Tries of Lenin peak covering

But the top of the mountain is not always visible, as it is covered by clouds. Kyrgyzstan has colorful and charming views of the country, and is also proud of its mountain ranges. On tours in Kyrgyzstan, customers will be able to explore the next attraction as Lenin Peak, which is located in the Osh region, in the southern part of the country. We want to introduce you to the tours that take place in the southern part of the country, and guests will be able to learn about the road that runs along the border with Tajikistan. The peak has a height of 7134 m. You will be able to find out during the tours of Kyrgyzstan in a rented car the territory of the peak and rent a car for comfort.

You can find out that the weather is changeable in the mountains of Kyrgyzstan, and it usually changes depending on the altitude. During the trip, you will receive information that the explorer A. P. Fedchenko was able to discover and explore the mountain in 1871. The peak in the past had the name Kaufman, in honor of the Soviet leader and the Governor. Later, the peak was renamed in honor of the Soviet leader.

And customers on tours in Kyrgyzstan will be able to find out that in 1929 the first expedition was made, but at that time not all participants were able to conquer the peak and get to it. After that, customers will be able to find out that the Soviet Red Army was able to repeat the ascent, and install a monument to Lenin on the top. In 1967, 301 expeditions were able to make the jubilee trek to the top of the peak. Thanks to this, about 16 new routes were identified.

Mountains can be dangerous on tours of Kyrgyzstan, and guests will be able to find out a lot of facts in a team of professionals. For tours, you can rent a car to make the tour comfortable. You should know that the weather in the mountains can be unpredictable, and guests need to know the secrets to be safe. In 1974, there was a tragic ascent of the peak when a group of women were trapped by a storm. In 1991, about 44 people died due to an earthquake.