Trekking and hiking in Uzbekistan is one of the most popular and beautiful types of journeys.
Traveling in the mountains of Uzbekistan, tourists visit the most interesting landscape areas, admire picturesque panoramas, rivers and lakes, bizarre rocks and waterfalls, blooming alpine meadows, fields of poppies and tulips, eagles and vultures soaring in the sky. They will see ancient petroglyphs and petrified footprints of dinosaurs, visit mysterious caves, meet shepherds grazing herds on summer mountain pastures, capture incredibly colorful mountain sunrises and sunsets.
Most of the year Uzbekistan has warm, stable weather and your trip will be comfortable and enjoyable.
After trekking, tourists can visit the world-famous fabulous cities of Uzbekistan - Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva, Shakhrisabz, Termez, the “golden” Ferghana Valley
The most interesting mountainous areas for trekking and hiking in Uzbekistan:
1. Chimgan mountains (Southwestern Tien Shan, Chatkal and Pskem ranges). Here we conduct trekking and hiking of varying difficulty, from 1 to 7 days at altitudes from 1,000 to 3,308 m above sea level.
2. Tien Shan foothills, Tashkent region - 1-3-day trekking tours and walks in the areas of Kumyshkan, Aksakata, Tavaksay.
3. Zeravshan ridge, Samarkand region, heights up to 2,500 m above sea level (1-3 days routes)
4. Nurata mountains, heights up to 2300 m above sea level (1-3 days tours)
5. Gissar ridge, Kashkadarya region near the city of Shakhrisabz, heights up to 4,500 m above sea level (1-7 days trekking)
6. Baysuntau ridge, near the district center of Boysun., heights up to 4000 m above sea level (1-4 days tours)