Those who travel in Kyrgyzstan see that there are 88 mountain ranges on different altitudes with pristine nature and nice air. Tien Shan is the continuation of the Pamir System, the range Chon Alai is its part from the south. Mountains divide Kyrgyzstan into regions: the 100-300 km long road Bishkek-Osh is the only one that connects the north and the south. The range Kakshaal is known as the longest of 582 km long. In the course of a tour in Kyrgyzstan on the south of Bishkek at the length 454 km spreads the Kyrgyz Range. There also about 10-40 km wide ranges in Kyrgyzstan. These ranges can be used for travelling in Kyrgyzstan but before that it is necessary to identify data and time in the company.
Terskey Ala Too range on the south of Issyk Kul, Kungey Ala Too range on the north of Issyk Kul - the border of Kyrgyzstan with Kazakhstan, 40 km south from the capital. Being in a tour in Kyrgyzstan you can visit the border and the neighboring country. The range is on the north of the Zaalaiskiy mountain range, Pamirs on the south, and the Pamirs and the Tien Shan with Ak Sheirak, Chatkal, Ferghana, Keolu, Kok Shaal, Talas and Zaalaisky are divided by Alai ranges. In the course of a tour in Kyrgyzstan you will see that the weather becomes lower in the mountains. And in mountains of Kyrgyzstan it is always snowing, at 3600 meters snow never melts. It may be rather dangerous to travel in Kyrgystan in such severe weather. And the name "Ala Too" comes from Kyrgyz language with a meaning ""colorful bright mountains".