The Mountains of Kazakhstan.
Mountains in Kazakhstan, being either low or high, contribute to the beauty of Kazakhstan nature and offer many opportunities for holidays and recreation, attracting many tourists every year.
Mountains. At first glance, Kazakhstan with its sweeping plains and Steppes must seem one of the least mountainous countries in Asia.
Kazakhstan waterfalls. Belukha Mountain Belukha Mountain is in the north-east, with a snow-capped peak (4,506m) - the highest in Siberia and the Altai.
Click the peaks to see mountain photos, maps, routes, and summit logs for every mountain in Kazakhstan. Also browse Kazakhstan mountains in a big map view or photo view.
Shymbulak – Skiing in Kazakhstan. The Shymbulak Ski Resort, high above the city of Almaty and tucked deep into the mountains that stretch beyond the Medeo Ice-Skating Rink, is an area seemingly unknown to outsiders but may well be one of the best spots for snow-sports in all of Central Asia.
It stretches from the borders with Russia in the West-Kazakhstani oblast through the expanse of Aktobe and Turgay steppes up to the foothills of the Altay Mountains. The steppe is the soul of Kazakhstan...
Certain regions of Kazakhstan feature rocky canyons, snow-peaked mountains and conifer forests (taigas).
Autumn In the Mountains of Kazakhstan. Posted on October 14, 2013 by team. The mountains of Altai and Kazakhstan in the colors of golden autumn.
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