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#434950 - 29.04.08 18:24 Bikepartner Uzbekistan, Kyrgystan, Mongolia
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My name is Malte and i'd like to find a partner for these countries.
At the moment i am in Tashkent and headding towards Ferghana soon.
I'd be glad to find a partner.
Time is no problem, i'm quiet flexible as my Visa for Kyrgystan is valid for 3 month so iff i had to wait for you, no worries....
I like relaxed biking as well as going strong.
I am interested in nature and the people to meet.
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#517691 - 21.04.09 20:04 Re: Bikepartner Uzbekistan, Kyrgystan, Mongolia [Re: Avvonhoff]
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info about the route takes you from Karakol to Bishkek, the long way...

First ride past beachside villages on the quieter south shore of Lake Issyk-Kul and then up over a mountain pass at 3,600 meters to the magical Lake Song-Kol. Here you can stay in a yurt or pitch your tent and watch the nomads from a distance.

Going around Song-Kol, you descend to the north over another high pass and then make your way to Bishkek first through a valley and then over another high pass. This is a pleasant ride from late spring through to early autumn but especially in summer when the weather is at its best, flowers fill the high mountain fields, the fruit trees are loaded down with sweet treats and the lakes offer an instant source of refreshment.

Passes to Song Kol may not open until early June. There are many guesthouses, homestays and yurtstays to choose from but it’s wise to carry a tent and warm clothes as there are one or two desolate stretches and nights will always be cool at the lake. Mountain storms can also blow up without warning.

Distance: 750-800km
Duration: 12-14 days
Terrain: Everything from a broadly flat ride along Issyk-Kul to strenuous climbs over high mountain passes. Roads vary from well maintained asphalt to crumbling pistes. All is managable on a bike with wide tyres, even for the fully-loaded tourer.
Accomodation: Many guesthouses along the way and yurts in the high pastures. Despite the wide choice of places to stay, a tent is necessary for bad weather and to enjoy the best of the remote areas.
Highlights: A day on the beach on the shores of lake Issyk-Kul and a night among nomads and yurts in Svetov Dolina and on the shores of Lake Song-Kol.
Lowlights: The increasing impact of tourism is already showing in Kyrgyzstan. Children along Issyk-Kul lake and in Kochkor will likely ask you for money. We encountered the occasional stone-throwing teenager.

http://www.travelazerbaijan.land.ru/ - (LOI to Kyrgystan, Tajikistan - 13 euros)

Tips: Treat yourself to a few homestays. Tamga and Kochkor are good choices for this. Bring strong sunscreen as your skin will burn faster at altitude..

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