Highland Alay Valley is located in the south of Kyrgyzstan, between the Alay and Chon-Alai Range, 120 kilometres from the city of Osh. Its length is 150 km, the width of 2-25 km, average height – 3000 m.
The central part of the valley included the basin of the Kyzyl-Suu river. The climate in the valley is dry and cold. Despite this, Alay is rich with meadows, where the grass grows high thick, so you can see a lot of grazing cattle.
World of wild animals are very diverse here live rock partridge, ular, foxes, Alay red marmots, bears, mountain goats. In the river found Amudarya trout.
Chon-Alay Range, enveloping the Alay Valley to the south, rises above the valley on 3000 m and draws to the traveller grandiose scenery of majestic mountains and eternal ice.