Adventure and extreme
The territory of the Kyrgyz Republic is 90 percent occupied by the Pamir and Tien Shan mountain ranges which makes it the best place for mountaineers, trekking and hiking lovers in summer and for skiers and snowboarders in winter. The highest peaks of the world after the Himalayas and Pamir are located here, such as Pobeda Peak (7439 m/24,406 ft), Lenin Peak (7134 m/23,405 ft) and the most beautiful pyramidal peak Khan-Tengri (6995 m) as well as the world-class attraction - one of the longest glaciers on earth – Enilchek.
Kyrgyzstan is a unique country for lovers of rafting and kayaking and remains the main territory for such activities in the Central Asian region as it is incredibly rich in mountain rivers with winding bends and breathtaking rapids. There are routes for both professionals and beginners. Rafting here guarantees you the maximum flurry of the most adrenaline and enthusiastic emotions.
The majestic silence of the snowy ridges in the mountains, the shady forest of slender Tien Shan spruces, the foamy waterfalls and numerous crystal-clear mountain lakes, beautiful green landscapes, including Suusamyr Valley, with yurts, herds of horses, numerous species of flora and fauna – all of this you can find in Kyrgyzstan and feel all the delights of trekking and hiking away from civilization. If you want to feel a little nomad, you can always ride on a horse to enjoy the incredible beauty of the Kyrgyz gorges. There are so many options for equestrian tourism that it is sometimes difficult to choose one. Wide picturesque open spaces, mountain passes and clean air create a wonderful atmosphere for long bike rides. Every day you can choose new tracks and be amazed at the beauty of local landscapes.
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