WESTERN MONGOLIA

OTGONTENGER MOUNTAIN

Otgontenger is the highest peak in the Khangai Mountain Ranges in Mongolia. Its summit is currently calculated to reach an elevation of 4021 meters above sea level. The mountain is located in Zavkhan Province and is the only peak in the Khangai range that is capped with a permanent glacier. The south face of Mount Otgontenger is the most extensive granite wall in Mongolia.

BAYAN LAKE

Bayan Lake is a beautiful freshwater lake in Zavkhan province which is located in north side of Bor Khyariin Sand Dunes. Bor Khyariin sand dunes are one of the biggest and longest sand dunes in Mongolia. It continues around 180 kms.

KHAR LAKE

Khar Lake is a beautiful freshwater lake which is located in south side of Bor Khyariin Sand Dunes. The lake is surrounded by sand dunes and high mountains. Here offers you to enjoy different types of landscapes and also if you are lucky, you can see the nomadic family immigration. Still they are conserving to move by camels. It is our ancient method of immigration.

ALTAI TAVAN BOGD MOUNTAIN

Altai Tavan Bogd Mountains are located in Altai range; thus, it is named the Altai Tavan Bogd, was protected site in 1996, which Tavan Bogd translates to five saints. As “Khuiten” (4374m) and “Malchin” (4027m) peaks are regularly climbed. And “Khuiten” is Mongolian highest peak which marks intersection of Russian, Chinese and Mongolian borders. There is the Potanin Glacier which is Mongolia’s longest glacier and stretches 25km.

DAYAN LAKE/KHOTON LAKE/KHURGAN LAKE

Dayan Lake, Khoton Lake and Khurgan Lake are moraine lakes fed by small rivers and snowmelt. A very popular statue known as Dayan the Pious stands near its shore and behind it is remains of the foundations of three square tombs. Great place to trek in beautiful scenery, fresh water, and snow peaked mountain. And they are located in Bayan-Ulgii province and connected by stream.