Cycling in Kyrgyzstan is not easy but very impressively.
Kyrgyzstan is a mountainous country situated among mountains and valleys of the North Tien Shan range. It is a small country, and over 90% of the surface area is covered by spectacular mountains. Traveling through Kyrgyzstan you will find a variety of landscapes from the desert to the highest mountain glaciers, fast rivers and deep forests. You will acquaintance with nomads life and culture of Kyrgyzys.
Kyrgyzstan in 1900 year. Unique pictures of North of Kyrgyzstan.
Italian Prince Scipione Borghese in 1900 went on a trip to the Tien-Shan, together with the Swiss Matthias Tsurbriggen and compatriot Jules Brosherel. They crossed the north of present Kyrgyzstan, explored Enilchek valley (near Karakol) and left a rich heritage of unique pictures.
Kel-Suu Lake created by the earthquake. Fantastic highmountain lake.
Kel-Suu is one of the little-known but beautiful lakes in Kyrgyzstan. It is located at an altitude of more than 3 thousand meters above sea level in an inaccessible area in the Kokshaal-Too mountains, near the border with China. The lake is 12 kilometers long, in the northern part it is completely surrounded by high cliffs, walks around the lake are limited.