Lenin peak 7134m: 90 th anniversary of first ascent to Lenin peak

Kyrgyz Alpine Club (KAC), Kyrgyz Mountain Guide Association (KMGA) and local authority of Chon-Alai district of the Osh region invite mountaineers, tourists and mountain lovers to join the Mountaineering Festival in the Pamir in 2018 the year of the 90th anniversary of the famous first ascent to Lenin Peak.

KAC offers five different active programmes:
  1. Trekking I short 8 days programme for acclimatized (at the altitude of 3000-4000m) participants.
  2. Trekking II is 13 days programme which includes acclimatization in the Tien-Shan mountains, then short domestic flight to Osh to continue programme. Trek from the Base Camp at Lenin Peak (3600m) to Advanced Base Camp (4200m). This programme is suggested for not acclimatized participants or trekkers who have lost their acclimatization. That is why the beginning of the programme includes acclimatization part.
  3. Ascent to Razdelnaya Peak (6100m) is 14 days climbing programme to Razdelnaya Peak (6148 m). This programme is elaborated for climbers who do not plan to climb to Lenin Peak, but prefer high altitude climbing.
  4. Standard climbing programme takes 19 days including acclimatization for ascent to Lenin.
  5. Fast climbing is 12 days climbing programme of ascent to Lenin Peak for climbers with current acclimatization at the altitude 4500 m as minimum.

Festival will take place on July 28-29, 2018 in Achik-Tash canyon, Lenin Peak Base Camp.

Festival programme on July 29, 2018 includes:

Official greetings of state and regional administration, Kyrgyz Alpine Club and Kyrgyz Guide Association representatives, welcome speech of famous climbers and veterans, National games, folklore performance and bards’ concert, handicraft fair, special memorial and gala dinner.

Altitudes: 3700m (Base Camp) – 4200m (Advanced Base Camp) – 5300m (Camp 2) – 6100m (Camp 3) – Lenin Peak 7134m

Events : National games, performance of artists, climbing, trekking, skiing, hiking, horseback riding, parties, etc.

Points of arrival in Kyrgyzstan: international airports in Osh and Bishkek.

Individual programmes are available by preliminary request.

Individual dates of arrival and departure can be scheduled by preliminary request

Price 2018:
  • from USD 730 per person for Trekking I
  • from USD 1300 per person for Trekking II
  • from USD 850 per person for Climbing to Razdelnaya Peak
  • from USD 900 per person for Standard climbing
  • from USD 775 per person for Fast Climbing
Fixed dates of the active programmes:
 
Day Of weekDateTrekking I July  26 – Aug2, 2018\DaysTrekking II July 21-August 2, 2018\DaysEasy climbing July 27-August 9, 2018\DaysClimbing July 27-Aug 14, 2018|DaysFast Climbing July 28 –Aug 8, 2018\Days
SatJuly 211Arrival in Bishkek.
SunJuly 222Ala-Archa Nature Park 2100m.
MonJuly 233Ak-Sai Glacier 3300m.
TueJuly 244Ak-Sai Glacier 4500m.
WedJuly 255Bishkek.
ThuJuly 261Arrival in Osh.6Domestic flight to Osh.
FriJuly 272Achik-Tash Base Camp 3700m.7Achik-Tash Base Camp 3700m.1Arrival in Osh.1Arrival in Osh.
SatJuly 283Low altitude hiking.8Low altitude hiking.2Achik-Tash Base Camp 3700m.2Achik-Tash Base Camp 3700m.1Arrival in Osh, transfer to Achik-Tash BC
SunJuly 294Festival events9Festival events3Festival events3Festival events2Festival events
MonJuly 305Camp 1 – ABC at 4200m.10Camp 1 – ABC at 4200m.4Camp 1 – ABC at 4200m.4Camp 1 – ABC at 4200m.3Camp 1 – ABC at 4200m.
TueJuly 316Base Camp.11Base Camp.5ABC 4200m.5ABC 4200m.4Camp 2 at 5300m.
WedAug 17Transfer to Osh.12Osh. Flight to Bishkek.6ABC 4200m.6Camp 2 at 5300m.5Mt Razdelnaya (Camp 3) 6100m
ThuAug 28Departure.13Departure.7Camp 2 at 5300m.7ABC 4200m.6Camp 1 – ABC at 4200m.
FriAug 38ABC 4200m.8Camp 2 at 5300m.7Camp 1 – ABC at 4200m.
SatAug 49Camp 2 (5300m)9Mt Razdelnaya (Camp 3) 6100m8Camp 2 (5300m)
SunAug 510Mt Razdelnaya 6100m10ABC 4200m.9Mt Razdelnaya (Camp 3) 6100m
MonAug 611ABC 4200m.11ABC 4200m.10Lenin Peak 7134m.Descent to 6100m.
TueAug 712Base Camp.12Camp 2 at 5300m.11Descent to BC
WedAug 813Transfer to Osh.13Camp 3 at 6100m.12BC – OSH, departure
ThuAug 914Departure.14Camp 4 at 6400m,
FriAug 1015Lenin Peak 7134m.Descent to 6100m.
SatAug 1116Camp 2 at 5300 or ABC 4200m.
SunAug 1217Base Camp.
MonAug 1318Transfer to Osh.
TueAug 1419Departure.
Trekking I
Trekking II
Climbing to Razdelnaya
Lenin Peak standard climbing
Lenin Peak fast climbing

Trekking I.

Brief itinerary
  • Day 1. Arrival in Osh. Overnight in a hotel or family run guest house. Meals: No
  • Day 2. Land transfer to Achik-Tash Base Camp (BC), 3700 m (280 km, 6-7 hours). Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Lunch and Dinner in BC.
  • Day 3. Visit Climbers Memorial. Walks to Lukovaya Polyana (“Wild Onion Meadow”) – hiking at the low    altitude. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 4. Festival events. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 5. Trek up to the Advanced Base Camp (ABC) at 4200 m. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 6. Descent to BC. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 7. Land transfer to Osh. Overnight in a hotel or family run guest house. Meals: breakfast in BC only
  • Day 8. Departure from Osh. Overnight: No. Meals: No.
Altitude.
Osh 1005m – BC 3700m – ABC 4200m – BC 3700m – Osh 1005m This trip is recommended for participants with acclimatization at the altitudes of at least 3000-4000m. For climbers without acclimatization programme Trekking II is highly recommended.
Experience.
Good level of physical training and acclimatization is required.
Equipment.
Sleeping bag, light down jacket, windproof jacket and pants, warm mittens and gloves, warm hat and socks, UV protecting sun glasses and sunblock, trekking poles, headlamp and spare batteries, thermo insulation flask (thermos) and mug, mat.
Price includes:
Accommodation in Osh, BC and ABC, airport transfers in Osh and transfer Osh-Base Camp-Osh, meals in BC and ABC, border permit, visa support and registration (if requered), guide service and consultation, radio communication within BC and ABC, registration in local Mountain Rescue Service, facilities of BC and ABC (summer shower in BC, outdoor toilets, storage service, electricity supply and solar panels to charge batteries, mess tent or dining yurt in BC and ABC).
Price does not include:
Luggage delivery by porters or horses, Meals in Osh, Medical insurance

Trekking II.

Brief itinerary
  • Day 1. Arrival in Bishkek. Overnight in a hotel or family run guest house. Meals: No
  • Day 2. Overland transfer to Ala-Archa Nature Park (2100 m), hiking in the gorge, visit mountaineering memorial. Active acclimatisation. Overnight in the park at the altitude 2100m. Meals: No.
  • Day 3. Climbing to Ratsek camp located close to Ak-Sai Glacier (3300 m, 4-5 hours). Overnight in Ak-Sai mountain hut. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 4. Hiking to the area of Ak-Sai Glacier, easy climbing up to the altitude 4500 m. Meals: Full Board. Overnight in Ak-Sai mountain hut (3300m).
  • Day 5. Descent to Ala-Archa park (2-3 hours) and drive to Bishkek (40 km). Overnight in a hotel or family run guest house. Meals: breakfast
  • Day 6. Domestic flight to Osh. Overnight in a hotel or family run guest house. Meals: No
  • Day 7. Overland transfer to Achik-Tash Base Camp, 3700 m (280 km, 6-7 hours). Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Lunch and Dinner in BC.
  • Day 8. Visit Climbers Memorial. Trek to Lukovaya Polyana (“Wild Onion Meadow”) – hiking at the low altitudes. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 9. Festival events. Overnight in Camp tents. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 10. Trek up to Advanced Base Camp at 4200 m. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 11. Descent to BC. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 12.  Overland transfer to Osh. Overnight in the Hotel or family run Guest House. Meals: Breakfast in BC only
  • Day 13. Departure from Osh. Overnight: No. Meals: No.
Altitude.
From day 6 to day 13 the programme is similar to Trekking I. The beginning of the prodramme (Days 1-5) is acclimatisation. Bishkek (700 m) – Ala-Archa (2100 m) – Ak-Sai (3300 m) – Ak-Sai (4000-4500m) – Ala-Archa (2100 m) – Bishkek (700 m). The other days of the program include: Osh 1005m – Base Camp 3700m – Advanced Base Camp 4200m (ABC) – Base Camp 3700m – Osh 1005m. This trip is recommended for participants without or with low level of acclimatization at the altitude up to 4000 m.
Experience.
Good health and physically fit.
Equipment.
Sleeping bag, light down jacket, windproof jacket and pants, warm mittens and gloves, cover mittens, warm hat and socks, UV protecting sun glasses and sun block, trekking poles, headlamp and spare batteries, thermo insulation flask (thermos) and mug, mat.
Price includes:
Accommodation in Bishkek, Ala-Archa National Park, Ak-Sai Glaseier, Osh town, Base Camp (BC) and Advanced Base Camp (ABC), airport transfers in Bishkek and Osh, domestic air fare Bishkek-Osh-Bishkek, transfer Osh-Base Camp-Osh, meals in BC and ABC, border permit, visa support and registration (if required), radio communication within BC and ABC, registration in local Mountain Rescue Service, guide service and consultation, facilities at BC and ABC (summer shower in BC, outdoor toilet, storage service, electricity supply and solar panels to charge batteries, mess tent or dining yurt in BC and ABC).
Price does not include:
Luggage delivery by porters or horses in mountain camps, meals in Bishkek and Osh, medical insurance

Climbing to Razdelnaya Peak 6148m

Brief itinerary
  • Day 1. Arrival in Osh. Overnight in a hotel or family run guest house. Meals: No
  • Day 2. Land transfer to Achik-Tash Base Camp, 3700 m (280 km, 6-7 hours drive). Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Lunch and Dinner in the BC.
  • Day 3. Festival events. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 4. Trek to the ABC at 4200m. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 5.  Acclimatization trekking in the camp area. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 6.  Acclimatization trekking in the camp area. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 7. Climbing up to the Camp 2 at 5300m. Own tents and meals.
  • Day 8. Descent to ABC at 4200m. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: lunch and dinner in ABC
  • Day 9. Climbing up to the Camp 2 at 5300m. No meals and accommodation. Own tents and meals.
  • Day 10. Ascent to Mt Razdelnaya 6100 m and back to Camp 2. No meals and accommodation. Own tents and meals.
  • Day 11. Descent to ABC at 4200m. Overnight in camp tents. Meals: lunch and dinner in ABC
  • Day 12. Descent to the BC. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Full Board
  • Day 13. Land transfer to Osh. Overnight in a hotel or family run guest house. Meals: Breakfast in BC only
  • Day 14. Departure from Osh. Meals: No.
Altitude.
Osh 1005 m – BC 3700 m – ABC 4200 m – Camp 2 5300m – Razdelnaya Peak 6100 m.
Experience.
Climbing/trekking experience at the altitude of 5000m. Good skills in the crampons and ice axe usage when you movie on firn and ice slopes. Experience of moving along open and closed glacier with rope. Skills of moving along vertical and horizontal fixed ropes.
Equipment.
Sleeping bag and sleeping mat, light down jacket, Polartec jacket and pants, windproof jacket and pants, woolen mittens and gloves, cover mittens, woolen hat and socks, UV protecting sun glasses and sun cream, high altitude boots and gaiters, crampons, ice axe, ski or telescopic poles, high altitude tent, rope, harness, prusik, 2-3 ice screws, ascender (jumar), descender, headlamp and reserve batteries, gas burner, thermo insulation flask (thermos) and mug. High altitude tent team, avalanche radio buoy.
Price includes:
Accommodation in Osh, BC and ABC, transfers in Osh airport and Osh-BC-Osh, meals in the BC (3 days) and in the ABC (5 days), border permit, visa support and registration (if needed), radio communication within BC, ABC and high camps, registration in local Mountain Rescue Service, facilities of BC and ABC (summer shower in BC, outdoor toilet, storage service, electricity supply and solar panels to charge batteries, mess tent or dining yurt in BC and ABC).
Price does not include:
Mountain guide service for ascent, luggage delivery by porters or horses in mountain camps, meals in Bishkek, Osh, and in high altitude camps (5300m-6400m-6100m), gas canisters to cook in high altitude camps (5300m-6400m-6100m), medical insurance

Lenin Peak standard climbing (19 days)

Brief itinerary
  • Day 1. Arrival in Osh. Overnight in a hotel or guest house. Meals: No
  • Day 2. Overland transfer to Achik-Tash Base Camp, 3700 m (280 km, 6-7 hours drive). Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Lunch and Dinner in BC
  • Day 3. Festival events. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Full Board
  • Days 4-16. Acclimatization. Ascent. Tents and meals are provided in the Base Camp (3 days) and Advanced Base Camp (5 days). No meals and accommodation in higher altitude camps. Own tent and meals should be provided for higher camps (5300- 6100m-6400mm).
  • Day 17. Descent to BC. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Dinner in BC.
  • Day 18. Overland transfer to Osh. Overnight in a hotel or family run guest house. Meals: Breakfast in BC.
  • Day 19. Departure from Osh. Overnight: No. Meals: No
Route description: Classic route via Razdelnaya Peak
From Achik-Tash base camp (3700 m) walk through the glade of Lukovaya Polyana (“Wild Onion Meadow”). As the plateau ends follow the small steep path that ascends towards Puteshestvennikov Pass (4100 m). Descend again via the moraine to the right where the climb up the Lenin Glacier begins (about 5 km from Base Camp). Walk for 5 km along the Glacier moraine to an altitude of about 4200 m where Advanced Base Camp sites are located on the moraine near the head of the Glacier (approximate average time from Base Camp to Advanced Base Camp is 6-8 hours). From Camp 1 (ABC 4200 m), cross the flat glacier again and go right up the face to the “Skovorodka” (frying pan!). This area is crevassed and it is highly advisable for people to use crampons, ropes and move together in roped climbing teams of at least 2, but preferably 3-4 people. Fixed ropes are placed sometimes across difficult or dangerous crevassed sections, but the safety of these can not always be depended on (especially as ice screws are prone to melting out in the midday heat). At the top of the steep section begins the traverse to Camp 2, which is located on a rocky section to the far right of the glacier at about 5300 m (approximate average time from ABC to Camp 2 is 6-8 hours). This section can be exhausting in good weather due to the heat. By this reason early start is highly recommended. From Camp 2 (5300 m) ascend above the camp to gain the ridge (steep ascend). Follow the ridge up to an altitude of 6100m where Camp 3 can be set up in the small col under Mt Razdelnaya at an altitude of about 6100 m (approximate average time from Camp 2 to Camp 3 is 4-6 hours). This part of the ascent is a snow slog with few crevasses. Rope and harness are not usually necessary. It is possible to camp along the ridge in the event of bad weather or emergency. From Camp 3 (6100 m) ascend along the western ridge of Lenin Peak. The first part of this ridge can be mixed snow and rock. A rocky plateau is reached at 6400 m (where it is possible to establish a Camp 4 if needed). Above this plateau there is a short steepest snow slope of 20 degrees where fixed rope and ice axe may be necessary to use, pass this section with care, particularly during the descent. Further above there is a rocky section before reaching the pre summit plateau which at first drops then rises to the true summit plateau at 7134 m. Approximate average return time from Camp 3 to summit is 10-15 hours. The route to the summit can be subject to extreme strong winds which can also be incredibly cold. The programme includes enough time for acclimatization. However, extra days of meals and accommodation in the mountain camps for acclimatization can be included by request.
Altitudes:
Osh 1005 m – Base Camp 3700 m – Camp 1 (Advanced Base Camp) at 4200 m – Camp 2 at 5300 m – Camp 3 at 6100 m – Camp 4 at 6400 m – Lenin Peak 7134 m
Experience & mountaineering skills:
Good health and physically fit, climbing experience at the altitude 6000 m is required. Good skills in the crampons and ice axe usage when you movie on firn and ice slopes. Experience of moving along open and closed glacier, crevasses with rope. Skills of moving along vertical, incline and horizontal fixed ropes using jumar (ascender). Descent on fixed ropes using belay device. Experience of freight carry at the altitude.
Equipment.
Sleeping bag and sleeping mat, light down jacket, Polartec jacket and pants, windproof jacket and pants, woolen mittens and gloves, cover mittens, woolen hat and socks, UV protecting sun glasses and sun cream, high altitude boots and gaiters, crampons, ice axe, ski or telescopic poles, high altitude tent, rope, harness, prusik, 2-3 ice screws, ascender (jumar), descender, headlamp and reserve batteries, gas burner, thermo insulation flask (thermos) and mug, . High altitude tent, avalanche radio buoy.
Price includes:
Accommodation in Osh, Base Camp and Advanced Base Camp, airport transfers in Osh, land transfer Osh-Base Camp-Osh, meals in the Base Camp (3 days) and Advanced Base Camp (5 days), border permit, visa support and registration (if required), radio communication within BC, ABC and high camps, registration in local Mountain Rescue Service, facilities of BC and ABC (summer shower in Base Camp, outdoor toilet, storage service, electricity supply and solar panels to charge batteries, mess tent or dining yurt in BC and ABC).
Price does not include:
Mountain guide service for ascent, luggage delivery by porters or horses, meals in Bishkek, Osh, en-route and in high altitude camps (5300m-6400m-6100m), gas to cook in high altitude camps (5300m-6400m-6100m), medical insurance

Lenin Peak fast climbing (12 days)

Brief itinerary

  • Day 1. Arrival in Osh. Transfer to Achik-Tash BC 3700 m (280 km, 6-7 hours drive). Meals: dinner
  • Day 2. Festival events Preparation for ascent. Overnight in tent camp. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner in BC
  • Days 3-10. Acclimatization. Ascent. Tents and meals are provided in the Base Camp (3 days) and Advanced Base Camp (3 days). No meals and accommodation in higher altitude camps. Own tent and meals should be provided for higher camps (5300-6100m-6400mm).
  • Day 11. Descent to BC. Overnight in tent camp.
  • Day 12. Overland transfer to Osh. Departure from Osh. Meals: breakfast
Route description:
Classic route via Razdelnaya Peak like for Standard Climbing programme. The programme is elaborated for acclimatized trained climbers who has limit of holiday. However, extra days of meals and accommodation in the mountain camps for acclimatization can be included by request.
Altitude.
Osh 1005 m – Base Camp 3700 m – Camp 1 (Advanced Base Camp) at 4200 m – Camp 2 at 5300 m – Camp 3 at 6100 m – Camp 4 at 6400 m – Lenin Peak 7134 m
Experience mountaineering skills:
Good health and physically fit, acclimatization at the altitude 4500 m as minimum, climbing experience at the altitude 6000 m is required. Good skills in the crampons and ice axe usage when you movie on firn and ice slopes. Experience of moving along open and closed glacier, crevasses with rope. Skills of moving along vertical, incline and horizontal fixed ropes using jumar (ascender). Descent on fixed ropes using belay device. Experience of freight carry at the altitude.
Equipment.
Sleeping bag and sleeping mat, light down jacket, Polartec jacket and pants, windproof jacket and pants, woolen mittens and gloves, cover mittens, woolen hat and socks, UV protecting sun glasses and sun cream, high altitude boots and gaiters, crampons, ice axe, ski or telescopic poles, high altitude tent, rope, harness, prusik, 2-3 ice screws, ascender (jumar), descender, headlamp and reserve batteries, gas burner, thermo insulation flask (thermos) and mug, . High altitude tent, avalanche radio buoy.
Price includes:
Accommodation in Base Camp (3 days) and Advanced Base Camp (3 days), airport transfers in Osh, transfer Osh-Base Camp-Osh, meals in the Base Camp (3 days) and Advanced Base Camp (3 days), border permit, visa support and registration (if required), radio communication within BC, ABC and high camps, registration in local Mountain Rescue Service, facilities of BC and ABC (summer shower in Base Camp, outdoor toilet, storage service, electricity supply and solar panels to charge batteries, mess tent or dining yurt in BC and ABC).
Price does not include:
Mountain guide service for ascent, luggage delivery by porters or horses, meals in Bishkek, Osh, en-route and in high altitude camps (5300m-6400m-6100m), gas to cook in high altitude camps (5300m-6400m-6100m), medical insurance.
Mountain and trekking guides.
All Festival participants will be accompanied by English speaking guide to ABC (4200m). Easy Climbing and Climbing programs over ABC are estimated for experienced climbers who can climb without guides. If participants are not experienced enough it is highly recommended to hire professional mountain guide. In Kyrgyzstan there are guides trained by UIAGM-IFMGA standards. Kyrgyzstan is candidate country to UIAGM-IFMGA and has own Mountain Guide School with certified mountain guides and guides-aspirants. Also there are experienced guides certified according to Kyrgyz national standard which is very similar to UIAGM-IFMGA standards.
Formalities and Logistics.
KAC provides all necessary formalities and services which is necessary to realize the programs. Participants have to bring their own high altitude tents for climbing and dehydrated food for camps higher than ABC. KAC can provide high altitude food, rent of equipment and gas cylinders by preliminary request. Single accommodation is possible by advance booking. Services which are not included in the programmes discription, but may be required by participants, can be arranged by KAC by preliminary request (local air tickets, local accommodation, additional transfers, transfers from Bishkek or Almaty to Osh, etc.)
Visas and permits.
The following formalities for the Festival programs are required: visas and permits to boundary zone (Lenin Peak area). The new legislation on visa regulations was issued by the Kyrgyz Parliament in 2012. According the law citizens of 44 developed countries may visit Kyrgyzstan during 60 days without visa
How to get to Osh and Bishkek.
There are several international air companies which operates in Bishkek, such as Turkish Airlines, Aeroflot, Air Astana, Uzbekistan Airlines, S7 Airlines, Ural Airlines, Flydubai, China Southern and Tajikistan Airlines.  There are direct flights from Russia to Osh provided by S7. Also there are several flights a day every day from Bishkek provided by local airlines. As option tourists may arrive to Bishkek via Almaty (Kazakhstan). More international airlines operate in Almaty. It is possible to arrange land transfer from Almaty to Bishkek (the distance is 250 km). It takes 4 hours of driving plus about one hour for border formalities.
International and domestic flights.
Participants have to book their international flights by themselves. KAC provides domestic flight only for Trekking II program. Domestic flights for other programmes can be arranged by request at extra cost.
Food.
Meals in the cities. En-route and during climbing of Easy Climbing and Climbing programs over ABC have to be arranged by participants. KAC can help to buy high altitude food and gas cylinders by preliminary request. Any special meal requirements (for vegetarian, allergy, etc.) should be sent to KAC office preliminary,  before arrival in Kyrgyzstan.
Climate & Weather.
The weather is very changeable in Kyrgyz mountain area. Tourists should be prepared for fair share of sunshine, clouds, fog, wind, rain and snow. Daytime temperatures vary from +25ºC to -25ºC at night in the high camps.
Insurance and rescue service.
It is extremely important for Festival participants to have travel medical insurance for their trip to Kyrgyz mountains. Please ensure that insurance company is aware of participant itinerary and insurance is valid for planned activities, including mountain search & rescue, helicopter evacuation from the mountain area and medical expenses. Recommended  amount for insurance policy is over 30000 EUR. It is not possible to arrange such insurance in Kyrgyzstan. Kyrgyz Alpine Club will require a copy of the insurance before participants arrival to Kyrgyzstan. Rescue search and evacuation is provided by “Kyrgyz Rescue service”.
Participation statement.
All participants of climbing and trekking programmes have to understand all possible risks and impacts of such kind of activities (injury or death). Participants have to be responsible for their own activities.