I look at the mountains, and the mountains looking at me, and for a long time we gaze, not bothering each other.
- Lee Bo

A Fortnight in the Fanns (14 days)

Day 1 Dushanbe
Day 2 Chukurak lakes
Day 3 Lake Bibijannat
Day 4 Emerald Lakes
Day 5 Lake Mutnoye
Day 6 Chimtarga Pass
Day 7 Zindon Gorge
Day 8 Mirali Pass base
Day 9 Chimtarga Peak
Day 10 Bolshoye Allo Lake
Day 11 Big Allo Lake
Day 12 Zimtut Village
Day 13 Istaravshan
Day 14 Departure
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Classic Tajikistan

Day 1/2 Dushanbe
Day 3 Dushanbe - Iskanderkul Lake
Day 4 Lake Iskanderkul - Saritag Village
Day 5 Saritag Village - Alaudin Lake
Day 6 Alaudin Lake - Base Artuch
Day 7 Base Artuch - Seven Lakes
Day 8 Seven Lakes - Penjikent - Khujand
Day 9 Departure
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Land of the Seven Lakes: Natural Beauty of Tajikistan

Day 1/2 Dushanbe
Day 3 Varzob Canyon – Karakul River
Day 4 Karakul river – Pastyshiy Kamen (Shepherd’s Stone)
Day 5 Dugdon Pass – Sarihodan Canyon
Day 6 Pushtikul Pass – Obi-safed
Day 7 Munora Pass – Sarimat River
Day 8 Tovassang pass – Hazorchashma Lake
Day 9 Hazorchashma – Pendjikent
Day 10 Dushanbe
Day 11 Departure
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Trekking and climbing to Chimtarga Peak

Day 1. Dushanbe.
Day 2. Dushanbe – Fann mountains (275 km)
Day 3. Trekking. Ascent to Chukurak Pass (3100 m)
Day 4. Trekking. Ascent to the Aladdin Pass (3860 m)
Day 5. Trekking. Ascent to the Lake Mutnoye (3600 m)
Day 6. Trekking. After having the breakfast at camp we will ascent to 4500 m
Day 7. Climbing day. Early week up and climbing to Energya Peak ( 5105 m)
Day 8. Mountaineering. Mirali Pass.
Day 9. Climbing day. Chimtarga Peak (5489 m)
Day 10. Bolshoye Allo Lake
Day 11. Trekking. Descend to Right side of Zindon gorge
Day 12. Trekking. Descent to the mountain track along the confluence of Amshut
Day 13. Zimtut – Khujand.
Day 14. Khujand – Tashkent.
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Communism and E.Korjenevskoy peaks

Traditionally the central and northwestern parts of the Pamir are considered one region. Two of the three peaks over 7,000 m above sea level in the Pamir are in this area - Mt. Communism (7,495 m) and Mt. Evgenii Korzhenevskoy (7,105m)- and there is also the Fedchenko glacier, the largest in Central Asia (71.2 km long).
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