Ala-Archa State Nature Park is located 40 km from the capital of Kyrgyzstan, on the northern slope of Ala-Too. With the usage of car rent service it will be faster in terms of moving. The area of the reserve is impressive: as many as 20 thousand hectares full of unique plants, mountain peaks, glaciers and rare animals. There is really something to see here in tours: high mountain slopes and hills covered with coniferous thickets, rocks and steep cliffs, a waterfall and a river that originates from the eternal glaciers themselves. The length of the Ala-Archa River is 76 km. Here, on the protected land, hunting is strictly prohibited, because Ala-Archa is a habitat for rare representatives of the animal world. You may be lucky enough to see a rare blue bird, a lynx, a roe deer, a snake eagle, and even a snow leopard, which is listed in the Red Book of Kyrgyzstan. The air here is cool and full of the aromas of plants, mainly coniferous species, which, by the way, gave the name nature reserve. All of these will wait you in tours. On request you can take a car rent. Another attraction is the mountaineering camp, located at an altitude of 2000m. After all, the park is also famous for the fact that here are the Peak of Korona (4860m) and the peak of Semenov-Tyan-Shansky (4875m) - the highest point of the ridge. Climbers from all over the world come here to conquer this peak.
Despite the fact that the Ala-Archa Nature Reserve is one of the most visited places in Kyrgyzstan via tours, traveling through such a vast territory of mountain trails and plains, there is a real opportunity to find a place that a person's foot didn't touch. It is this scale and pristine Kyrgyz nature that is so attractive for avid tourists and just people who are in search of impressions.