Through the Pass to the Inpsi Lake
7 km (4 miles), 900-meters (2,953 ft.) climb, 800-meters (2,625 ft.) descent
trekking, horses will carry our backpacks, and then we'll carry them ourselves
Soon after the beginning of the ascent to the pass, we will have to let the horses go and carry our gear ourselves to make it through the Tsyndyshkho Pass (2,750 m (9,022 ft.)).
As we'll be climbing the pass, nature will be getting tougher and tougher. There are only rocks and snow on the pass. There is this majestic silence. The difficulties of climbing will be paid off by stunning views. At the end of this hard day, we will go down to the Inpsi Lake and set up tents on its shores. There are a forest and alpine meadows there. There is this absolutely wild untouched nature around.
We'll spend the night in tents.