Tajikistan mountain ranges, by Martin Gamache

Tajikistan mountain ranges, by Martin Gamache

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The following mountain ranges or regions have been featured recently in the AAJ. Pages for individual Climbs & Expeditions reports from each of these areas will be introduced as reports are added.

In general within the AAJ, ranges, regions, and reports begin in the west and continue eastward, and within that the flow is typically north to south.

Western Pamir

2011: Gunt and Sizdh Valleys, various ascents. By Bo White, with the help of Darren Benton, Jesse Burkhardt, and Chris Weidner

Southwest Pamir

2011: Mayakovsky (6,096m), south face, Czech Route. By Michal Kleslo, Czech Republic

Yazgulem Range

Muzkol Range

2009: Muzkol Range, Zartosh (6,128m). By Adam Thomas, Alpine Club

Shakhdara Range

2011: Pik Moscow Olympic Games (5,883m), south ridge. By Zdenda Bouda, Czech Republic

Zeravshin Range – Fanskiy Gory

2010: Parandas (4,250m), Odessa Route; Bodhona (5,138m), west face, Odessa Route. Alexander Lavrinenko, Ukraine (provided by Anna Piunova, www.mountain.ru, and translated by Ekaterina Vorotnikova)

2010: Parandas (4,250m) and Bodhana (5,138m), Maximenja routes. By Anna Piunova, www.mountain.ru, from information provided by Alexander Maximenja

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