Jety-Oguz or the Rocks of the Seven Bulls (kirg. Zheti-Oguz is a picturesque mountain gorge in Kyrgyzstan, 28 km west of the city of Karakol (formerly Przhevalsk) along the southern shore of Issyk-Kul.
The Jety-Oguz Gorge is located in the floodplain of the river of the same name on the northern slope of the Terskey Ala-Too ridge, skirting Lake Issyk-Kul from the south. Jety-Oguz (translated from Kyrgyz — “seven bulls”) got its name from a chain of weathered red rocks resembling bulls lying on the ground and are the hallmark of the gorge. The local attraction is the “Broken Heart” rock, in front of which lovers are always photographed.