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Kulikalon Lakes

Kulikalon, Artuch, Tajikistan
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Hiking Kulikalon Alaudin and more

We arrived hiking from the Seven Lakes (see my review) at Chukupak Lake, then down to the Alplager... read more

Reviewed 31 July 2015
Pierre W
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Brussels, Belgium
Chimtarga

The trek from Artuch to Chimtarga and the lakes at Kulikalon is steep, if you are carrying tents... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2013
tourists_zerafshan
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Marguzor, Tajikistan
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31 Jul 2015
“Hiking Kulikalon Alaudin and more”
5 Aug 2013
“Chimtarga”
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Kulikalon, Artuch, Tajikistan
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Reviewed 31 July 2015

We arrived hiking from the Seven Lakes (see my review) at Chukupak Lake, then down to the Alplager mountain hut, and up to Kulikalon lake, one hour further are the Dushakha lakes, quieter and stunning also. Then climbing Alaudin Pass (not that hard) and descending...More

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Reviewed 5 August 2013

The trek from Artuch to Chimtarga and the lakes at Kulikalon is steep, if you are carrying tents etc. I would recommend a donkey unless you favour a good work out then carry, once you arrive at 3000m you will feel a calm from the...More

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Reviewed 12 October 2012

Wow, Kulikalon (in Tajik Big Lake) was a cool discovery. I reached the lakes on a 2,5hs easy hike starting from Artuch camping place. Incredible nature and amazing lakes, one different from the other. We set up our camp close to the path leading to...More

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