MUZTAGH ATA CLIMBING means “Father of the Ice Mountain” in the local Kazakh and Uyghur languages, both Turkic dialects. The mass of Muztagh Ata climbing is in the Kunlun Shan Mountains in the highlands of Western China, where shepherds line up and graze their sheep. It is a big mountain consisting of two peaks, one of which is 7546m high and the other – 7130m. The distance is 2 km. This program allows both summits to take place from the same camp of Muztagh Ata. The main peak takes 15-20 days depending on the skill level of the participants. It is the second highest in the distance and at over 7,500 meters it is the easiest peak in the world. Going to Base Camp prepares us for the climb and allows us to experience the diversity of the landscape and its people.
He reached a height of 6300 meters in two attempts. The first historical ascent of peak 56 was by a Soviet-Chinese expedition led by Yevgeny Beletsky along the route marked by Hedi. In 1980, the American team was allowed to ride and ski, breaking the women’s world record for skiing at the top. This is the only ski mountain in the world at 7,500 meters.