The general hydrological processes and the formation of runoff are influenced by the topography of the surface of Kyrgyzstan. Depending on the height of the place, the water balance and the conditions for the formation of runoff change. In tours we will see different kind of rivers. Moreover, it is really visible even while driving a car. Our company offers car rent service in order to make tours aimed at getting more information and so that our guests are not distracted by other factors.
Naryn is one of the largest rivers in Kyrgyzstan. Its length within the republic is 535 km, the catchment area is 53.7 thousand square km. It is formed by the confluence of the Big and Small Naryn, originating from the glaciers in the Syrty region. The total area of glaciers in the Naryn basin is over 1 thousand km. Crossing the republic from east to west, Naryn reaches the Ferghana Valley, where, merging with the Kara-Darya, it forms the Syr-Darya. In terms of water content, the Naryn is inferior to the rivers of the lowland part of our country, but the slope of the Naryn and other rivers of Kyrgyzstan is many times greater than that of the lowland rivers. According to the water regime, the Naryn River and its tributaries belong to the type of snow-glacial feeding, the floods of which are observed in the warm season, and the steady low water in the winter. The characteristic features of this regime are associated with the distribution of precipitation during the year and the presence of glaciers in its basin.
The Chu River in the north, which originates from the Naryn region, skirts the Kyrgyz Ridge from the east, then through the Chu Valley, passing Bishkek, disappears into the deserts of Kazakhstan. Once it was believed that the river flows from Lake Issyk-Kul, but this is not so, it skirts the mountains and flows only a few kilometers from the lake. Length-1067 square km, pool area - 62500 square km. Through the Boomsky Gorge, the river enters the Chui Valley, where numerous tributaries flow from the surrounding mountains. In the lower reaches crosses the Muyunkum desert and lost in the valley of Asekol. Glacier-snow food; The role of underground runoff is significant.
Talas is a river that flows through the territory of Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. The length of the river is 661 km, the area of its catchment area is 9240 km2. It is formed from the confluence of the Karakol and Uch-Koshoy rivers, which originate in the glaciers of the Talas range of Kyrgyzstan. On its way, the Talas River receives many tributaries, of which the most full-flowing are: Urmaral, Kara-Buura, Kumushtak, Kalba, Besh-Tash, Ken-Kel. In the lower reaches, the river is lost in the Moyunkum sands. On the river are hydropower Talas, Timerbase, and Gambitsky Uyuk. According to the water regime, the Talas River and its tributaries belong to the Tien Shan type of rivers that feed with snow and glacial waters and summer floods.
We will explore these amazing rivers in our tours. Depending on your wishes, you can order car rent.
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