Early departure from Tashkent to the valley Aksakata, village Gidjal (L = 70 km; T = 1h. 20m. (H=1050m).Starting point of mountain hiking. Going on the northern slopes of the ridge in the upper reaches of the river Kumbel, Badamsay (left tributary of the river Beldersay). Lunch at the northern slopes of Kokbet. Then we continue our hiking with good path on the ridge Kumbel through Maygashkan Peak (H=2276m). Traverse along the ridge to the top of Kumbel (H = 2250m) where appears nice panorama of great big Chimgan. We put our 1st day camping at the shelter near hydrometstation.
After breakfast walk down into the valley of the river Beldersay. Here you can enjoy with unique beauty of nature. In a good path we reach to Chet Kumbel (H=1860m) where we have rest near small spring. Then we go up to Beldersay rock carvings (H=2390m) which takes about 4 hours. Lunch near the spring close to shepherd’s shelter. We reach to Chimgan valley(H=1750m) though the northern slopes of Big Chimgan where we put 2nd day camping near Aksay river (H=1720m)
Early in the morning we move along the crest of the ridge through the undulating red cliff (Kyzyljar) (H=1850m) to the Charvak reservoir. Lunch at a local shepherd summer pasture. Whole the day we keep walking on the ridge, so last day is quite panoramic. On the way you can see all surrounded valleys like Chimgan, Galvaysay, Yubileyniy and mountains. Finally we walk down to the hotel Chorvak Oromgohi (H = 950m.) where we meet with our driver. Return to Tashkent (L = 95km; T = 1 hour 30 minutes).
Cost of tour
Number of travellers
Price per person, in USD.
-Transport to/from the mountains (1-2-3 people – sedan; 4-6 people – van, bus and mini bus for the rest);
-Service of English ,Russian, German and French speaking guides;
-Rent tour facilities ( tent, sleeping bag, sleeping rug )
-Food ( Full board)
In cost not included:
- Visa support
- The insurance
- Personal mountain equipment (a backpack.....), footwear and clothes
- Alcohol beverages
- The personal first-aid set
Please make sure to bring along the following things:
- Good hiking or walking shoes
- Sunglasses and sun-block cream
- Comfortable clothes, gloves, hat
- Protective clothes against wind, rain and snow
- Change of clothes in case you get wet
- Walking stick (optional)
- Money and identification; personal medical kit
Note: In case of bad weather guides reserve the right to change the route.