Peak Lenin (7134m) ascent (Full-service)

Peak Lenin ascent

Grade of difficultyIFAS PD+/AD (NCCS IV; RUS 5A; IV/AI1(45-50°); 3500m)

Season: 5th - 31st of August

Group: 10 pax

Land cost:  $ 3720 per pax in a group of 10.

The economy program with the basic services is available as well.

Guides: local support team and Wild Russia tour leader

The price includes:
Border pass, Accommodation in hotels B&B: 2 nights in Bishkek 4*, 2 nights in Osh 3*; Round trip flight Bishkek-Osh-Bishkek; all transfers according to the itinerary; tent accommodation on the double occupancy basis, FB; special services in the base camp: lockers, sauna, 220V generator, personal gear portage base camp to camp 1 and back (the portage up to the camp 4 is available at the extra charge, it has to be requested in advance); special services in the camps 2,3 and 4: preset camp site, high altitude food, gas stoves and gas supply, high altitude kitchen utensils; high altitude emergency kit in the camp 4; qualified mountain guides on the 1:2 baisis; Resque team; radio and GPRS for the group;
Wild Russia tour leader.

Domestic flight airfare; luggage overweight if any; Personal expenses; Tips; Medical insurance are not included.

The climbing medical insurance with the coverage of $50 000 plus for each group member is mandatory.


This is a special all-inclusive itinerary designed for those who would like to focus on the ascent and do not worry about the logistics problems.

Of the four peaks in the former Soviet Union which are over 7000m high three lie in the Pamir Highlands of Central Asia. The same Pamir itself refers to the great valleys that divide the various mountain chains. Peak Lenin, at 7134m, is the third highest; the second highest, Pik Pobeda, lies nearby in Tien Shan. Peak Lenin is located in the northernmost of the High Pamir mountain chains - the Zaalayski Range. From the summit looking south-west the other major ranges dominate the skyline. On a clear day it is possible to see the summit of Peak Communism 80 miles away, at 7495m. the highest summit in the Pamir, and occasionally the Hindu Kush mountains some 140 miles away. Looking north one sees the great Kyzylsu (Red River) Valley, to the east the Chinese Pamir. Peak Lenin is a popular mountain, it is often considered to be the easiest 7000m. summit in the world for climbers since it is relatively accessible and technically straight forward.


25 days, 24 nights




Day 1. Arrival in Bishkek. Overnight in a hotel.
Day 2. Flight to Osh (Kara-Suu). Accommodation in a private hotel.
Day 3. Transfer Osh - Achik - Tash (the Base Camp on 3400 m).
Day 4. Acclimatization exit to Camp 1, return to the Base Camp.
Day 5. Preparation day.
Day 6. Climb to Camp 1. (4400 m.).
Day 7. Climb to Camp 2 and descent to Camp 1. (5400 m.)
Day 8. Rest in Camp 1. (4400 m.)
Day 9. Climb to Camp 2.
Day 10. Climb to Camp 3 and descent to Camp 2. (6100 m.)
Day 11. Descent to Camp 1. (4400 m.)
Day 12. Descent to the Base Camp. (3400 m.)
Day 13. Rest day.
Day 14. Rest day.
Day 15. Climb to Camp 1. (4400 m.)
Day 16. Climb to Camp 2. (5400 m.)
Day 17. Climb to Camp 3. (6100 m.)
Day 18. Climp to Camp 4 (6500m.) and ascent of the peak (7134 m.). Descent to Camp 3. (6100 m.)
Day 19. Descent to Camp 1. (4400 m.)
Day 20. Descent to the Base Camp. (3500 m.)
Day 21. The additional day in case of bad weather.
Day 22. The additional day in case of bad weather.
Day 23. Transfer to Osh. Accommodation in a private hotel.
Day 24. Flight to Bishkek. Overnight in a private hotel.
Day 25. Departure.
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