Pobeda Peak (7439m)

  Pobeda Peak is the highest mountain of Tien Shan, the most difficult and northern in the program of the seventhousanders of the former USSR  “Snow Leopard”. The  crest of Pobeda peak consists of three peaks: Western peak (Vazha Pshavela – 6918m), Eastern peak (7079m) and Main peak (7439m). The most popular route runs through the north  ridge of the Western peak. Despite the routes of increased difficulty and harsh conditions, many sportsmen try to climb the Pobeda peak, testing for strength and courage themselves.

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

 1. Duration of the tour: 25 days

 2. Season: July-August

 3. Level of difficulty: 8/10

 4. Number of persons: 1-3 (with one guide)

 5. Insurance: necessary

 6. Documents: a border pass (it must be issued no later than 2 months before the start of the program)

 7. Accommodation: For accommodation in the high-altitude camps, you will need to buy a package or book places for tents.

 8. Nutrition: optional – self-catering or use the services of a cook (available only in the base camp Inylchek, above – self-catering, decided with a guide)

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

1 day: Arrival in the Bishkek, accommodation in a hotel / guest house

2 day: Transfer from Bishkek to the Karkara camp (~ 460 km), accommodation in a camp

3 day: Arrival by helicopter to the South (or North) base camp Inylchek (4000m)

4-9 days: Acclimatization hiking: overnight stays in the camp 1 (4200m), in the camp 2 (5200m), in the camp 3 (5800m); ascent to an altitude of 6000m

10 day: Descent to the BC Inylchek

11 day: Rest day, preparation for climbing

12-13 days: Ascent to the camp 3 (5800m)

14 day: Ascent to a height of 6000m, setting up the camp 4, overnight

15 day: Ascent to the Vazha Pshavela (6918m), setting up the camp 5

16 day: Traverse along the Western ridge (up to 7200m), setting up the assault camp

17 day: Ascent to the Pobeda peak, return to the assault camp

18 day: Descent to the camp 3

19 day: Descent to the BC Inylchek

20 day: Helicopter flight from the BC Inylchek to the Karkara Camp, return to the Bishkek, end of program

(+ 5 days – reserve days due to bad weather and possible waiting for helicopter flights)

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. Our services:

-guide services with knowledge of Russian and English;

-organization of transfer *;



* transfer organization is nesessary, is not included in the total price of the program;

** nutrition, accommodation are done at the request of customers and are  not included in the total price of the program

 12. Cost: calculated based on the number of participants and their preferences