Height 7546. (1956)

Film-document №4702 2 parts, Duration: 0:17:19 to collection Price category A

Not Digitized

Availability of videosources

Needs clarification of possibility of digitizing in HD.

Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Grek I.

Operators: Grek I., Sidorenko A.

Composers: Mayzel B.

Anouncers: Khmara L.

Text writers: Braslavskiy L.


Soviet and Chinese alpinists are climbing the mountain of Muztag Ata.

Historical background

History: A film about climbing 12 Chinese and 19 Soviet climbers on one of the unconquered peaks Ridge Kashgar in China - Muztak-Ata.

Temporary description

Joint Soviet-Chinese climbing greatest mountain peak in China - Mount Muztagh Ata in the Pamirs. Life and the life of the Soviet-Chinese team of climbers. Chronicle conquer the mountain 7546 meters.

Reel №1

Chinese and Soviet mountaineers visiting the Kremlin.

Cars with climbers approaching the Soviet-Chinese border.

Climbers crossing the border, loaded their gear on the camels.

Caravan and climbers on the way to Kashgar Range.

At the foot of the mountain climbers create a base camp.

Climbers in the mountain restaurant lunch, play soccer, read the letter delivered by mail, explore the ice sheet, gather a collection of minerals.

Mountaineers loaded gear on yaks, go out of the camp and begin to climb.

Bout of altitude sickness in one of the conductors.

Reel №2

Climbers in camp, developed during the preliminary training climbs.

Conductors gone yak down.

Mountaineers continue climbing.

Difficulty climbing: anoxia, sudden changes in temperature, cracks, deep snow, inaccessible cliffs.

Group of climbers on the top Muztak Ata.

Flags of the Soviet Union and China at the top.

Hikers, descended from Muztak-Ata to the base camp, where they honor lit torches.