The weather in Kyrgyzstan over the summer months (July and August) makes trekking in this great frontierland an even better experience. Landlocked for thousands of miles in the heart of Central Asia, Kyrgyzstan enjoys warm stable summer weather to enable you to have a trip of a lifetime.
In the towns and cities in the valleys, temperatures can feel sticky in the daytime in July and August often holding above 30 degrees. But as you trek into the hills and mountains, the blue skies still abound but the temperatures cool to a comfortable level. It’s definitely worth having the extra layers for the evenings around the campfire. The clear skies at night mean that you can feel the chill but it’s nothing compared to a cold European January night!
The stable weather at this time means you can really enjoy what this incredible landscape has to offer. Mountains, forests, rivers and lakes abound in every direction and there’s no-one here! You get the feeling of being an intrepid explorer as you realise you are one of a lucky few to journey through this beautiful land. If you’re wanting to get away from the crowds of people you might find in the hills and mountains in Europe, Kyrgyzstan should jump straight to the top of your list. Come with us on our ‘Kyrgyz Mountain Adventure’ this summer to see what we mean.