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Almaty region sights

Nature Museum of Almaty Reserve

The Nature Museum was created in the Almaty Nature Reserve in 1967. It is located in the city of Talgar, where you can see many exhibits – stuffed animals, birds, invertebrates, reptiles, plants, mushrooms, mosses and lichens. They say that the stuffed leopard was made by a specialist when the beast himself came to a man before his death. …

Ecopaths of Almaty Reserve

There are only ten nature reserves out of all the specially protected areas in Kazakhstan. All protected areas are of scientific interest, since the ecosystem in them is not significantly changed by human activities. Brown bears roam, snow leopards and mountain goats live not far from Almaty in the Almaty Nature Reserve. The Talgar mountain knot is the highest elevation of the northernmost ridge of the Tien Shan mountains. Talgar peak rises (5017 m) in the central part of the Zailiyskiy Alatau. …

Right Talgar Ecopath

The length of the right Talgar ecological path is 10.5 kilometers. One of the routes is called “Three Water Lilies”. In this direction, tourists go along a picturesque path until they find themselves at a waterfall. …

Left Talgar Ecopath

Left Talgar is the western tributary of the Talgar. The river originates on the northern slope of the Zailiyskiy Alatau, forming at the confluence of Constitution and Tourists glaciers at altitude of 3500 m. There is a 6.5 km long path along the bottom of the gorge. Tourists make their first stop at a small cave, then go up to cordon No. 3. …

Heavenly mountains (Khan Tengry)

Neighboring with Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan is a country of mountains. About 90 percent of the entire territory is mountainous terrain from 1,500 m above sea level to 7,439 m – the height of Pobeda Peak. This peak, located in the Kokshaal-Too ridge, dominates the mountain country of the Tien Shan, spreading over 3,500 km on the Eurasian continent. The ranges of the Heavenly Mountains, as their name is translated into Russian, rise in the vastness of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and China. …