Central Pamir.

Peak Korjenevskoy climbing (7105 m).

Leader - Georgy Regetsiy, Russia. Omsk, 1992-1993.

Peak Korjenevskoy (also known as Evgenii Korjenevskoy Peak) is located in Akademii Nauk (Academy of Sciences) Range, was discovered Aug. 10, 1910 by Russian Middle Asia explorer Nikolay Korjenevskiy, named by him after his wife, Evgeniya. First ascend - in 1953 by Leningrad mountaineers, leader - A. Ugarov.

Route description and climbing map for normal route is here. See also: year-2003 climbing fotoreport and special page dedicated to Moskvina Fiel BC.

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Pamir. Embarcation in Dushanbe airport.
Pamir. Korjenevskoy peak seen from helicopter.
Embarkation on the Mi-8 helicopter in Dushanbe airport. The goal is the Moskvin's Glade. Now, due to unstable situation in modern Tajikistan, helicopters usually fly from Osh town or from Tadjik-Kirgiz border from Karamyk helipad.
Peak Korjenevskoy seen from helicopter before landing on Moskvin's Glade. The classic climbing route is clearly visible.
Pamir. Korjenevskoy peak seen from Borodkin spur.
Pamir. Moskvin's Field.
Peak Korjenevskoy seen from Borodkin Spur (part of the route on Communism Peak).
Training on the Moskvin's Glade.
Pamir. Moskvin's Field.
Pamir. Seracs on Moskvin's glacier.
Moskvin's Glade - the base camp's site (4200 m).
Seracs on the Moskvin Gl.
Pamir. Moskvin's field & Chetireh Peak seen from route to camp-5100.
Pamir. Moskvin's Field & Valter gl. seen from ascend to camp-5100.
Moskvina Gl. and Chetireh Peak ("Peak of the 4th") seen from the ascend to Camp-5100.
View to the Moskvin's Glade and Valter Gl. from the ascend to Camp-5100.
Pamir. Korjenevskoy peak. Camp-5100.
Pamir. Korjenevskoy peak. Camp-5100.

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