Snowfalls don't melt at the high altitudes in Kyrgyzstan, with more snow compressing the previous one; there is the process of creating ice - glaciers. Ice sheets of some types are forced down by the U-shaped mountain valleys, carrying moraine all the course of it.
The Ice Rivers in Kyrgyzstan move at a rate of 3-40 cm a day, depending on width, thickness and slope of the valley. Crevasses are covered by freshly fallen snow; the permanent snow is about 8100 km2. It is estimated to be about 30 % of the total area land. The glaciers themselves cover the 4% of the surface area of Kyrgyzstan.
The most known Enilchek Glacier in Kyrgyzstan is of two branches - Northern and Southern in the massif of the Peak Pobeda. Ak-Sai, Adygene in Ala Archa National Park and some mixes of three day treks are the glaciers in an easy reach of Bishkek and as well the places for making tours in Kyrgyzstan. All together, the glaciers cover 580 billion cubic meters of water - amount of water that is enough to cover the whole Kyrgyzstan at 3km depth.
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