Pobeda Peak is the northernmost seven thousands on Earth. Top of the mountain is covered with ice and its slopes are covered with snow. Strong winds challenge mountaineers raising snowstorms even in sunshine. Experienced mountaineers compare the ascent to Pobeda Peak to that to Nangaparbat in Himalaya by difficulty.
Day 1: Arrival to Bishkek. Transfer to hotel. Accommodation.
Day 2: Transfer Bishkek - Karakol. (400 km), hotel accommodation.
Day 3: Transfer Karakol - "AT-Djailoo". Base Camp (2750 m). Accommodation.
Day 4: Acclimatization ascent in "AT-Djailoo" region.
Day 5: Helicopter flight to "Inylchek" base camp (4000m). Ascent preparation.
Day 6: Camp nr. 1. 4600m.
Day 7: Camp nr. 2. 5300m.
Day 8: Camp nr. 3. 5700m.
Day 9: Camp nr. 4. 6400m.
Day 10: Descent to Camp nr. 1.
Day 11: Descent to BC.
Day 12: Rest and preparation day.
Day 13: Camp nr. 1.
Day 14: Camp nr. 2.
Day 15: Camp nr. 3.
Day 16: Camp nr. 4.
Day 17: Camp nr. 5. 6900m.
Day 18: Camp nr. 6. 7100m.
Days 19: Ascent to peak 7439m and descent to Camp nr. 5.
Day 20: Descent to Camp nr. 3.
Day 21: Descent to Camp nr. 1.
Day 22: Descent to BC.
Day 23: Additional day in case of bad weather.
Day 24: Additional day in case of bad weather.
Day 25: Flight to Base Camp "Karkara", transfer to Issyk Kul lake. Accommodation at Board house.
Day 26: Rest day on the lake.
Day 27: Transfer to Bishkek. Hotel accommodation. Transfer to airport.
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