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River Aksu in Aksu-Zhabagly.

Travel on places of interest of reserve Aksu-Zhabagly.

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The river Aksu belongs to a river basin of Syr-Darya, is large, left inflow of the river Arys. Sources of the river Aksu are at height about 3,5 kilometers in territory of reserve Aksu-Dzhabagly.
The river proceeds on territory Lenger and Sairam area the South-Kazakhstan province. Ala-Tau originates in glaciers Talas. In the top Aksu flows in narrow twisting and picturesque gorge on territory of reserve Aksu-Zhabagly below on current there is a settlement to Sairam.
Its valley below a place of merge Aksu and Kshi-Aksu is especially beautiful. The river Aksu - has extent of 133 kilometers and the area of a reservoir of 766 kilometers square. Valley Aksu from sources up to an output from mountains twisting, in the bottom part width of the river 150 - 200 meters, in the width 40 - 60 meters.
A dining snow-glacial 65 - 70 %, rain 30 - 36 %. The mid-annual charge of water at village Podgornoe - 9,68 meters cubic in a second. Water of the river is used for water supply and an irrigation.
In the winter of the river do not freeze, but their coast become covered reaching sometimes up to the middle of the river. Power supplies of the rivers - glaciers and snow, therefore except for a spring high water in April they have years high waters in July, and, much more significant and long.

The river Aksu in Aksu-Zhabagly reserve. The river Aksu in Aksu-Zhabagly reserve. The river Aksu in Aksu-Zhabagly reserve. The river Aksu in Aksu-Zhabagly reserve. The river Aksu in Aksu-Zhabagly reserve.

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Alexander Petrov.