- Address: Jety Oguz Alley, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Waterfall, Family And Kids, Point Of Interest, Nature
Barskoon Waterfall is a 24-meter cascade, a gem of Kyrgyzstan. It was given the status of a national monument in the year 1975. Climbing up the neighboring mountains is a joy, especially during the summers, as the tiring climb results into the sweet water of the destination. While it is also accessible by car, youngsters prefer to go here as a weekend adventure activity. There are two falls, the upper and the lower falls. Trekking is great fun and the journey is worth the view.
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16.42% of people who visit Bishkek include Barskoon Waterfall in their plan
72.73% of people start their Barskoon Waterfall visit around 09 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Barskoon Waterfall
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Barskoon Waterfall
People normally also visit Victory Park while planning their trip to Barskoon Waterfall.
Barskoon Waterfall Reviews & Ratings
Fantastic place. Better if you can climb the mountain. So go prepared with your gears
Very nice waterfall. If you would like to make a light hiking, going to Barskoon waterfall is best desicion.
Nice waterfall but it takes a relatively steep walk uphill to reach it. Seems to be a favourite spot because when I visited there was a bridal couple taking pictures with photographer et al. The water falls into a small pool which runs into a small rivulet. Could be stronger in rainy seasons.
Fairly steep but short hike up to the small waterfall. Looks like a scramble/climb up to the higher one...we didn't go. Would be a good day trip with a picnic!
Easily one of my favourite places in Kyrgyzstan to visit. I highly recommend going in winter as well when the waterfalls are all frozen.