Chuy Region Kyrgyzstan
Chuy Region is located on the North of Kyrgyzstan. It borders with Kazakhstan in the north and west, in the south-west with Talas and Jalal Abad regions, in the south-east with Issyk-Kul region.
Chuy Region consists of several parts: Chon-Kemin, Kichi-Kemin, Suusamyr valley, Slopes of Kyrgyz Ata-Too and Kungey Ala-Too. The lowest point of the valley is considered to be 550 meters above sea level, the highest point is 4895m.
Bishkek city (the capital of Kyrgyzstan) is located in Chuy region. Other big cities also located here are: Kant, Tokmok, Kara-Balta. More than one million people live here with a total population of five million.
Interesting places to visit: Burana tower (historical complex), mountain gorges: Ala-Archa, Kegety, Alamedin, Chun-Kurchak, Chon-Kemin, Shamsi, Issyk-Ata, Belogorke, Bishkek city, National park of Chon-Kemin, Komorchek canyons, Suusamyr valley.
- Snow peaks
- Alpine meadows
- Panoramic view
- Mountain goats
- Predator birds