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DESCRIPTION:    Trek in the most glorious and gorgeous region in Kyrgyzstan! See yaks, a hail storm, and amazing peaks. Conquer the greatest peaks of the region!

ITINERARY:  Osh city – Sarymogol village – Jitpick Pass, 4185 m –Kojokelen village – Sarybell Pass 3100 m – Koshmoinok valley – Sarymogol valley – Sarymogl pass 4300 m –  Sarymogol village - Osh city

 

Day 1. Sarymogol village  -  Jiptick pass 4185 m – down to Jiptick summer camp

 

Departure from Sarymogol village. Drive 20 minutes in the direction of Jiptick pass. Get out of the car and start your trek. Three hours of trekking takes you to the top of Jiptick pass, 4185 m. Have lunch at the top while enjoying the beauty of two mountain ranges: Pamir and Alay. Descend through the pass and arrive at shepherd’s yurts (4 hours).  Set up your tents near yurts and experience shepherd’s life.  Overnight in tents, at 2600 m.

 

Day 2.Jiptick summer camp  – Kojokelen village -  Kosh-Moynok valley

 

Breakfast. Morning life keeps locals busy with milking cows and making creams. Start trekking down to Kojokelen village (3 hours). Arrival and lunch in guesthouse. After lunch, trek across beautiful landscape and over the Sary-Bel pass at 3100 m. Walk down to Kosh Moynok valley. Overnight in tent.

 

Day 3. Kosh-Moinok pass – northern Sary-Mogol valley

 

Long day of trekking.  Cross the Kosh Moynok  pass at 3223m and go down to Kichik Alay valley (3 hours). Picnic on the road. Then, trek to northern Sary Mogul valley. In the afternoon, you will reach the campsite near the shepherd’s yurt. Overnight in a tent.

 

Day 4.Foot of Sary Mogul Pass

Trek up along the river. You will see many yaks and other animals such as sheep, goats and cows. Picnic on the road. In the afternoon, you will reach the camp under the Sary Mogul pass. Overnight in tent, at 3800m.

Day 5. Sary Mogul pass at 4300m.

In fact the distance is not long, but the pass takes time. The pass is located at 4320m. The view from the pass is very beautiful. You will see small lakes down the pass. In the afternoon, walk around the lake, and see the glaciers right next to your tents. Night in tent.

 

Day 6.Southern Sary-Mogul valley
Descend along the river that flows out of the lake, with the cliffs of Pamir around you. Picnic along the river. Here, there are no trees or bushes. There are several river crossings. In the late afternoon, you will reach a yurt camp of nomads. People are really friendly here. They will invite you to dinner with their welcoming families. You can enjoy the “kymyz” milk of a mare, fermented and slightly alcoholic. Relax as the master of the yurt tells you the secrets of Pamir. Night in tents.

 

Day 7.Sary-Mogol village
Breakfast. Departure towards Sary-Mogol village. Arrival in Sarymogol  around lunch time. Stay in the village or leave for Osh city, just three hours to Osh city. 

Published in Tours
Friday, 22 January 2016 11:00

Rolling hills, trek, 2 days

DESCRIPTION: Visit a Kyrgyz summer camp (jailoo) to experience traditional nomadic life. Join in as your Kyrgyz host milks the mares for the essential ingredient of Kyrgyz’s national beverage, kymyz. Taste national dishes in an authentic yurt. Spend a day walking or riding among the fragrant juniper forests, valued for their medicinal benefits. Relax near the cool springs and streams. Join the shepherds herding their flocks. Conquer the high rocky slopes of the Alay mountains.

ITINERARY:  Osh city – Kum Bell Pass 3150 m – Saryoi summer camp - Osh city

 

Day 1. Osh city –Chyyrchyck Pass 2400 m – Kumbell Pass 3150 m - Saryoi summer camp

 

Departure from Osh city. One hour drive on Pamir Highway takes you to the Chyyrchyck Pass. Start trekking. Trek three hours to get to the Kum Bell pass. See shepherds busy with making bread and milking mares. Have lunch at the top of the pass.  Enjoy the stunning beauty of great Alay valley. Descend through the pass amongst dense junipers. Arrive at locals’ camp and be accommodated in your yurt. Participate in shepherds’ life. Overnight and dinner are in a shepherd’s yurt.

Day 2. Asankorgon mountains – Donguzbulak gorge – Osh city

Breakfast. Morning life seems to be busy with milking cows and making creams. Walk up to the next pass at the foot of Asankorgon mountain range, 2700 m. Have lunch on the top of the pass. Enjoy the beauty of rocky mountains. Descend the pass and arrive at an unpaved road. Two hours walking takes you to the main road. Meet your driver and return to Osh city. 

 

 

Published in Tours
Friday, 22 January 2016 10:04

Truly nomadic land, horseback, 5 days

DESCRIPTION: Amazing mountain ranges with rivers running along the trails make this tour interesting. The feeling of adventure is mirrored by the impressive landscape; green hills and snowy peaks layered over each other to create a spectacular scene with only the grazing sheep to remind you that this is Earth.  At the highest peak of the mountain pass, the snow blows all around, impressing on you the ruggedness of such a remote land. The hand waving of nomads and children shouting “Hello” is the essence of this tour.

 

ITINERARY:  Osh city – Murdash village - Uchdobo summer camp – Ak tor Pass 3600 m  –Saryoi summer camp – Kumbell pass 3100 m – Chyyrchyck pass 2400 m - Osh city

Day 1. Osh city - Murdash village – Uchdobo summer camp

 

Departure from Osh city. Arrival in Murdash village. Ride your horses up along the river in a nice gorge. See locals busy with making hay for winter. Six hours riding takes you to the shepherd’s yurts. Camp near them under Asan Korgon mountain. Overnight in tents at 2600 m.

Day 2. Aktor Pass 3500 m – down to northern Asan Korgon valley

 

Breakfast. Morning life seems to be busy with milking cows and mares. Ride up to the Aktor Pass at 3500 m. Have lunch under the pass. Enjoy the beauty of rocky mountains on the top. Descend the pass and arrive in the valley. Camp overnight in tents. 

Day 3. Saryoi summer camp.

 

Breakfast. Take a long ride along the river and see animals scattered along the slopes. Shepherds bring their livestock to this valley from all over the region. Have lunch close to the shepherd’s shelter. Continue riding to Saryoi summer camp where yurts are waiting for you.  Arrival at CBT yurts and accommodation. Walk around to see nomadic life. Overnight in yurts. 

 

Day 4. Kum Bell pass – Beshkonush gorge - Chyyrchyck summer camp

Breakfast. Say goodbye to your host. Ride up to Kum Bell mountains. Breath in the special scent coming from juniper trees. Have lunch at the pass. Cross the pass and descend to Beshkonush valley. Ride amongst the herds of horses up to the CBT yurts. Arrival in Chyyrchyck pass at 2400 m and be accommodated in yurts. Overnight and dinner with shepherds.    

 

Day 5. Osh city

Breakfast. Leave Chyyrchyck summer camp. Meet your driver. One hour drive takes you to Osh city. 

 

Published in Tours
Friday, 22 January 2016 03:51

Jiptick summer camp

Jiptick summer camp is in three hours walking distance from Kojokelen village. The unpaved raod goes alng the river up to the summer camp. You can see some locals mowing a grass and preparing it for winter fodder. There are several shepherds at the end of the gorge. They offer accomodaion and meals in a yurt. Some toursits use their srvices before the head up to Jiptick pass.  

Coordinates:

Latitude    39°52'19.28"N

Longitude   72°57'20.33"E

Published in Sightseeing
Friday, 22 January 2016 03:48

Jiptick Pass

Jiptick pass is at 4185 meter above sea level and located between Sarymogol and Kojokelen villages.  It can be reached from both direction, but the one from Sarymogol village is easier and shorter. There is the old unpaved road used to be transportation road in Soviet period. Some parts of the road have been totally destroyed. 

Coordinates:

Latitude     39°48'24.85"N

Longitude     72°56'3.09"E

Published in Sightseeing
Friday, 22 January 2016 03:42

Chyyirchyck summer camp

Chyyrchyck summer camp is at 2400 meters above sea level. It is the first pass on Pamir Highway to Tajikistan. About one hundred shepherds come from all over the region and camp here with their livestock.  According to some locals, they consider this place as the largest summer camp in south Kyrgyzstan.  Most people come here and do business with selling and buying horse’s milk, fermented mare’s milk, slightly alcoholic. Most of the tours of Visit Alay start right from this pass. It is strongly recommended to come here for those who are seeking to experience Kyrgyz traditional nomadic life and to do short day treks. You can find here CBT yurts hosting tourists.    

Coordinates:

Latitude   40°14'41.59"N   

Longitude    73°19'8.26"E  

Published in Sightseeing

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