Khan Tengri (7010m) is located on the border between Kazakhstan and Kyrgystan and not far to the east with the Chinese border. The first ascent was made by the Russian Peter Semyonov in 1857. It is a benchmark in altitude aplinism, the ascent becoming purely alpine, which makes use of you, constituting an important stage before climbing an 8,000th.
Period: July, August
Route: Approaching the mountain is done by helicopter, starting from Karakol 2200m and crossing the Inylchek glacier, the third in the world outside polar glaciers, landing at 4200 in the Base Camp. From here begins the actual ascension of the mountain, one in alpine style with acclimatization and equipping T1 camps 4500m, T2 5200m, T3 6000m. For the most part, the ascent is made in fixed ropes.
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