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Kekemeren river

Kyzyl Oy

KyrgyzstanKyrgyzstan • 2000 m

The Kekemeren is the biggest river tributary of the Naryn River. The Suusamyr and the West Karakol River flow into the Kekemeren at an altitude of 2030 meters, near the village of Kojomkul and 3 kilomètres before the Kekemeren's canyon. The river is situated between the Suusamyr and the Djumgal ranges and is about 130 km long till the Naryn confluence. 

The whole river is passing through a colorful canyon with interesting whitewater for good rafter, class I to V. Our rafting programs purpose two sections, the first of 45 km from Kojomkul village to Aral village (1 to 3 days), the second of 90 km from Aral to the Naryn confluence (2-5 days). Of course, the during time depend on the level of participants, but well-experienced rafters.

The Amudarya trout (Salmo trutta oxidants Kessler), the Schizothorax intermedius McLelland, locally known as "Marinka" lives in the upstream waters of Kekemeren River. Diptychus maculates Berg (Osman) can be encountered only in the upper part of the river in the Suusamyr bassin.

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