Trek in Fann mountains with a climbing attempt of Zamok peak (5070) and Energy peak (5120)

Trek in Fann mountains with a climbing attempt of Zamok peak (5070) and Energy peak (5120)

Zamok peak

Fann Mountains are beautiful mountains, with a few summits above 5000 m, culminating at Chimtarga peak (5489 m). They are located in Western Tajikistan, near the Uzbek border (and Samarkand). They usually enjoy sunny, stable weather during the summer. The Fann Mountains have recently been “discovered” by western trekking agencies.  We offer you one of the most picturesque treks with the opportunity to attempt two peaks in the area Zamok, peak (5070) and Energy peak (5120м).

1/2 days: Arrival to Dushanbe. Meeting at the airport. Excursions. Accommodation – hotel.
3 day: Dushanbe-Artuch (1850м).
4 day: Artuch – Kulikalon lakes (2800).
5 day: Kulikalon lakes – Alaoudin pass (3800м) – Alaudin lakes (2750м).
6 day: Alaudinsky lakes – Moutniy lakes (3500).
7 day: Preparation to an attempt of Zamok peak (5070).
8 day: Attempt of Zamok peak (5070).
9 day: Move to Chimtarga pass (4500).
10 day: Attempt of Energy peak (5120м).
11 day: Descent to Muddy lake.
12 день: Moutniy – Kaznok pass (4040м) – Arg gorge (2800м).
13 день: Arg gorge – Saritag (2350).
14 день: Saritag – Iskanderkul lake (2200).
15 день: Iskanderkul – Dushanbe.
16 день: Departure.

Price: under request.

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Trekking to the Khan Tengri BC. Basic program

Trekking to the Khan Tengri BC. Basic program

The trek to BC «South Inylchek» 4100m : Russian >>>

Trip features: Trek. Visits to Base Camps Southern Inilchek and Karkara, high altitude trekking camps (2800 m. – 4000 m. a.s.l.).

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Trekking to Base Camp + Khan-Tengri expedition. Acclimatization trek to BC «South Inylchek» 4100m + mountaineering program Available >>>

In the season 2024 we will set up permanent tent camps all along the itinerary. It makes a tour so easy for trekkers.

If you book this trekking tour, you can stay in our tent camps all along the tour!

It makes your journey so much easier – no need to carry all heavy tents, pots, plates and other kitchen equipment, as well as food for the whole trek.
It makes your trip cheaper – you don’t need to hire porters, cooks and so on.
It makes your tour safer – you have connection in every camp. Upon arrival you will get a map with the route and all the tent camps marked, as well as a brochure describing the itinerary in details.
It makes the vacations more comfortable – every night you will stay in a warm tent; eating hot delicious European and national food.

Note: please take into consideration schedule of helicopter flights and plan your program according to the schedule.

Khan Tengri fixed dates and + trek

The threk program:

Tour is possible in the period: from 5th of July and 30th of August in 2024.

Day 1. “Manas” international airport – Bishkek – Karkara BC.
Drive: 480 km. / 8 hrs. / + 1200 m. Upon arrival to the international airport “Manas” meet local guide and driver and transfer to Bishkek city. Upon arrival accommodation at the hotel (early check-in is included). After rest and breakfast we start our trip. The road is going through Boom gorge and further along the north shore of Issyk-Kul lake. Lunch en route at a local cafe. The drive from lunch place will take us about 3 hours. The road passes through Tup village, then continues East towards checkpoint Karkyra. As we are going to enter the border zone, we must show our border-permits and passports to the soldier on duty. Dinner and overnight in tents.

Overnight and dinner in Karkara Base camp (2200 m. a.s.l.).

Day 2. Karkara Base Camp. Acclimatization hiking to Chymyn Sai pass
Trek 10 km, 4-5 h, +/- 500 m. Easy walk through the alpine area to Chymyn-Sai pass. You will walk along the border between Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, then start ascent to the pass 2700 m, from the pass you will see the entire Karkara valley, whole Char Kuduk area and Tup gorge. The hike is not difficult and allows hikers to prepare for hiegher altitudes, also it requires a clear knowledge of the route from the guide. The trail goes along a wide gorge settled by yurts of nomads, and presenting a good chance to see the the life way of dissappearing culture.

Dinner and overnight in Karkara Base camp (2200 m. a.s.l.).

Day 3. Helicopter flight to Inylchek Valley, trek to Iva Camp.
Trek 10 km, 3-4 h, +100 m. Breakfast. Helicopter flight to trek start point in Inylchek Valley to a place which called Prijim. Then we trek up along valley to the foot of Inylchek glacier. On the way you can see Nansen peak (5690 m) and Tuz pass (4001 m).

In 1902, Nansen peak was noticed by the German geographer Gottfried Merzbacher. Even he, who had seen the panorama of many mountains on the globe, such as the Alps, the Caucasus, the Himalayas and Karkorum, had a feeling of surprise and delight at the sight of the giant ridge that bounded the valley of Inylchek from the South. Its mighty snow-capped peaks of the most varied sculptural forms, of which the creative forces of nature are capable, are visible all the way from West to East. And in his opinion-this is one of the greatest Alpine paintings of the globe. “Among all the proud phalanx, the most magnificent is the peak that rises opposite the Tuz Ashu pass. It is difficult to conjure up a picture of the mighty, extended slopes of this giant, the wildness of its many crests, the splendor of the rapid glaciers, cut into a thousand different shapes and broken into endless fragments. I do not hesitate to extol this wonderful mountain range as the greatest in the Tien Shan mountains. He should certainly be given an appropriate name, ” wrote Merzbacher.

Dinner and overnight in tents (2900 m. a.s.l.).

Day 4. Iva Camp – Glina camp.
Trek 8 km, 5-6 h, +200 m. The Inylchek Glacier is the largest glacier and centerpiece of the Central Tien Shan. Extending 62 km in length with a width of over 3 km, the Inylchek Glacier is the third longest glacier outside the Polar Regions. It is estimated that the glacier holds enough ice to cover the entire country of Kyrgyzstan in three meters of melt water (Stewart, 2002). The first outside to travel into the area and visit the glacier was the European Pyotr Semenov in 1857. Climbing in the area began in the early 1900’s and continued through the 1930’s. Under Soviet rule, the permitting system restricted foreign access. It was not until after the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 that foreign climbers began to climb in the area (Stewart, 2002).

Breakfast. We take our lunch boxes and leave at about 9 am. Very steep ascents and descents take exhaust. We will try to go through to the right slope of the terrace. The trail crosses the terrace, later small rivers, washes out mountain slope, Putevodnyi glacier. We go up and down, up and down all the time. Lunch on the glacier at about 1 pm. Then we ascent another steep terrace along a narrow trail. The variety of terrains and the steepness of the slope trails will add some more adrenaline in blood. Arriving in Glina Camp we will have some tea or coffee and rest. The camp has got its name (which means “clay” in Russian) because of its location on a green clay field. Dinner at 6 pm

Overnight in tents (3100 m. a.s.l.).

Day 5. Camp Glina – Merzbacher Glade.
Trek: 9 km. / 5-6 h. / +300 m.
Breakfast at 9 am. Again we trek up and down various terraces though have also about 10 km of straight path. Only once we trek across a small glacier, passing a river and have lunch on the shore of a small lake, swim and rest. It will be an hour left to get to the Camp. Upon arrival we have some tea or coffee, then dinner at 6 pm. Wonderful views of Merzbacher lake open to us from the Camp. Merzbacher glade is the last grassy place in the area located just across the unique Merzbacher Lake. There is a scientific research station on the glacier. Scientists from all over the world come working here every summer. They study glaciers moving, meteorological situation of the region and the lake Merzbacher itself. There is a large green area around which is flat enough for camping. Overnight in tents (3400 m. a.s.l.).

Day 6. Merzbacher Lake.
Trek: 10 km. / 4-5 h.
Breakfast at 9 am. We take our lunch boxes and leave at 10 am. Across South Inylchek glacier up to Mertzbacher Lake. The glacier terrain is ice covered with rocks and stones, sand and mud. The trekking time both ways is 4-5 hours. Sandwiched between the Northern and Southern branches of the glacier lies the mysterious Merzbacher Lake, which form every summer and then, sometime in August, burst through the ice banks and the waters flow into the Inylchek River. (Actually, the timing varies – for example in 2012 it happened on 10,July.) In reality, only part of the lake drains – the lake, which is 6 kilometres long and one kilometre wide, is in fact divided into two by a bridge of ice and whilst the lower half empties regularly, the upper part is always full of water. Also, the lakes empty twice a year – once in the summer and once in the winter – but most people only know about the summer event. In 1903 the German geographer and mountaineer, Gottfried Merzbacher, first discovered the lake while leading an expedition into the Tian Shan Mountains aiming to reach the summit of Khan Tengri. Forced back by ice, from their originally intended route through the Byankol Pass and along the Semyenov and Mushketov glaciers, they attempted a different approach – along the Enilchek glacier. Once again they failed, but they had shown that Khan Tengri was in fact on a ridge and not in the centre of that particular knot of the Tian Shan Mountains as had been thought. The expedition will be better remembered, however, for the discovery of the mysterious lake that now bears Merzbacher’s name. Overnight in tents (3400 m. a.s.l.).

Day 7.  Merzbacher Glade – Komsomolskiy Glacier.
Trek: 12 km. / 4-6 h. / +400 m.
  Breakfast at 8 am. We take our lunch boxes and set off at 9 am. It is a long day of trekking surrounded with beautiful landscapes – snow, rocks and multi-colored ice – black, white and sometimes even striped. The first part of our trek goes along the right side over terraces and, right before we reach Shokalskyi glacier it smoothly goes down. The trail reaches the glacier and the black moraine which flows out of Komsomolez glacier. We follow it up to the glacier itself. The terrain is very diverse: rivers, crevices, ascents and descents, the hikes around those take much time and energy. It will be our first night at the glacier. Strong wind usually starts here after 4 pm. It might be much colder than before. Hot drinks are very helpful here, the dinner is as usual at 6 pm. Overnight in tents (3800 m. a.s.l.).

Day 8. Komsomolskiy Glacier – Dikiy Glacier. Trek: 7 km. / 3-5 h. / +100 m.   Breakfast at 8 am. Departure at 9 am Lunch boxes. Trekking in this part of Tien Shan is absolutely fabulous. The distinctive characteristic of the region is a great number of nameless peaks, unclimbed yet, about 5000m above sea level high. Straight from the camp we cross Proletarsky glacier moraine, get to the middle of Dikyi glacier moraine and walk along it up to the Dykyi glacier. The first part of the way is uneven, we walk up and down. Closer to the glacier the moraine becomes more even, without so many crevices, creeks and, no needs of working around to escape crossing small streams. Lunch break. In front of Proletarsky glacier we go up straight. Dikyi camp is located behind Pesnya Abaya peak (in 30 minutes). From Dikyi camp you have beautiful view of Khan Tengri, Pobeda, Gorky, Chapaev, Trehglavaya peaks. Tea, coffee and dinner at 6 pm. Overnight in tents (3900 m. a.s.l.).

Day 9. Dikiy glacier – South Inylchek base camp.
Trek: 8 km. / 4-6 h. / +200 m.
 Optionally: Climbing to Pesnya Abaya – 4901 a.s.l. Breakfast at 8 or 9 am. Short trek,so we can depart at 10 am. We take our lunch boxes. We cross the whole glacier till the central moraine where the base camp is situated. The path is covered with rocks, ice, creeks, lakes and cracks. But it is possible to do without any ropes and crampons. We arrive in the base camp (4000m) at about 2 pm. We have our lunch, tea or coffee. Dinner at 7 pm. INYLCHEK Base Camp is ideally situated in the heart of North Tien-Shan at the South Inylchek glacier approximately at 4000 m. above the sea level. It has a picturesque view of Khan-Tengri ( 7010 m .) and Pobeda ( 7439 m .) peaks. Overnight in BC in tents (4100 m. a.s.l.).

Day 10. South Inylchek base camp. Rest day at South Inylchek BC or radial hiking to Khan-Tengri. “South Inylchek” BC is open from 3 of July till 30 of August every year and might be interesting not only for alpinists, but also for usual travelers, who would like to enjoy the views of beautiful mountains on the flight by helicopter. The beautiful pyramid of Khan Tengri is without doubt the Jewel of the Tien Shan. It is the second highest mountain in this most northerly and remote of the great Asian mountain ranges. Among the local people, the white peaks are known as ‘The Mountains of Heaven’. Khan Tengri peak was first climbed by a Soviet expedition in 1931, via the West Col and West Ridge. Since then, most of its ridges and faces have been climbed – all by Soviet teams. Overnight in tents.

Day 11. Helicopter flight to Karkara helicopter pad – Issyk Kul Lake. Drive: 200 km. / 3 h. / -2500 m.Breakfast. Helicopter flight from BC to Karkara helicopter pad. Transfer to Issyk-Kul Lake. In the afternoon three hour drive to the Issyk-Kul Lake, lunch on the way. Issyk-Kul is the second largest alpine lake in the world after Lake Titicaca in South America. Measuring 182 km long by 58 km wide, the lake appeared as a result of volcanic activity. It is heated from below by thermal activity and never freezes even in the depths of winter. In the summer the water temperature reaches 25-28 degrees centigrade (warmer than the air) and you can swim in the lake enclosed on all sides by the snowy peaks of the Tien Shan Mountains. Extremely deep and nicely warm over the centuries the lake has been something of an oasis in this inhospitable mountain environment. With diverse flora and fauna Issyk-Kul Lake and the surrounding environments are rightly considered to be one of Central Asia most remarkable locations. Arrival to the hotel. Overnight and dinner in hotel.

Day 12. Issyk- Kul – Bishkek.
Drive: 250 km. / 5-6 h. / -800 m.
Breakfast. Time at leisure. Lunch. In the afternoon transfer to Bishkek through tight Boom Gorge where boisterous Chu River, so much loved by rafters (routes up to 6th category difficulty!), cuts its way. On the way visit Burana Tower (old minaret) near Tokmok town. That minaret was constructed in Balasagyn town; one of the capitals of Karakhanid State existed in 11-12 centuries AD. Explore ruins of that important trading point at the Great Silk Road and visit a little local museum telling about that civilization. Also watch a collection of Balbals, Turkic ancient tombs. Arrival to Bishkek. Accommodation in hotel.

Day 13. Sightseeing tour in Bishkek.  After breakfast a short sightseeing tour in the city. The capital and industrial centre of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek is a city of wide avenues, handsome buildings and Soviet heritage. It is the permanently snow capped Kyrgyz Alatau mountain range which towers over Bishkek providing a quite stunning backdrop. Visit Manas Monument, the main national hero of the Kyrgyz people. Then excursion to the State History Museum and walking tour around main Ala Too Square to watch ceremony of changing of the Guard of Honor, Independence Monument, and finish at the Old Square with Government House. Transfer to the Victory Square to finish the city tour by short excursion there. After excursion tourists may go shopping in the largest department store in the city – ZUM and a colorful oriental bazaar. Farewell dinner in restaurant. Overnight is in hotel

Day 14. Flight back home. Drive: 40 km. / 1 h.  Early in the morning transfer to the airport. Departure back home.

End of our service.

The price:

Upon request

The price includes:
– Accommodation on TWIN/DBL base at hotels and tents – 14 nights.
– Meals – full board (B – 14, L – 13, D – 13) including cook services during trekking days.
– Transport services from arrival till departure.
– Porter services (The packed weight of your trek bag while trekking should be no more than 12 kg of personal belongings. 1kg extra – 12 $ per for the program).
– Bottled water (1 liter/day/pax) during trekking part – boiled water (please take your flasks).
– Entrance and ecological fees during all the tour.
– Border permit to pass Karkara border zone
– Guide services

The cost doesn’t include:
– Single supplement in hotels / tents.
– Meals not included in the program, alcohol beverages.
– Insurances.
– Sleeping bags.
– All airfares.
– Photo/video fees at museums.
– Personal expenses, tips, porter fee in hotels.
– Visa and visa support fee (if necessary).

Luggage allowance

Luggage allowance on trek – Your baggage on the trek will be carried by porters. The packed weight of your trek bag whilst trekking should be no more than 12 kg of personal belongings. For 1kg extra you pay 12 USD per program (the whole trek). It is possible to leave travel clothes or other items not required on trek in our office – we will deliver them to Karkara Camp on your arrival there after BC.

For this trip you will need the following:

– 4 season sleeping bag,
– walking boots,
– waterproof jacket and trousers,
– fleece jacket or similar,
– warm hat and gloves,
– sunglasses,
– a daypack of around 40 liters,
– head-torch and batteries,
– 2 x 1 liter water bottles,
– sun cream.

A down jacket, pair of sandals and walking sticks are recommended.

Spring in Komorchek trekking programm in Kyrgyzstan

Spring in Komorchek trekking programm in Kyrgyzstan

 Join us for only -1100 USD per person.

Dates: from 21th May till 29th May

Activity: Trekking

Price: 1100 USD per person


Day 1: Arrival in Bishkek. Hotel.
After a rest we will make a sightseeing in Bishkek. At Ala-Too square the natural beauty of Kyrgyzstan becomes instantly apparent with the snow capped peaks clearly visible in the distance. As we continue our tour you will be able to get an impression of the city’s architecture as we visit the local landmarks, green city parks, open-air painting gallery, historical museum and much more. (B/ L).

Day 2. Transfer to the in Ala-Archa natural preserve (40 km), where we will take a hike to acclimatize for trekking. The Ala Archa Gorge is one of the most beloved recreation areas for city-dwellers and travelers alike. Here one can also see the highest point of the Kyrgyz Mountains –Semjonova-Tjanshanskogo Peak (4895 m). Return to Bishkek. Hotel accommodations. (B/ L).

Day 3. Transfer in the Boom Gorge.
Our path goes through a narrow, rocky labyrinth with steep walls at the end of which we will find ourselves in a broad valley basin full of bizarre castle-looking formations of clay and sandstone which have been shaped by erosion over millions of years. Snack.

We will then climb to the Sulu-Terek mountain pass (2320 m) which provides a panoramic view of the Komorchek Canyon as well as others. We will return to our campsite located at the convergence of the Momortschek and Kokschar-Suu rivers (7-8 hours). Camping in tents overnight. (10-11km; 1790 m). (B/ L/ D)

Day 4. Today we will be scouting and exploring the labyrinth of various canyons with names like „Grand Canyon“, Bobsled“canyon and „skyscraper“canyon – amongst others. In some canyons you’ll really have to strain to measure the true dimension whereas in others one comes face-to-face with the tight passages, some of which you will even have to turn sideways to pass through. Furthermore, it is sometimes necessary to climb the cliffs a bit in order to see the most interesting things. Camping in tents overnight. (B/ L/ D)

Day 5. The legendary overview of the canyons awaits us today after we climb the Sagyskhan- Choku Mountain (2925 m). This area was the floor of the bay of an ancient sea, the evidence of which is even readily apparent since one can still find fossilized muscles which lived here millions of years ago.

One who would like to enjoy a bit of alone time can wander around the area or return to the canyon again. Descent into the campsite. Overnight camping in tents. (B/ L/ D)

Day 6. Today trekking continues in the Kyzyl-Suu Valley over the Kok-Djar Mountain pass (2367 m) where we will catch one last glance of the canyons. Along the way we will have to wade over the small Kok-Djar river a few times. Overnight camping in tents. (13-14 km, 2170 m). (B/ L/ D)

Day 7. Trekking over boundless mountain pastures in the Kul-Tor Shamsinsky Gorge. Here the spring doesn’t really get started until the first grass and flower sprouts timidly break their way through the surface of the soil. Towards the end of May and the beginning of June, however, the colors break out in force. Camping in tents overnight (13 km, 2170 m). (B/ L/ D)

Day 8. On the last day of our trek we will explore the Schamsy Gorge. Our path will lead us through vallies full of honeysuckle thickets, blackcurrant bushes, berberis, and other vegetation. We will climb to the seabed of what was once a lake and then continue through the Schamsy Gorge (11 km, 2110 m). We will be picked up by a car and transfered back to Bishkek for overnight in a hotel (B/ L/ D).

Day 9. Transfer to the airport and return home.(B/-/-)

The price includes:

1. Meeting/seeing-off in the airport
2. Accommodation in 3-star hotels, according to the program (twin accommodation).
3. Trekking tents for accommodation
4. Kitchen tent
5. Three meals a day during the program, including trekking days
6. Transport – according to the program
7. Trekking guide and cook for trekking days
8. Porters for carrying things, and the camp property. (Porter is 7-8 kg of the things the client. If you exceed this weight, you need to hire additional porters, advance notice to our company).
9. Entrance fee for all excursions according to the program

The price does NOT include:
1. International airfare to and from Bishkek
2. Equipment rental
3. Excess baggage charges
4. Cost of visa and consular services (for Russian citizens there is no need for international passport / visa)
5. Personal expenses in hotels: bar, international calls, etc.
6. Single room addition
7. Insurance
8. Any changes in the program

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22-Day china side K2 Trekking Expedition tour

Description: K2 is second highest and hardest challenging peak ever to climb on Earth , it is located in the heart of Karakoram Mountain range right on the border between China and Pakistani Kashmir region

Karakoram Mountain, Kashmir region

Difficulty level: K2 is second highest and hardest challenging peak ever to climb on Earth , it is located in the heart of Karakoram Mountain range right on the border between China and Pakistani Kashmir region ,you can not only explore the K2 BC , but also can witness the towered other eight thousand and seven thousand numerous peaks located around the least visited side of Karakoram , if you want to do adventurous and least visited mountain expeditions, trekking to K2 north face from Kashgar is best option as it has unique characteristics ,cultures and landscapes .Access to K2 North Face is not terribly easy, expedition will be strenuous, but not extreme that trek 5hrs to 7hrs per day on the steep rocky terrain sided river valleys at the elevation of 3500m to 4870m. Highest point that cross through during trek isAghilPassat elevation of 4870m that will be crossed on the 3rd day of expedition from Yilik where we start trekking and get on vehicle back to Kashgar . Expedition will be camel supported as we bring lots of equipments with us all the way until Sughet Jangal (locally known as China Base Camp) largest greenery in the area with lots of grass, bushes and trees. Best time to do this Expedition: April, May, until mid June, September and October.

Day 1 Torugart to Kashgar
Cross border into China from Kyrgyzstan throughTorugat Pass, meet with China Liaison officer at the border and drive to Kashgar in the afternoon, Transger to the Hotel.

Day 2 Drive to Karghilik ( Yecheng in Chinese)
Today drive to Karghilik with four wheel drive taking the Southern Silk Road leads us to Karakoram , stop for lunch in former imperial Capital Yarkand Of Uyghur people few century ago , arrive Karghilik in the afternoon transfer to the Hotel.

Day 3 Karghilik to Yilik via Mazzar villlage
Drive to Yilik where is last poit that we could reach by vehicle and start our trek with camels , there is no way but driving on the Xinjiang – Tibet highway until Mazzar village , then further drive west break through Karakoram to reach Yilik by crossing Yarkand river and Mountain passes, camping in Yilik.

Day 4 Yilik to Sarak
Today we load the all camels with our equipments in the morning ,and start our breathtaking expedition to K2, after 5 hours trekking we will arrive camp site on trerrace on side of junction of Surakwat and Shanksgam river, todays trek is smooth just walking on the stones in the narrow valleys , overnight camping

Day 5 Sarak to Kotaz
Today we will trek up to small campsite Kotaz(4300m) at the boot of Aghil Pass (4870m), today’s trek will be preparation for our higher altitude and crossing Aghil pass next day , overnight camping at the boot of Aghil pass.

Day 6 Kotaz to cross Aghil pass and camp in Kerqin (Shaksgam)
Our trek today is goung to be very difficult compared to the other days, because we cross 4870m Aghil pass with all of our equipments loaded on the camels, it takes 3 hrs to cross the pass , from the top of the pass, there will be a great view of Karakoram Mountain range, and camp on the other side of the pass named Kirqin at the elevation of 3900m . Overnight Camping

Day 7 Kirqin to Ottur Jangal
Trek today is very smooth, slightly downward in altitude following the downstream of Shaksgam river, and arrive campsite in Ottur Jangal on the way to Sughet Jangal, overnight camping.

Day 8 Ottur Jangal to Sughet Jungal (ChinaBase Camp of K2)
After short trek today we will have first view of giant Mountain K2, arrive Sughet Jungal by following theSarpoLagoRiver, Sughet Jungal is most green parts of Karakoram with grass, trees and bushes on the delta of K2 Glacier stream. Overnight camping in Sughet Jangal.

Day 9 Rest Day at Sughet Jungal
Today rest at Sughet Jangal for preparing to further trek up the Glaciers on next day .overnight Camping

Day 10 to 13 Glacier exploration around the area
Visit the K2 North Glaciers in these four days.

Day 14 Return Trek Sughet Jangal to Ottur Jangal
Today we will pack all our equipments same way trek back to Yilik

Day 15 Return Trek Ottur Jangal to Kerqin

Day 16 Return Trek Kerqin to Kotaz by Crossing Aghil Pass

Day 17 Return Trek Kotaz to Sarak

Day 18 Return Trek Sarak to Yilik
Today wil be the last day of expedition as soon as arrive Yilik, unload all camels and prepare for going back to Kashgar by four wheel drive next day.

Day 19 Yilik to Karghilk by four wheel drive.

Day 20 Karghilik To Kashgar
Today on the way back to Kashgar , eat lunch in Yarkand and short visit to the Royal Mausoleum and Mosques ,
And arrive Kashgar in the evening to transfer to the Hotel.

Day 21 Kashgar City Tour
Kashgar has been claimed “the best-preserved example of a traditional Islamic city to be found anywhere in Central Asia”, although the city is becoming more developed. Being the Islamic cultural center of China, Kashgar is very important western most special economic zone in China now days as it was also very important hub and earliest Islamic cultural center in Central Asia’s Silk Road.

So far today we will do full day excursion in this city, and visit Kashgar Sunday livestock Market, south and central Asia Market, Apak Hoja tomb, Idkah Mosque and Kashgar old town, and enjoy the Uyghur local cuisines like kebab, hand pulled noodle in best Uyghur food restaurant in kashgar.

Kashgar Live stock Market: Open field agricultural animal market only held every Sunday, Uyghur farmers type, very local atmosphere, business is all about the animals like sheep, yaks, goats, donkey, cows, camels and horses.

South and Central Asia Market: it is regular commodity market that has all sort of goods, Market attracts more than hundred thousand people every Sunday from nearby towns around the kashgar and from central Asian countries as well.

Apak Hoja tomb: Mausoleum is finest examples of Uyghur Islamic architecture in China, large dome of 17m is at the center surrounded by four corner minarets with strips and arabesque floral patterns initially built in 1640, powerful religious and political leader Apak hoja’s five generations of relatives buried inside the tomb.

Idkah Mosque: Being largest mosque in China and 12th largest in the world, Idkah mosque is unique best preserved Uyghur architecture in nowadays and can hold more than 20 thousand worshipers on Friday prayer. the mosque built in 1442.

Kashgar old town: well preserved more than 1000s years old Uyghur residential area, people began to settle down there 11 hundred years ago after Uyghur people converted to Islam during the period of Great Karakhanid Dynasty which had been dominated whole central Asia from 9th century to 13th century, Kashgar was a capital .and it was cultural, political and important transportation hub in Central Asia’s silk road, it is treasure of silk road. Karakhanid dynasty imperial palace was also located in this old town, and still some parts of palace wall visible.

Because of it’s unique natural old fashion medieval style, old town attracted the attention of Hollywood to shot the film “Kite Runner”, most parts of the film was shot in this old town.

And more than 40 thousands of Uyghur families still live here behind hand-carved poplar doors, many in tumbledown rentals, others in two-story homes that vault over the alleys and open on courtyards filled with roses and cloth banners. Current architectural and life style of people directly derived from Medieval Karakhanid Uyghur culture. Possibly we have chance to visit one of the family.

Day 22 Leave From Kashgar to Torugat pass

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