The name of the valley Eki Naryn translated from Kyrgyz language means “Two Naryn.” It is located in a place, 44 km from the town of Naryn, where merge large and small tributaries of the most powerful river Naryn.
The valley is situated at the altitude of over 2000 m. There formed the national park, where grow tall pine forests, live bears, wild boar, mountain goats and snow leopards. Near the valley there is a settlement which is also called Eki-Naryn.
The Eki-Naryn Valley is a beautiful and wild corner of Kyrgyzstan. Just past the village of Eki-Naryn, the road narrows and the forests come right down to the road. Akel’s Yurt Camp lies just on the other side of the first bridge past the Village of Eki-Naryn and serves as a good base camp for exploring the area.
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