Skiing expedition to Muzstagh-ata (7546m, Western China, non-technical)

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    Lightbulb Skiing expedition to Muzstagh-ata (7546m, Western China, non-technical)

    Good day!

    We´re gathering a group for a long-time-desired expedition to Muzstagh-ata (7546 m, Western China, Xinjiang province).

    We are looking for few folks to join us this August.

    Classically we go down skiing and it's a kinda highlight to ski down the 7546m giant.

    Muztagh-ata is non-technical climb but due to its elevation is by no means easy.



    We combined the trip with the help of local registered agencies, so will go up with a guide, and will make a one-week trip around Kyrgyzstan after ascent.

    Start and finish in Bishkek, the Kyrgyz capital. One month long in overall.

    After ascent to the peak we go back leisurely through Kyrgaystan: Tash Rabat, Issyk-Kul, Karakol, Ala Archa.

    I worked in Kyrgyzstan myself and, believe me, you will never forget how beautiful this country is.

    If you´re interested, please, find more here:
    https://www.facebook.com/events/1432182150388309/

    or just contact me

    Cheers, Katy

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    7,000 meters?!

    Bring the oxygen tank...
    2019-2020 2 days and counting...
    Killington: 11/15 Mount Snow: 11/27
    "Skiing is the closest you'll get to flying without leaving the ground." -snowmonster

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    Rather odd post. The OP has posted this on multiple message boards around the internet. I googled "Muzstagh-ata" to find out more about the mountain and the top 5 results are all about this trip.
    If it is legit, it looks like fun (is there any time built in to acclimatize?)

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    The more common transliteration appears to be "Muztagh Ata." Search on that an a lot of info comes up.

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    Do you start floating away at that altitude? Will I need radiation protection? Do I need my spacesuit?
    2019-2020 2 days and counting...
    Killington: 11/15 Mount Snow: 11/27
    "Skiing is the closest you'll get to flying without leaving the ground." -snowmonster

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    25,000 feet is just below the death zone.....sleeping is even tough.
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    Ok, I didn´t expect that skiing community would be in mountaineering too, so answer step by step.

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    Quote Originally Posted by from_the_NEK View Post
    Rather odd post. The OP has posted this on multiple message boards around the internet. I googled "Muzstagh-ata" to find out more about the mountain and the top 5 results are all about this trip.
    If it is legit, it looks like fun (is there any time built in to acclimatize?)
    As I wrote in the post, I´m busy gathering a group of people for this expedition. So there´s nothing odd you can see it on other related forums.
    It is legit, of course, and the trip will be done with assistance of local registered agencies: ITMC in Kyrgyzstan and Sil Road Expedition in Kashgar, China. I work with these agencies myself, as it has been several years I do Silk Road trips.
    Sure there´s time to acclimatize. We stay in the base camp sometimes up to 8 days, doing treks to the upper camps and going down again. In the base camp there´re all the facilities for "comfortable living". If you would love to know details, I can send you more detailed itinerary and other info about the tour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ss20 View Post
    7,000 meters?!

    Bring the oxygen tank...
    Not 7000 but 7546
    If you acclimatize correctly, you don´t need oxigen nor on the peak, neither on way to it. Even though it will be available for an emergency case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domeskier View Post
    The more common transliteration appears to be "Muztagh Ata." Search on that an a lot of info comes up.
    You´re right. You might search for "Muzstagh Ata", "Muztaghata" and "Mustagh Ata".

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