Ayir lake in East Kazakhstan region.
Excursion to the Ayir lake.
Lake Ayir, also known as Monastyrskoye, is very beautiful and is located in a small hollow in a hilly area. The height of the lake is 500 meters above sea level.
Lake Ayir-how to get there.
The lake is located in East Kazakhstan, in the East Kazakhstan region on a mountain called Monasteries and Ayrtau. Nearby is the village of Sartymbet. The maximum height of Mount Ayrtau is 1000 meters above sea level.
Ayir lake-information for tourists.
Such fish as pike, perch, carp live in the Ayir lake. The water in the lake is not very salty, it feeds on groundwater, melting snow, and precipitation.
Ayir-legends of the lake.
Once upon a time there was an ancient monastery in which the monks lived. For the sins of the monks, the monastery froze, turned to stone or petrified. After that, a cave was formed here in which the robbers hid their treasures. Everyone who tried to get these treasures was thrown from the cave by a hurricane wind and therefore no one could get into the cave. The territory is very beautiful and picturesque, here you can stay overnight and go fishing. You will not meet other tourists here as the territory is vast and it is easy to get lost on it.