For those who love high mountain's hikes
One of our longest treks in the Pamir Alay, which is the northern part of the Pamir mountain range in Kyrgyzstan. You'll cross some high passes and see the highest peaks along the border with Tajikistan, including Peak Lenin.
Discover the best sights of Kyrgyz Pamirs
Witness breathtaking landscapes adorned with towering peaks along the border with Tajikistan, including the majestic Peak Lenin.
Early arrival in Bishkek where everyone will be picked up at the airport by our driver. Short transfer to your hotel in Bishkek city centre and resting time in the morning. Around midday, meeting at the reception desk with your guide for the general briefing, before enjoying a tasty Kyrgyz lunch. Then we stop at Ala Too Square where you will start a walking tour of Bishkek. You will be able to visit countless parks, the Osh Bazar and get to know your guide. Tonight, everyone will get to know each other at a welcome dinner with a mix of the best local dishes and drinks.
Transfer to airport and flight to Osh before noon. Your guide will meet you at the Aerport Osh. Transfer to the guesthouse. Installation at the hotel and visit the market of Osh that is among the largest and most colorful of Central Asia. In late afternoon, visit the mountains of King Solomon, a former pilgrimage of Zoroastrians. Dinner in town and overnight in guest house.
Early departure. 40 km of the road is paved, 60 km which is not paved. We pass near a dam named Papan. We walk along the river that feeds the Aral Sea. Arriving at the village of Kodjo Kelen for lunch time. Picnic in the nature. Stroll through the ocher cliffs. Back at the village. Dinner and overnight at homestay. Time of transfer: 3/4h Time of walk: 2 hours Vertical drop: 500m + Vertical Drop: - 500m
Morning departure of our great trek and walk to the plateau of Sary Bel Pass in a setting with a thousand colors.Picnic in front of the Ming Teke peak which rises to 4114 m. The afternoon small descent into the valley of Kosh-Moinok. Setting up camp at the foot of Ming Teke. Overnight in tents.
In the morning, hike to the pass Sary-Mogol by a steep slope in the middle of scree that cross the Alaïski chain. This is the most difficult time of this trek. In the afternoon, we visit the large glacial cirque and lakes, then descend to the lake located on the banks of the lower lake. Overnight in tents. (On that day there will be change in porting team because horses do not cross the pass, grooms carry the luggage to the pass).
Today, down the valley to Sary Mogol jailoo the landscape is wild and imposing. Discover the nomadic life. Installation in a yurt camp. Overnight in yurt.
In the morning, climbing up Korumdy trays then runs through the pastures to the Kara-Kabak valley. The panorama is very wide and offers incredible views of Lenin Peak. Overnight in tents.
In the morning, we climb a small slope in the neighbouring valley, a small path through bushes and small meadows. Then the valley turns to the west and the Alta Dehesa widens between dozens of peaks. The pass at 4150 m. is erased in the landscape and we easily descend to the lake Kosh Koel and climb up to the camp. Overnight in tents.
Pasar el día en el circo Damdjailoo que oculta varios lagos por encima de nuestro campamento, y hacer un picnic al borde de uno de los grandes lagos. Regreso al mismo campamento. Noche en tiendas de campaña.
In the morning, we go up to a spine of many colors red ocher. A landscape of exceptional beauty and grandeur offers a panoramic 360 °. We follow the narrow paths formed by sheep and wild goats. Then down to the gorge Tash-Kyungey under the majestuous peak Yukhina (5080 m. alt.) and campsite between the rivers at the base of a pyramid. Overnight in tents.
In the morning we descend slightly in the Nitshke-Suu valley to make a pass at 3700 m. We keep our height and go round 2 peaks to reach Lenin Peak Valley. Install our camp in the meadow of Achyk-Tash
On the trail of the classical pathway, the scenery is spectacular and colorful again, a lunar landscape mixed with the vastness of the massif. The pass of "Traveller" 4128m. alt. and coming to ABC camp C1 at 4400m. alt.
The morning walks possible near the camp at the foot of Lenin Peak rising to 7134m., Then return by the same path as the previous CB 3700 m. Overnight in tents.
We go down the side of the Achyk-Tash river crossing with horses or by the bridge, and we go back on the shelf on the other side where you can discover a multitude of lakes sizes and shapes. Opportunity to explore the nearby mountains.
In the morning we enjoy walking again towards winter farms at the bottom of our camp, where we go with our vehicle. Then drive to Osh.
Early morning departure to the airport. Morning flight to Bishkek. Transfer into a guest house. Visit the Kyrgyz capital. Discovery of Osh market; walk in the park downtown. Evening and late dinner since leaving for the airport will take place in the middle of the night.
Nomad's Land were brilliant organising a week tour for 4 friends and myself. Fabien really listened to what we wanted. No cities, beautiful nature, some hikes and seeing the people.The tour he designed couldn't have been better. Our guide Alex was incredibly knowledgeable about Krygyzstan, he was relaxed and nothing was ever a problem. We loved our holiday, learned a lot and can't recommend this company enough.
their flexibility, adaptability and speed ...... and that's already so good
On your way
Sary-Mogol lakes KG
Campsite at the footsteeps of glaciers and pass Sary Mogol, (South side), where staying many lakes.
Lenin peak KG
The second highest peak of Kyrgyzstan, situated in the Pamir at the border with Tajikistan. It rises at the altitude of 7134m. Best period for the ascent is from July to August, some years till early September.
Osh, the second largest city of the Kyrgyz republic, is one of the oldest settlements of Central Asia. It is located in southwestern Kyrgyzstan near the Uzbekistan border in the eastern section of the Fergana Valley. This one of the Central Asia's most interesting cities because of its long history, dating back as least to the 5th century BC - its position as an important crossroads for Silk Road trade and its huge market. For centuries it was a major silk-production center, strategically situated on a trade route to India.
Sights are: the huge bazaar, Sulaimans Throne (a 200 m hill called Takht-i-Suleyman (Solomon's Throne), where the Prophet Muhammad is thought to have prayed and where Muslim pilgrims began visiting in the tenth century), Baburs House (at the top of Sulaimans Throne), several monuments (especially the one of Kurmanjan Datka – Kyrgyz feminine ruler and engaged warrior against the Russian invasion), the Russian-orthodox church, the biggest mosque of the country (situated right beside the bazaar) and the Rabat Abdul Khan Mosque (16 th century).
The population of Osh is mostly Uzbek. Osh has two universities, a sanatorium, and an airport. Economic activity has been aided by beneficial reforms and consists of the Jayma bazaar; silk trade; mining of zinc, lead, and coal; food processing; and the production of silk, cotton, and wool.
Kodjo Kelen valley KG
The Kodjo Kelen valley is still little known. The ocher cliffs create an impressive contrast in the middle of alpine-type vegetation. You can spend at least two days walking there. But it is also the start of 2 treks towards, one passing the Jiptik pass and joining Sary Mogol in front of the Lenin peak, in 3 days. Or by the Sary Mogol pass in 7 days.
What is included
All transportation in a private vehicle
All airport transfers
Accommodation as described in the program
Meals (3 per day)
Bottled water (when possible) & tea
English-speaking trekking guide
Pack horses with saddle bags & horsemen
Camping & cooking equipment (tents, mats, gas, stove, etc)
All the activities listed in the program
Entry fees at national parks and/or border zones listed in the program
Entry fees at museums and historical sites listed in the program
Domestic flights mentioned in the program
A contribution to our sustainable development projects
Organisation of the trip & local taxes
What is not included
International banking fees (PayPal, ...)
Travel & repatriation insurance
Visas / LOI (if applicable)
Alcoholic and soft drinks
Personal equipment (sleeping bag, headlight, personal medication, etc)
Additional costs due to unexpected personal events (health, loss of luggage, ...)
Tips for guide & driver (always optional, always appreciated)
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