Khan Tengri, Kyrgyzstan

At  7,010  meters, Khan Tengri, located in the Tian Shan mountains on the borders of China, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, is the northern-most 7,000 meter peak on the planet. Join our small-group expedition to climb Khan Tengri via the West Ridge, in July of 2020.

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For full 2020 Khan Tengri Expedition details, please contact our office directly at 1-888-892-2266
July 19-Aug 9, 2020
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  • Included in the cost of the Khan Tengri 2020 expedition:
    • All guiding services and organization
    • All food while on expedition
    • All required safety equipment
    • 2 nights hotel accommodation in Bishkek
    • Accommodation (tents and huts)
    • All domestic air and ground transportation
    • All logistical support for the climb
    • Use of our satellite phone while on the climb
    • Expedition fees and permits
    Not included in the cost of the trip:
    • Transportation and international flight to/from Bishkek
    • All meals and beverages while not on the mountain
    • Personal clothing and equipment (see equipment list)
    • Medical and rescue insurance*
    • Visa’s and proper travel documents for travel to Kyrgyzstan
    • Lodging while off of the mountain (except as noted)
    • Tips and gratuities for guides and staff
    • Costs incurred by delays, or for any other reason
    • All costs as a result of lost or delayed baggage
    • Personal costs on and off the mountain.
    • July 19 (Day 1):
      Arrive in Bishkek and meet with team
    • July 20 (Day 2):
      Travel to Karakol
    • July 21 (Day 3):
      Ground transfer to Maidaadir
    • July 22 (Day 4):
      Helicopter to Base Camp on glacier
    • July 23-Aug 6 (Day 5 thru 19):
      2 weeks of climbing
    • Aug 7 (Day 20):
      Return via helicopter to Maidaadir, transfer to Karakol
    • Aug 8 (Day 21):
      Transfer to Bishkek/Almaty
    • Aug 9 (Day 22):
      Return international flight