The picturesque valley Jety-Oguz is located 28 km south-west of the city of Karakol. Its name is translated from the Kyrgyz language and it means "seven bulls". The name is symbolic, because here in the 35 km stretches a huge wall of seven red-brown cliffs resembling ranked furious bulls.
The extraordinary contrast to the gentle slopes of the gorge attached to rocks, densely overgrown with grass and pine trees from a far resemble soft carpet. Especially romantic rock looks "broken heart", located at the entrance to the gorge.
Jety-Oguz is also famous for its hot springs, the water containing radon and hydrogen sulfide.
Where they are beaten out of the earth at an altitude of 2200 m, built health and fitness resort.
Water sources useful in the treatment of rheumatism, gastric disorders, and nervous system.
Rising above, you can reach the panorama Kok Dzhayyk, offering stunning views of the valley or the Valley of Flowers, strewn with poppies.
At the top of the Jety-Oguz also have mountain lakes and noisy waterfalls.