Duration: 5 can be 8-9-10 days
Category: Trek, (horseback riding is can be organized)
Best season: June– August
Group size: any
Requirements: trekking boots, weatherproof warm clothes, fur-cap, and protective things for sun.
Included service: including services in the program (driving, guide, porter for bags in trek, food and accommodation, entrance tickets for requisite, bicycle, horse)
Excluded service: out of program (air ticket, other options, personal expenses)
Day 1. Osh- Kozho-Kelen (about 100 km 3.5 hours)
Drive from Osh to Kozho Kelen. Along the road you can see exotic nature (mountains, herbs, flowers and shepherds life). As well visible on the way The Papan reservoir, that provides all Osh city residents with water and it is used for irrigation the agriculture of Kyrgyzstan and Uzbekistan. The road is 100km about 3.5 hours to reach the Kojo-Kelen. The condition is dirty but not bad. The road goes along the Ak-Buura river and both sides of road surrounded with green juniper mountains. Upon arrival to Kozho Kelen (2230m asl) we will have lunch at guest house and have an acclimatization hike (2-3 hours). We will visit Blue Grot and waterfall. We will return back to guest house and have a rest and dinner.
Day 2. From Kozho-Kelen to Kyzyl-Chara (Shoro) village (6-7h walking)
We will begin the second day of the tour on the slopes of the beautiful Cretaceous mountains of Kichik-Alai. First, we cross the Sary-Bel pass (3150m). straight away we cross the Kosh-Moinok pass (3220m). and go down to the homestay in the Kyzyl- Chara small village. if it rains or gets tired then we stop at the Kok-Moinok gorge, we spend the night in a tent.
Day 3. From Kyzyl-Chara to Kichi Sary Mogol Campsite before the Sary-Mogol pass. (6-7hours walking)
After a little passage from Kyzyl-Chara there is a small village Sary-Mogul from here we forward to the south side then Go up along the mountain river, in both sides there are cliffs and subalpine and alpine meadows represent a very diversity of landscape.
First of all while hiking, every step is visible of crying marmots,
Birds in these natural zones are also numerous, and a large number of them are predators: the neck, bearded vulture, golden eagle, owl, and hawk and also exists in this area of rarely visible animals wolf, fox, badger, wild boar, mountain goats, jackals
As we approach the height so we feel that we are closer to the mountains of Pamir-Alai
upon arrival at the camp, set up your tents and get ready for the evening meal.
Day4. Cross the Sary-Mogol’s pass (4300m)- Camp of Sary-Mogol pasture.
Steep pass In fact the distance is not long, but the pass takes time. An incredible sense of the landscape, you feel like in the sky, the height of the Pamir-Alay begins from the Sary-Mogol pass (4300 m) and down the pass lie amazing 4 rocky lakes (Besh-Kol) and the water that connects the lakes with each other, finally flows into the cave. Depending on weather conditions we set up a tent around the lake or a few meters down to protect from wind and cold.
Day 5. Camp – to Sary–Mogol village (5-6hours)
In total 24 km but 7 km walk down along the narrowest gravel path following the water flow, while we come to the pasture of Sary-Mogol, where temporary locals live in yurts and huts as the summer pasture. Then we will make stopover in one of yurts and can try some dairy products. Again continue walking to Sary Mogol village upon arrival we are check in guest house and have a rest. Take a shower or banya. Dinner and overnight in guest house.
Cycling to Sary-Mogol from the yurts of local in summer pasture (17km; 40min)
Horseback riding for beginning level to Sary-Mogol from the yurts of local in summer pasture (17km; 2hours)