Even though it’s one of the easiest peaks over 7000 m, climbing Lenin peak is a great mountaineering challenge. Join me for an exciting 21-day expedition!
At the border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, in the Pamir mountains, Lenin peak (7134 m) stands as the third highest peak of the former Soviet Union.
The access to its base camp is quite easy from the Kyrgyz side. Because of that, the peak has become a very popular climbing destination. In fact, it’s suitable for experiencing high altitudes, and also as a training peak if you plan to climb an eight-thousander.
The peak doesn’t have much technical difficulties. However, there may be avalanche risk between camps 1 and 2. Here, you can usually find landslides and glacial cracks. Besides, you will have to deal with changeable weather.
Our expedition will start in Osh, the oldest city in Kyrgyzstan. From there, we’ll drive for almost one day to reach Achik-Tash Base Camp. After some acclimatization days, we’ll finally approach the summit.
You can find the complete itinerary for this expedition below.
The expedition only takes place in July / August since these are the only months when the Base Camp is open. Please see ‘Looking to join a group?’ section below to find out which dates I run the expedition for this year. For next year, please contact me.
Please contact me if you want to be a part of this expedition climbing Lenin peak. We can discuss the details together and then start planning this unforgettable adventure!
Price per person
|Group of 4||3330EUR|
- Guiding fee
- All meals during trip
- Transport during the trip
- Group equipment
- Permit and entrance fees
- Personal Insurance
-Sleeping in a hotel with breakfast (single room supplement)
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