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Razdelnaya summit mountaineering in Pamir

Razdelnaya summit mountaineering in Pamir
Razdelnaya summit mountaineering in Pamir
Razdelnaya summit mountaineering in Pamir
Razdelnaya summit mountaineering in Pamir

Live a high altitude experience getting to the summit of the Razdelnaya peak, one of the seven mountains of Pamir. Reach its highest point in a 16-day trip in company of Andrey, a KMGA certified guide.


16 Days

Jul, Aug


The Razdelnaya summit is one of the seven peaks of the Pamir mountain range. And there we’ll go!

Also known as the Lenin Peak, it is worldwide considered one of the easiest summits over 7000 meters of altitude. That is because the climate and the ascent route are usually friendly.

However, keep in mind that you should be fit enough to bare some difficult slopes and some hard snow conditions.

The Lenin Peak is at 7134 meters of altitude and forms an extraordinary natural border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Beautiful landscapes can be enjoyed in all directions.

The summit rises through a glacier path of more than 300 meters long. Here the ascent can become a little demanding since the slopes are covered in thick snow. In addition, we may find some slopes with angles of 45 or 55 degrees.

Going through the Lenin Glacier is a must on our way to the Razdelnaya peak. And once we get to the top you will not believe you are there. It’s a really unique and especial moment!

I always recommend my team to take some extra time for acclimatization as well as to take one entire day to rest before we start the summit ascent. That is why this mountaineering expedition will take 16 days. I have some fixed departures during July and August that you can join.

Come and join me in one of the most beautiful and easiest summits of Pamir and Asia. You will not forget this expedition. Get in touch with me and let’s go on this adventure together!

Price includes

- Accommodation included

- Guiding fee

- Transportation start and back

- Transport during the trip


Day 1: Arrival to Bishkek and flight to Osh. Overnight in hotel.

Day 2: Transfer to Achik Tash Base camp

Day 3: Acclimatization Day. Ski tour to Petrovsky peak.

Day 4: Acclimatization Day. Ski tour to the pass.

Day 5: Day for rest and preparations.

Day 6: Walk from Base Camp to Camp 1 (4400).

Day 7: Acclimatization. Ski tour to nearest peaks.

Day 8: Acclimatization. Ski tour to nearest peaks.

Day 9: Ski walk from Camp 1 to Camp 2 (5300)

Day 10: Ski walk from Camp 2 to the Razdelnaya summit.

Day 11: Descent from Camp 2 to Camp 1.

Day 12: Descent from Camp 1 to Base Camp

Day 13: Extra day in case of bad weather.

Day 14: Transfer Achik Tash-Osh.

Day 15: Flight Osh-Bishkek. Overnight in Bishkek.

Day 16: Flight home. End of program.



More info

The price of the trip is for travelers who to start and finish in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. For those wishing to join the group in Osh the trip costs USD 800 per person.

The cost excludes:

Meals in the cities Overload during the flight Bishkek-Osh-Bishkek, except allowed weight Luggage transportation to Advanced Base camp 4200 High-altitude cook and altitude meals over Advanced Base camp 4200 Rent of altitude tents for the period of ascent Rent of personal equipment Gas cartridges Alpine insurance High-altitude porters Climbing insurance Additional radio stations for connection on the mountain Additional payment for single accommodation in the cities and base camps Additional payment for single accommodation in the cities Additional payment for single accommodation in the base camps

Meeting point

Bishkek or Osh

About the guide

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Mountain Guide

I was born in what is now Bishkek, the Capital City of Kyrgyz Republic (used to be Frunze, the Capital of Kyrgyz Soviet Socialist Republic) and live there ever since.

I started guiding professionally in 2004. I guide groups and individuals in technical and high altitude climbing, ski-tours, backcountry skiing, rock-climbing, ice climbing. I can also provide training facilities and organize trekking programs.

My main priorities in guiding are client safety and expedition success and therefore, my professional motto is “Never climb with strangers”.

In 2011, I finished my training with the Kyrgyz Mountain Guide School. The school is supported by Mammut and the Swiss and British Mountain Guide Associations and follows the IFMGA standards. Upon completion of the course and passing necessary tests I was qualified as a Mountain Guide. I am also qualified in mountain rescue and first aid by Mountaineering Instructor School in Kyrgyzstan (2012) and a member of the Kyrgyz Mountain Guide Association (KMGA) since the Autumn of 2009 where I serve as an instructor and examiner for the National Mountain Guide courses.

In my 13 years of guiding, I have worked all over Tien-Shan and Pamir in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and China and East Sayan and Lake Baikal areas in Russia. I have arranged several ski tour and backcountry skiing programs in the Ala Archa national park, Suusamyr valley, Kyrghyz Ala Too, Chong Kemin gorge, Kumtor glacier, and Terskey Ala Too.

In 2009-2016 I worked as a high altitude guide at the Lenin Peak (7134 m), Khan Tengri Peak (7010 m), Pobeda Peak (7439 m), and Muztag Ata Peak (7546 m). As a mountaineering expert, I also have participated in 6 expeditions.

Presently I have over 100 ascents of different difficulty. The most significant of them are: Pobeda peak (7439 m) 1 ascent; Lenin peak (7134 m) 13 ascents; Muztag Ata (7546 m) 1 ascent; Khan Tengri (7010 m) 1 ascent; Korona peak 1st tower ED2 Smirnov route, winter conditions; Free Korea peak ED1 George Lowe route, winter conditions; Bachachekey peak 4 routes ED1 Kusmenko, Shwab, Polik, Ilyshenko; Ak-Too peak TD route, first ascent, winter conditions; Tarasova(Slovenia) TD route, winter conditions; Simagina peak TD+ route, winter conditions.

My sport climbing level: 7a-7b on sight, 7c-8a red point.

Please get in touch with me if you are interested to come and discover the mountains of my region.


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What people are saying about -Andrey


Great experience in Jyrgalan Kyrgyzstan - Very competent end experienced guide. Very involved in making sure we got the best experience. A must do and highly recommend it!!


I had an awesome climb with Andrey to the summit of Peak Khan Tengri in August 2019. Andrey is a terrific guide and climbing companion. This climb was a huge challenge for me, both technically and physically. Andrey was outstanding in his focus on having a safe climb while at the same time doing everything possible to enable me to reach the summit. He showed excellent judgment and resourcefulness in planning our itinerary and making adjustments when needed. He was extraordinarily patient with my shortcomings. His friendly and engaging personality was a great benefit as well. I can honestly say, my positive experience on Khan Tengri was due in no small part to Andrey. I look forward to climbing with him again someday.


I climbed the Pobeda Peak with Andrey in 2011. It was something very difficult to achieve but we did it. The most difficult part of the trip was the section from the highest camp to the summit because of the altitude (more than 7000m). That was also the longest section of the climb. Andrey and I worked together up to the summit. I trusted 100% in Andrey during the climb because I knew him very well. He is a real professional climber!



For our rock climbing week Andrey had put together a programm which was ideally tailored to our skills. He handled everything in a very professional and trouble-free way. Under his guidance we learned a lot and gained confidence to undertake more challenging tours for ourselves in the future. At the same time, Andrey is also a really nice guy to hang out with. We had lots of fun during our tours and in the evenings. Thanks Andrey!



We were a large group of 15 guys that spend one week with Andrey and his colleagues (because of the group size we had two additional guides). Andrey is a great guide and a good organiser. From we ordered until we arrived Andrey was available on Whatsapp and responded almost imminently to all our questions. When we landed we were meet by Andrey at the airport and a fleet of large SUV`s that took us to the base camp that was the starting point from the touring. The base camp was located far up in the mountains on the Kazakhstan border. The accommodations where ok, with a nice sauna as a pleasant surprise. The ski touring was nice in variated terrain. We were a bit unlucky with unstable snow conditions forcing us to ski a bit less steep than we hoped for, but the area got massive potential for nice skiing. We decided to end touring after five days in the mountain and spend the last night in Bishkek. There Andrey stepped into the role of a tourist guide and showed us around town, a really nice gesture which we did not expect. Overall a trip I would recommend to anyone wanting to ski in a country you would not expect to travel to. And when you go, Andrey is your choice for guide ;)

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