TRA 07 Trekking Trans Pamir tour
- Walking / Hiking
- Price from:
- 800 USD /person
- +99871 1735107
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- Payment Types:
- Credit Card
- Travellers cheque
- Wire Transfer
- 21 days
- Location Start:
- Tashkent, Uzbekistan
- Location Finish:
- Tashkent, Uzbekistan
- We Speak:
- Russian, French, English, Turkish
Last updated: 07/03/2006
This, a real Trans Pamir Tour, joins together the Fergana and Alai valleys, allows to enjoy the beauty of the highest Lenin Peak (7134 m), Pamir and to visit the foothills of Zaalaiskiy range
Arrival in Tashkent. Hotel.
Drive to Osh (420 km; 8hrs). Hotel.
Drive to the mountainous valley of the river Abshirsai (85km, 4hrs). Camp (2100m).
Trek. Walking over the pass Djindi-Bel (2785m) (12 km - walking distance per day; 5 hours - time duration of walking per day; +1100m, - 900 m - climb/descent per day). Camp (2300m).
Trek up to the valley of the river Gezart. (12km; 6hrs; +800m). Camp (3100m).
Trek towards the glacier Gezart (10km, 6hrs, +700m). Camp (3800m).
Trek along the glacier Gezart - the largest in a mountain system of Kichik - Alai Range - and then over the snow-covered Gezart Pass. (4436 m). Descend to the Eastern Kichik-Alai river valley (10km; 7hrs; +750m; - 300m). Camp (4100 m).
Trek over the Kichik-Alai Pass (4082 m) and descend to the Eastern Kichik-Alai river valley (15km; 7hrs; +100m; -1300m). Camp (2800m).
Free day. Relaxation at Camp 2800 and around.
Ascend along the valley of the Kindik river to the alpine zone (9km, 6-7hrs, +1100m). Camp on the shore of the moraine lake of the Kindik glacier (3900m).
Cross over the Kindik Pass (4482m). (10km; 6-7hrs; +600m; -800m). Camp on a green meadow spot on the bank of the Kashkasu river (3700m). On that day we cross the Alaiskiy Range and can see from the pass as far as eye can reach. We get an unlimited panoramic view at the highest peak of Kichik-Alai - the Skobelev Peak (5051 m). We also see ice-clad Zaalaikiy Range with the Lenin Peak massif where the trek is aimed at.
We cross over the Kokjar Pass (4160m) into the upper part of the Damjailoo River (10km; 5-6hrs; +500m; - 200m). Camp at the Koshkul lake. (4000m). The Damdjailoo river valley is known for its diversity of lakes and dramatically free-standing rocks. Unforgettable day of wandering around the bizarre rocks and outliers.
We downhill along the valley of the Damjailoo river to the Alai valley (12km; 5-6hrs; 800m). Camp at Kashkasu village (3200m). We may hike a little to the lakes. The rocky valley of the Damjailoo river abounds with many residual rocks of extraordinary shape.
This day is set for a round sightseeing trek to the alpine lakes and edelweiss glade. Emerald-green fragrant meadows of the area dotted in numerous lakes provide ideal setting for alpine photography.
Daily round trip to and over the Puteshestvennikov Pass (4200 m) towards the Lenin Glacier (8km; 6hrs; +400m;- 400m).
Drive by 4WD truck from "Lukovaya Glade" to Osh (Kyrghyzstan) from where by ongoing coach across Kyrgyz-Uzbek border to Andijan to catch the night train to Tashkent (300km;8hrs). Overnight in the train.
Arrival in Tashkent at 07:00. The remainder of the day at leisure. Hotel.
Drive by coach to Samarkand (340 km; 5hrs.). Hotel. PM sightseeing in Samarkand.
AM sightseeing in Samarkand. PM drive to Tashkent. Hotel.
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