Climbing Lenin Peak 7134 m.




Today Lenin Peak (7134 m) is one of the most famous and most frequently visited seven thousand meters of the Pamir. Despite the fact that the classic route is technically simple, climbing to Lenin Peak belongs to the class of high-altitude mountaineering and requires good physical health from climbers, appropriate equipment and a sound approach to acclimatization. The financial accessibility of Lenin Peak is explained by the fact that a helicopter is not required to enter the Base Camp, rather a regular vehicle. The beginning of the journey to the Base Camp is the city of Osh, where you can get an air flight or come to Osh from Bishkek or Tashkent.

You need to go because:
Lenin peak is one of the most accessible peaks of the world over 7000 m, both financially and technically
full service on the route: set high-altitude tents, group equipment and high-altitude meals included in the price
professional guide from the company “Basque-tour” accompanies a group of up to 4 participants
This ascent will help prepare for new and more difficult ascents (above 8 thousand meters)
international community of climbers in the Base Camp


Date: 01 – 20 July 2019
Number of participations: max 10
Price: 2100 Euro


Thread route: Osh – BL Achik – Tash (3,600 m) – Camp 1 (4,400 m) – Petrovsky Peak (4,700 m) – Domashniy Peak (4,700 m) – Camp 3 (6,100 m) – Climbing to Lenin Peak (7,134 m ) – BL (3600 m) – Osh

Day 1: Arrival in Osh.

Arrival in Osh. Meeting at the airport. Hotel accommodation.

Day 2: Transfer to Achik – Tash.

In the morning – the purchase of necessary products. Transfer to Base Camp – Achik-Tash (transfer 7-8 hours). Accommodation at the base camp.

Day 3: Acclimatization hike to Petrovsky peak (4700 m).

Acquaintance with the area, preparation for climbing.
Acclimatization hike to Petrovsky peak (4700 m). Return to Base Camp. Check equipment. Preparing to enter Camp 1.

Day 4: Climb to Camp 1 (4400 m).

After breakfast, the main things we ship on mules, we ourselves go on foot light. The total transition time is 4-5 hours. Go to trekking shoes. It is better to leave early to cross one river, which becomes turbulent and dangerous for dinner. Overnight in tent.

Day 5: Acclimatization ascent to the Peak Home (4,700 m).

Breakfast at the camp. After breakfast, you will make a simple acclimatization ascent to the Peak Home (4,700 m) (3–4 hours). Return to Camp 1 (4400 m). Preparing to enter Camp 2.

Day 6: Exit to Camp 2 (5300 m).

Early exit at 3 – 4 am, in order to comfortably overcome the dangerous part of the glacier, moving in cats, and bundles of 4 – 5 people. The transfer of food and equipment for Camp 2 and 3. If necessary, porters can be ordered for an additional fee. (see additional information)
Overnight in Camp 2 (5300 m).

Day 7: Exit to the assault camp 3 (6100m).

Exit to the assault camp 3 (6100m). Check out at 9 am, transfer (5-6 hours) and transfer of equipment to camp 3.
Overnight in camp 3. (6100 m)

Day 8: Descent to the Base Camp (3600 m).

We go down the ascent path. It takes much less time, and in almost 6-7 hours you will find yourself in the Base Camp. To the services of the group members: shower, kitchen, comfortable leisure.

Day 9 – 10: Rest

Days of rest in the Base Camp.

Day 11: Climb to Camp 2 (5300 m).

Early exit at 4 – 5 am, transfer and transfer of the remaining equipment to Camp 2. (6 – 8 hours). Overnight at Camp 2.

Day 12: Acclimatization day.

Acclimatization day in Camp 2 (5300 m). Overnight in tents.

Day 13: Go to Camp 3 (6100 m)

From Camp 2 (5100 m) climb along the slope to the adjacent ridge, and then a long, almost gentle traverse to take off to the top of Split (6200 m). Steep rise to the top and descent to the jumper at 6100 m. The last two years, Camp 3 is located under the peak of Razdelnaya.
The rise takes about 4-5 hours.

Day 14: Day of the ascent to Lenin Peak (7134 m).

Climbing Lenin Peak (7134 m) and descending to Camp 3 (6100 m).
Exit at 5 am. From the lintel you have to overcome a sharp rise (approx. 300 m), then a gentle transition to the “knife”, a steep narrow snow-ice ridge (be careful while passing it!), Then along the rocky ridge you reach the snow plateau (6900 m – 7000 m) and the ascent to Lenin Peak (7134 m). Ascent and descent to Camp 3 take 8 -10 hours. Rest at 6100 m.

Day 15: Descent to Camp 1 (4400 m).

After spending the night there is a slow descent to Camp 1. Comfortable conditions are waiting for you here: food in the cabin – companies, tents with a floor. Comfortable overnight stay.

Day 16: Descent to the Base Camp (3600 m).

Descent to the Base Camp (3600 m). Marking the ascent. Overnight in large tents.

Day 17 – 19: Reserve days.

The weather at seven thousand meters is unpredictable. Therefore, the reserve laid 3 days.

Day 20: Transfer Base Camp – Osh.

Transfer Base camp “Lenin Peak” – Osh. Overnight at the hotel in Osh.

Day 21: Departure home.

This is included

meeting and seeing off at airports
Moving Osh – Base Camp and Base Camp – Osh (only on fixed dates)
lunch on the way from Osh to Base Camp
mountain guides 1 for 4 people
accommodation in hotels (2 people per room) with breakfast – Osh (2 nights)
execution of necessary documents (pass to the border zone)
climbing products
medical care at Base Camp (3,600 m) and Camp 1 (4,400 m)
luggage room in Base Camp and Camp 1, shower in Base Camp
meals – full board (3 meals a day, hot, varied meals from professional chefs, including vegetarian)
group equipment: ropes (if necessary) gas, gas stoves, kitchen sets
high-rise tents (2-3 people in a tent) in Camp 2 (5300 m) and Camp 3 (6100m)
cabins with heating in the Base Camp (3600 m) and Camp 1 (4400 m) for recreation, food and entertainment (music, photo viewing, guitar, etc.)
use of washbasins and toilets at Base Camp and Camp 1
electricity 220 V; 50 Hz
registration in the rescue squad.
Services at the Base Camp (under the program) and Camp 1:
accommodation in 2-person tents of the Base Camp for 2-3 people (the tents are equipped with wooden flooring, mattresses, there is electric lighting)
accommodation in 2-person tents of Camp 1 for 2-3 people (tents are equipped with wooden flooring, mattresses)

This is not included

international flights to Osh
climbing insurance
all additional deviations from the main route (individual transfer, additional nights in the hotel)
cost of porter services:
• Achik-Tash BL (3600m) – Camp 1 (4400 m): 3 USD / kg
• Camp 1 (4400m) – Camp 2 (5300 m): 6 USD / kg
• Camp 2 (5300m) – Camp 3 (6100 m): 8 USD / kg
• Camp 1 (4400 m) – Camp 3 (6100 m): 14 USD / kg drinks and food, not included in the main menu high-altitude cook, above the advanced base camp 4400
personal climbing equipment rental
food in cities
all personal expenses
climbing insurance (approx. 100 USD)
Lunches and dinners in the cities
high altitude porters in the mountains
satellite connection
Internet (WI FI) in L1 – 5 USD / hour
laundry services (washing machine) in BC – 5 USD / kg
bath in BC and L1 (capacity – 2-3 people) – 25 USD / hour

Good to know

Necessary clothes and shoes
warm down puff for -20 С
membrane jacket (Gore-tex)
trousers membrane (Gore-tex)
fleece pants or polartek material
fleece or polartek jacket
thermal underwear with moisture (thin and warm) – 2 pieces
Windblock gloves
Expedition mitts are the warmest
warm socks – 2-3 pairs
thin socks – 3-4 pairs
warm headdress
Climbing glasses with good sun protection
ski mask
shoe covers (lanterns) on boots
cap / hat from the sun
trekking trousers (for exits below)
T-shirts with short or long sleeves – 3 pcs
shorts, swimming trunks
rain cover
trekking boots or sneakers

Special equipment
double height boots for technical mountaineering
avalanche shovel
lower piping
Carabiner with clutch – 3-4 pieces
repshnur – (7 mm), length is 3 m.
trigger device
ice ax
ice screw (2 pieces)

Tourist equipment
sleeping bag – warm down or synthetics for a comfort temperature of -18 – 25С
insulating mat
70 liter backpack for climbing
backpack 40-50 liters – for acclimatization exits
trekking poles
thermos on 1-1,5 liters
water flask
headlamp, spare batteries
personal dishes for high altitude camps
sunscreen 50+
personal care products
personal first aid kit


For citizens of Russia, Ukraine and the Republic of Belarus, a visa is not required for visiting Kyrgyzstan. You need to have a passport for citizens of Russia. You can enter with a Russian passport.
To obtain permission from the frontier detachment to visit, you must provide us with the following data no later than 3 weeks before the ascent:
passport ID
Full name
Date of Birth

Moving under the program are carried out on comfortable minibuses on asphalt roads and all-wheel drive off-road SUVs

in the lower camps living in large tents with wooden flooring and mattresses for two people
in Camp 2 and Camp 3 nights in high-rise tents for 3 people
cabin tents- companies equipped with tables and chairs and heating stoves
in the city of Osh 2 nights in a 3 * hotel with breakfast

In Osh – food at your own expense in a cafe. In Bazlagere and Lager-1 meals are included in the cost of the program. At the exits and in the assault camps – cooking on their own, on the burners. Part of the necessary products will be purchased independently, part – for the assault camps are provided, they will need to be obtained in the Base Camp.

July, August is considered the high season for climbing Lenin Peak. At this time, the weather is most stable and the risk of unpleasant surprises is minimal. Nevertheless, one must be prepared for the weather with low temperatures (-150С, -200С) and wind on the night of ascent.


Insurance and medicine

It is necessary to have insurance with you with the amount of coverage not less than 50 000 USD. High-risk insurance, “mountaineering.” If in ordinary life you use medicines, then it is better to have them with you. For a list of necessary drugs for the program, ask the program manager.

A responsibility

Climbing Lenin Peak can be a danger to human health and life.
The program guide provides security only if the rules of ascent and safety of all participants are followed. Therefore, you must listen to the opinions and advice of the guide. During the program, and especially in critical situations, participants must fully and indisputably implement the recommendations and guides of the guide. All actions and decisions on the route during a situation that threatens the safety of participants are solely the responsibility of the guide. During all of our programs, guides and instructors carry with them the necessary group equipment, a mobile phone with the numbers of district rescue services, as well as a first-aid kit for first aid. Security for us remains the main condition for fulfilling obligations to the client!


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