At the foot of a mountain massif lies the village of Arslanbob in a forest of walnut trees. Here the land lots are big, making Arslanbob very spread out, and many houses are traditional built with mud plastered walls. The roads are equally "traditional"; winding and of dirt and rocks. It's a very friendly places where the old men sport long white beards and female wear headscarf (Uzbek style, meaning colourful and not matching the dress). Due to its relatively high elevation at 1,500 m, Arslanbob is a favourite weekend destination among "low-land" Kyrgyz from Osh who are shuttled between sights in open jeeps. Besides the walnut forest, which is a real attraction during picking season in Autumn, the area offers several waterfalls (the big one mores scenic than the small), holy lakes (three-day trek) and great day-trek destinations, like the Holy Rock which soar 1,400 m above the village. For more serious trekkers, there is the 14-days trek to Song Kul.