osh. Transfer to “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).
Hike to the Lukovaya (Leek) meadow (3800 meters).
Travel time: 5 hours; distance: 280 kilometers.
Pick-up at the Osh Airport. Breakfast. Transfer to the Big Pamir range to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp under the Lenin Peak. Arrival in the Base camp, accommodation. Two-hour hike to the Lukovaya meadow (3800 meters).

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: “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 Acclimation hike to the Travelers pass (4150 meters).
Travel time: 4-5 hours; distance: 11 kilometers; altitude variation: +550 meters, -550 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

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

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

Climbing up to the Travelers pass on a good road normally takes about 1.5-2.5 hours. The way to the pass lies across the picturesque Lukovaya Meadow, a waterfall, and a beautiful canyon of the left confluent of the Achik-Tash river. The pass shows an incredible view of the XIX Party Communion Peak (5920 meters), Spartak Peak (6183 meters), Lenin Peak (7134 meters), and the Lenin Glacier. At the beginning of the season, it is usually very windy at the pass, and there can even be snow.

Return back to the Base camp and rest.

Overnight stay at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Day 4 Climb up to the Ryzhaya (Redhead) Katya Peak (4160 meters). Climb down to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).
Travel time: 4-6 hours; altitude variation: +560 meters, -560 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: “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

The route will lie from the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp down the Achik-Tash river to the bridge. After crossing the bridge, the route will go to the right to the well-developed road to a very beautiful leg of the route. Along a grassy, and then somewhat rocky ridge, we will reach the Ryzhaya Katya Peak (4160 meters). The trail is clearly visible everywhere, but the slope in the upper part is scree, so trekking poles will be required. At the very top you will see a stunning panorama of the turquoise lakes of the Achik-Tash river valley, a grand glacier, the ITMO University Peak (4729 meters), as well as the whole route of the Lenin Peak climb up (7134 meters).

Climb down from the top can be done either the same way as on the way up or by following the travers along the ridge to the descending couloir, from where you can see the multi-colored mountains of two circuses at once.

Return to the Base camp, rest. Preparation for tomorrow’s journey to the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

Overnight stay at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Day 5 Climb up to the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).
Travel time: 6-7 hours; distance: 12 kilometers; altitude variation: +800 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

Ascent to Camp 1. Lenin peak

One part of today’s journey is already familiar to us – it is the part of the way to the Travelers pass (4150 meters). Following is the climb down 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 climb up the trail that leads to the Lenin Glacier. Afterwards, we move along the body of the glacier until we reach «Solnechnyy» Camp which is located on the middle moraine.

Arrival in the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters), accommodation, and rest. “Solnechnyy” Base camp is the nearest camp to the mountain, which is definitely an advantage that allows our alpinists to save time and energy when climbing up and down to the Lenin Peak.

«Solnechnyy» Camp is sort of an oasis of life and comfort among the snow, ice, and rocks. On its territory, you can find warm dining and leisure yurts, restrooms, a sauna, camping showers, a medical station, and lockers.

Overnight stay at the “Solnechnyy” Base camp (4400 meters).

Day 6 Climb up to the Yukhin Peak (5130 meters). Climb down to the «Solnechnyy» Camp 1 (4400 meters).
Distance: 6 kilometers; altitude variation: +730 meters, -730 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

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

Stage 1: Departure from «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters). Passage through the glacier to the beginning of the climb-up along the crest of the left (orographically) moraine of the Lenin Glacier.
Stage 2: Climb up the crest of the moraine. The slope of the trail is 20-25⁰. Exit to a more acclivous area and transition to the southern slope, to the wide couloir leading directly to the top of Yukhin Peak.
Stage 3: Climb up along the right (in the direction of travel) part of the couloir, the slope of some parts of the trail here reaches 30⁰. More often than not, you will have to walk in the snow, in some spots there is a light and mid-level scree.
After exiting the couloir, we will turn left. After moving along a narrow snowy ridge for 15 meters, we will access the summit plateau and the top of Yukhin Peak (5130 meters). Stage 4: Climb down from the top the same way as you climbed up.
Return back to the high-altitude Camp 1.

Overnight stay at the “Solnechnyy” Base camp (4400 meters).

Day 7 Climb down to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).
Distance: 12 kilometers; altitude variation: -800 meters. The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

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

Descent to Base Camp (3600 m). Lenin peak

A slow and steady way back to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp will let you enjoy the views and scenery of the colorful rocks and mountains, sophisticated rock towers, and the “Land’s End” canyon in the valley of the Achik-Tash River.

Arrival in the Base camp (3600 meters), accommodation and rest.

Overnight stay at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Day 8 Transfer to Osh.
Travel time: 5 hours; distance: 280 kilometers.
Transfer to Osh across the famous Alay valley and the high-mountain ranges of Taldyk (3615 meters) and Chyrchik (2408 meters).
Arrival in Osh, accommodation at a hotel. You will also have some free time for visiting the Osh market and buying local souvenirs.

Meals: breakfast, lunch.
Accommodation: hotel in Osh.
Option with arrival in Bishkek / Tashkent:
Arrival in Osh. Transfer to the domestic airport to take a flight to Bishkek / Tashkent.
Meeting at the airport and transfer to Bishkek / Tashkent.
Meals: breakfast.
Overnight at a hotel.

Фото, базовый лагерь. активный туризм. альпинизм. Приключенческий тур с треккингом в горах Памира. Пик Ленина, Памир, Кыргызстан

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 The end of the program. Departure.
Transfer to the airport. Departure from Osh / Departure from Bishkek / Departure from Tashkent.

Meals: breakfast.

Фото, базовый лагерь. активный туризм. альпинизм. Приключенческий тур с треккингом в горах Памира. Пик Ленина, Памир, Кыргызстан

The cost of the tour includes:

  • Meeting and seeing off at the airport;
  • Transfer Osh – “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp – Osh;
  • Accommodation in hotel with breakfast;
  • Internal flight Bishkek - Osh - Bishkek / Tashkent - Osh - Tashkent (economy class, maximum luggage weight is 15 kg);
  • Accommodation in "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m) in heated camping tents, 2 persons per tent. The tents are equipped with:
    • Individual heaters;
    • Beds, mattresses, blankets, pillows;
    • Changeable bed linen: duvet covers, bed sheets, and pillowcases;
    • Electricity: sockets and lighting;
    • Chairs;
  • Accommodation in "Sunny” Camp 1 (4400 m) in camping tents, 2 persons per tent. The tents are equipped with wooden decks, thermal isolation, foam mattresses;
  • Meals at Base Camp and Camp 1 - full board (3 times a day hot varied meals, including vegetarian);
  • Services of mountain guide for the period of active part;
  • Arrangement of Border Zone Permit;
  • Registration in the rescue squad;
  • Rent of portable radio station (walkie-talkie);
  • Using the infrastructure of "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m) and "Sunny” Camp 1 (4400 m):
    • Heated national Kyrgyz yurts for leisure activities (music, board games, etc.);
    • Sauna in "Edelweiss Meadow” Base Camp;
    • Shower cabins in "Edelweiss Meadow” Base Camp;
    • Washstands and toilet;
    • Luggage room;
    • Electricity 220 V; 50 Hz;
  • Medical service.

  • Cost does not include:

    • Visa invitations and visa fees (if necessary);
    • Medical expenses and insurance;
    • International airfare;

    Addional Services:

      > Comfort Option - accommodation in a comfortable yurt at "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp, 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 full price list for services at the foot of Lenin Peak you can find here.
    • Supplement for additional night on arrival or departure in Bishkek:
      • Single room – 50 USD/per room /per night;
      • Double room – 70 USD/per room /per night.

 

Itinerary:
Day 1 Option with arrival in Bishkek / Tashkent:
Early arrival in Bishkek / Tashkent.
Transfer to the domestic terminal of the Bishkek / Tashkent airport.
Tomorrow flight to Osh. Meeting at the airport. Transfer to the hotel and check-in after 12:00. Free time.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 2 Arrival in Osh. Transfer to “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).
Hike to the Lukovaya (Leek) meadow (3800 meters).
Travel time: 5 hours; distance: 280 kilometers.
Pick-up at the Osh Airport. Breakfast. Transfer to the Big Pamir range to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp under the Lenin Peak. Arrival in the Base camp, accommodation. Two-hour hike to the Lukovaya meadow (3800 meters).

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: “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 Acclimation hike to the Travelers pass (4150 meters).
Travel time: 4-5 hours; distance: 11 kilometers; altitude variation: +550 meters, -550 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

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

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

Climbing up to the Travelers pass on a good road normally takes about 1.5-2.5 hours. The way to the pass lies across the picturesque Lukovaya Meadow, a waterfall, and a beautiful canyon of the left confluent of the Achik-Tash river. The pass shows an incredible view of the XIX Party Communion Peak (5920 meters), Spartak Peak (6183 meters), Lenin Peak (7134 meters), and the Lenin Glacier. At the beginning of the season, it is usually very windy at the pass, and there can even be snow.

Return back to the Base camp and rest.

Overnight stay at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Day 4 Climb up to the Ryzhaya (Redhead) Katya Peak (4160 meters). Climb down to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).
Travel time: 4-6 hours; altitude variation: +560 meters, -560 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: “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

The route will lie from the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp down the Achik-Tash river to the bridge. After crossing the bridge, the route will go to the right to the well-developed road to a very beautiful leg of the route. Along a grassy, and then somewhat rocky ridge, we will reach the Ryzhaya Katya Peak (4160 meters). The trail is clearly visible everywhere, but the slope in the upper part is scree, so trekking poles will be required. At the very top you will see a stunning panorama of the turquoise lakes of the Achik-Tash river valley, a grand glacier, the ITMO University Peak (4729 meters), as well as the whole route of the Lenin Peak climb up (7134 meters).

Climb down from the top can be done either the same way as on the way up or by following the travers along the ridge to the descending couloir, from where you can see the multi-colored mountains of two circuses at once.

Return to the Base camp, rest. Preparation for tomorrow’s journey to the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

Overnight stay at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Day 5 Climb up to the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).
Travel time: 6-7 hours; distance: 12 kilometers; altitude variation: +800 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

Ascent to Camp 1. Lenin peak

One part of today’s journey is already familiar to us – it is the part of the way to the Travelers pass (4150 meters). Following is the climb down 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 climb up the trail that leads to the Lenin Glacier. Afterwards, we move along the body of the glacier until we reach «Solnechnyy» Camp which is located on the middle moraine.

Arrival in the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters), accommodation, and rest. “Solnechnyy” Base camp is the nearest camp to the mountain, which is definitely an advantage that allows our alpinists to save time and energy when climbing up and down to the Lenin Peak.

«Solnechnyy» Camp is sort of an oasis of life and comfort among the snow, ice, and rocks. On its territory, you can find warm dining and leisure yurts, restrooms, a sauna, camping showers, a medical station, and lockers.

Overnight stay at the “Solnechnyy” Base camp (4400 meters).

Day 6 Climb up to the Yukhin Peak (5130 meters). Climb down to the «Solnechnyy» Camp 1 (4400 meters).
Distance: 6 kilometers; altitude variation: +730 meters, -730 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

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

Stage 1: Departure from «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters). Passage through the glacier to the beginning of the climb-up along the crest of the left (orographically) moraine of the Lenin Glacier.
Stage 2: Climb up the crest of the moraine. The slope of the trail is 20-25⁰. Exit to a more acclivous area and transition to the southern slope, to the wide couloir leading directly to the top of Yukhin Peak.
Stage 3: Climb up along the right (in the direction of travel) part of the couloir, the slope of some parts of the trail here reaches 30⁰. More often than not, you will have to walk in the snow, in some spots there is a light and mid-level scree.
After exiting the couloir, we will turn left. After moving along a narrow snowy ridge for 15 meters, we will access the summit plateau and the top of Yukhin Peak (5130 meters). Stage 4: Climb down from the top the same way as you climbed up.
Return back to the high-altitude Camp 1.

Overnight stay at the “Solnechnyy” Base camp (4400 meters).

Day 7 Preparation to the climb up to the Razdelnaya Peak (6148 meters).
Snow and ice training. Training with special equipment near the territory of the high-altitude Camp 1 (4400 meters) under guide’s thorough supervision. You will learn the rules of moving through an open and closed glacier, moving in bundles, overcoming glacier cracks, climbing up and down a fixed rope, and self-rescue. Preparation of the group equipment for tomorrow’s climb.
The route is walked with crampons on and in bundles under the guide’s supervision.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

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

On this day, you will get to experience the training for ice and snow in the surroundings of the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters). After lunch, your equipment for the climb up to the Razdelnaya Peak (6148 meters) will be checked, all inconveniences in your gear will be fixed, you will hear a seminar from the guide about the tactics of climbing up and the dangers it might entail. Personal belongings, food, and first aid kit will be checked and packed.

Overnight stay at the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

Day 8 Climb up to the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).
Travel time: 5-10 hours; distance: 5 kilometers; altitude variation: +900 meters.
The route is walked with crampons on and in bundles under the guide’s supervision.

Meals: Meals: breakfast; lunch and dinner are to be prepared on your own from the food you receive at the Base camp storage.
Accommodation: high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).

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

Transferring from high-altitude Camp 1 to high-altitude Camp 2 is a very dangerous part of the expedition because of the avalanches, concealed cracks, and big open cracks. In 2022, a very small, but a very steep section appeared which alpinists must use jumar to pass through.

The best time of departure from the high-altitude Camp 1 is 4:00 in the morning. We will depart from the high-altitude Camp 1 (4400 meters) 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 meters, 35–40°) on a fixed rope or in a zigzag. After that, we will move up the slope of the North Wall. Regardless of the amount of snow and the time of day, this slope is avalanche-prone since an avalanche can be triggered by ice collapses. To minimize the risk of avalanche danger, we recommend stopping for rest for no longer than 5-10 minutes. An early exit will allow us to avoid long walks under the scorching sun, which is very exhausting on this stretch of the path.

Further along, following the traverse to the right, we will exit 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.

After the Skovoroda traverse, we will climb up the slope leading to the high-altitude Camp 2. We recommend completing the entire section with crampons on and in bundles.

Overnight stay at the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).

Day 9 Climb up to the Razdelnaya Peak (6148 meters). Climb down to the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).
Distance: 5 kilometers; altitude variation: +848 meters, -848 meters.
The route is walked with crampons on and in bundles under the guide’s supervision.

Meals: to be prepared on your own from the food you receive at the Base camp storage..
Accommodation: high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).

Stage 1: from the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters), we will climb up 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 gentle ridge, and then take off to the Razdelnaya Peak (6148 meters). Stage 3: The climb up the top along a snowy ridge with a slope of 30-40⁰ and very snowy surface. There are concealed cracks in the upper part of the track (from 6000 meters to 6100 meters), so it is recommended to move in bundles. Stage 4: Climb down from the top the same way as you climbed up.

Overnight stay at the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).

Day 10 Climb down to the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters) and then to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).
Distance: 17 kilometers; altitude variation: -1700 meters.
Part of the route between camps is walked with crampons on and in bundles under the guide’s supervision.
The route is led by a guide; climbing in crampons and in roped-up teams.

Meals: breakfast is to be prepared on your own from the food you receive at the Base camp storage; lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

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

Climb down to the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters) the same way as you climbed up. Special attention needs to be paid to climbing over the cracks on snowy bridges.

At the «Solnechnyy» Camp you will have lunch and get some rest. Then, you will climb down to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters) by taking the familiar road through the Travelers pass.

Overnight stay at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Day 11 Extra day in case there is bad weather.
An extra day is necessary for the program of climbing up a 7000-meters mountain. Pamir mountains are severe and harsh, and the weather changes unexpectedly. Fog, snow, wind, and severe drop of temperature can intervene with the initial mountain climbing schedule and force the travelers to get delayed because of the weather condition.
Accommodation: "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Day 12 Transfer to Osh.
Travel time: 5 hours; distance: 280 kilometers.
Transfer to Osh across the famous Alay valley and the high-mountain ranges of Taldyk (3615 meters) and Chyrchik (2408 meters).
Arrival in Osh, accommodation at a hotel. You will also have some free time for visiting the Osh market and buying local souvenirs.

Meals: breakfast, lunch.
Accommodation: hotel in Osh.
Option with arrival in Bishkek / Tashkent:
Arrival in Osh. Transfer to the domestic airport to take a flight to Bishkek / Tashkent.
Meeting at the airport and transfer to Bishkek / Tashkent.
Meals: breakfast.
Overnight at a hotel.

Day 13 The end of the program. Departure.
Transfer to the airport. Departure from Osh / Departure from Bishkek / Departure from Tashkent.

Meals: breakfast.

Фото, базовый лагерь. активный туризм. альпинизм. Приключенческий тур с треккингом в горах Памира. Пик Ленина, Памир, Кыргызстан

The cost of the tour includes:

  • Meeting and seeing off at the airport;
  • Transfer Osh – “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp – Osh;
  • Accommodation in hotel with breakfast;
  • Internal flight Bishkek - Osh - Bishkek / Tashkent - Osh - Tashkent (economy class, maximum luggage weight is 15 kg);
  • Accommodation in "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m) in heated camping tents, 2 persons per tent. The tents are equipped with:
    • Individual heaters;
    • Beds, mattresses, blankets, pillows;
    • Changeable bed linen: duvet covers, bed sheets, and pillowcases;
    • Electricity: sockets and lighting;
    • Chairs;
  • Accommodation in "Sunny” Camp 1 (4400 m) in camping tents, 2 persons per tent. The tents are equipped with wooden decks, thermal isolation, foam mattresses;
  • Meals at Base Camp and Camp 1 - full board (3 times a day hot varied meals, including vegetarian);
  • Services of mountain guide for the period of active part;
  • Arrangement of Border Zone Permit;
  • Registration in the rescue squad;
  • Rent of portable radio station (walkie-talkie);
  • Set of products for the ascent period (above Camp 1);
  • Installed high-altitude tents in Camp 2 (5300 m);
  • Equipment rental for the entire ascent period:
  • Using the infrastructure of "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m) and "Sunny” Camp 1 (4400 m):
    • Heated national Kyrgyz yurts for leisure activities (music, board games, etc.);
    • Sauna in "Edelweiss Meadow” Base Camp;
    • Shower cabins in "Edelweiss Meadow” Base Camp;
    • Washstands and toilet;
    • Luggage room;
    • Electricity 220 V; 50 Hz;
  • Medical service.

  • Cost does not include:

    • Visa invitations and visa fees (if necessary);
    • Medical expenses and insurance;
    • International airfare;

    Addional Services:

      > Comfort Option - accommodation in a comfortable yurt at "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp, 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 full price list for services at the foot of Lenin Peak you can find here.
    • Supplement for additional night on arrival or departure in Bishkek:
      • Single room – 50 USD/per room /per night;
      • Double room – 70 USD/per room /per night.

 

Itinerary:
Day 1 Option with arrival in Bishkek / Tashkent:
Early arrival in Bishkek / Tashkent.
Transfer to the domestic terminal of the Bishkek / Tashkent airport.
Tomorrow flight to Osh. Meeting at the airport. Transfer to the hotel and check-in after 12:00. Free time.
Overnight at the hotel.

Day 2 Arrival in Osh. Transfer to “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m).
Hike to the Lukovaya (Leek) meadow (3800 meters).
Travel time: 5 hours; distance: 280 kilometers.
Pick-up at the Osh Airport. Breakfast. Transfer to the Big Pamir range to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp under the Lenin Peak. Arrival in the Base camp, accommodation. Two-hour hike to the Lukovaya meadow (3800 meters).

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: “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 Acclimation hike to the Travelers pass (4150 meters).
Travel time: 4-5 hours; distance: 11 kilometers; altitude variation: +550 meters, -550 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

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

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

Climbing up to the Travelers pass on a good road normally takes about 1.5-2.5 hours. The way to the pass lies across the picturesque Lukovaya Meadow, a waterfall, and a beautiful canyon of the left confluent of the Achik-Tash river. The pass shows an incredible view of the XIX Party Communion Peak (5920 meters), Spartak Peak (6183 meters), Lenin Peak (7134 meters), and the Lenin Glacier. At the beginning of the season, it is usually very windy at the pass, and there can even be snow.

Return back to the Base camp and rest.

Overnight stay at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Day 4 Climb up to the Ryzhaya (Redhead) Katya Peak (4160 meters). Climb down to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).
Travel time: 4-6 hours; altitude variation: +560 meters, -560 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: “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

The route will lie from the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp down the Achik-Tash river to the bridge. After crossing the bridge, the route will go to the right to the well-developed road to a very beautiful leg of the route. Along a grassy, and then somewhat rocky ridge, we will reach the Ryzhaya Katya Peak (4160 meters). The trail is clearly visible everywhere, but the slope in the upper part is scree, so trekking poles will be required. At the very top you will see a stunning panorama of the turquoise lakes of the Achik-Tash river valley, a grand glacier, the ITMO University Peak (4729 meters), as well as the whole route of the Lenin Peak climb up (7134 meters).

Climb down from the top can be done either the same way as on the way up or by following the travers along the ridge to the descending couloir, from where you can see the multi-colored mountains of two circuses at once.

Return to the Base camp, rest. Preparation for tomorrow’s journey to the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

Overnight stay at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Day 5 Climb up to the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).
Travel time: 6-7 hours; distance: 12 kilometers; altitude variation: +800 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

Ascent to Camp 1. Lenin peak

One part of today’s journey is already familiar to us – it is the part of the way to the Travelers pass (4150 meters). Following is the climb down 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 climb up the trail that leads to the Lenin Glacier. Afterwards, we move along the body of the glacier until we reach «Solnechnyy» Camp which is located on the middle moraine.

Arrival in the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters), accommodation, and rest. “Solnechnyy” Base camp is the nearest camp to the mountain, which is definitely an advantage that allows our alpinists to save time and energy when climbing up and down to the Lenin Peak.

«Solnechnyy» Camp is sort of an oasis of life and comfort among the snow, ice, and rocks. On its territory, you can find warm dining and leisure yurts, restrooms, a sauna, camping showers, a medical station, and lockers.

Overnight stay at the “Solnechnyy” Base camp (4400 meters).

Day 6 Climb up to the Yukhin Peak (5130 meters). Climb down to the «Solnechnyy» Camp 1 (4400 meters).
Distance: 6 kilometers; altitude variation: +730 meters, -730 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

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

Stage 1: Departure from «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters). Passage through the glacier to the beginning of the climb-up along the crest of the left (orographically) moraine of the Lenin Glacier.
Stage 2: Climb up the crest of the moraine. The slope of the trail is 20-25⁰. Exit to a more acclivous area and transition to the southern slope, to the wide couloir leading directly to the top of Yukhin Peak.
Stage 3: Climb up along the right (in the direction of travel) part of the couloir, the slope of some parts of the trail here reaches 30⁰. More often than not, you will have to walk in the snow, in some spots there is a light and mid-level scree.
After exiting the couloir, we will turn left. After moving along a narrow snowy ridge for 15 meters, we will access the summit plateau and the top of Yukhin Peak (5130 meters). Stage 4: Climb down from the top the same way as you climbed up.
Return back to the high-altitude Camp 1.

Overnight stay at the “Solnechnyy” Base camp (4400 meters).

Day 7 Preparation to the climb up to the Razdelnaya Peak (6148 meters).
Snow and ice training. Training with special equipment near the territory of the high-altitude Camp 1 (4400 meters) under guide’s thorough supervision. You will learn the rules of moving through an open and closed glacier, moving in bundles, overcoming glacier cracks, climbing up and down a fixed rope, and self-rescue. Preparation of the group equipment for tomorrow’s climb.
The route is walked with crampons on and in bundles under the guide’s supervision.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

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

On this day, you will get to experience the training for ice and snow in the surroundings of the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters). After lunch, your equipment for the climb up to the Razdelnaya Peak (6148 meters) will be checked, all inconveniences in your gear will be fixed, you will hear a seminar from the guide about the tactics of climbing up and the dangers it might entail. Personal belongings, food, and first aid kit will be checked and packed.

Overnight stay at the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

Day 8 Climb up to the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).
Travel time: 5-10 hours; distance: 5 kilometers; altitude variation: +900 meters.
The route is walked with crampons on and in bundles under the guide’s supervision.

Meals: Meals: breakfast; lunch and dinner are to be prepared on your own from the food you receive at the Base camp storage.
Accommodation: high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).

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

Transferring from high-altitude Camp 1 to high-altitude Camp 2 is a very dangerous part of the expedition because of the avalanches, concealed cracks, and big open cracks. In 2022, a very small, but a very steep section appeared which alpinists must use jumar to pass through.

The best time of departure from the high-altitude Camp 1 is 4:00 in the morning. We will depart from the high-altitude Camp 1 (4400 meters) 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 meters, 35–40°) on a fixed rope or in a zigzag. After that, we will move up the slope of the North Wall. Regardless of the amount of snow and the time of day, this slope is avalanche-prone since an avalanche can be triggered by ice collapses. To minimize the risk of avalanche danger, we recommend stopping for rest for no longer than 5-10 minutes. An early exit will allow us to avoid long walks under the scorching sun, which is very exhausting on this stretch of the path.

Further along, following the traverse to the right, we will exit 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.

After the Skovoroda traverse, we will climb up the slope leading to the high-altitude Camp 2. We recommend completing the entire section with crampons on and in bundles.

Overnight stay at the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).

Day 9 Climb up to the Razdelnaya Peak (6148 meters). Climb down to the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).
Distance: 5 kilometers; altitude variation: +848 meters, -848 meters.
The route is walked with crampons on and in bundles under the guide’s supervision.

Meals: to be prepared on your own from the food you receive at the Base camp storage..
Accommodation: high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).

Stage 1: from the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters), we will climb up 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 gentle ridge, and then take off to the Razdelnaya Peak (6148 meters). Stage 3: The climb up the top along a snowy ridge with a slope of 30-40⁰ and very snowy surface. There are concealed cracks in the upper part of the track (from 6000 meters to 6100 meters), so it is recommended to move in bundles. Stage 4: Climb down from the top the same way as you climbed up.

Overnight stay at the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).

Day 10 Climb down to the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters) and then to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).
Distance: 17 kilometers; altitude variation: -1700 meters.
Part of the route between camps is walked with crampons on and in bundles under the guide’s supervision.
The route is led by a guide; climbing in crampons and in roped-up teams.

Meals: breakfast is to be prepared on your own from the food you receive at the Base camp storage; lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

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

Climb down to the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters) the same way as you climbed up. Special attention needs to be paid to climbing over the cracks on snowy bridges.

At the «Solnechnyy» Camp you will have lunch and get some rest. Then, you will climb down to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters) by taking the familiar road through the Travelers pass.

Overnight stay at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Day 11 Rest day to recover and prepare for the climb up to the Lenin Peak.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Rest at an altitude of 3600 meters along the greenery and coziness is a must to recharge your batteries before the main climb up of the entire expedition. The well-developed infrastructure of the Base camp will allow you to fully recover: you can get a good sleep at the heated tents or yurts, go to the sauna, unwind at the warm and comfortable yurts, enjoy a tasty hot meal and fresh fruit, play volleyball, write a detailed letter with the news to your family, or post some pictures or information on your social media.

For those who would like to stay active during their rest day, we recommend hiking to the Achik-Tash valley lakes. The most famous and picturesque of all is the Tuprak-Kel lake that has many legends tied to it.

Overnight stay at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Day 12 Rest day / Extra day in case there is bad weather.

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Additional rest day for complete and wholesome recovery. In case of bad weather, this day can be used as a reserve day.
Free time. Preparation for the climb up to the Lenin Peak.
Overnight stay at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).
Day 13 Climb up to the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).
Travel time: 6-7 hours; distance: 12 kilometers; altitude variation: +800 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

Meals: Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

Climb up the familiar route to the Travelers pass and along to the “Solnechnyy” Base camp (4400 meters). The rest and acclimation you got earlier will make the way «Solnechnyy» Camp significantly easier.
Overnight stay at the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).
Day 14 Climb up to the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).
Travel time: 5-7 hours; distance: 5 kilometers; altitude variation: +900 meters.
The route is walked with crampons on and in bundles under the guide’s supervision.

Meals: breakfast; lunch and dinner are to be prepared on your own from the food you receive at the Base camp storage.
Accommodation: high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).


Early departure to high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters), climb up along the Northern slope of the Lenin Peak. The rest and acclimation you got earlier at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp will make the second climb up to the high-altitude Camp 2 significantly easier
Overnight stay at the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters).

Day 15 Climb up to the high-altitude Camp 3 (6100 meters).
Distance: 2.5 kilometers; altitude variation: +800 meters.
The route is walked with crampons on and in bundles under the guide’s supervision.

Meals: to be prepared on your own from the food you receive at the Base camp storage.
Accommodation: high-altitude Camp 3 (6100 meters).



The best time for departure is 9:00 in the morning. We will climb up from Camp 2 by a slope of 30-40° while keeping to the left of the rocks, along the ridge. Strong winds are possible at the ridge. After that, we will move to the left along a acclivous ridge to takeoff to the Razdelnaya Peak (6148 meters).
High-altitude Camp 3 (6100 meters) is located right near the Peak.

The most difficult part of the way is the takeoff from the altitude of 5850 meters to Camp 3. There are some concealed cracks at the top part (between 6000 and 6100 meters), so you must be careful! We recommend for the entire route to be walked in crampons and in bundles.

We recommend going to sleep earlier on this day, since the next day is one of the most important days of the expedition and a very early start to the climb up to the top.

Overnight stay at the high-altitude Camp 3 (6100 meters).

Day 16 Climbing up to the Lenin Peak (7134 meters). Climb down to the high-altitude camp III (6100 meters).
Distance: 12 kilometers; altitude variation: +1034 meters, -1034 meters.
The route is walked with crampons on and in bundles under the guide’s supervision.

Meals: to be prepared on your own from the food you receive at the Base camp storage.
Accommodation: high-altitude Camp 3 (6100 meters).



Stage 1: From the high-altitude Camp 3 (6100 meters) to the travers of the Peak in the South-Eastern direction and climb down to the saddle. From the saddle – up along the rocky road until you reach the ridge plateau.
Stage 2: Climb up further along the wide ridge to the narrow steep ice takeoff (called “Knife”). The slope of the “Knife” is roughly 35-50⁰, its length is 60-70 meters. The route continues between the rocks along the ridge and then goes up along a rock-snow takeoff (the length of which is 20-30 meters) until you reach a snowy plateau of Skydivers (6900-7000 meters). The route gets more complicated because of the snow.
Stage 3: Climb up further along the lengthy peak road (in snow) with a walk-through to the Lenin Peak (7134 meters); the orientation point is the bust of Vladimir Lenin that you will find at the top.
Stage 4: Climb down from the top to high-altitude Camp 3 (6100 meters) the same way as you climbed up.

Recommended time to return and start climbing down is 14:00, regardless of whether you have reached the Peak or not.

Overnight stay at the high-altitude Camp 3 (6100 meters).

Day 17 Climb down to the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters), and then to the “Solnechnyy” high-altitude Camp 1 (4400 meters).
Distance: 7.5 kilometers; altitude variation: -1700 meters.
The route is walked with crampons on and in bundles under the guide’s supervision.

Meals: breakfast is to be prepared on your own from the food you receive at the Base camp storage; lunch, dinner.
Accommodation: «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters)



Climb down to the high-altitude Camp 2 (5300 meters), and then to the “Solnechnyy” high-altitude Camp 1 (4400 meters) the same way as you climbed up. Special attention needs to be paid to the snowy bridges and overcoming the glacier cracks.

Overnight stay at the «Solnechnyy» Camp (4400 meters).

Day 18 Climb down to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).
Distance: 12 kilometers; altitude variation: -800 meters.
The route is walked under the guide’s supervision without any additional equipment.

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



A slow and steady way back to the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp will let you enjoy the views and scenery of the colorful rocks and mountains, sophisticated rock towers, and the “Land’s End” canyon in the valley of the Achik-Tash River.

Arrival in the Base camp (3600 meters), accommodation and rest.

Overnight stay at the “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 meters).

Day 19 Extra day in case there is bad weather.



An extra day is necessary for the program of climbing up a 7000-meters mountain. Pamir mountains are severe and harsh, and the weather changes unexpectedly. Fog, snow, wind, and severe drop of temperature can intervene with the initial mountain climbing schedule and force the travelers to get delayed because of the weather condition.

Day 20 Transfer to Osh.
Travel time: 5 hours; distance: 280 kilometers.
Transfer to Osh across the famous Alay valley and the high-mountain ranges of Taldyk (3615 meters) and Chyrchik (2408 meters).
Arrival in Osh, accommodation at a hotel. You will also have some free time for visiting the Osh market and buying local souvenirs.

Meals: breakfast, lunch.
Accommodation: hotel in Osh.

Option with arrival in Bishkek / Tashkent:
Arrival in Osh. Transfer to the domestic airport to take a flight to Bishkek / Tashkent.
Meeting at the airport and transfer to Bishkek / Tashkent.
Meals: breakfast.
Overnight at a hotel.



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 21 The end of the program. Departure.
Transfer to the airport. Departure from Osh / Departure from Bishkek / Departure from Tashkent.

The cost of the tour includes:

  • Meeting and seeing off at the airport;
  • Transfer Osh – “Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp – Osh;
  • Accommodation in hotel with breakfast;
  • Internal flight Bishkek - Osh - Bishkek / Tashkent - Osh - Tashkent (economy class, maximum luggage weight is 15 kg);
  • Accommodation in "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m) in heated camping tents, 2 persons per tent. The tents are equipped with:
    • Individual heaters;
    • Beds, mattresses, blankets, pillows;
    • Changeable bed linen: duvet covers, bed sheets, and pillowcases;
    • Electricity: sockets and lighting;
    • Chairs;
  • Accommodation in "Sunny” Camp 1 (4400 m) in camping tents, 2 persons per tent. The tents are equipped with wooden decks, thermal isolation, foam mattresses;
  • Meals at Base Camp and Camp 1 - full board (3 times a day hot varied meals, including vegetarian);
  • Services of mountain guide for the period of active part;
  • Arrangement of Border Zone Permit;
  • Registration in the rescue squad;
  • Rent of portable radio station (walkie-talkie);
  • Set of products for the ascent period (above Camp 1);
  • Installed high-altitude tents in Camp 2 (5300 m) and Camp 3 (6100 m);
  • Equipment rental for the entire ascent period:
  • Using the infrastructure of "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp (3600 m) and "Sunny” Camp 1 (4400 m):
    • Heated national Kyrgyz yurts for leisure activities (music, board games, etc.);
    • Sauna in "Edelweiss Meadow” Base Camp;
    • Shower cabins in "Edelweiss Meadow” Base Camp;
    • Washstands and toilet;
    • Luggage room;
    • Electricity 220 V; 50 Hz;
  • Medical service.

  • Cost does not include:

    • Visa invitations and visa fees (if necessary);
    • Medical expenses and insurance;
    • International airfare;

    Addional Services:

      > Comfort Option - accommodation in a comfortable yurt at "Edelweiss Meadow” Base camp, 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 full price list for services at the foot of Lenin Peak you can find here.
    • Supplement for additional night on arrival or departure in Bishkek:
      • Single room – 50 USD/per room /per night;
      • Double room – 70 USD/per room /per night.

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

 

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.

 

List of equipments

Equipment to be used during the program«Three Summits In The Pamirs»
Equipments and clothes Edelweiss Peak Yukhin 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 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 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 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. Edelweiss peak (4805m)

Profile of the route using Google Earth. Edelweiss peak (4805m)

Profile of the route using Google Earth. Yukhin 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)

 

  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. How do I book the services of high-altitude porters?
    According to the program terms, the transportation of things on horses is partially included in the tour price:
    • Attention, BONUS № 1!! During this trek and ascent of Yukhin Peak you will only have to carry the equipment and clothing you may need on the following three days - days 4, 5 and 6! We shall transport the rest of your things (clothes, equipment and food), which you, assisted by the guide, prepare and pack in advance for the next ascent of Mount Razdelnaya, to Camp 1, where you will arrive as you descend from Yukhin Peak!
    • Attention, BONUS № 2!! Your backpacks with clothes, equipment, food and whatever is necessary to set up a camp during the following three days - 4, 5 and 6 - will be carried on horseback to the advanced base camp! From the advanced base camp the horses are sent back to the Base Camp in the Achik Tash River valley, and you will carry your things for yourselves for the rest of the trip - on days 5 and 6.
    However, for the other stages of the trip these services are not included in the price, so, if needed, you can hire a porter for the ascent of Razdelnaya Peak from Camp 1 and for the descent to Base Camp from Razdelnaya Peak.
    The cost of a porters` services is determined by the cost for one kilo of luggage which they carry: the heavier your luggage is, the higher the cost will be. Rates for porters` services you will find in the price list for separate services. Prices are given for one-way travel. Descent prices are the same.
    Note: Do not arrange porters who are not working officially for our company as in this case the company does not take responsibility for the safety of your property.
    In the same vein avoid ordering the horse-keeper`s service: don`t try to make deals with them on your own regarding transporting your load from BC to C1 and back by horse! You risk searching for your belongings for a very long time or even potentially never finding them at all! All questions regarding transporting your luggage by horse should be decided via the Commandants of our camps (BC and C1) - only on this proviso are we able to guarantee the safety of your belongings.
  10. 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.
  11. 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 (Yukhin 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.
  12. 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.
  13. 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.
  14. 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.
  15. 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.
  16. 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:

Flowers of Pamir. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan Ascent to the Travelers pass (4150 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan The ridge of Petrovskiy peak. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan On the way to the Camp 2. Lenin peak, Pamir, Kyrgyzstan
Taldyk Pass (3615 m). PamirThe base camp of Lenin Peak (3600 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanThe base camp of Lenin Peak (3600 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanTulpar Kol lake. Chon-Alai valley, Pamir, KyrgyzstanThe base camp of Lenin Peak (3600 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanThe base camp of Lenin Peak (3600 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanMarmots on the Lukovaya meadow. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanThe ridge of Petrovskiy peak. Pamir, KyrgyzstanAscent to the Travelers pass (4150 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanAscent to the Travelers pass (4150 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanThe base camp of Lenin Peak (3600 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanAscent to the Travelers pass (4150 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanThe ridge of Petrovskiy peak. Pamir, KyrgyzstanAscent to the Travelers pass (4150 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanAscent to the Travelers pass (4150 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanFlowers of Pamir. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanThe ridge of Petrovskiy peak. Pamir, KyrgyzstanPetrovskiy peak. Pamir, KyrgyzstanTulpar Kol lake. Chon-Alai valley, Pamir, KyrgyzstanSurroundings of Lenin Peak base camp19th Party Conference Peak (5945 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanSurroundings of Lenin Peak base camp of Lenin Peak. Pamir, KyrgyzstanThe ridge of Petrovskiy peak. Pamir, KyrgyzstanThe ridge of Petrovskiy peak. Pamir, KyrgyzstanView from Petrovsky peak (4830m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanThe summit of the Petrovsky peak (4830m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanOn the way to the Yukhin peak (5130 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanOn the way to the Yukhin peak (5130 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanOn the way to the Yukhin peak (5130 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanOn the way to the Yukhin peak (5130 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanRiver Valley Tashkungey-sai. Yukhin Peak (5130m)Yukhin Peak (5130m)Yukhin Peak (5130m)Yukhin Peak (5130m)Yukhin Peak (5130m)Yukhin Glacier. Pamir, KyrgyzstanYukhin Peak (5130m)Yukhin Peak (5130m)The ridge of Petrovskiy peak. Pamir, Kyrgyzstan19th Party Conference Peak (5945 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanLenin Glacier. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanLenin Glacier. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanLipkin rocks. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanLenin Glacier. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanLenin Glacier. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 1 (4400 m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanIcefall between the first and the second camp. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanWay to Skovoroda. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanWay to Skovoroda. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanWay to Skovoroda. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanWay to Skovoroda. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 2 (5300m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 2 (5300m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanAscent to the camp 3 (6100m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanAscent to the camp 3 (6100m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanAscent to the camp 3 (6100m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanPamir mountains, KyrgyzstanAscent to the camp 3 (6100m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 3 (6100m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanRazdelnaya Peak (6148 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 2 (5300m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanRazdelnaya Peak (6148 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanHeight of 6400m. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanRazdelnaya Peak (6148 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanOn the way down to the Camp 2. Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanCamp 2 (5300m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanGoing to the first camp (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanGoing to the first camp (4400m). Lenin peak, Pamir, KyrgyzstanThe base camp of Lenin Peak (3600 m). Pamir, KyrgyzstanThe base camp of Lenin Peak (3600 m). Pamir, Kyrgyzstan

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Videos of the Lenin peak region:

Pamir Experience 2016Pamir Experience 2016 Base Camp Surroundings (3600 M) On The Foot Of Lenin PeakBase Camp Surroundings
On The Foot Of Lenin Peak
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