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Distance

62.27 mi

Elevation gain

15,184 ft

Technical difficulty

Difficult

Elevation loss

15,230 ft

Max elevation

14,126 ft

Trailrank

36 4

Min elevation

7,171 ft

Trail type

One Way
  • Photo of Heights of Alay (Osh/Alay Region)

Coordinates

11074

Uploaded

June 27, 2018

Recorded

June 2018
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14,126 ft
7,171 ft
62.27 mi

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near Sary-Mogol, Osh (Kyrgyz Republic)

A moderate 5-day trek over Sary Mogul (4,303m) and Jiptick (4,185 m) passes. Features stunning views of alpine lakes, glaciers, the Pamir Mountains, and moon-like landscapes. Requires arranging a driver for dropoff/pickup.

For more information, contact CBT Osh/Alay at visitalay@gmail.com or www.visitalay.kg. 

This trail recording was created with the support of the USAID Business Growth Initiative.
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Base camp 2

ДОЛИНА КОШМОЙНО.Ю..
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Base camp1

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CBT Sarymogol

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Dangerous part

It will dangerous only when it rains heavily
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Homestay Musa

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Kojokelen village

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Kyzyl Shoro village

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Lunch spot on day 1

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Mamatjakyp homestay

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Nice spot for camping A

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Nice spot for camping B

РИВЕР КРОСИНГ
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Pass Jiptick

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Pass Koshmoinok

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Pass Sarybell

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River crossing 1

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River crossing 2

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River crossing 3

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Sarymogol Pass

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Shepherd yurt 1

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Shepherd yurt 2

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Shepherd yurt 3

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Shepherd yurt 4

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Shepherd's yurt 3 & lunch spot

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Small Sarymogol village

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Spring water

7 comments

  • MoritzB Sep 5, 2019

    I have followed this trail  verified  View more

    beautiful trek, with a bit too much road in between

  • Hoyomenor Sep 24, 2019

    Thanks for share! The information here is important for me : )

    I see a trip of red bull riders in this area: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FmjyGROatv0

    They speak about sary mogul pass and kosh moinok pass in a report...but i think they rode in anti hour direction but i don't know if they rode all the same trekking of this track or only one part.

    Do you think is possible this track for enduro bike in three or four days? The pass are very exposure? (i have make the tour of mont blanc and other ciclomuntain tracks in the pyrenees and not a problem for me push the bike). The villages and the campament yurts make possible a light equipment for only backpack for the day and my bike? is possible buy food in the villages or campament yurts?

    sorry for my questions, if you answer, you can help very much for my future kirguistan trip : )

    Thanks so much!

  • MoritzB Sep 25, 2019

    I have no experience with bike trekking but I've seen a guy who tried to do the track by bike and had to return after a few kilometres because the trek was too exposed for him.
    You don't need a tent and much food. There are yurts offering bed and food every day. At least during the season.

  • Hoyomenor Sep 28, 2019

    Thanks Moritzb,
    i think the most complicated pass for the bike is sary mogul, yes? but i read is possible a one more easy alternative, is true?. The trek is horary direction, but in the bike i think anti horary is better. Do you think the exposure is because the vertical and dangerous cliffs in the trail or only for the technical singletracks for the bikes?
    Thanks again : )

  • Jonas M 1 Dec 21, 2019

    Hello.

    Do you need a guide for this trip, or can you go on your own?

    I only speak English

    Thanks

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    SLioy Dec 25, 2019

    @Jonas, if you're fully self-supported on food and shelter there's no reason you couldn't do it on your own. However, the interactions with shepherds were part of what made it such a delightful trip, and you'd miss much of that if you don't have somebody to help bridge the language gap for you. Even then it's a really beautiful landscape still.

  • Salmonellaenterica Jan 7, 2021

    Hi. Just wondering if it's suitable to do this trek at the start of september- i.e the first week. I'd have loved to do it earlier but will be exploring other parts of the country during August.

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