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Lenin peak (7134 m) 21-day guided expedition

Join Misha, a local IFMGA-certified guide, on a 21-day expedition to the Lenin Peak summit (7143m), in amazing Kyrgyzstan.

Mountain RangePamir
Duration21 days
Offer periodJun, Jul, Aug, Sep
Skill LevelIntermediate
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripPrivate


Located in the Pamir Mountains, Lenin Peak is a border mountain between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. It is considered to be one of the easiest  7000-meter mountain peaks in the world to climb, receiving  hundreds of climbers that make their way to the summit every year.

This popular climbing destination, known for its easy access from the Kyrgyz side, has a highway going almost to the foot of the peak.

By reaching the summit of Lenin Peak you will be one step closer in being part of the elite group of Russian climbers known as Snow Leopards!  Together with Peak Communism (7495 m) and Korzhenevsky (7105 m), located in the Pamirs range and Peak Pobeda (7,439m) and Khan Tengri (7010m) in the Tian Shan range, at 7134 meters Lenin Peak is the third highest peak in the former Soviet Union.

Adventure and history all together in one!

Our meeting point will be in Bishkek, the country’s capital and on the next morning we will fly to Osh city. The Osh- Achik-Tash Base Camp is situated in the alpine meadows between two steep river valleys. While contemplating the wild carpet of alpine flowers that surrounds us, we will start preparing for the climb.

On the third day, we’ll do an acclimatization ascent to Petrovskogo Peak (4830 m) that will help me assess your climbing level. We will descend to base camp on the next morning and climb to camp N1 (4200 m) two days after.

During the ascent to Lenin Peak, I´ll make sure we have a few days to recover our energy so that we make it to the summit in the best possible shape. You can check the day-by-day itinerary below this text.

Come with me on this unforgettable trip where we will spend 21 amazing days. It will be my honor to share this experience with you!



First and last night accommodation in a hotel in Bishkek city. Tents

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COST OF ADDITIONAL SERVICES - Gas cartridges 10 USD each. - Services of high-altitude porters: From BC to Camp1 (4200) – 3 USD/ per 1kg From Camp1 (4200) to 5300m – 10 USD/ per 1kg From 5300m to 6100m – 20 USD/ per 1kg Over 6100m – according to the agreement. The same price is on the way back. * If you organize transfer-portage of luggage by yourself, assistance, the company is not responsible for loss or damage of your luggage. - Help in receiving of cargo in Bishkek (cost depends on the weight of cargo)

Meeting point

Manas International Airport, Bishkek.




Day 1: Arrival in Bishkek, flight to Osh.

You’ll arrive in Bishkek city. We’ll meet before the 40-minute flight to Osh. Sightseeing in Osh.

Day 2: Transfer to BC

On this day, we’ll drive to the BC through one of the most beautiful roads in the world – Pamir Highway for 4-5 hours (about 300 km). In the BC (3,600 m), we’ll meet our friendly team and have lunch. We’ll discuss the strategy of the ascent and prepare the accommodation in double tents.

Day 3: Acclimatization ascent in Peak Petrovskiy.

After breakfast, we’ll hike to the Petrovskiy Col or Peak Petrovskiy (4,830 m). From this site, we’ll observe a beautiful panorama of the valley and surrounding lakes. Then, we’ll return to the camp.

Day 4: Preparation day.

Rest day to get ready for the following day.

Day 5: Ascent to camp 1 (4200 m)

This will be a long day. The trekking from BC to C1 (4,200 m) will take us about 4-7 hours, 12 km, +600 m. From the Puteshestvenniki (travelers) Pass, we’ll get to see the Lenin Glacier.

Day 6: Acclimatization in Peak Yukhin

After breakfast, we’ll acclimatize at Peak Yukhin. We can either install a tent or return to the C1.

Day 7: Ascent to camp 2 (5300 m)

On this day, we’ll continue our ascent to the C2, at 5,300 meters of altitude.

Day 8: Razdelnaya Summit (6,148 m).

We’ll wake up early in the morning and go for our next acclimatization hike. We’ll ascend the Razdelnaya Summit and then descend to the C1 (4,200 m). Overnight in tents.

Day 9: Descent to BC (3,600 m)

There’s no need to wake up early today. With calm, we’ll descend to BC to rest.

Day 10: Rest Day.

Day 11: Rest day.

Day 12: BC – C1 (4,200 m).

Day 13: C1 – C2 (5,300 m).

Day 14: C2 – C3 (6,300 m).

Day 15: Extra day in case of bad weather.

Day 16: Summit Day

We’ll get up early in the morning and prepare for a demanding day. After a whole day of climbing, we’ll reach the summit (7,134 m) and then descend to the C3 or C2.

Day 17: C3 – C1.

Day 18: C1 - BC.

Day 19: Transfer to Osh.

Day 20: Flight to Bishkek.

Day 21: Transfer to the airport.

About the guide

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Whether in Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, China or Tibet, my passion for travel and customer service will make all the difference on your trip. I lead my groups off-the-beaten-path and always strive to make sure that your experience goes far beyond ordinary tourism. An IFMGA-certified mountain guide, I will take you ski touring or climbing to some of the best spots in the area and will make sure you get a sense of our local culture, and leave with unforgettable memories and a burning desire to return.

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Prices per person

Group of 1

USD 2578 each

Group of 2

USD 1547 each

Group of 3

USD 1207 each

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Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Accommodation

- Transport during the trip

- Permit and entrance fees

- Mountain guide's expenses (lifts, meals, accommodation, etc)

- Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Price details

Not included: meals in the city, luggage transportation, high altitude cooking, rental equipment, personal insurance and porters.

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