Horse riding and trekking in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan towers: March 2008
Actions: Walking tour
Destination: Kyrgyzstan
Duration: 10 days

On day 1. Arrival at Manas airport. Meet the guide and go to the hotel. Your lunch will be provided at 19:00 at night, you spend the night in the hotel.
On day 2. After breakfast drive to Lake Issyk-sac in need-Bulak valley. Increased first pass. Campsite. Your lunch will be provided at 19:00 at night, you spend the night in tents.
On day 3. Trekking needed-Bulak (3274 m) in the first lake. Your lunch will be provided at 19:00 at night, you spend the night in tents.
On day 4. After breakfast, trekking in the second lake. Your lunch will be provided at 19:00 at night, you spend the night in tents.
Day 5. Day free. Your lunch will be provided at 19:00 at night, you spend the night in tents.
Day 6. The day begins with breakfast building. To stay in third tarn. Your lunch will be provided at 19:00 at night, you spend the night in tents.
On day 7. After breakfast, trekking to Kurmenty Passage. Your lunch will be provided at 19:00 at night, you spend the night in tents.
On day 8. Trekking to Kurmenty Passage (3476 m), Issyk-kul'skoj trekking in the valley. Your lunch will be provided at 19:00 at night, you spend the night in tents.
Day 9. In the morning transfer to the city of Bishkek. Your lunch will be provided at 19:00 at night, you spend the night in the hotel.
10 days. Go to the airport for departure.

San-Tash settlement. Located on the left bank of the river. Tup, to the north-east of the pass of Kyzyl-Kiya. The plan - a square with sides of 48x48 m protective wall built of stone alabaster solution, preserved their height from 1.8 to 2.3 m, width - 2 meters. At the corners of walls and bays - the tower. Drive to the center marked the pylons. Inside the fort, located along the defensive walls of the room, whose walls are composed also of stone, and was in the middle of the yard.
 During the excavation revealed pottery, including glazed, fragments of burnt brick, and others alleged to be a caravanserai on the caravan route through the pass of San-Tash in Eastern Turkestan, being both a fortification.