At the age of 7 I summited my first Peak in Winter - Greater Chimgan (3,309 m) of the Chatkal Mountain range (the Western Tian Shan) is located in the territory of the Ugam-Chatkal National Park, and it is in the Bostanlyk administrative district (Tashkent Province) Uzbekistan. Since then mountains like Belukha, Mt Blanc,Tete Blanche, Ben Nevis and many more have been keeping me busy.
Technical routes, out-of-the-way peaks, exploratory climbing
On my To Do List:
Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan have always been drawing lots of my attention. I was born in Uzbekistan and have been spending lots of summers exploring Kazahstan’s, Uzbekistan’s and Kyrgyzstans mountains. I’ve been to Pakistan once but it was a very short trip. So I would like to go back and climb and look at mountains of my childhood. I don’t have a specific mountain in mind, once in Pakistan or Kyrgyzstan I would like to climb an unclimbed peak.
Preference of how I will reach my summits?
I would like to mix and match. Would like to join some guided expeditions but mainly would like to lead or join non-guided expeditions.
5. What would be my dream mountain to climb and why?
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