The upper plateau of the Boszhira tract, which is located 120 kilometers from the town of Zhanaozen. Having reached the place, we walk to the Dreadnought - the remnant of the ancient chink who survived the destruction. The dreadnought has the shape of an elongated oval and extends to the plateau from the north-west to the south-west. From the west and east, this chink is broken by steep twenty-meter slopes, in some places the cliffs reach an even greater height. The length of the chin Dreadnought is two hundred meters, starting from the ancient stone wall, in which there is a passage and ending with a cliff to the Fangs. On the southern side of the Dreadnought its width is no more than twenty meters, at the very beginning from the north it is about forty meters.
The road to the Dreadnought originates from the southern part, where the road ends, resting on the chalk depressions, which most tourists call Harbor. On them we will climb a small chalky plateau, located between the Trapezium mountain and the Dreadnought. Having climbed the plateau, we will move to the north-west side, crossing the medium-sized canyon along the way. Cretaceous moving to the south. There is no path as such, but the easiest way is along the eastern slope, which will lead us to the point where the path begins, leading to the ancient stone wall.
This ancient wall was built to isolate a secluded steep place of a surviving chink from the rest of the Dreadnought, representing what kind of shelter. Having passed through the gates of the ancient wall, we come to the surface of the surviving ancient chink - we are on the Dreadnought. We can see that in some places the surface of the chink is covered with cracks.
When approaching the edge of a cliff, you must be extremely careful. A very popular place for photographs is located on the edge of the southern cliff, from where a beautiful view of the Fangs of Boszhira opens.
Having finished our tour, we leave back to the city of Aktau. The length of the path will be 270 kilometers.