Mt. Peak Lenina was explored in 1871 by a Russian
geographer Alexei Fedchenko. He named the mountain for Russia's
Governor of the day, Kaufman. In 1928 the mountain was given the
name, Peak Lenina.
The northern slopes, when covered with a sufficient amount of snow,
are good for skiing.
Ski descent from the summit falls under the category of skiextreme
and is not included in this catalogue. However, it may also be organized
on request. In the latter case, please contact us week in advance.