Peak Lenin

It is important to note that, Peak Lenin is one of the most visited places among travellers. When you travel in Kyrgyzstan, you will find it in the Osh region. Peak Lenin borders with Tajikistan and its height is about 7134 m, which makes it to be the third highest mountain in the former Soviet Union. In the course of a tour in Kyrgyzstan, you will notice it in "high armchair" type. Travelling in Kyrgyzstan will give you opportunity to see snowy tops and clouds above the peak. The most interesting thing that, the peak took a pyramid shape, which makes him to be different than other peaks. It is worth travelling in Kyrgyzstan and to visit this wonderful place.

Peak Lenin was first opened by the famous Russian explorer of Central Asia A.P. Fedchanko when he travelled to the Northern Pamirs in 1871. In addition of walking around the mountains, you will be told that, he was first who provided facts of the geography of the Pamir Mountains. In the course of a tour in Kyrgyzstan, you will be informed that, Peak Lenin was called Peak Kaufman but in the period of a Russian Governor General, it has got new name as Kuh-i-Gamo (Warm Mountain) in honor of the Soviet leader. During your tours in Kyrgyzstan, we will tell you about expeditions among peak in 1929. It is worth knowing that, two people conquered the glacier and later made decision of starting their mountaineering on the highest mountain in the Zaalaiskii range. Over the time, there was next expedition by the masters from Soviet Red Army. It was very difficult them to achieve Peak Lenin, but they finally reached it and placed a statue of Lenin, which is considered to be the highest in the world. We recommend you not to miss it in your tours in Kyrgyzstan.

There were many expeditions on Peak Lenin, including people from North face on 8th of September in 1934.

In 1967, there was a significant event to the 50th anniversary of the Soviet Union, involving 301 people from abroad as well as 20 women among them. This was a very important meeting which opened new 16 routes on the Southeast face. Nowadays, these current routes are considered to be most visited and quite dangerous. Our company will provide safety tours in Kyrgyzstan and meet all your requirements during your trips.

Today, Peak Lenin is considered to be popular in the world with 7000 m height. Travelling in Kyrgyzstan will inspire you by its beauty you won't see anywhere! We hope to make every your tour in Kyrgyzstan - unforgettable.

In the course of a tour in Kyrgyzstan, it is recommend being in a good physical shape and having special mountain equipment which will help you in unpredictable weather changes. During your tour in Kyrgyzstan, you will hear many tragic stories of death on mountains. These tragedies were the saddest in the history of Kyrgyz mountain expeditions.  In 1974, the group of women lost their life due to storm. It was first expedition of women who wanted show their strength, but unfortunately could not succeed and wind perished them one by one. The next tragedy happened in 1991, where 44 mountaineers caught by an earthquake. Only one mountaineer survived, one body was found and others still remaining and never found. This is miserable tragedies of 21st century. So, if you decided to try your climbing skills, be ready for unseen circumstances in your tour in Kyrgyzstan. We recommend you to visit the main Achik Tash camp which is situated near Lukovaya Polyana (Wild Onion Field). Don't be in a fear during your tours in Kyrgyzstan; we are one who will take care of you! 

Check out this info before you start off your trip in Kyrgyzstan:
Long weekend  
Glacier peaks
The past
Good old days of Kyrgyzstan
Spike Pobeda