BIG BICYCLE CIRCLE KAZAKHSTAN-KYRGYZSTAN
August 16 – 23, 2020
We are not standing still, to expand the borders we present you a new route. We will travel, walk, spend evenings in the most magical and unusual places of Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan.
Our journey begins with a unique natural reserve, the Chon-Kemin River. The Chon-Kemin Gorge and Valley is one of the most picturesque areas in Kyrgyzstan, which is a unique natural complex that includes a gorge, valley and the Chon-Kemin River flowing through the valley.
Next we will find the majestic Zailiyskiy Alatau mountain range. Zailiyskiy Alatau is a mountain range located in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan, part of the Tien Shan mountain system. The length of the ridge is about 360 kilometers. Talgar Peak, the highest point of the Trans-Ili Alatau, is visible from the southern capital of Kazakhstan, Almaty. Its height is 5017 meters, and the mountain range as a whole is dominated by heights of 4000-4600 meters. At the conquest of the pass we will see an incredible confluence of seasons in a single moment, where the tops of the mountains sparkle with snow caps, and at their foot there are greenery and flowers.
The most important center of this snow-covered frame and our tour is a precious aquamarine — Lake Issyk-Kul, which heals not only the body but also the soul, inspiring people for many centuries, being a hidden pearl of Kyrgyzstan.
We will continue our active tour and find ourselves literally in the fantastic beauty and natural diversity of Kazakhstan, the valley of Tekes, part of the Great Seven Rivers, which opens incredible landscapes, combining all the beauty of nature, majesty of mountains and the power of water. We will also get acquainted with another unique part of nature; bitter-salt lake Tuzkol, which is famous for its impermanence in different seasons. At the end of the tour, we will be more than ever filled with the power of nature, its beauty and charming views, and for yourself personally you will get a portion of adrenaline, drive and positive emotions.