Forests and Snow Peaks Adventures

Karakol/Issyk-Kul-Ju Valley- Jukuchak Valley- Jumataï Pass- Chon Kizil Suu - Kashka Tor Lake- Jeti-Oguz Valley-Teleti-Karakol Valley-Ala-Kul Lake-Altyn Arashan Valley-Altyn Arashan Valley

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10 days

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Forest and snow peaks are the most popular tour in Kyrgyzstan. 10 days of trekking through the high mountains pass culminated at 3800m. The team of KAGAN would like to show you the most spectacular views, rivers from glaciers, the turquoise color of Ala Kul lake, and peaks culminated up to 5000m peak Oguz Bashi and Karakol peak. It’s one of the extreme tours which need a high physical level and logistical preparation. You will be provided with all the necessary equipment during the tour. We guarantee you successful and interesting trekking in the heart of the Tien Shan mountains. Check the program and book the trip.



  • All transfer services
  • Guide translator, and equestrian guide
  • Accommodation
  • Full board, (all meals)
  • Admission to the museums
  • Rent of camping equipment
  • Rent of horses for luggage
  • Travel insurance.
  • International air tickets.
  • Alcohol and mineral water.
  • Last dinner, disco, bar, karaoke, or SPA.
  • Other services are not mentioned in the program.

Day 1

Meeting at Karakol or somewhere in the south of Issyk-Kul lake. We will pick you up in your lodge. Transfer to the Jukuchak Valley. Installation of the camp near the river. Dinner and overnight in a tent at 2600m. In the evening, we enjoy the hot spring.

Day 2

Trek to Jumataï pass. In the morning, we attack the Jumataï pass. at first we ford across the narrow forest. Picnic before attacking the pass. Beautiful panoramic view from the pass at 3325m. Down to the Kichi Kizil Suu valley. We go up this valley. Installation of the camp near the river at 2700m.

Day 3

Trekking to Savator pass. A long day of hiking. We cross the pass at 3800m whose climb and descent are steep. A picnic just after the pass. Down to the valley of Chon Kizil Suu. Installation of the camp near the Chon Kizil Suu river at 2700m. In the evening it is possible to make a campfire.

Day 4

Trek to Kashka Tor lake. In the morning, we go down to the weather station. Then we cross the river. Go up to the Kashka Tor valley. While our porters set up camp, we go to Kashka Tor lake at 3200m. Return to the camp. Overnight and dinner in a tent at 2800m.

Day 5

Trek to the Ashu Tor pass. Very early in the morning, we attack the Ashu Tor pass. The pass is located at 3800m. Nice panoramic view, after a sandy climb. Down to the Jeti-Oguz valley. Overnight and dinner in a tent near the river at 2800m.

Day 6

Trek at the foot of Teleti. This day, descent to the intersection of the valleys. Then we go up the valley all along the river. We are approaching at the foot of the pass which culminates at 3800m. Picnic on the way. At the end of the day, we camp at 3100m.

Day 7

Trek to the Karakol valley. The long climb to the Teleti pass. Lots of rock in the valley. Picnic on the way. Down to the Karakol valley. Camp installation near the big rocks. Overnight and dinner in a tent at 2500m.

Day 8

Trek to Ala-Kul lake. Steep climb day. We walk in the forests, on the pebbles. Picnic at the mountaineers’ camp, Sirota. Continuation of the climb to Ala Kul lake. We camp near the lake at 3500m.

Day 9

Trek to the Altyn Arashan Valley. In the morning, we go up to the Ala Kul pass at 3800m. Nice view of the peaks exceeding 5000m. Down to the Altyn Arashan Valley. When we arrive at the camp, we take advantage of the hot spring. Overnight and dinner in the tent at 2600m.

Day 10

Trek to Karakol. Last day of trekking. We go down to the meeting point with the driver. Picnic on the way. Meeting with the driver. Transfer to Karakol. End of the service.

Tour Amenities

Breathtaking views
Mountain Lakes
Traditional Meals

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