Zenith Lenin

Today we want to talk to you about Lenin Peak, which you can get acquainted with during tours in Kyrgyzstan. This peak has an altitude of 7134 m, located in the Osh region, in the south. Any guest on the tours can participate in the tour of Kyrgyzstan and explore the road that runs along the border with Tajikistan. Guests of the country will be able to explore the territory of the peak and enjoy the beauty of nature during tours and rent a car. GNOS customers during the tours should not forget that the peak may not be visible due to the clouds, which may cover the clouds.

Kyrgyzstan has changeable weather in the mountains, and the air temperature will change depending on the altitude. Guests of the country will be able to learn that the first person to explore the mountain was A. P. Fedchenko, who was in the country in 1871, and discovered and explored the mountain. The peak in the past was named Kaufman Peak in honor of the governor and the Soviet leader. And the peak now bears the name of the last chief.

The first expedition in the past was made in 1929, but not all participants of the trip were able to reach the summit. In tours of Kyrgyzstan, you can learn that the Soviet Red Army conducted an expedition when it was able to bring and install a monument to Lenin. Guests of the country will be able to learn that in 1967, 301 expeditions were able to make their anniversary trip. After this hike, people were able to learn about 16 possible routes.

Those who travel in Kyrgyzstan should know that the mountains can be dangerous, as the danger can come in the form of avalanches and crevices. Those who travel around Kyrgyzstan on tours alone or in a rented car together with our company should be aware of safety. But the weather in the mountains can also be unpredictable, and you need to know about some nuances and secrets to be safe. The mountain is associated with the tragic events in 1974, when a team of women was caught in a storm. After that, in 1991, a group of 44 people were captured by an earthquake.