Fann Mountains
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minoo vahdat
8 bidrag
jan. 2020 • Alene
Such a pretty area, pretty crowded on a weekend but the weather was perfect in January. Tajikistan has the most beautiful mountain that you can found. You can spend an entire day just enjoy.
Skrevet 25. januar 2020
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Andrea A
Denver, CO6 bidrag
aug. 2018
We spent 2 weeks traveling in Tajikistan in August 2018. Umed from Fann Mountain Travel picked us up at the airport and arranged the entire 2 weeks. First week was spent trekking in the Fann Mountains. Amazing scenery but even more amazing was the cultural experience with the guide, cook and 3 donkey quides as well at all the local villagers. We then went to the Pamir Mountains and had an amazing time there as well. Tajikistan is a country not to be missed. The people are the most hospital in the world. Umed thanks for the fabulous trip as well as David and Alfred. Highly recommend Fann Mountain Travel LTD.
Skrevet 26. august 2018
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Maria_TravelFan
Podolsk, Russland364 bidrag
aug. 2018
Цвет воды в горных озерах волшебный! Атмосфера очень умиротворяющая, настраивающая на созерцательный лад. Все книги и информацию, требующие глубокого осмысления, рекомендую оставить на мегаполисы; единственное чтиво, которое идет хорошо, - легкое, спокойное, ориентированное на внутренний комфорт (к примеру, "Год в Провансе" - не реклама - просто жизненный опыт). Треккинги в силу высоты являются испытанием духа и тела. Зато те виды, которые открываются с перевалов, дают ответ на вопрос: "Зачем я сюда забрался? И к чему все эти физические перегрузки?"
Skrevet 26. august 2018
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Kerry S
Roseville, MN23 bidrag
mai 2017 • Familie
I lived in Dushanbe for many years and while there I passed thru the Fann Mountains many times. I have visited Iskanderkul Lake and little villages nestled along the main road from Dushanbe to Ayni and on to Panjakent and Khujand. These mountains get into your soul and heart. The people have always been fantastic, warm and helpful. It certainly would help you to learn some Russian or Tajik before you go but many people now speak English. I would visit any time in the summer from March onward to September. Although early March may be too soon to go into the mountains it is really the spring vernal equinox Nowruz Festival that should be experienced which occurs in late March. Buzkashi also happens in the early spring as well. There is so much culture to see in Tajikistan that it is a must see country.
Skrevet 11. april 2018
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Scrat59
Bergamo, Italia127 bidrag
aug. 2017 • Venner
Make a round trek in this range and you will experience how steep are the mountains and how hard is to live in this country.
Skrevet 14. desember 2017
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André D
Belgia51 bidrag
aug. 2016 • Venner
Vous avez l'âme d'un trekkeur ? Vous êtes du genre à relever des défis ? A faire ce que les autres ne font pas ? A la recherche de votre premier 5.000 m dans un environnement pas trop hostile ? En quête de vues extraordinaires, de lacs de montagne d'une beaté rare ? Voici un trek fait pour vous. Les Fanns Mountains offrent une multitude de possibilité pour des treks de 2 à 10 jours, loin des sentiers battus. C'est une montagne "jeune", donc relativement escarpé. Le trek n'est pas de tout repos, il faut être marcheur confirmé ou au moins avoir de bonnes jambes. Notre groupe, 17 belges de 18 à 56 ans ont fait un trek de 8 jour, partant du nord des Fans (camp de base Artouch), traversant tout le massif, pour arriver à Sary Tag. But du voyage était de faire le Mont Energia, un 5000 mètres juste en face du Mont Chimtarga, ce dernier étant, avec ses 5.489 m, le point culminant des Fans. Trek d'une grande diversité, magnifique et magique. Guide et porteurs très sympas, cuisinière russe fantastique. Attention aux conditions météo dans les Fans ! Normalement, grand beau temps au mois de juillet et août, mais ça n'a pas du tout été le cas quand nous y étions. Orage tous les soirs et tempête de neige à 3500 mètres. Mais, paraît-il, c'est plutôt exceptionnel.
Vol sur Dushanbe, la capitale, à partir de l'Europe avec escale à Kiev ou Istanbul. Compter 4 à 5 heures de voiture pour rejoindre les Fanns.
Skrevet 12. april 2017
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Kalpak_Travel
Nussbaumen, Sveits114 bidrag
aug. 2016 • Venner
Few hours drive from Dushanbe absolutely stunning scenery awaits you in Fann mountains. Typical trekking tours go from one mountain lake to another one over some passes, always with great view on snow-capped mountains and going through different vegetation zones. Compared to Pamirs, the average elevation is lower which makes it easier to walk and less cold, and you can see more villages and farms on the way. In a trek of around 5, 6 days you can see a good part of the Fann mountains. If you are interested in history I would suggest to include the town Penjikent in a tour to the Fann mountains. Pamirs and Fann mountains are very distinct in regards to nature but also culture, as Pamiri people are different from Tajiks, so it's definitely worth to visit both Pamir and Fann mountains. :)
Skrevet 23. september 2016
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SNKolia
Moskva, Russland3 981 bidrag
apr. 2016 • Venner
По дороге к озеру Искандеркуль проезжаешь через Фанские горы. И виды просто завораживают. Невероятно красиво!!!
Skrevet 19. juli 2016
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GoranWembley
Storbritannia4 100 bidrag
aug. 2015 • Alene
Fann Mountains in the west of Tajikistan are trekker's paradise. Very different to Pamirs and possibly more foot friendly. There are already well established (unmarked) trails and routes; those with camping equipment are in the best position to enjoy most of what mountains have to offer. Those without the equipment are limited to visits to Iskander Kul from Sarvoda on taxi; Seven (I think it was seven) Lakes south of Penjikent or making a trek or two out of Artuch. I had no time to do all three as my patience with Tajikistan's transportation was seriously running out. I would really love to be back and do two treks: 1. Artuch-Kulikalon Lakes-Alaudin Lakes-Iskander Kul and 2. Penjikent to the furthest you can go in the seven lakes region.

This is what I did in three days from Penjikent:

Day 1:
8am at the Penjikent bazaar for shared ride to Artush. Well, the morning marshrutka was cancelled and the next direct one was scheduled for sometimes around noon. I went for the first available one to Rudaki then a nice 5km trek to Artuch.

The LP says that homestay was available in Artuch, I had trouble finding anyone who speaks Russian. And once I found them they told me there are no official places to sleep in Artuch. Well, people were willing to take me in for nothing, "budesh nash gost", but I didn't want to be anyone's guest without paying for accommodation no matter how kind they seemed. So I had to trek further 7km to Artuch Alplager. Fine, had plenty of time and the villages and nature along the way were nice. And a chai stop as the villagers wouldn't take "spasiba balshoi" for an answer. They told me that I must have tea with them and only then I was allowed to say "thanks a lot".

Artuch Alplager has two types of accommodation: the main wooden building and lux/non lux chalets. The room in main building is USD10 for foreigners and 50 Somoni for locals. This "inostranets" price is most certainly made up as it wasn't displayed at the price list. Never mind. The overcharging almost certainly took place on food there too as the prices couldn't be agreed between members of staff. The beautiful woman with Turkic face features, kind of a boss there, loooves money, so obvious. Very keen to organise the transportation even though that every foreigner comes to Fan Mountains to walk and do many walks. The best thing about the Alplager was Ruksora, the cook, whose food and friendliness made my stay at that place enjoyable in the end.

Day 2:
The trek to Kulikalon Lakes took only two hours to complete. It was nice and the trail was super easy to find. The biggest lake is the most beautiful one so I spent 15 minutes admiring it from its shores.

You'd really need to walk around the area to appreciate the beauty of other lakes. Or head to the hills north of the lakes and try to find a good vantage point. I did this and saw maybe 8/12 lakes at one point. The surrounding mountains add to drama. Very beautiful. Back the same way to Alplager. All together some 5 hours including 1.5 hours spent at the lakes.

I did another trek what I thought it'd be a short trek to Kul Chukurak; the lake located right above the Alplager. Then I discovered that it was possible to make a circular trek to Kulikalon Lakes this way, so weed off! Met Dan and Ora from Israel and we all headed to Lake Zivrat some 5km up from Kol Chukurak. Warning: I wouldn't attempt to reach Kulikalon Lakes this way without a very good map! I think it was better I didn't know about this way earlier in the day; the path up to Zivrat Pass really can be difficult to guess without the map. The views, however, from the pass on a clear day must be spectacular.

I left my Israeli friends at Lake Zivrat to camp and went back. Shocked to see both of them at Alplager some 2 hrs later! Well, they found it not good for camping up there and went back to Alplager. I was hoping to see their pics of views from the pass, but this wasn't to be.

Day 3:
Woke up at 4am to catch transportation from Artuch to Penjikent. Walked to Artuch, no transportation and no surprise so I carried on towards Rudaki. I stopped the private car leaving from Artuch and secured the direct ride to Penjikent for 20 Somoni. There were plenty of transportation options from Rudaki for the usual 10 Somoni.
Skrevet 3. juli 2016
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Наталья Ж
Novosibirsk, Russland114 bidrag
mai 2016 • Venner
Фанские горы безумно красивы, но в силу своей молодости они строптивы и сыпят камнями.

Ездила только на машине и местами было очень страшно.
Skrevet 11. mai 2016
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