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Ak-Tash Winter Yurt Camp
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Ak-Tash Winter Yurt Camp

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Key information about Ak-Tash Winter Yurt Camp

Ski Backcountry
Issyk Kul region
November - April
2136 m - 3500 m
50 km

Ak-Tash Winter Yurt Camp

Ak-Tash (which means "white stone" in Kyrgyz) lies at the foot of the great forests of Chong Kyzyl Suu Valley. The red rock hills form an incredible contrast between the blue Issyk Kul lake and the large meadows covered with edelweiss. In summer, the Ak-Tash yurt camp provides a stopover for overnight stays if you come on horseback or by foot from the Jukku Valley or Jeti Oguz.

            Ak-Tash Winter Yurt Camp

In winter, yurts become a base camp for ski touring. An ideal place to enjoy the slopes of Siuttu Bulak, Giukiuro, Burgan-Suu, and the mountains overlooking the Kichi-Kyzyl-Suu Gorge. Gradients of more than 1500 meters and descents of more than 6 km are possible in this region. The hot springs of Chong Kyzyl Suu are located 4km upstream, before reaching the geophysical station located 4km higher than the springs.

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20.0 km
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50 km
Exploring the Kyrgyz mountians


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