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Cycling In Mongolia


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Cycle through the Mongolian wilderness - nomadic ger camps, steppes and forests


Start Ulaan Baatar.

Morning sightseeing followed by a traditional Mongolian show; overnight train to Erdenet.

Ride to Tal Tolgoi Well via the small township of Bugat; camp.

Cross Tuluugiin Pass; camp.

Arhangai steppe ride through undulating country to open green valley below Mt. Khairkhan (1862m); camp.

Short climb to cross Kholboogin Pass (1649m) before descending to Khairkhan Lake camp.

Cycle up Khunjiin River Valley to camp beneath Mt. Chingeltei.

Short climb past the headwaters of the Khunjiin; descend into Tamir River Valley; camp near Great Rock of Ikh Tamir.

Half-day ride to Tsetserleg; capital of Arhangai, afternoon free.

Morning ride in foothills of the Khangai Mountains.

Cycle across undulating steppe to Mt. Ondor Khairkhan (2312m).

Ride the Khangai Mountain Range on good jeep tracks; descend to Orkhon River Valley.

Ride to Karakorum and Erdene Zuu Monastery; overnight in traditional ger camp.

Drive to Ulaan Baatar, visit sand dunes at Mongol Els; free afternoon.

End Ulaan Baatar.

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Mongolia remains a mysterious presence in the heart of Central Asia, a traditional country where visitors are still an unusual sight. Nomads wander the grasslands, setting up their white gers (tents) where the pasture is lush for their horses. On our bikes, we follow good trails across wide, open steppe, into expansive mountain scenery and through larch and pine forests. Camping wild under the wide skies adds an adventurous edge to what is certainly one of our most intrepid cycle tours.

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