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The citizens of India, Pakistani, Bangladesh, and Sri-Lanka are eligible to apply Kyrgyz E-visa along with Invitation Letter from accredited travel agency of Kyrgyz Republic.

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  1. Kyrgyz Guided Tours can arrange
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    • - Registration for the foreign citizens to stay more than 30 days
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    • - Scanned passport copy
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Ascent to Khan-Tengri Peak (7010 m)


Base Camp Inylchek will be active between 10th of July and 25th of August in 2024.


Base Camp Inylchek will be active between 10th of July and 25th of August in 2024.

Route description:


It is recommended to reserve first 2 days for walks on glacier in the area of Base Camp for acclimatization.

Move to Camp 1 at 4200 m. Cross South Inylchek Glacier (approx. 6 km) to Camp 1 at the Shubin bivouac (4200 m). It takes 2-4 hours. And it is usual to leave base camp early in the afternoon and sleep in Camp 1 in preparation for a very early start next day. On the glacier there is no serious dangerous except small rivers with swift streams.

It is recommended to go round the rivers or cross it with safety equipment on snow places.

Move to Camp 2. Due to the prevalence of avalanche activity from the top of Mt Chapaeva (6371 m), and chance increases during a day time, we advise to make a very early start for the next section of the route. Ascent follows through the narrow and steep Semenovsky Glacier icefall to its upper reaches. To minimize the risk from the icefall it is important to pass this part of ascent route very fast and before sunrise. The best if you pass the place under icefall by 7:30am, and get to the Camp 2 by 12pm. Please, be aware of crevasses on the way and move only as roped team. Camp 2 can be pitched just below the west col at the altitude of about 5300 m. There is usually a snow cave at this point that may be used (on a “first come, first served” basis). Risk from icefall is bigger after mid-August.

During period of acclimatization we recommend to spend two nights at Camp 2, so climbers ascend to 6200 m – 6500 m before descend to the Base Camp for rest.

From Camp 2 route continues up the western ridge, where fixed ropes afford some protection for short climbs over two or three meters wide couloirs that interrupt the snow slope.

After acclimatization in Camp 2, and rest in the Base Camp, for the second ascent it is possible to make the way from Base Camp to Camp 3 at one day.

Camp 3 can be pitched at the altitude of 6400 m on the ridge, but space is limited and the location can be somewhat exposed, ridge being prone to violent north winds. It takes from 3 to 6 hours to move from Camp 2 to Camp 3 depending on amount of snow.

From Camp 3 ascent route goes up a small path on the right before reaching a large 150 m dihedral. This is the most technically difficult section of the ascent, but it is protected by fixed ropes.

Summit can be reached from Camps 2 or 3. From Camp 3 it takes 4-10 hours. Start from Camp 3 is planned for 4 am. Wind in the area of summit is getting slowly between 12:00 and 14:00. Descent to the base camp can be made during a long day.


Guide services, rent of tents for high camps are available for the additional payment:


Guide services:

2600 USD per guide per program


Additional services at Base Camp:

  • Rent of tent for high camps – 100 USD per program
  • Gas cartridges of 230 g (butane/propane) – 15 USD per one cartridge
  • Set of altitude food – 120 USD per set
  • Cooking set – 25 USD
  • International call by satellite telephone – 4 USD/min
  • Internet – 5 USD/hour



Arrival in Bishkek, transfer to hotel, accommodation in a  hotel.

Drive Bishkek - Karkara (460 km), accommodation at Karkara Base Camp.

Fly by helicopter to BC “South Inylchek”/North Inylchek (4000m).

Acclimatization and preparation for ascent.

Acclimatization and preparation for ascent.

Camp 1. 4200m.

Camp 2. 5300m.

Camp 3. 5900m.

Descend to BC

Day of rest and preparation.

Day of rest and preparation.

Camp 1.

Camp 3.

Camp 4. 6400m.

Ascend to summit 7010m and descend to Camp 3.

Descend to BC

Reserve day in case of bad weather

Reserve day in case of bad weather

Fly by helicopter to BC “Karkara” and drive to Bishkek. Accommodation at hotel

Free day in Bishkek.

Transfer to Airport

Schedule of helicopter flights in 2024:





Cost of a full package in 2024 is 2900 USD per person

Full package includes:

Cost of a small package in 2024 is 1700 USD per person.

Small package includes:
The cost for both packages does not include:


  1. Prices are valid for groups booked and paid 7 weeks before arrival or earlier In case of late booking and payment (less than 7 weeks) extra charge for formalities $ 50 per person is charged.
  2. Climbers provide personal mountaineering gear for ascent and choose tactics for ascent by themselves.
  3. Climbers must have medical insurance with a minimum coverage of $ 40 000.


List of equipment:

High altitude mountaineering boots (for up to -30C), hiking boots, snow gaiters, crampons, snowshoes, windproof & waterproof jacket with hood (down, Gore-Tex), warm & waterproof over-gloves or mitts, cap, balaclava, mountaineering or climbing harness, climbing helmet, karabiners (2 x screw gate), prussic loops x 2 (5 m / 16 ft of 6 mm cord), rope, ice axe, 5 season sleeping bag (dawn, for up to -30C), thermosets or similar sleeping mat, high altitude tent, rucksack (60-80 l), head-torch, sunglasses, trekking poles, ice axe

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