To tell the truth, Peak Lenin is one of the most visited places among travellers. It is worth travelling in Kyrgyzstan and to see it. In the course of a tour in Kyrgyzstan, you will find it in the Osh region which lies on the border with Tajikistan. When you travel in Kyrgyzstan, you will be impressed by its height of 7134 m. The Peak Lenin is considered to be the third highest mountain in the former Soviet Union. It is formed like a "high armchair". During your tour in Kyrgyzstan, you may face with cloud about the peak. It is recommended traveling in available time for seeing all the beauty of the Peak Lenin.
In the course of your tours in Kyrgyzstan, you will be told that, the Peak Lenin was first discovered by the famous Russian explorer of Central Asia A.P. Fedchanko, when he visited the Northern Pamirs in 1871. He gave facts of true information about the geography of the Pamir Mountains. The Peak Lenin was got a lot if names as for example, Peak Kaufman after a Russian Governor General and later it was renamed Kuh-i-Gamo (Warm Mountain) in honor of the Soviet leader. In the course of your tours in Kyrgyzstan, you will be told about expedition which was done in 1929. There were group of people who successfully reached the glacier and decided to try their skills on the highest mountain in the Zaalaiskii range. Over the time, there was next expedition which was done by master climbers from Soviet Red Army. It was a very difficult expedition and took almost two attempts to reach it as well as place a statue of Lenin. Nowadays, the Peak Lenin is considered to be the highest in the world and welcomes everyone who wants to travel in Kyrgyzstan and visit outstanding mountains.
In addition, there was an expedition on 8th of September in 1934 of three people from North face.
During your tour in Kyrgyzstan, you will be told about the 50th anniversary of the Soviet Union in 1967. The expedition involved 301 people from abroad, including 20 women as well. The meeting brought up a great contribution to the development of new 16 routes on the Southeast face.
Today, the Peak Lenin is one of the most climbed of 7000 m height.
It is recommend being in a good physical shape and having special equipment when you travel in Kyrgyzstan due to dozens of experienced mountaineers who have died on the mountain. There are tragic stories happened in the history of mountains. One of them happened in 1974, where group of women lost their lives due to storm that perished them one by one. The next tragedy happened in 1991, where 44 climbers were caught by an earthquake. Only one survived, one dead body was found and others 42 climbers never ever found. Nowadays, the Peak Lenin causes fear. In the course of your tour in Kyrgyzstan, you may visit the base Achik Tash camp nearby is Lukovaya Polyana (Wild Onion Field).