An interesting attraction in tours of Kyrgyzstan can be the study of Lenin Peak, which is located in the Osh region, in the south of Kyrgyzstan. During the tours in Kyrgyzstan, guests of the country will be able to get acquainted with many places, learn facts and information and drive along the road bordering Tajikistan. 7134 meters is the height of the peak. You can visit the peak, explore the country in a rented car, and marvel at the beauty of nature. But for example, it will not always be possible to see the top of the peak, as clouds can cover it.
You will be able to learn on tours in Kyrgyzstan that high in the mountains can be changeable temperature and weather. In 1871, the explorer A. P. Fedchenko traveled around the country, who was able to study and discover the mountain. The peak was formerly named as Kaufman Peak, which was given in honor of the governor and the Soviet leader. The peak is now named after the former ruler after Lenin.
You can explore that the peak was first conquered in 1929, when the first expedition took place, but then not all participants were able to conquer the peak and reach its top. The Soviet Red Army soon repeated the ascent and was able to bring and erect a monument to Lenin on the summit. In 1967, the events of the later 301 the expedition made an anniversary hike to the mountain. Then, thanks to this campaign, about 16 new routes were discovered.
You will be able to explore the country on tours of Kyrgyzstan, and learn that the mountains can be dangerous. Anyone who goes on tours in Kyrgyzstan will be able to rent a car, but before you get acquainted with the information. You should be aware of all the events and know that in the mountains the weather is unpredictable, and the danger can also lurk in the form of avalanches and crevices. In 1974, there were tragic events related to the ascent of the peak, when a team of women was captured by a storm, and in 1991, a team of 44 people was hit by an earthquake.