|Range/Region:||Central Tien Shan|
|Difficulty:||Major Mountain Expedition|
|Best months for climbing:||Jul, Aug|
|Year first climbed:||1956|
|First successful climber(s):||Vitali Abalakov's party|
|Nearest major airport:||Almaty, Kazakhstan, в?mqi, China, Moscow, Russia|
|Convenient Center:||Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, Karakol, Kyrgzystan|
Pik Pobeda is the highest mountain in the Tian Shan, and the most northerly 7,000-meter peak in the world. It is a massive dome, covered in snow and ice, located just ten miles south of the range's second highest peak, Khan Tengri (7010 m./ 22,998 ft.). Although Pobeda is 1500 feet higher than its neighbor to the north, Khan Tengri was believed to be the highest peak in the range until Pobeda's discovery in 1946. Pobeda's longstanding obscurity is testimony to its extreme remoteness.
NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 3 trip reports for Pik Pobeda.
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- Log #14144 - by Merab Khabazi on Nov 30, 2000Was very exhaustive because of bad weather and high winds. The team of 6 Georgians has been climbing during 8 dais. Our goal was also to find the body of Georgian climber Iliko Gabliani, who died...
- Log #14145 - by Serg Komarov on June 07, 1999We are planed ascent on Pobeda (classic way) with acclimatization on Khan-Tengry. Have somebody the information about last year ascents on Pobeda
- Log #14146 - by Steve Elliott on Apr 15, 1999Ensure that the balkan conflict doesn't spill over into the greater Russian Federation during your planning process.