Razdelnaya peak expedition

Razdelnaya peak expedition

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Climbing is cool. It’s fashionable. More and more people every year want to test their ability in the mountains. But not everyone is equally rich and healthy for such expeditions. One able to attempt the highest mountain peaks of the world, like Everest and Cho Oyu. Others choose in the middle, at the peaks of 7000m +. But even more climbers are attracted by the so-called trekking peaks with a height of 6000m +. We have a large list of climbing programs for such peaks. Most of them are located in the Nepal Himalayas. But in the season of 2019, the top-selling trekking peak climbing program became Razdelnaya peak (6148 m.) package. Why?

The phenomenon of organised camps

In the Himalayas, there are a lot of peaks that attract climbers. But when you look at the climbing program and see the words Base Camp, what does this mean? Does this mean that the Base Camp is an organised place where climbers can expect comfortable accommodation, food, Internet and other facilities? Not at all! Very often, this is just a point, from where the ascent to the top usually begins. Everything that you will need for sleeping, cooking, seating, eating etc., you have to bring with you, or your tour operator must deliver it there for you.

In the Kyrgyz mountains, this is not so. At the foot of Lenin Peak, Khan-Tengri Peak and Ala-Archa, comfortable base camps have been created, moreover in Ala-Archa, the hut can host climbers all year round. But back to Lenin Peak. Arriving in Osh by plane, having one backpack, with your personal belongings, in just a few hours you will find yourself in a comfortable Base Camp. Here, tents with beds are ready for you, food is prepared. The camp has electricity, internet and even a doctor.

Here you can rent most of the things you need to climb. Last season, for the first time, even high-altitude boots were offered for rent.

So, it remains only to climb to the top. But on the way to it there is the Advanced Base Camp almost as comfortable as a BC, and high-altitude camps with pre-installed tents, high-altitude food and kitchen utensils. All this greatly reduces the level of requirements for climbers. Reduces climbing time and program cost. Here’s the answer to the question: why last seasons Peak Razdelnaya appeared among the best-selling destinations.

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Communism Peak and Korzhenevskaya Peak expedition 2023

Communism Peak and Korzhenevskaya Peak expedition 2023

Communism Peak and Korzhenevskaya Peak expedition, Ismoil Somoni Peak

Восхождение на пики Коммунизма и Корженевской

Prices in 2023 (per person)
 
Self guided
Complete package
3500 U$
Optimal package
3300 U$
Economical package
2500 U$


Helicopter flights schedule 2023

July

12

29

August

08

26

Communism (Ismoil Somoni) Peak (7495 m) and Korzhenevskaya (7105 m) Peak expedition. Mountaineering program 2023. Packages.

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Price – 3500 U$/pax / 3300 U$/pax / 2500 U$/pax

Supplier of services: ClimberCA International Consortium. About Us
+7771 4674193 – telegram; +7966 0655344 – whatsapp/viber
e-mail – your.climberca@ya.ru
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Price of complete package includes:

– Meeting/seeing-off at the airport in Dushanbe
– Accommodation in Dushanbe (2 nights) Hotel
– Transfer Dushanbe – airport Djirgital and back
– Helicopter flight Djirgital – BC Moskvina – Djirgital
– Accommodation in Djirgital (1 night)
– Accommodation in BC (heated room)
– Meal in BC
– Set of high altitude food
– Free usage of hot shower and sauna, toilet and cloak-room at BC
– Infrastructure of BC (TV, charging, storage roomn)
– Consultation about itenerary
– First aid
– Registration with local Rescue Party
– Rent of ultra-short wave radios during ascents
– Usage of fixed ropes on the route
– Accommodation in high altitude camps 5300/5800
– Official registration with authorities of Tadzikistan
– Ecology fee
– Border permit

Price of optimal package includes:
– Meeting/seeing-off at the airport in Dushanbe
– Accommodation in Dushanbe (2 nights) guest house
– Transfer Dushanbe – airport Djirgital and back
– Helicopter flight Djirgital – BC Moskvina – Djirgital
– Accommodation in Djirgital (1 night)
Accommodation in BC (tents)
– Meal in BC
– Set of high altitude food
– Free usage of hot shower and sauna, toilet and cloak-room at BC
– Infrastructure of BC (TV, charging, storage roomn)
– Consultation about itenerary
– First aid
– Registration with local Rescue Party
– Rent of ultra-short wave radios during ascents
– Usage of fixed ropes on the route
– Official registration with authorities of Tadzikistan
– Ecology fee
– Border permit

Price of economical package includes:
– Meeting/seeing-off at the airport in Dushanbe
– Transfer Dushanbe – airport Djirgital and back
– Helicopter flight Djirgital – BC Moskvina – Djirgital
– Free usage of hot shower and sauna, toilet and cloak-room at BC
– Infrastructure of BC (TV, charging, storage roomn)
– Consultation about itenerary
– First aid
– Registration with local Rescue Party
– Rent of ultra-short wave radios during ascents
– Usage of fixed ropes on the route
– Official registration with authorities of Tadzikistan
– Ecology fee
– Border permit

Prices does not include:
– Visa application
– Guide and porter services
– Equipment rental
– Gas cylinders
– International flight
– Alcoholic drinks
– Personal expenses (insurance, aircraft overload, etc.)

Additional service in BC
– New gas canisters (230 mg) – 10 USD/gas canister (reduction 2 USD for return of used canister)
– Internet – 5 USD per hour
– Rent of high altitude tent – 80 USD per program
– Accommodation in already installed altitude tent – 80 USD per tent per night
– Set of altitude food – 120 USD per set
– Breakfast – 20 USD, Lunch – 25 USD, Dinner – 25 USD

Guides
Guide service according a program on Korzhevskaya Peak – 2000 USD per program (1 guide is working max with 3 pax)
Guide service according a program on Communism Peak – 2500 USD per program (1 guide is working max with 3 pax)
Guide service per day: on Korzhevskaya Peak – 140 USD per day, on Communism Peak – 170 USD per day

Porters:
– (4200 – 5300 м) – 10 USD/kg,
– (5300 – 5800 м) – 14 USD/kg,
– (5800 – 6300 м) – 20 USD/kg,

For further information and to booking please contact us via
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Ismoil Somoni Peak (Communism Peak) satellite informationn

Ismoil Somoni Peak (Communism Peak) is the highest mountain in Tajikistan and in the former Soviet Union (elevation 7,495 m, prominence 3,402 m Coordinates 38°55’00”N 72°01’00”E), recently named after Ismoil Somoni, the ancestor of the Samanid dynasty.

When the existence of a peak in the Soviet Pamir Mountains higher than Lenin Peak (now called Ibn Sina Peak) was first established in 1928, the mountain was tentatively identified with Garmo Peak; but as the result of the work of further Soviet expeditions, it became clear by 1932 that they were not the same, and in 1933 the new peak, from the Akademiya Nauk Range, was named Stalin Peak, after Joseph Stalin.

In 1962, the name was changed to Communism Peak, and in 1998 to its current name.

The first ascent was made in 1933 by the Soviet mountaineer Yevgeniy Abalakov.


Peak Korzhenevskaya satellite information

Peak Korzhenevskaya is the third highest peak (elevation 7,105 m, prominence 1,650 m) in the Pamir Mountains of Tajikistan. It is one of the five “Snow Leopard Peaks” in the territory of the former Soviet Union. It is named after Evgenia Korzhenevskaya, the wife of Russian geographer Nikolai L. Korzhenevskiy, who discovered the peak in August 1910.

Due to transliteration and declension issues the peak’s name is rendered in many different ways, including Korzhenevski, Korzhenevskoi, and Korzhenievsky.

Peak Korzhenevskaya lies about 13 km (8 mi) north of Ismoil Somoni Peak (formerly Communism Peak), the highest point of the Pamirs in the territory of the former Soviet Union. It forms the end of the northwest fork of the Akademiya Nauk Range, the north-south trending subrange which forms the core of the Pamirs. It rises on the south bank of the Muksu River, and to the west of the peak is the Fortambek Glacier. While most of the Akademiya Nauk Range is in Tajikistan’s Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province (GBAO), Peak Korzhenevskaya is located a little to the west of the GBAO line, in Jirgatol district (Region of Republican Subordination).

Peak Korzhenevskaya is one of the five 7,000 m peaks of the former Soviet Union (this counts Khan Tengri, which is more often given as 6,995 m) that were required for a climber to be awarded the Snow Leopard award, the highest honor given to Soviet mountaineers. It is usually said to be the second easiest of these peaks to climb, after Lenin Peak. However it is not a easy mountain; its rise above local terrain rivals that of Ismoil Somoni Peak, since it is closer to the deep valley of the Muksu River.

In 1937 D. Gushchin led an attempt on the peak which reached the lower summit (6,910 m).

Korzhenevskaya was first climbed in 1953 by a party led by A. Ugarov; the summit team comprised Ugarov, B. Dimitriev, A. Goziev, A. Kovyrkov, L. Krasavin, E. Ryspajev, R. Sielidzanov, and P. Skorobogatov. They approached via the Fortambek Glacier, to the Korzhenevsky glacier, and thence to the north ridge.

Partly since it is required for the Snow Leopard award, Peak Korzhenevskaya has been climbed many times; it is the second most frequented major peak in the Pamirs, after Lenin Peak. A base camp on the moraine of the Moskvin Glacier, and helicopter access, make this possible. Peak Korzhenevskaya has been climbed from almost every direction, including a first winter ascent in 1986; most of these ascents were by Russians. The most common current route on the mountain ascends from the south and attains the summit ridge from the west side.


Sources:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ismoil_Somoni_Peak
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peak_Korzhenevskaya

Mountaineering in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan Mountaineering. Mountaineering in Kyrgyzstan

More info in Russian

Climb Lenin Peak
Climb Lenin Peak Expedition
(7.134 m)
Khan-Tengri Peak Expedition (7010 m)
Khan-Tengri Peak Expedition
(7.010 m)
Pobeda Peak Expedition (7.439 m)
Pobeda Peak Expedition
(7.439 m)

Contents

  1. Experienced Climbing in Ala-Archa
  2. Pamiro–Alai, Turkestan Ridge
  3. Asian Patagonia of Pamiro-Alay. Experienced Technical Climbing
Ibn Sina Lenin Peak routes
Ibn Sina Lenin Peak routes

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Your guides

Ilyas TuhvatullinWe recommend your group to be accompanied by one or more Mountain Guides of ClimberCA consortium, made under the direction of Ilyas Tuhvatullin. For further information and booking please e-mail us your@climberca.com

Ala Archa Mountaineering school

Ala Archa Mountaineering School

Key Information:
Tour Duration: 2 – 7 day(s)
Group Size: 1 – 6 people
Destination: Kyrgyzstan   
Category: Rock climbing and mountaineering
Specialty: Ice, Mountain, Rock  
Min Price: 500 USD per person
Max Price: 970 USD per person 

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More info in Russian

The Ala Archa National Park is an alpine national park in the Tian Shan mountains of Kyrgyzstan, established in 1976 and located approximately 40 km south of the capital city of Bishkek. The park, which includes the gorge of the Ala-Archa River and the mountains surrounding it, is a popular destination point for weekend picnicers, hikers, horse trekkers, skiers as well as mountain climbers looking for challenging ice, rock and mixed routes. The park is open year round, although the most popular season is late summer and early fall. Every May 1st, the Alpinada festival sees hundreds of people camp out in the valley and climb Peak Komsomolets.

In Kyrgyz, the archa, which gives the park its name, is a bright or many-colored juniper which the Kyrgyz people have traditionally held in special esteem, using smoke from its burning wood to chase away evil spirits. However, the archa is not supposed to be planted near the home, because it is believed gradually to sap the energy from human beings living close-by.

The park covers about 200 square kilometers, and its altitude ranges from about 1,500 meters at the entrance to a maximum of 4,895 meters at Peak Semenova Tian-Shanski, the highest peak in the Kyrgyz Ala-tau range of the Tian Shan. There are more than 20 small and large glaciers and some 50 mountain peaks within the park. Two smaller rivers, the Adygene and the Ak-Sai, originate from these glaciers’ melting waters. The Adygene gorge is a beautifully wooded valley, with waterfalls, springs and abundant trout. A small reservoir on the Kargay-Bulak river was built to study the Amu Darya trout. Other wildlife includes the very rare snow leopard (in Kyrgyz: “ilbirs”) on the alpine meadows and snowfields above 2,500 m elevation, wild goats, roe deer and marmots.

There is a nominal fee for entering the park. Past the gate the road continues 12 km to a small collection of buildings, including one newly renovated lodge. At the end of the road, up a trail to the left (East), lies the Ak-Sai Glacier. The region’s most famous peaks rise from the Ak-Sai glacier, including Korona (4860m) and Free Korea (4740m). To the west of Ala Archa Valley is a trail to the Adygene valley where a climbers’ cemetery is located. A third main trail continues down the center of the Ala-Archa valley for 10 km to an old, now abandoned, ski area and numerous other 4000m peaks.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ala_Archa_National_Park

In Ala-Archa we offer following routes:
Svobodnaya (Free) (6510 m) peak. North face
Korona (Crown) (4810 m) group. North face
Korona (Crown) (4810 m) group. South face
Korona (Crown) (4810 m) group from West side
1 st tower of Korona (Crown)

 
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“Mountaineering school” in Ala-Archa National Park

Novice climber (7-days program)

Day 1- Transfer to Ala-Archa gorge, trek to Ak-Sai canyon, accommodation in “Light House”.
The survey course in Modern equipment and its applying and Knots.
Day 2- Rock climbing training: Types of belay survey; climbing with top roping. Survey course in Dangers in mountains and Weather.
Day 3- Ice climbing training: Moving along the snow and ice relief using crampons. Moving along the close glacier in tied. Organization of belay on the snow and ice relief. Climbing and descending on the ice slope in tied. Rescue from the crevices.
Day 4- Ascent (F).
Day 5- Rock climbing training: Methods of belay; use the local stations; multi pitches; collective belay.
Day 6- Ascent (PD).
Day 7- Trek down, transfer to Bishkek.

Price

The price of the program is 970 USD per person.

The price includes:
• transportation Bishkek – Ala-Archa – Bishkek;
• the organization of mountain ascents (rescue squad, mountain instructor);
• forming certificate;
• accommodation in “Light House” hut (6 nights);
• full board (3 times per day; in the days of climbing or outdoor training – lunch-box will be given);
• enter fee;
• group equipment: rope, rock and ice pitons (all equipment on the entry level).
• radio communications during the climbing;
• first aid kit and first aid.

The price does not include:
• International flight to Bishkek and back;
• Food & accommodation in Bishkek
• Personal climbing equipment

Equipment needed

Backpack 50 liters; sleeping bag; warm cloth; gloves; hat; sunscreen glasses; shoes for the crampons; harness; helmet; carabine with lock – 5 pieces; descender; crampons; ice axe; cordelette – 5 meters; telescopic stick; flask – 0,5 liter; lantern.

Optional two-days programs of “Novice climber”

Option 1.
Day 1: Chunkurchak canyon.
The survey course in Modern equipment and its applying and Knots.
Rock climbing training: Types of belay; climbing with top type of belay.
Day 2: Chunkurchak canyon.
Rock climbing training: Methods of belay; use the local stations; multi pitches; collective belay.

Equipment: Backpack 30 liters; belay system; helmet; shoes for climbing; carabine with clutch – 5 pieces; belay; descender; auxiliary rope – 5 meters. 

Option 2.
Day 1: Climbing to “Light House”.
The survey course in Modern equipment and its applying and Knots.
Day 2: Ice climbing training: Moving along the snow and ice relief using crampons. Moving along the close glacier in tied. Organization of belay on the snow and ice relief. Climbing and descending on the ice slope in tied. Rescue from the crack.

Equipment: : Backpack 50 liters; sleeping bag; warm cloth; gloves; hat; sunscreen glasses; shoes for the crampons; belay system; helmet; carabine with clutch – 5 pieces; descender; crampons; ice axe; auxiliary rope – 5 meters; telescopic stick; flask – 1 liter; lantern.

Option 3.
Day 1. Climbing to “Light House”.
Survey course in Dangers in mountains and Weather.
Day 2. Ascension (AD).

Equipment: : Backpack 50 liters; sleeping bag; warm cloth; gloves; hat; sunscreen glasses; shoes for the crampons; belay system; helmet; carabine with clutch – 5 pieces; descender; crampons; ice axe; auxiliary rope – 5 meters; telescopic stick; flask – 1 liter; lantern.

Intermediate Climber (7-days program)

Day 1 – Trek to “Light House”. The survey course in planning of climbing & Radio traffic.
Day 2 – Rock climbing: Interaction ligaments on the rocky relief. The use of double rope.
Day 3 – Ascension (PD).
Day 4 – The survey course in Moving of injured person on the difficult relief.
Day 5 – Ascension (AD-)
Day 6 – Ascension (Pd+)
Day 7 – Trek down, transfer to Bishkek.

Price

The price of the program is 970 USD per person.

 
The price includes:
• transport Bishkek – Ala-Archa – Bishkek;
• the organization of mountain ascents (rescue squad, mountain instructor);advance2
• forming certificate;
• accommodation in “Light House” hut (6 nights);
• full board (3 times per day; in the days of climbing or afternoon lessons given a lunch-box);
• enter fee;
• group equipment: rope, rock and ice pitons (all equipment on the entry level).
• radio communications during the climbing;
• first aid kit and first aid.

The price does not include:
• International flight to Bishkek and back;
• Food & accommodation in Bishkek
• Personal climbing equipment

Equipment needed

Backpack 50 liters; sleeping bag; warm cloth; gloves; hat; sunscreen glasses; shoes for the crampons; harness; helmet; carabine with lock – 5 pieces; descender; crampons; ice axe; cordelette – 5 meters; telescopic stick; flask – 0,5 liter; lantern.

Optional two-days programs of “Intermediate climber”

Option 1.
Day 1. Climbing to “Light House”. The survey course in Rescue work in the mountains.
Day 2. Ascent (PD).

Equipment: : Backpack 50 liters; sleeping bag; warm cloth; gloves; hat; sunscreen glasses; shoes for the crampons; belay system; helmet; carabine with clutch – 5 pieces; descender; crampons; ice axe; auxiliary rope – 5 meters; telescopic stick; flask – 1 liter; lantern.

Option 2.
Day 1. Climbing to “Light House”. The survey course in Transportation the victim on complex terrain forces a small group.
Day 2. Ascent (AD-).

Equipment: : Backpack 50 liters; sleeping bag; warm cloth; gloves; hat; sunscreen glasses; shoes for the crampons; belay system; helmet; carabine with clutch – 5 pieces; descender; crampons; ice axe; auxiliary rope – 5 meters; telescopic stick; flask – 1 liter; lantern.

Option 3.
Day 1. Climbing to “Light House”. Ice climbing. The survey course in The interaction of ligaments. Salvation of the cracks.
Day 2. Ascent (AD).

Equipment: : Backpack 50 liters; sleeping bag; warm cloth; gloves; hat; sunscreen glasses; shoes for the crampons; belay system; helmet; carabine with clutch – 5 pieces; descender; crampons; ice axe; auxiliary rope – 5 meters; telescopic stick; flask – 1 liter; lantern.

Advanced Climber (7-days program)

Day 1 – Trek to “Light House”. The survey course in Rescue work in the mountains. Role of the Leader.
Day 2 – The survey course in Transportation the victim on complex terrain forces a small group.
Day 3 – Ascension Ratseka Peak (3900m). D
Day 4 – The survey course in Interaction ligaments. Salvation from cracks.
Day 5 – Ascension to the Korona Peak (4810 m.) D
Day 6 – Ascension to the Ratseka Peak(3900m). D
Day 7 – Trek down, transfer to Bishkek.
 

Price

The price of the program is 970 USD per person.

 
The price includes:
• transport Bishkek – Ala-Archa – Bishkek;
• the organization of mountain ascents (rescue squad, mountain instructor);advance2
• forming certificate;
• accommodation in “Light House” hut (6 nights);
• full board (3 times per day; in the days of climbing or afternoon lessons given a lunch-box);
• enter fee;
• group equipment: rope, rock and ice pitons (all equipment on the entry level).
• radio communications during the climbing;
• first aid kit and first aid.

The price does not include:
• International flight to Bishkek and back;
• Food & accommodation in Bishkek
• Personal climbing equipment

Equipment needed

Backpack 50 liters; sleeping bag; warm cloth; gloves; hat; sunscreen glasses; shoes for the crampons; harness; helmet; carabine with lock – 5 pieces; descender; crampons; ice axe; cordelette – 5 meters; telescopic stick; flask – 0,5 liter; lantern.

Optional two-days programs of “Advanced climber”

Option 1.
Day 1. Climbing to “Light House”.
The survey course in Rescue work in the mountains.
Day 2. Ascension to the Ratseka Peak(3900m.) D.

Equipment: Backpack 50 liters; sleeping bag; warm cloth; gloves; hat; sunscreen glasses; shoes for the crampons; belay system; helmet; carabine with clutch – 5 pieces; descender; crampons; ice axe; auxiliary rope – 5 meters; telescopic stick; flask – 1 liter; lantern.

Option 2.
Day 1. Climbing to “Light House”.
Lecture: The survey course in Transportation the victim on complex terrain forces a small group.
Day 2. Ascension to the Korona Peak (4810m.) D.

Equipment: Backpack 50 liters; sleeping bag; warm cloth; gloves; hat; sunscreen glasses; shoes for the crampons; belay system; helmet; carabine with clutch – 5 pieces; descender; crampons; ice axe; auxiliary rope – 5 meters; telescopic stick; flask – 1 liter; lantern. 

Option 3.
Day 1. Climbing to “Light House”.
Ice climbing. The survey course in The interaction of ligaments. Salvation of the cracks.
Day 2. Ascension to the Izyskatel Peak (3900 m.) D.

Equipment: Backpack 50 liters; sleeping bag; warm cloth; gloves; hat; sunscreen glasses; shoes for the crampons; belay system; helmet; carabine with clutch – 5 pieces; descender; crampons; ice axe; auxiliary rope – 5 meters; telescopic stick; flask – 1 liter; lantern.