Ultimate Khuiten - Mountaineering

2014-09-30

Mongolia’s western frontiers with Russia and China are guarded by the snow capped peaks of the Altai Tavan Bogd mountain range, highest in the country. Its highest and most interesting peaks are Khuiten, Nairamdal, Malchin, Snowchurch and Ulgii. The longest glacier of Mongolia, the Potanin glacier stretches for 19km from the eastern face of Mt. Khuiten. On the summit day, when on the top of ...


Munkhhairkhan Trekking

2014-10-29

This trek takes place in the far western part of the country in the remote, pristine Altai Mountains. Munkhhairkhan is the second highest mountain in Mongolia at an elevation of 4362m. The peak is known locally as Tavan Khumst. (Tavan Khumst is Mongolian words meaning Snow leopard nails. Tavan means five, Khumst means nails) Munkhhairkhan Mountain is a very unique and diverse area, a virtual biological ...


Tsambagarav Trekking

2014-10-29

The trek takes place in one of the most remote mountain ranges of the world, in Altai mountain ranges, heading towards its mighty peak of Tsambagarav mountain 4202m, which is the third-highest mountain of Mongolia. The trekking adventure will start and end in Khovd town. Local team will meet you at the airport and will skillfully manage the tour. Mongolian horses and camels are part of the team ...


Classic Altai Trekking

2014-10-29

We dedicate this 2-week trekking trip to the devoted trekkers and mountaineers. The trip takes you to the most western point of Mongolia, the majestic Mongol Altai mountains – country’s largest and highest mountain range with glacier topped peaks over 3000 meters, crystal clean mountain rivers and glistening streams where inhabit world’s largest wild sheeps -argali, ibex, snow leopard, ...