Peak Khan Tengri

Before the tours, the company's clients can explore the article about Khan Tengri Peak, which reaches an altitude of 6995 meters above sea level. On tours of Kyrgyzstan, you will be able to explore that the ice cap reaches an altitude of 7010 meters above sea level. Tourists on tours in Kyrgyzstan will be able to travel around the country, explore the peak located on the border with Kazakhstan, and located in the Issyk-Kul region.

You can find out on tours in Kyrgyzstan that the peak has names from the locals as "Prince of Spirits" or "Lord of the Sky". Guests will also be able to learn that the peak had different names at different times, as the researcher made mistakes in describing the peak when he confused it with Pobeda peak. In the beginning, the original name of the peak was Kan Tau, or (Blood Mountain). Most likely, the peak was so named because of the blood of the climbers who fell there, or the sunsets that were blood red.

On tours of Kyrgyzstan, guests can rent a car and learn the facts that in 1931, a group from Ukraine was the first to climb the peak. During the Soviet era, people could not just get to the peak and explore the territory of the mountain. All this is probably due to the unexplored territory of the peak. Customers of the company will be able to rent a car and see the mountain, as well as enjoy the beautiful views of the Enilchek glacier, and Lake Merzbacher, and on the way in tours to marvel at the rivers, lakes, and valleys of beautiful landscapes.