The Osh Region of Kyrgyzstan is located in the South of the country, containing the historically important city of Osh and several nearby mountain ranges such as the Alay Mountains and the mighty Lenin Peak.
Mountain climbing in the region is increasing in popularity, with its off-the-beaten track location and huge, sparse and dramatic landscapes appealing to many.
Take a look at our selection of mountain climbing trips in the Osh Region, and prepare to make some amazing memories!
Some of the mountain climbing in the Osh Region can be extremely demanding and difficult, so being in excellent physical shape and having extensive previous mountain climbing experience is highly recommended.
The weather higher up the mountains one goes is extremely cold, so please pack and wear appropriate warm clothing so as not to get too exposed to the cold.
The cities, villages and settlements in the Osh Region still maintain traditional customs and ways of life, so please respect these and try to embrace and learn more about them to fully experience the region at its best.
Very hot from May-September, with temperatures often averaging 30 degrees celsius. Cool for rest of year, with nighttime temperatures often dropping below freezing.
Flights to Osh from Central Asian and Eastern European hubs, bus/taxi from the rest of the country, Tajikistan and China.
July-August, when the weather is warmest and all the mountains are open to climb.
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