Biking and trekking in Kyrgyzstan

Kyrgyzstan Tours: 2009 Travel
Actions: Walking Tours
Destination: Kyrgyzstan
Duration: 10 days
On day 1. Place your aircraft at Manas airport. Transmission in Bishkek. Lunch. Overnight parking.
On day 2. Morning around Lake Issyk-engine kul'skomu of Karakol. After lunch and suddenly at the hotel.
On day 3. Go to Karakol Valley. Lunch on the road. Trekking in the throat, which leads to Kryla-Kel Lake. After lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 4. Trekking Alakolja lake. Sights. After lunch and suddenly in tents.
Day 5. Trekking in the morning shift Крыла-Kul (3600 m) and suddenly the day in tents.
Day 6. In the morning trip to the Altyn-Arashan valley. After lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 7. Day free. Trekking hot mineral веснами Altyn-Arashan Valley. After lunch and suddenly in tents.
On day 8. Trekking down the Altyn-Arashan Valley. Go to Karakol. After lunch and suddenly at the hotel.
Day 9. Go to Bishkek. After lunch and suddenly at the hotel.
10 days. Meet your guide at the hotel and then give to the international airport "Manas".

Ala-Kul (Ala-Kel), pass. Issyk-Kul. The height of 3850 m from the valley Keldyke Leads (Arashan Valley) to Lake Ala-Kul.
Ala-Myshyk, Mt. It is located 6 km west of the town of Naryn, 250 meters from the Naryn transponder installed on the northern slope of the ridge. Mount Ala-Myshyk considered sacred and revered Kirghiz. It is sacred - Mazar, named after the legendary women - Myuyyuzdyuyu baibiche, bugintsev ancestor. There is also an object of worship in the form of a solitary juniper.
 In the mountain cave is Alamyshykskaya (State Geological Reserve). Round the entrance hallway is littered with the bones of animals, mostly horses. Then the cavity of the cave goes several steps deeper into the mountains. The length of the cave 162 m, depth of 65 meters. The cave has a rather complex configuration - a relatively large cavities connected by narrow corridors. On the floor, piles of small rock fragments. The cavity consists of several small rooms cut into the thickness of the limestone. The halls and passages decorated caves with stalactites and stalagmites of unusual bright red hues. Entrance, facing south-west, offers a beautiful panorama of the valley of Naryn.