Soviet Snow Leopards

These 5 massive peaks comprise the ultimate mountaineering challenge within the borders of the former Soviet Union. In recent years, peak names have changed but the underlying test of extreme mountaineering skill remains. To summit all 5 is an exceptional feat!




  • Pik Ismail Somoni

    24,590 ft / 7,495 m • 4 summits • Tajikistan

    Pik Ismail Somoni is a 24,590 ft / 7,495 m mountain peak in the Pamir Range in Tajikistan. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 1st highest mountain in Tajikistan. The n...

  • Jengish Chokusu (Tomur Feng)

    24,406 ft / 7,439 m • 0 summits • China , Kyrgyzstan

    Jengish Chokusu (Tomur Feng) is a 24,406 ft / 7,439 m mountain peak in the Kakshaal Too Range in China , Kyrgyzstan. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 23rd highest mo...

  • Pik Lenin (Ibn Sina Peak)

    23,406 ft / 7,134 m • 1 summit • Kyrgyzstan , Tajikistan

    Pik Lenin (Ibn Sina Peak) is a 23,406 ft / 7,134 m mountain peak in the Pamir Range in Kyrgyzstan , Tajikistan. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 2nd highest mountain...

  • Pik Korzhenevskaya

    23,310 ft / 7,105 m • 3 summits • Tajikistan

    Pik Korzhenevskaya is a 23,310 ft / 7,105 m mountain peak in the Pamir Range in Tajikistan. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 3rd highest mountain in Tajikistan. The ...

  • Khan Tengri

    22,999 ft / 7,010 m • 1 summit • China , Kyrgyzstan , Kazakhstan

    Khan Tengri is a 22,999 ft / 7,010 m mountain peak in the Tian Shan Range in China , Kyrgyzstan , Kazakhstan. Based on peakery data, it ranks as the 36th highest mountain ...