The Pamir is a mountain range in Central Asia, which is counted to the roof of the world. The area of Pamir is covered with about 1,200 km² of the glaciers and ice. The Kongur Tagh with 7,649 m is the highest peak in the Pamir massif and is located in the Chinese province of Xinjiang.
The M41 Pamir Highway, is officially a part of the highway M41, the main thoroughfare of the Pamir mountains in Central Asia. It is the only road connecting the eastern Tajik region of Gorno-Badakhshan and after the Karakorum Highway, the second highest paved highway in the world.
Dates for 2018: July 28 to August 18, 2018 (21 days)
Tour highlights at the M41 Pamir Highway (Osh - Dushanbe)
- The world's largest natural walnut forests (30,000 hectares)
- Shor-Kul and Rang-Kul (lake) at 3,790 m
- With a very good panoramic view one can enjoy a view of the following peaks: K2 with 8,611 m, peak Lenin with 7,134 m, Nanga Parbat with 8,125 m and the Gasherbrum Shan with 8,080 m