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Climbing Korzhenevskaya and “Communism Peak” in Tajikistan (40 days)

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For 40 thrilling days, join IFMGA certified guide Anastasiya and climb 2 enormous mountains in Tajikistan: Korzhenevskaya and the Communism Peak.



40 Days

Jul, Aug




* Spend 40 days climbing the Korzhenevskaya and Communism peaks.

* Test your skills in the impressive Pamir Mountains of Tajikistan.

* Spend several nights in different, high altitude camps.


On this 40-day expedition, you will have the chance to conquer two incredible peaks in the Pamir Mountains, in Tajikistan: Korzhenevskaya (7,105m) and Communism Peak, now known as Ismoil Somoni (7,495m).

Along with Communism Peak and Korzhenevskaya, for the purpose of acclimatization, you will possibly also climb Chetjreh peak (6,200m), Vorobiev peak (5691m). Otherwise, we will carry out the acclimatization on Korzhenevskaya. This will depend on weather conditions and the group.

All of the peaks you will be climbing on this trip are located in the wild and majestic Pamir Mountains. This amazing mountain range covers a great deal of Central Asia. And while it may not be as well known as the Alps, the Andes, or the Himalayas, you can rest assured the climbing in the Pamir Mountains is nothing short of incredible. And on this amazing trip, you will get to climb the highest and third highest peaks in the range.

On the way, we will go to several different camps. Each one of these camps will allow you to enjoy amazing views of the Pamir Mountains and the landscape below. Furthermore, you will also get to enjoy scenic helicopter rides that will take you from Jirgital to the base camp and back.

The weather and snow conditions around Korzhenevskaya and Communism Peak are unpredictable. There are several acclimatization options that we can decide on once in the mountains. Furthermore, not everyone acclimatizes at the same pace, and snow conditions are difficult to predict. As a result, the itinerary detailed below is only a rough estimate. There is a distinct possibility that additional days could be necessary. Based on my experience, being flexible is the best way to succeed on the mountains.

It goes without saying that this is a challenging mountaineering program. Therefore, in order to participate, you should have prior mountaineering experience. You should also be in good physical condition.

Scaling 2 of the 3 highest mountains in the Pamir Mountains,  is a treat for any mountaineer. To enjoy this experience, just send me a request and we will start planning an unforgettable ascent to Korzhenevskaya and “Communism Peak” in Tajikistan!

If you prefer a shorter program, you can also enjoy a week of mountaineering in Ala Archa in Kyrgyzstan.

Price includes

- Accommodation included

- Guiding fee

- Breakfast

- Lunch

- Dinner

- Transport during the trip

- Transportation start and back

Price details

Price includes: Guiding fee, airport pick-up, transfer during the program, accommodation in Dushanbe(2 nights), helicopter, accommodation in BC, breakfast, lunch, and dinner in BC.

Price does not include: Guide airfare (around EU400-500). Shower in the base camp, helicopter luggage extras, Jirgital accommodation may have an additional cost depending (to be confirmed).


Day 1: Arrival

Arrival in Dushanbe. Meeting at the airport. Transfer to hotel.
Accommodation in hotel

Day 2: Jirgital

Transfer to Jirgital, overnight in Jirgital.

Day 3: Heli ride to BC

Helicopter flight to British Columbia (4400m)

Day 4: Acclimatization day

Preparation and acclimatization in BC.

Day 5: Vorobyov peak (5691m)

Acclimatization ascent to Vorobyov peak (5691m) night at altitude

Day 6: Descent to BC

Day 6: Rest day

Day 8 to 37: Ascent program

Acclimatization program+ ascent to Korzhenevskaya and
Kommunism+ reserve days.

Day 38: Helicopter flight to Jirgital

Day 39: Transfer to Dushanbe

Day 40: Flight home



More info

We'll start our expedition in July and finish in August.

Base Camp services: toilet, storage room, electricity (220 V, 50 Hz).

Meeting point



What are some recommended accommodations near our adventure location?

We understand that finding the perfect place to stay is an essential part of your adventure experience. To help you with this, we’ve curated a list of three highly recommended hotels that offer comfort, convenience, and a touch of local charm. These accommodations are well-suited for adventurers looking to relax and rejuvenate after an exciting day of exploration
OmarKhayam Hotel Dushanbe Tajikistan
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Hilton Dushanbe Dushanbe Tajikistan
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Sheraton Dushanbe Hotel Dushanbe Tajikistan
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About the guide

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Mountain Guide

I'm an IFMGA-certified guide from Kyrgyzstan and started guiding professionally in 2003. In my 14 years of guiding, I worked as a high altitude and technical mountain guide, trekking and hiking guide, ski-touring guide and ice and rock climbing gide.

I finished Mountaineering Instructor School in Kyrgyzstan and I am a member of the Kyrgyz Mountain Guide Association (KMGA).

Additionally, I am ”Snow Leopard”. This title is given to those who have climbed all the highest mountains in the former Soviet Union. These include: Lenin peak (7134 m) 2 ascents, Khan Tengri peak (7010 m) 2 ascents, Korzhenevskaya peak (7105 m) 1 ascent, Communism peak (7495 m)1 ascent, Pobeda peak (7439 m)1 ascent.

I have worked all over the Tian-Shan and Pamir ranges. I worked as a guide in Lyallak and Dugoba, in Alla Archa National Park and Suusamyr Valley, Terskey Ala Too and Kyngei-Ala Too.

As a mountain guide, my top 3 priorities are: 1 -safety, 2 –creating positive experiences for my clients and 3 -expedition success.

I am a mountaineer and really love the mountains so I also spend all my free time here. I have participated in expeditions in the Himalayas, Africa, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Patagonia and Russia.

I live and work in a beautiful mountainous country and I will be glad to show you the virgin beauty of the Kyrgyz mountains.


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What people are saying about Anastasiya



Our mountaineering trip was very good. Anastasiya is very professional and safety concerned guide as well as a good teacher. Although the weather was very unstable and some plans couldn't be executed as planned, Anastasiya came up with good alternatives. We would definitely book this trip again.



We have ended up in Jyrgalan valley as Suusamyr was not feasible for making the skitouring trip. Nonetheless we enjoyed very much the trip and the guide: Anastasia was really resourceful in finding out the best possiblities. Was not easy task during the everchanging weather circumstances. In addition to that we always felt safe.


Thank you for showing us your wonderful country, guiding us safely through the mountains and teaching us so much about ski touring. Our eyes have been opened to future possibilities and we hope you can guide us again another time.



We spent our time skiing in Jyrgalan as there was a lot more snow there than in Suusamyr Valley. Jyrgalan was fantastic - blue skies and deep powder! It was a truly remarkable few days. Our guide, Anastasiya, was excellent and she is highly recommended - friendly, good fun, highly knowledgeable (particularly in respect of managing avalanche risk) and extremely helpful.



Had a wonderful 11-day trip with Anastasiya in the beautiful Ala Archa! This was my first mountaineering experience so this trip included a lot of courses in mountaineering and climbing skills. Anastasiya was a fantastic guide and was very good at keeping everything safe, fun and sufficient challenging. Would highly recommend her. Couldn’t think of a better introduction to mountaineering.

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