Climbing central asia’s highest mountains

In pursuit of the Snow Leopard Award


Currently on a expedition to

Peak Pobeda (7.439m)

from 17th of july to 18th of August


The initial plan was to go to Peak Communism and Korzhenevskaya, however the helicopter didn’t go and the team had to change plans! They now diverted their expedition to Peak Pobeda (7.439m). After summiting Khan Tengri in 2017, the team made an attempt on this difficult mountain. This time they almost have four weeks to get the job done!

Follow the adventure as it happens! Check out Twitter and Instagram. Also take a look at the team’s live location through the SPOT-page below.


what is

Project 5 Peaks


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 they climbed Khan Tengri (7.010m) and made an unsuccessful attempt on Peak Pobeda (7.439m). In summer 2019 the team will attempt Peak Communizma (7.495m) and Peak Korjenevskaya (7.105m).

Read more about the upcoming or past expeditions in our blogs!


Next expedition

Peak Communism & Peak Korzhenevskaya

In the summer of 2019 the team will head off to Tadzjikistan. They will try to climb Peak Communism (7.495m) and Peak Korzhenevskaya (7.105m). If successful only the treacherous Peak Pobeda remains. Similar to previous expeditions all climbs will be unsupported and in pure alpine style climbing . This year they will further raise the bar and climb a non-conventional route on their next seventhousander !