Central Pamir.

Peak Korjenevskoy climbing (7105 m).

Leader - Georgy Regetsiy, Russia, Omsk, 2003, K2 Adventures Travel Agency.

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 Russian mountaineers from Leningrad (now- St. Petersburg), leader - A. Ugarov.

Route description and climbing map for normal route is here. See also: special page dedicated to Moskvina Glade BC and 1992-93 climbing report.

Photos by Georgy Regetsiy, comments by Igor Fedyaev.

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Pamir. Peak Korjenevskoy climbing. To camp-6300. Combined climbing.
Pamir. Peak Korjenevskoy climbing. Way to summit.
Above Camp-6300 the way is becoming even steeper and still combined- ice + rock..
From the Camp-6300 (assault camp) the way to summit is clearly seen- along the pre-summit spur to the left. Summit is visible as small rock hill upon snow straight forward
Pamir. Peak Korjenevskoy climbing. Pre-summit spur.
Pamir. Peak Korjenevskoy climbing. Pre-summit spur.
Pre-summit spur is the guideline of the assault attempt.
Pamir. Peak Korjenevskoy climbing. The summit.
Pamir. Moskvina field BC.
Done! On the summit of Peak Korjenevskoy at 7105 m. Not fine weather but nice feeling!
After climbing it bania is worth visit (in behind) and shashlik is worth eat (the cooking is in progress at the foreground).
Pamir. Moskvina BC. Sat phone.
Pamir. Moskvina BC. Chopper is taking off.
Make a sat call home, get congratulations from relatives and friends...
...and say "Goodbye!" to Pamir...

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