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Lenin Peak with its height of 7134 m above sea level is located in the mountainous Pamir-Alay, on the border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. To date, 16 climbing routes were paved to the summit, seven of which are on the northern slope.

The steepness of the slopes is up to 45-55 degrees. The process of climbing is relatively simple and requires no special technical training from travelers, Therefore Lenin Peak is considered one of the most accessible seven-thousand-meter mountains.

Climbing to the summit of Lenin Peak you feel as if in the realm of eternal ice and snow. For climbers at the foot of the mountain there is Achyk-Tash base camp.

 

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