This plateau is known from times immemorial as a summer pasture.
Для того чтобы оставить заявку на покупку данной услуги, вы должны быть авторизованы в системе
Asy Plateau (also spelled as Assy) is located along the Kishi-Turgen River, and stretches on for 60 km (37 mi). The plateau is 2800-3200 meters (about 9000-10500 ft) above the sea level. Here burial mounds of the Early Iron Age have been preserved. From ancient times, the Asy Plateau has been known as a summer pasture, used by Kazakh farmers for cattle grazing. Caravans going from Europe and Central Asia to China and India crossed the plateau as well.
Here you can see bizarre-shaped trees, beautiful flowers, picturesque hills, herds of horses, moss-covered stones, and a river with crystal clear water.
In the upper part of the plateau, there is an astrophysical observatory equipped with one of the largest telescopes in the world.
Add your photo
Choose one or more photo