Soviet Officers Peak 6233 m (14 days)Firuz
Tour location: Tajikistan
Duration of the journey: 14 days
Duration of trekking: 8 days, therefore 1 summit day (acclimatization prior this program needed)
Duration of the climb: 1 summit day
Climbing grade: Soviet Officers Peak 6233 m 3B UIAA Scale / ZS European Scale
Season: from July till mid-September
Number of tour participants: 2 – 6 Person
Features: Driving along the legendary Pamir Highway, Mountaineering in the Western Pamir
Accommodation: 4 nights in home-stays/hotels, 9 nights in tent
Max altitude: hiking/climbing from 3700 m to 6233 m
Transportation: 4WD Land cruiser Toyota, minibus, donkey and porters
Food: 3 meals a day. Lunch is served as picnic
Itinerary: Dushanbe–Kalai Khumb–Khorog–Murghab–Cimb Soviet Peak–Karakol–Kyrgiz Boarder
Directions: The Soviet Officers Peak is located in the very West of the Pamir Mountain Range, close to Karakol Lake and the Kyrgiz Boarder
Distance: 4 – 20 km per day
Hiking hours: 5 –8 hrs per day
Uphill and downhill: 450 m – 1400 m per day
Overnights: 3700 m – max. 5800 m a. s.
1 summit day: Soviet Officers Peak: 450 m uphill / 450 m downhill, 7 – 8 hrs hiking/climbing, 6 km distance
Requirements/Preparation: This Tour requires special physical preparation and the climbers should be prepared to field conditions and weather adversity.
For the climb of the Soviet Peak, the climbers have to be experienced Mountaineers. We can’t accept mountaineering beginners for this tour.
Pre-Acclimatization for the climb: This climbing program doesn’t include the acclimatization to the high altitude. Therefore, an adequate high altitude trekking prior to the climb of the Soviet Officers Peak is an essential part of the Expedition success. Please consult our trekking tours to find a suitable acclimatization tour or contact us for advises.
Altitude: The human body can adapt to high altitude (starting from around 2500 m). The process of adapting to the decrease in oxygen concentration in the blood in the altitude is called Acclimatization. It is the body’s natural means of avoiding altitude sickness. The time of acclimatization depends on the altitude, rate of ascent, and individual susceptibility. A number of changes must take place for the body to operate with decreased oxygen. Among other things, the most important behaviors in the altitude are:
- Take it Easy
- Stay hydrated
- Eat right
- Ascent during the day, descend for the night
- Slow progress in altitude increases your change for summiting successfully
- Be honest with yourself. If you feel headache or bad otherwise, descend to lower altitude
Trekking equipment: normal Trekking equipment for high altitude Treks
Mountaineering equipment: Harness, Carabiners, Crampons, Repshnur, Ice axe, Sun glasses for glacier, gaiters, headlamp, down jacket, water- and windproof Jacket and pants, warm clothes incl. gloves and hut, mountaineering boots. Rope will be provided by the mountain guide.
- safety first
- Keep the communication to your mountain buddies clear and upright
- creating unique and positive experiences for our clients
- Expedition success
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