Kyrgyzstan Trips overview – Explore Kyrgyzstan with Exped Tribe!

In the heart of Central Asia lies the Pamir, a region with high mountains, valleys, glaciers and a connection to the most important mountain systems in Asia such as the Kunlun, the Tienshan, the Hindu Kush, the Karakoram and the Himalayas. This is where the highest peaks of the former Soviet Union are located, which today stretch between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan on the borders with China and Afghanistan. The majestic landscapes of the Pamir-Alai evoke memories of the Silk Road, the yurts of nomadic horsemen and famous historical figures such as Marco Polo, Genghis Khan and Tamerlan. This fascinating country is also home to impressive monuments, precious architecture and ancient fortresses with rectangular walls. Cities such as Samarkand and Bukhara tell stories that are shaped by a mixture of history and legends and still hold many secrets today.

About the landscape: “Grandiose landscapes, almost inaccessible passes, a countless chain of snow-capped peaks from which emerald-green streams flow down to meander between purple hills in emerald strips…” This is how the ambassador of the Chinese emperor Wu Ti described the Fergana regions near the Pamir-Alai in the 1st century BC, on his search for the “heavenly horses”.

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Pik Lenin

Pik Lenin climb (7134 m)

25 days

At a height of 7134 m, Lenin Peak is an imposing mountain located in the Pamir Mountains in Central Asia. It is part of the Transalai mountain range and is considered the “easiest” 7000-meter peak in the world. On a clear day, the view from the summit stretches as far as Communism Peak and the Hindu Kush in Afghanistan. It is also one of the five “Snow Leopards”, the Soviet mountaineering award for ascents above 7000 m in Central Asia.

Ski touring

tien shan gebirge

Skitouring trip to the Tien Shan mountains

10 days

The Tien Shan Mountains, also known as the “Heavenly Mountains”, stretch over an impressive distance of more than 2000 kilometers, from Uzbekistan to the western regions of China. The area around Lake Issyk-Kul in particular offers the best touring conditions in early winter. Together we experience this unique landscape between yurts and hospitable locals.

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