Skobelev Peak (Skobolev) is located at 5051 meters above sea level. It is definitely the highest peak in the Alayski Range. Access is easy from Suu Kashka Valley, and the ascent is technically not difficult. In 2016, with Nomad Land, a group of young climbers (aged 16) completed the ascent, a first for such a young team.
The steps to the summit
The skobelev peak is made in two base camps, the first in a yurt in the valley of suu kashkuu, at the inhabitant, accessible by horse or on foot.
During the day you can practice your gallop in the Kyrgyz steppes
Camp base 2
The second one is located in the middle of the pass, downstream of the neve, in order to start the ascent in the early morning and reach the summit by nine o'clock.
This part is steeper and therefore more difficult for the horses, however, there are few kilometers to get there, this day also serves to prepare mentally for the next day.
The departure is very early in the morning, go around the snow bank, it is advisable to equip yourself with a pair of crampons and a right ice axe, then comes a frozen scree on the ridge until the summit!
Be careful on the way down, slowly but surely using your steps from the top.