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As Kyrgyzstan gains a reputation among adventure lovers, mountaineers, skiers, rafters, and trekkers, a new backwoods hotspot has opened up for travelers to enjoy.
Near Lake Issyk-kul, the gorgeous Jyrgalan Valley is tucked into the Tersky Ala-Too Mountains at 7,500 feet.
“Issyk-Kul” means “warm lake,” because of the fact that it never freezes, despite its high elevation.
It’s considered to be the world’s second-largest alpine lake, after Lake Titicaca in South America.
MIR President and co-founder Douglas Grimes always loves his travels along Central Asia’s Silk Road, seeking memorable places and life-changing experiences for MIR travelers.
Kyrgyzstan is a Silk Road country with plenty of both.
Many buildings here are constructed in a Chinese style from wood and without metal nails, yet other architectural styles can be found here, including a lovely Russian Orthodox Church.
The only sounds are the burbling of a mountain stream, and the low calls of the animals.
And at night, the Milky Way spread across the dark sky looks close enough to touch.
It’s a remote, unfamiliar frontier, wide open to travelers who are eager to experience wild beauty, meet nomadic people, and discover the traditions of their forebears.
Here are my picks for a few of the many reasons Kyrgyzstan is so special: One of the most intriguing ways to enter Kyrgyzstan is by traveling from Kashgar in Western China over the 12,000-foot-plus Torugart Pass at the China-Kyrgyz border, stopping at imposing Tash Rabat.