Kegety Gorge stretches for 30 km along the northern slope of the Kyrgyz Ala-Too Mountain range, 75 km from the city of Bishkek.
Belogorka gorge located 80 km from Bishkek is famous for its waterfall: the largest one in the entire Kyrgyz Ala-Too mountain range.
A small gorge named Chunkurchak is located at the Alamedin river head, at the distance of 45 km from Bishkek.
Shamsi gorge is located 120 km from Bishkek and it is considered as one of the most beautiful places in Kyrgyzstan.
The natural treasure of the Inner Tien-Shan Mountains, the valley located between the ridges of Kyrgyz and Talas Ala-Too is called Suusamyr.
Kel-Tor gorge is located about 90 km from Bishkek city and it is adjacent to the gorge Kegety.
Alamedin gorge is one of the favorite places of citizens of Bishkek located outside the city. It is situated at the distance of 30 km from Bishkek.
The valley is adjacent to the southern slope of the Kyrgyz Mountain Range and borders Suusamyr valley.
Boom gorge is a kind of thread connecting two regions: Chuy and Issyk Kul. It is traversed by the railway and the highway, leading from the capital to the pearl of Kyrgyzstan - the Issyk Kul Lake.
Issykata gorge located 77 km from Bishkek is famous for its mineral geothermal springs. The famous resort is situated here, where the healing power of water is used to treat a number of different diseases.
The amazing landscape of Konorchek canyons resemble the Grand Canyon in the USA, but at the same time they carry a significant particle of the unique nature of Kyrgyzstan.
Too-Ashu pass is a magnificent place situated 135 km from Bishkek city, on the highway connecting the northern and the southern capitals of the country.
Ak-Sai glacier is located at an altitude of 3500 m in Ala-Archa gorge, not far from Bishkek.
Ratsek cabin was originally a small stone building that served as a safe shelter for hikers and climbers on their way. Now it is a base camp.
Barskoon gorge is located on the southern shore of Lake Issyk Kul, 80 km far from Karakol. The length of the valley is about 30 km.
5 km to the south of the town Karakol a gorge of the same name is located. The gorge has a length of 40 km and it is adjacent to the ridge Terskey Ala-Too.
Semenov Gorge, with a length of about 30 km, is located 40 km from the town of Cholpon-Ata. In the valley there flows the river Ak-Suu, which starts from the glacier.
10 km to the east of the town of Karakol, in the valley of Arashan River the gorge Altyn-Arashan is situated. In the lower part of the river there is the village Ak-Suu (old name Teploklyuchenka).
Chong-Kyzyl-Suu gorge is located 60 km to the west of the town of Karakol. Its name "the big red water" the gorge got because water in a river at the bottom of it seems to be red.
Juuku Gorge is located 75 km from the town of Karakol, to the west of Chong-Kyzyl-Suu gorge. The length of the valley is 50 km.
Picturesque Jeti-Oguz gorge is located 28 kilometers to the south-west of the town of Karakol. Its name is translated from Kyrgyz language means “Seven bulls”.
Chong-Ak-Suu (Grigoriev) gorge is located 60 km from the town of Cholpon-Ata. It descends from the Kungei Ala-Too and extends for 35 km along the shoreline of Lake Issyk Kul
Tosor pass is situated on Terskey Ala-Too mountain range at the altitude of 3893 m. Through it was paved a road connecting Issyk Kul and Naryn regions.
Through Barskoon gorge runs the highway that connects the pass Barskoon (3754 m), the Issyk Kul basin and mountainous area of the Inner Tien-Shan.
The picturesque valley Jeti-Oguz ends with a wall of majestic mountains, passing into Terskey Ala-Too. The highest point of this mountain wall is the peak Oguz-Bashi 5170 m high.
Khan Tengri Peak is the third highest peak in Kyrgyzstan, located 7 km far from the border of three countries - Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and China, on Tengri-Tag mountain range.
Base camp Karkara is located in the Central Tien Shan, about 470 km from Bishkek and 70 km from Karakol.
Ak-Sai Valley is a kind of "cold pole" of Kyrgyzstan. The valley is situated at the altitude of 3000 m above sea level.
Eki Nary valley is located in 44 km from the town of Naryn, where merge large and small tributaries of the most powerful river Naryn.
The long Arpa Valley is located in the south of Naryn region. Its dimensions are 60 by 32 km.
he valley of Kok Kya is located in the border zone of Naryn region, at the distance of 550 km from Bishkek. On the bottom of the valley along winding canyons flows the river of the same name.
The Kilemche Jailoo is located in Jumgal district of Naryn region, at the altitude of 2535 m. This pasture opens a wonderful view of the mountain lake Son-Kul.
Jailoo Sarala-Saz is an alpine pasture, located 54 km to the north-west of the village of Kochkor. It is situated at the altitude of over 3000 m.
Kyzart pass lies at 2664 m. Through the pass runs the road connecting Zhumgal and Kochkor valleys of Naryn regions.
Torugart pass is located on the border line between Kyrgyzstan and China. It lies at 3752 m. The road over the pass is a part of a tour of the Great Silk Road.
Through the pass of Moldo-Ashu runs one of the roads to the lake Son-Kul. The height of the pass is 3201 m.
Dolon pass lies at 3030 m. Through the pass runs the road leading from the Issyk-Kul Lake to Naryn region
The height of Kalmak-Ashu pass is 3447 m above sea level. After passing it you can get to the northern shore of the lake Son-Kul.
Manas Peak is the highest point of the ridge Talas Ala-Too and one of the highest points of the Western Tien-Shan. Its height is 4488 m above sea level.
At the distance of 95 km to the south-west of the city of Osh, at the foot of the Alay Range there is a valley named Kozhokelen.
Highland Alay Valley is located in the south of Kyrgyzstan, between Alay and Chon-Alay mountain ranges. Its length is 150 km, width is from 2 to 25 km, and the average altitude is 3000 m.
Irkeshtam Pass is located on the border between Kyrgyzstan and China, 238 km from the city of Osh. The height of the pass is 2841 m.
Lenin Peak with its height of 7134 m above sea level is located in the mountainous Pamir-Alay, on the border between Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.
At the foot of Lenin Peak there is a base camp for climbers. Its name is Achyk-Tash. The base camp is open during the warmer months, from June to September.
Traveling south on the Bishkek-Osh road, after the descent from the pass Ala-Bel you can find yourself in a beautiful gorge Chychkan. The name of the gorge translated from Kyrgyz means "a mouse".
Ala-Bel Pass is one of the main control points on the Bishkek-Osh road. It is situated at the altitude of 3175 m above sea level on Talas Ala-Too mountain range.
Chatkal valley is located in the western Tien-Shan between Chandalash and Chatkal ridges.The valley stretches for 150 miles and formed by river Chatkal.
Kichi-Alay valley located to the north of Alay ridge, between the valleys Isfayram-Sai and Akbuura. The eponymous mountain range lies along the valley that reaches a maximum height of 4926 m.
Karavshin gorge is located at Turkestan range. It's a great place called "the Asian Patagonia" because it with its green meadows, fast streams and strong winds resembles the South American steppe.
Pyramidalniy Peak is the highest point of Turkestan range. Its height is 5509 m. This peak is particularly popular with climbers.
Inylchek Glacier is the largest glacier in Kyrgyzstan. Its length is about 100 km and the total area is over 800 sq. km.
Korona Peak is one of the most beautiful peaks on Kyrgyz Ala-Too mountain range.
Pobeda Peak is the highest point is the Tien Shan, which is 7439 m high. It is also the highest peak in the whole Kyrgyzstan.
Kara-Keche Pass is located at an altitude of 3384 m. It is one of the roads that lead to lake Son-Kul.
On the southern shore of Lake Issyk-Kul, about 4 km from the village of Tosor there is an unusual place - Skazka (Fairy Tale) Canyon.
Near the eponymous village in the valley of river Kokomeren are located amazing canyons of Kyzyl-Korgon.
Naryn Canyon is located south to the Toktogul reservoir over Kok-Bel Pass at an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level.
Mountain passage through the Alai mountain range (3615 m), that connects Gulcha river on the north with Alai valley at the south.
Abshir-Say river flows through the valley, that carries the same name from northern ranges of Kichi-Alay mountain range.
The valley of Sary-Jaz is located 75 km. from town of Karakol in the central Tien-Shan, near Kazakhstan's border.