Climbing Lenin Peak technically is not challenging except for a few crevasses on the route between the camps at 4400m and 5400m, which is to be passed in roped parties. This is the reason why Lenin Peak is considered the easiest and most accessible of the world’s 7000m summits. However, this doesn’t mean that you can neglect proper preparation to the expedition or that you should overestimate yourself.
Lenin Peak’s main difference from lower summits is the expedition’s longer duration, the accumulated psychological exhaustion and drop in motivation. We will do everything for you to escape these conditions, by organizing a comfortable base camp and providing diverse and plentiful food. Our guides are professional climbers (proven by more than words) with numerous ascents to 8000m summits and years-long experience of climbing and leading guided groups. They closely watch the wellbeing of all group members and do everything possible for them to reach their goal, observing the due level of safety. We don’t save money on our clients!
Previous experience of staying above 5000m altitude is a good advantage.