Biking and trekking in Kyrgyzstan
Kyrgyzstan towers: March 2009
Actions: Walking tour
Duration: 10 days
On day 1. Arriving in Bishkek, where we will meet at the airport and we go to the hotel. Lunch at 19:00 at night is organized by your hotel.
On day 2. Morning around Lake Issyk-engine kul'skomu of Karakol. Lunch at 19:00 at night is held in your tents.
On day 3. Go to Karakol Valley. Lunch on the road. Trekking in the throat, which leads to Kryla-Kel Lake. Lunch at 19:00 at night is held in your tents.
On day 4. Trekking Alakolja lake. Sights. Lunch at 19:00 at night is held in your tents.
Day 5. We travel over ?????-Kul (3600 m) Lunch on the road. Lunch at 19:00 at night is held in your tents.
Day 6. After breakfast trek down to Altyn-Arashan valley. Lunch at 19:00 at night is held in your tents.
On day 7. Day free. Trekking hot mineral ??????? Altyn-Arashan Valley. Lunch on the road. Lunch at 19:00 at night is held in your tents.
On day 8. We will be trekking down the valley Altyn-Arashan. Go to Karakol. Lunch at 19:00 at night is held in your tents.
Day 9. After breakfast proceed to Bishkek. Lunch on the road. Lunch at 19:00 at night is organized by your hotel.
10 days. In the morning your guide will choose the airport, in accordance with the time of your initial data. You weeds in the home.
An important role in expanding the market begins to play animal husbandry. So in 1906 from all cattle sold in the Pishpek Przhevalsk counties and on the proportion of households had kyrgyzskih 91.6%. The commodity is part of the two counties as a whole was 54.8%. If in the second half of the 19th century in the commodity market and other areas of northern Kyrgyzstan prevailed livestock, in the early 20th century it became more available unmanufactured leather and wool. In some areas of cultivated melons, planted fruit trees. In the southern region was the most profitable branch of cotton. But of all sectors of the economy of Kyrgyzstan, in general, commodity-money relations are most penetrated into cattle. In 1914 the value of its commercial products in relation to the value of its entire gross production was 44%, and the cost of commercial products of agriculture - 31%.
The development of trade in Kyrgyzstan increased the growth of the exchange between producers, farms, areas in the south and the north. Before the revolution in the country trade was seasonal, fair and bazaar form. Farming the edge to 1917 remained largely small-scale.