Join Konstantin, an aspirant guide, on this 21-day ascent to Lenin peak, in Kyrgyzstan. Climb a 7-thousander while exploring a remote corner of the world!
This 21-day Lenin Peak ascent in Kyrgyzstan is a very challenging climb but a very good option for those wishing to take on their first 7-thousander!
Lenin Peak (7134 m) is located on the border between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. It is part of the Pamir Mountain Range, which is connected to the Himalayas and was known in the old times as The Roof of the World. Because it’s located in such a remote corner of the world, this adventure will also be an amazing cultural experience.
We’ll meet in Osh city and we’ll drive for 6 hours to the Achik-Tash Base Camp (3600 m) from where we’ll start preparing for the climb. As the summit is very high, I’ll pay special attention to your acclimatization.
We’ll do an acclimatization hike to Petrovskogo peak (4830 m) on the first day that will also help to check your climbing level. Then, during the ascent to Lenin Peak, we’ll have a few rest days to recover our energy and get to the summit in the best possible shape.
So please contact me to make this 21-day ascent to Lenin Peak in Kyrgyzstan happen. I’ll be happy to be your guide while you discover this amazing part of the world!
- Hotel Sun Rise, double room 2 nights. - twin tents in Base camp and Advance Base Camp. - Altitude tents in Camp 2 and 3.
- Visa: Citizens of European Union, USA and Canada get visa by oral statement in embassy of Kyrgyzstan or on arrival to “Manas” airport in Bishkek. You may read more information about getting visa on the official Kyrgyzstan website. Items included: - Medical service, first-aid station, organization of rescue works - Radio station for connection summit-base -Porters will carry up 15 kg per person and 10 kg down.
Osh city. Please let me know if you want to meet in Bishkek and we'll talk about the extra price.
Originally I'm from Altai, a little-known Siberian mountain region. I grew up and developed as a sportsmen and guide in Altai and the Tian-Shan mountains. Since 2010, I live in St. Petersburg and work a lot in the Caucasus region.
Since 2011 I am learning in the Russian Mountain Guides Association (RMGA), under auspices of the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides (ACMG). In 2015 I passed the Apprentice Ski Guide exam.
My main work destinations are Russian and CIS mountain regions as Altai, Khibiny, Tian-Shan, Kamchatka and all Caucasus. I specialize in ski tour and climbing projects in uncommon mountain regions of Russia and CIS.
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|EUR 3145 each|
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