Khan Tengri, Kyrgyzstan's highest peak, rises to 6995 meters above sea level and is the country's highest mountain. Despite the ice cap, the mountain's peak rises to 7010 meters. Aside from the tour, rent a car in Kyrgyzstan and learn about the country's geography, such as how far it is from Kazakhstan and where it is in the Issyk Kul region on travel.
Locals refer to it as the "Prince of Spirits" or "Ruler of the Sky" because the researcher misunderstood it as Pobeda in his description. According to folklore, the original name is Kan Tau (Blood Mountain). This is most likely owing to the blood of vaulters who died there or the red sunsets.
According to car rent in Kyrgyzstan for tours, the first Ukrainian climbing group to scale the peak in 1931 was headquartered in Kyrgyzstan. Ordinary people were not authorized to enter this mountain's area during the Soviet era. Because it is a new area, this is very likely the case. On a tour, you'll see the Enilchek Glacier and Merzbacher lakes, as well as magnificent valleys, rivers, and gorges with breathtaking vistas as you approach the peak.