3 days hiking to Song Kul's lake
First in Kyrgyzstan, Nomad's Land invite you all the year around to our yurt camp at the Song Kul's lake.
After breakfast, you will be on the road to reach the high gorge of Kilemche (2500 meter altitude).You will have lunch along the way in a family house in Kyzart village.
From Kyzart, by car we reach the entrance of the gorge, then hike to Kilemche gorge. Installation in a shepherd's house, and freetime to have short walk around. Dinner and overnight in the shepherd's house.
Kilemche is a gorge situated on the North-East of the Song Kul lake.
This day program can be organised the whole year around, in winter we can hike or snowshoe.
Early morning, you leave the Kilemche pasture and hike to Song Kul's lake by the Tuz Ashuu pass (3228 meters alt.). We arrive to our yurt camp for lunch, then free time to walk around and visit fishermen. Dinner and overnight in a sherpherd's yurt camp.(In winter, it is also possible to join the yurt camp with snowshoes)
In the morning, we take the road to the valley of Jumgal that we go down to the small village of Aral, from there the road goes up the canyon of Kekemeren, very colorful. Lunch with a Kyrgyz family in the village of Kyzyl Oï. In the afternoon, the road goes up to the Toe Ashuu Tunnel that connects the Suusamyr Valley to the Chuy Valley. Arrival in Bishkek, installation in hotel.
"Visit to Kyrgyzstan = Nomad’s Land"
Our stay in the country boils down to this. An unforgettable experience!
The whole team is very competent and responsive.
The country is amazing. We did 17 days and visited incredible and untouched corners.
I recommend the nights with nomadic shepherds. Magical moments!
They only have one problem ... do everything to please us! And it is successful! To be redone without moderation
On your way
Song Kul lake KG
The scenary Song Kul (or Song Kul) lake is the main pasture of nomads. Hundreds yurts are built during summer. The beautiful lake large of about 25-35 km is a natural reserve. Many species of birds are stopping during their long migration. Some tombs from Sakh times and petroglyphs are most ancient traces of live. Different trekking or horseback riding roads are joining the place.