|Elevation||4,855 m (15,928 ft)|
|Length||454 km (282 mi) E-W|
|Width||40 km (25 mi) N-S|
|Countries||Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan|
|Type of rock||Meganticline|
The Kyrgyz Ala-Too (Kyrgyz: -, K?rg?z Ala-Toosü, [k?r's ?l?'to:su]; Kazakh: ?, Qyr?yz Alataýy) also Kyrgyz Alatau, Kyrgyz Range, Alexander Range is a large range in the North Tien-Shan. It stretches for a total length of 454 km from the west-end of Issyk-Kul to the town Taraz in Kazakhstan. It runs in the east-west direction, separating Chuy Valley from Kochkor Valley, Suusamyr Valley, and Talas Valley. Talas Ala-Too Range adjoins the Kyrgyz Ala-Too in vicinity of Töö Ashuu Pass. The western part of Kyrgyz Ala-Too serves as a natural border between Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan.