Peak Lenin 21st July

July 24, 2021
On the way to camp 2

We are going to 7134m.

July 21st is our confirmed departure date for Peak Lenin 7134m, our group will travel under UK Amber conditions (currently a minimum of 5 days home quarantine on return).

A spectacular 7000m peak offering incredible views of the Pamirs.


We have 3 places still available.

Peak Lenin can be a tough and physically demanding mountain, but we have achieved summit success on many previous expeditions due to our unique itinerary that includes a camp 4 at 6400m to shorten the summit day by at least 2-3 hours to less than eight hours compared to other operators (avoiding the normal 10-13 hr. climb from Camp 3). We have also included an additional 2 days to allow up to six summit days to cope with difficult weather! High altitude porters carry all group equipment, and the guiding ratio is increased to 1:3 giving greater flexibility on summit day and to match your speed of movement and fitness level more easily. Read more here

The expedition will be led by Stu Peacock, a very experienced high-altitude mountaineer who has been to the summit of Everest three times, Broad Peak, Cho Oyu and climbed on K2. His other expeditions include: Manaslu, Ama Dablam, Peak Lenin, Korzhenevskaya, Aconcagua, Khan Tengri, Tien Shan Unclimbed, Alpamayo, Bolivian Peaks, Spantik, Elbrus and Kilimanjaro. Stu has climbed over 8000m a total of 7 times and was the first Brit to summit Everest via the North Ridge 3 times.

Please contact the Adventure Peaks office on 01539 433794 for further details.

Carrie Gibson

About Carrie Gibson

Carrie Gibson has traveled on many of our expeditions including Everest North Ridge, Denali, Aconcagua, Kilimanjaro, Elbrus, Island Peak & Ama Dablam. Carrie is also the first British woman to summit Himlung Himal.

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