State Nature Reserve "Kyzyltau"
This picturesque place has become home to many plants and animals, including those on the verge of extinction.
The state natural park “Kyzyltau”, literally “Red mountain”, is located in the Bayanaul district and occupies 60 thousand hectares of territory. The mountain "Kyzyltau" is the highest point in the vicinity of Bayanaul. This picturesque place has become home to many plants and animals, including those on the verge of extinction. Foxes, wolves, badgers, steppe hori, argali, golden eagles, partridges live here. The territory of the reserve is characterized by rocky hills and slopes, dominated by the steppe zone of the temperate zone. Dark chestnut gravelly soils predominate on the land of the natural park, where you can see thicket and admire small birch and aspen forests, and at the same time coniferous juniper flaunts on the mountain tops.
The state natural park "Kyzyltau" provides an opportunity to contemplate the riches of the environment and conquer the picturesque mountain ranges, because nature has always aroused genuine interest in every person who was with her "face to face."