Travelling in Kyrgyzstan will inspire you by the beautiful Peak Pobeda. In the course of a tour in Kyrgyzstan, you will find it in the Issyk Kul region. The peak borders with China and its height is about 7 439 m tall. When you travel in Kyrgyzstan, you will be told that, it is the second highest mountain in the former Soviet Union. Tours in Kyrgyzstan are going to be continued among the Zvezdochka glacier and boats of 3km vertical headwall. The Chinese name of the Peak Pobeda is Tomur Peak, but originally it was ccalled Khan Tenri by locals. During your tours in Kyrgyzstan, you will learn about Semyenov who first saw the Peak Khan and mixed up with Khan Tenri. It is known that the Peak Pobeda does not have a pyramid shape. Actually the name of Khan Tengri was called in honor of the victory at the end of Second World War in 1946 In the course of your tour in Kyrgyzstan, you will be told about first climbing by a Soviet team in 1938. They thought that, the Peak Pobeda is smaller. The next thing you are going to hear are attempts of two groups in 1955 one from Kazakhstan, from the Chon tern Pass and the other from Uzbekistan. Unfortunately, the Kazakh group faced the difficulties and decided to stop their trip by reaching only 6000 m. It is known that, only one of the 12 member team survived, and others saved by chance. Nowadays the Peak Pobeda is considered to be dangerous.