Oleg Turaev KMGA-IFMGA guide, skilled and professional mountain guide. He is Master of Sports in alpinism. Oleg is kind and patient with people. One of his achievements is participation in “Raid Gauloises championship -2003″, climbing in Himalaya and peaks over 7000m. Oleg is also a professional skier and heli ski guide. He is a friendly and open person.
There are more than two hundred ascents in his list of climbing. First time when he got to the mountains was in 1982; and after five years he got the name of Master of Sports. Nikolay has been climbing in Caucasus, Pamir, Tien Shan, Himalayas and Alps. Among peaks that he climbed are: Jannu 7710, K2 (from the North), Eiger (North face), peak of Korjenevskaya, Everest (north face), Khan-Tengri, Pobeda, Communism peak and other well known summits. He got the Golden Ice axe and the name of the “Snow leopard” (six times). He is friendly, modest and polite with people.
Young and professional guide. Artur was born in a small town Karakol in Issyk Kul area. He started hiking with friends at school. Then he moved to Bishkek when he was 16. He entered Polytechnic Institute. At University he started athletics. During his studing at University Artur joined climbig club. Later he met up with Dmitry Pavlenko. Artur joined Dmitry’s school of Alpinism in 2007. Next year in 2008 Artur climbed Khan Tengri from the north. In 2009 Kommunism and Korzhenevskaya peaks. 2010 – Khan Tengri from the south and Pobeda peak. In 2011 – Lenin peak. Artur got the title of “Snow Leopard” and became the youngest “Snow Leopard” in the country. Very friendly, kind and patient person.
The main priorities for him in guiding is safety and success. Qualifications: In the period 2008-2011 was trained at Mountain Guide School in Kyrgyzstan according to IFMGA-UIAGM standards. On results of training and passing exams qualification is appropriated. In 2008 he attended a course in first aid, as well as training in rescue and issued license number 262 Emergency Situations of Kyrgyzstan. Instructor Methodist third category of mountaineering. Experience: work with clients in the areas Terskey Ala-Too, Kyrgyz Ala-Too, Central Tien Shan, Pamir. Also as a guide in the high-altitude camp Lenin Peak (7134 m), climbed the Pobeda peak (7439m) and Khan Tengri (7010m). Sporting achievements: Mountaineering level: TD D+ ED+ Sport climbing level: 7a-7b on sight, 7c-8b red point. Expertise: High-altitude and technical climbing, Instructional and Training Facilities, ski-tour, trekking, hiking, bike tour. Languages: English, Russian.
Pavel is certified guide. At the moment he is technical director of the Association of mountain guides of Kyrgyzstan. He supports three main principles in a guide work (priority-oriented): 1. Safety of clients 2. To give positive experience for clients 3. To reach the goal of climbing, travel. In Pavel’s opinion the most important point of the tactic plan of any climbing is “To come back alive and healthy!” He has following titles: Snow Leopard, badge of Rescue Team, alpine instructor. He has experience of rescue works at an altitude over 6900m. Climbs: the Caucasus, Zaalay ridge, the Tien-Shan, the Pamirs, the Alps, Karakorum. He has successful climbs with clients at the Caucasus, the Pamirs, the Tien-Shan, including seventhousenders. He is also professional guide for heliski and skitouring. He guides avalanche courses and school of free-ride.
Well known in alpinism, professional climber and high altitude mountaineer. He has huge experience over 7000m. Peak Pobeda (7439m), Lenin peak (7134m), Khan Tengri (7010m), Korzhenevskaya peak (7105m) and other mountains in Tien Shan, Pamirs and Alps.
Is a professional climber, guide and rescuer. He is a Master of Sports in sports hiking, a Master of Sports in mountain hiking, a Candidate on Masters of Sports(CMS) in alpinism, a CMS in orienteering, CMS in sport-tourist all around events, a president of Tourist-Sport Federation in Republic of Adigei and he is a very good person in whole. He likes to work with Asia Mountains, to guide groups to Lenin Peak, to Muztagh-Ata peak. And he likes Asia in tote. He has lots of interesting in his record of service, for example – Ascending with disabled people to Mak-Kinley Peak, winter ascend of Lenin Peak, guide work for the program of 7 summits, and finally – Everest.
KMGA-IFMGA guide. Lenin peak solo and with clients several times. Trekking and ski guide. Yaroslav is 30 years old but very experienced guide at Lenin Peak. Every summer he works with 2-3 groups at Lenin peak. Very good English speaking guide responsible and kind person with good sense of humor.
Aspirant KMGA guide school. He has second rank in mountaineering. Alex climbed in the Crimea 5A, in the Caucasus, as well as in Tien Shan to 4B-5A. The main work is guiding on Mount Elbrus all year round. He has more than twenty ascents to Elbrus. He climbed Kazbek more than ten times. I also he climbed the summit Ushba. Alex is attentive to details, responsible and patient person.
Professional guide from Kazakhstan. This person has very important qualities: patience, reliability and trustworthy that is very important not in guide’s job but in everyday life too. Boris is one of the best guides, Professional Instructor, winner of the “Golden Ice Axe Asia” 2009. Most significant summits: 2007: peak of Semenov Tien Shanski in winter 5B; 2007: peak Khan Tengri (7010м), from the North 5B; 2008: peak of Free Korea, 5B; 2008: peak Korona, 5th tower, 6А; 2008: peak Makalu (8463м); 2008: peak of Free Korea, 6А; 2008: peak Bayankol, south-eastern ridge (first ascent) 5А; 2008: peak Khan Tengri (7010м), from the South 5А; 2008: peak Marble Wall (6400м), classic route; 2008: peak Yoshkar Ola, in the middle of western wall (first ascent) 5А; 2009: peak of Semenov Tien Shanski in winter 5B; 2009: peak Cho Oyu (8201м), south-eastern wall, first ascent with D.Urubko; 2009: peak of Semenov Tien Shanski 5B;