Lenin Peak (7134m) (Yukhina (5105m); Razdel’naya (6148m))

Lenin Peak is a seventhousander peak and located on the border of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Often climbers begin their high-altitude experience with it. It is a snow-ice massif, towering above the circus of the Leninsky glacier for more than 3000m; its slopes steepness reaches of 45 – 55 degrees and has deep cracks. Also, avalanches and ice falls are an increased danger, which is a very frequent phenomenon in this area.

Climbing is associated with big risks, so you need to be prepared physically and psychologically.

 1. Duration of the tour: Lenin peak – 21 days; Razdel’naya peak – 16 days; Yukhina peak – 8 days.

 2. Season: July-August

 3. Level of difficulty: Lenin peak -8/10, Razdel’naya peak -7/10, Yukhina peak – 5/10

 4. Number of persons: 1-2 (with one guide)

 5. Insurance: necessary

 6. Documents: a border pass (it must be issued no later than 1 month before the start of the program)

 7. Accommodation: There are high-altitude camps under the Lenin peak: the base camp is located at an altitude of 3700m, the camp 1 is at an altitude of 4200m. These camps provide accommodation in tents.

 8. Nutrition:Meals are provided in the base and first camps, above – self-catering, discussed with the guide

 9. Program by day: (may be adjusted depending on the level of physical training and qualifications):

1 day: Arrival in the Bishkek, flight to the Osh (or directly flight to the Osh), accommodation in a hotel / guest house

2 day: Transfer from Osh to Achik-Tash base camp (3700m) – 280 km, accommodation in a camp

3 day: Acclimatization hiking to the Travelers’ Pass (4200m)

4 day: Acclimatization hiking to Petrovsky peak (4600m)

5 day: Ascent to the camp 1

6 day: Ascent to the Yukhina peak (overnight stay)

7 day: Descent to the camp 1, then – to the base camp

8 day: – If the program is for Yuhina peak, then transfer to Osh and completion of the program;

– If not-rest day

9 day: Rest day, walking to the lakes

10 day: Ascent to the camp 1

11day: Ascent to the Home peak

12-14 days: Ascent to the camp 2 (6400m), then – to the camp 3 and to the Razdel’naya peak

-If the program is for Razdel’naya peak, then 15-16 days: descent to the base camp, transfer to Osh, the end of the program

-If the program is for Lenin peak, then 15-18 days: ascent to the Lenin peak

18-21 days: descent to the base camp, transfer to Osh, the end of the program

10. List of required personal equipment:

1) Shoes:

– mountaineering boots;

– trekking boots;

– sneakers (or other light footwear for the base and first camps)

2) Headgear:

-hat / baf;



3) Warm mittens or gloves (preferably two pairs of each)

4) Clothing:

– waterproof  jacket and pants;

– thermal underwear;

– t-shirts, shorts;

– down jacket;

-warm polartec jacket;

– socks (several warm and several light)

5) Sun cream

6) Sunglasses

7) Hygienic lipstick / balm

8) Backpack

9) Sleeping bag

10) Tourist rug

11) Headlamp flashlight and battery reserve

12) Trekking sticks

13) Carabiners

14) Crampons

15) Climbing harness with lanyard of self-insurance

16) Helmet

17) Ice ax

18) Jumar

19) Belay device

11. Cost: depends on the number of participants and their goals.

12. The price includes:

  • issuance of a border pass;
  • services of a guide with knowledge of Russian and English;
  • transfers Osh-Base camp-Osh;
  • food and accommodation in the base and first camps

13. The price does not(!) include:

  • accommodation in Osh;
  • meals on the crossings Osh-Base Camp-Osh;
  • member’s insurance.