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Peak Korzhenevskaya (7105 m) ascent (1 month expedition)

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Climb Peak Korzhenevskaya in the spectacular Pamir Mountains in Central Asia, along with Anastasiya, a KMGA certified guide, and reach one of the 5 Snow Leopard summits!



30 Days

Jul, Aug




* Live an unforgettable experience in the Pamir Mountains.

* Reach the summit of the third tallest peak in the range.


I invite you to join me on a 30-day ascent expedition to the spectacular Korzhenevskaya Peak (7105 m), in the incredible Pamir Mountains in Tajikistan.

This landlocked mountainous country in Central Asia is bordered by China to the east, Afghanistan to the south, Kyrgyzstan to the north and Uzbekistan to the west.

Peak Korzhenevskaya is one of the five Snow Leopard Peaks. The Snow Leopard Award is given to mountaineers who summit these five mountains, of 7000 m and above, in the former Soviet Union territory. And I'm a Snow Leopard! I got the award after climbing these 5 fabulous mountains. You can read about it on my profile page.

Korzhenevskaya is the third highest mountain in the Pamirs. It lies about 13 km north of Ismoil Somoni (7495 m), formerly called Communism Peak, the highest in Tajikistan**. Lenin Peak (7134 m)** is the second highest in the Pamir Mountains.

The most common route to climb Korzhenevskaya ascends from the south and reaches the summit ridge from the west side. However, it has been climbed from almost every direction.

Besides, as not many mountaineers come to climb Peak Korzhenevskaya every year, there are no queues on the mountain. So, we will be able to experience the virgin world of high mountains.

Technically, this is not a difficult ascent. So, if you want to try a 7000-meter climb, I think Peak Korzhanevskaya is an excellent choice. Partly because it is required for the Snow Leopard award, this mountain has been climbed many times.

After arrival in Dushanbe, the capital city of Tijikistan, we will transfer to Djirgital. The next day, a helicopter flight will take us to Base Camp, on the moraine of the Moskvina Glacier. And then, the adventure begins! Take into account that although the ascent itself can be done in 21 days, the helicopter schedule makes it necessary to stay at Base Camp for 30 days. A helicopter will take us back to Dushanbe on the last day.

So contact me if you want to climb Korzhenevskaya Peak. It will be an unforgettable experience! Book your trip and we will start planning this amazing ascent together.

Also, if you don't have much time or if you are still not ready for a 7000 m ascent, you can check my 9-day mountaineering trip in Ala-Archa, in Kyrgyzstan. It's a great opportunity to climb peaks like the Korona (4860 m), Uchitel (4560 m) and Boks (4211) in a beautiful region! I also offer a 7-day mountaineering trip in Ala-Archa.

Price includes

- Guiding fee


Day 1: Dushanbe-Djirgital

Arrival in Dushanbe, the capital city of Tajikistan. Transfer to Djirgital.

Day 2: Helicopter flight-Base Camp

Helicopter flight to Base Camp at Moskvina glacier.

Day 3 to 19: Acclimatization and ascent program

Day 20: Flight to Dushanbe

Helicopter flight to Dushanbe. Overnight in hotel.

Day 21: Departure from Dushanbe



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EQUIPMENT: Backpack - 85 liters/ Sleeping bag / Sleeping pad / Harness (1) / Carabiner (4) / Jumar (1) / Crampons (1) / Repshnur (6-7 mm) – 5 m / Ice axe / Sun glasses – 1 or 2 / Torch (headlamp) + set of spare batteries / Down jacket/parka / Gortex: pants, jacket – 1 suit / Polartec: jacket 200 (1) / Pants (1) / Thermal underwear – 1 suit / Polartec 100 – 1 suit (jacket, pants) / Polartec gloves (1) / Overmitts (1)+ windproof (1) / Warm hat / Balaclava (1) / Warm socks -2 pairs / Socks, /Gamashi / Sun protection cream / Figure-8 descender (1) / Telescopic Sticks (poles)(1) / High altitude boots (1) / Trekking boots (1).

Meeting point

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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