What makes Chungkurchak unique is the diversity of its landscapes and the winding mountain roads. In the warm season, snow-capped peaks cast glimmers on the green meadows, slopes are adorned with large and small clusters of alpine flowers in all colors, the scent of fir trees fills the air with the lively buzzing of bees, and the red soil creates a striking contrast against the boundless sky. In the winter, nearby ski resorts such as Chungurchak and Tatyr become magnets for skiers and snowboarders.
At every twist of the serpentine road to Kyzyl-Beles Pass (2300 meters above sea level), breathtaking panoramas of the city and settlements at the foot of the mountains unfold.
The area offers numerous trekking routes, both for day trips and multi-day adventures. Popular attractions include the Golubiny Waterfall, which is 30 meters high and offers heart-pounding fly-jumping experiences. The highly sought-after hiking route passes through the ethno-complex of Supara.
Here, visitors can enjoy:
This location is suitable for almost everyone, as it boasts a complete tourist infrastructure:
Another advantage is its year-round appeal. For example:
Chunkurchak is an inspiring place for those who value unhurried and comfortable leisure. Here, you can easily find a spot for meditation and self-reflection. Some find their energy in multi-day journeys to the highest peaks.
After the tour, the colorful souvenir photos will undoubtedly immerse you in the moments of your stay, bringing back feelings of well-being and emotional uplift. By the way, make sure your gadget has enough memory because there will certainly be plenty of photos!