A hard journey, almost 1 day-long drive to the base camp.
Short acclimatization hike in the morning.
In the afternoon, we’ll put our loads on horses and prepare equipment for the next day.
Camp 1 is often known as an auxiliary base, offering high comfort already positioned tents and the dining room where we serve food.
The trail follows a wide open valley and then crosses more slopes to the edge of the moraine, where the camp is located.
The road to Camp 2 can’t avoid cracking, which has a fixed rope on the most difficult and exposed parts.
The camp lies on a rocky edge, which is an integral part of the edge of the extensive glacial basin.
Rest and drying equipment.
This will be our last day of acclimatization before the decisive assault on the summit.
The sole purpose of this day is to get an adequate acclimatization, which is best achieved by slow walking.
Depending on the welfare of Camp 2 we descend only to Camp 1 or Base Camp. In both cases, we have one day of rest before we go to the top.
Climbing to the top takes four days from Camp 1 and back. In these days we will strive to catch the optimal time to perform the most difficult and also the most desired slope.
First of all, followed by the known rise in Camp 2 and Camp 3.
Decisive day starts very early in the glow of headlamps.
The mentally most painful part begins on a broken rocky terrain 400 meters after camp 4.
In the parts where the path is quite exposed, it is secured by a fixed rope.
Finally we stand at the highest point of Lenin peak (summit!).
Then, there’s a long descent to camp 3 and we continue to the valley the next day.
In Osh we’ll spend a whole day to visit a little town (picturesque market) and optionally buy some souvenirs in Kyrgyzstan.
-Sleeping in a hotel with breakfast (single room supplement)
-Full board in the base camp and one (tents for two persons)
-Fixed tents placed in T2 and T3.
This items are included in the price:
-All necessary equipment for the base camp and one (except sleeping bag)
-Insurance abroad with assistance,
-Sauna and shower base,
-Professional medical care at the base,
-Electricity (220V) in the database and T1,
-Organization and management of common devices (Monte Rosa). Each participant covers material costs acclimatization (food, transport, sleeping).
-Rental of certain technical equipment.
This items are not included in the price:
-Flights to Osh
-Personal equipment costs and expenses incurred outside the program
-Energy food for the climb and altitude food over camp 1,
-Payment of carriers in the mount,
-Lunches and dinners in Osh.
I was born in Kranj, Slovenia. I am a biology teacher and I also have been a professional alpinist for more than 30 years. Until now, I’ve reached 4 eight-thousanders around the world: Broad Peak, Cho Oyu, Dhaulagiri and Mount Everest.
In fact, I am the first (and still only) Slovenian female reaching ‘the roof of the world’. Together with my husband Andrej, we entered the Guinness Book of World Records as the first married couple to stand on Mt Everest.
Beyond the Himalayas, I climbed in Alaska, South America and Japan, among other places.
Sport climbing as well as competition and rock climbing have a very important place in my life and have taken me to many incredible and challenging places around the world.
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