Chong Kemin National Park
Chong Kemin National Park is a unique complex that includes a gorge, a valley and a turbulent river. Located 150 km east from the capital of Kyrgyzstan.
The Chon Kemin river originates at the junction of the Kungei Ala-Too and Ili Ala-Too ranges, flows through the whole valley and flows into the Chu River.
Chon Kemin valley is 12 km long and 6km wide, with a natural park ok 500 hectares of rich vegetation. Unique flora and fauna, rare ephedra or conifer grows on the territory.
From the animal world live such representatives as tolai hare pheasant. Due to this Kemin Park is considered a conservation aria and is strictly protected by the government. The area is also notable for the presence of 7 small mountain lakes.
The special charm of Chong Kemin National Park gives a variety of landscapes: a valley full of vegetation, mountain pick decorated with glaciers, alpine meadows and ponds with the purest cool water. The air temperature is very diverse. As you climb to heights the warm air cools down and reaches its lowest point near the glaciers.
The complex is very popular among lovers of mountain tourism and extreme sports and has a lot of positive reviews. Having been in the Chon-Kemin valley, you are sure to discover something new and incredibly exciting, whether it is rafting on a turbulent river, climbing a steep summit or just contemplating nature in its original form.
Here is possible to organize horse riding, trekking tours