Pobeda Peak is the highest point in Kyrgyz Republic and the highest peak among the Tien Shan mountains, the northernmost seven-thousander in the world. Its height is 7,439 meters. Pobeda Peak is considered one of the most difficult peaks to climb in Kyrgyzstan. At the same time, some summits adjacent to the peak still remain unconquered.
The base camp of Pobeda Peak is located on the South Inylchek glacier (4,000 meters); climbing it you can enjoy the panorama of Pobeda Peak and Khan-Tengri Peak, located nearby.
Pobeda Peak is known for its character, high difficulty of climbing. The routes leading to the peak are classified as one of the most difficult in the world of mountaineering. The harsh climate, strong and sudden gusts of wind, low temperatures, high altitude, steep slopes and snowstorms are just a few of the difficulties that the conqueror of Pobeda Peak will have to face.