Climbing Central Asia's highest mountains

In pursuit of the Snow Leopard Award


The Snow Leopard challenge sets the  goal to climb Central Asia's five highest mountains. All of which are higher then 7.000m and thus only for the experienced mountaineer.

In 2016 the team climbed Peak Lenin (7.134m), in 2017 Khan Tengri (7.010M) and make an attempt of Pik Pobeda (7.439m) but did not succeed. In summer 2019 the team will attempt Pik Communizma (7.495m) and Pik Korjenevskoy (7.105m). Read more about the upcoming or past expeditions in our blogs!

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Climbing Peak Lenin (7.134m) gave us a taste of what high-altitude climbing is all about.