Kyzyltau Nature Reserve
This picturesque place has become home to many plants and animals, including those on the verge of extinction.
Kyzyltau Nature Reserve is located in the Bayanaul area and occupies 60 thousand hectares of territory. Kyzyltau Mountain is the highest peak in Bayanaul area. This picturesque place has become home to many species of plants and animals, including endangered ones: foxes, wolves, badgers, steppe polecats, argali, golden eagles, and partridges. There are rocky hills and slopes covered with juniper trees. Thickets of achnatherum, birch and aspen forests grow in the valleys.
Kyzyltau Nature Reserve offers countless opportunities to contemplate the overwhelmingly beautiful nature and climb the picturesque mountains. Without a doubt, you will fall under the spell of its the mesmerizing beauty.