Professional mountain guides of the Asia Mountains Company
You need a talented, professional and trained person who can safely lead an expedition in the high mountains? Our guides are real professionals in the field of alpine climbing, trekking, cycling, horse riding and other tours. We select each guide based on his ability to provide an unprecedented level of security to customers. Many of our high-altitude guides have international certificates from IFMGA / KMGA. Each of our guides is certified in the knowledge of first aid in the mountains and has the necessary qualifications for carrying out various types of adventure tours in mountainous areas (trekking, climbing, overland, horseback riding, etc.). When you decide to travel with us, you can be sure that your trip will be carefully planned and carried out in the best possible way.
Nikolai Totmianin has more than two hundred ascents in his portfolio. He began climbing being a student of Leningrad State University. He came to the mountains first time in 1982 and after only five years was able to get the title of the Master of Sports (Soviet-Russian system).
Сlimbing in the Caucasus, the Pamirs, Tien Shan, Korakorum, the Himalayas, the Alps. Peaks: Zhannu (7,710 m), K2 - the western wall, Eiger along the northern wall, Korzhenevskaya, Everest from the north and many other peaks.
He is the winner of the Golden Ice Ax award and has the six-time title of…
Oleg is known as the Elephant among climbers. Master of Sports. He started climbing in 1985.
Oleg is a versatile and very interesting person. He rushes to reach his goals and achieve something, always looks for new adventures and impressions. Oleg is an experienced and professional high-altitude mountain guide.
He graduated from the Swiss Mountain Guides Training School (KMGA). As an athlete he always tries to be the first not only himself, but also to lead his team to the victory.
One of the achievements is participation in the multi-sports Raid Goluas - 2003 Race.…
Pavel came to Kyrgyzstan as a tourist, but he liked the country so much that he could not leave. He changed Moscow bustle to the silence of the mountain region. Pavel is a certified guide. He graduated from the Mountain Guides Training School. Today he is the technical director of the Mountain Guides Association of the Kyrgyz Republic.
Professional career was started in 2004. Pasha adheres to three basic principles at work: the safety of clients, the transfer of positive experience during travel, the achievement of goals. In his opinion, an important part of any plan is to return safe…
Young, professional and very promising climber. Arthur was born in the small town of Karakol, Issyk-Kul Region. He started amateur trips to the mountains with friends. He moved to Bishkek at the age of 16. He entered the Polytechnic University at mechanical engineer specialty. He went into athletics. He noticed an advert for recruitment to the mountaineering club at the university.
In June 2007, he met Dmitriy Pavlenko. It was necessary to deliver a large gas cylinder to the Ratsek Hut. This was his first salary in the mountains. They exchanged contacts and Arthur began to make constant…
He was born on October 10, 1984 in Bishkek. The main priorities in working with clients for him are safety, as well as the success of the planned ascent.
In 2008 he completed first aid courses and rescuer training; Certificate No. 262 of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Kyrgyzstan. Since autumn 2009 he is a member of the Mountain Guides Association of Kyrgyzstan. Instructor-Methodist of mountaineering of the third category.
certified guide (KMGA) according to IFMGA-UIAGM standards, the period of study - 2008-2011.
Professional mountain guide, climber and lifeguard. Master of Sports in mountain and sports tourism, CMS in mountaineering, CMS in sports orienteering, CMS in sports and tourist all-around. He is the president of the Sport and Tourism Federation of the Republic of Adygea.
Guide in the Seven Peaks program, work with disabled spinal problems people on McKinley and Elbrus peaks, rescue operation on Mount Chogori (Karakorum); ascents to Peak Lenin, Kilimanjaro, Vinson, Aconcagua, Muztag-Ata (China), Peak Kongur (China) and finally, Everest; climbs in the…
Master of Sports in mountaineering. He loves mountains and goes to them since childhood. He considers trekking in the mountains to be the best workout: the more often, the better. In 2000 he received the title of CMS. The first high-altitude experience was Khan-Tengri in 2002. The next year he went to Peak Lenin. 2008 - Ama Dablam, then Lhotse and Nanga Parbat.
Mountains are the most important in his life. He is inspired by new adventurous projects. As a professional guide, Nikolai has not only knowledge and skills, but also knows how to talk with a client, because a good guide is…
Professional guide from Kazakhstan. Boris has very important qualities that every guide should possess: patience, prudence, accuracy. He applies these qualities not only in his work, but also in life. He is one of the best guides.
Professional instructor of the third category, winner of the Golden Ice Ax Asia award in 2009.
Some of the most significant ascents are to the peaks: Semenov Tian-Shansky in winter (5B), Khan-Tengri from the north (5B), Svobodnaya Korea (5B), Korona, the fifth tower (6A), Makalu; Bayankol, southeast edge (first ascent),…