This is the second biggest gorge of Kyrgz ridge known by the locals as “Hot springs”. In this gorge in Soviet times on the base of hot mineral springs on the height of 1981 m above the sea level a holiday house was built. Nowadays it doesn’t work but the pool with hot water coming from the springs is still there. The water in the pool is about 30 C where you may swim with pleasure.
The hot springs themselves function on the base of mineral water spring coming from the bowels of the mountains with the temperature of about +56 C. In the structure of the water there are calcium salt, magnesium, iron, fluorine, cilicic acid. The water is supposed to help curing some diseases of musculoskeletal system, radiculitis, osteochondrosis, peripheral nervous system. It is also used as table water. Alamedin flood plain is absolutely covered by birch and pussy-willow groves and also by different types of bushes: barberry, black current, sea buckthorn and briar.
What should you bring:
Good walking shoes, warm clothes, rain gear, sunscreen, hat/cap, a towel, swimsuit, flip flops.
Duration: 6 hours
Price: 750 som per person in a group of 4 ppl (excl. hot springs fee of 100 som per person)
Tour guide: $30 per group (optional)
Extra option: Visit Burana tower for additional 1000 som per group