Western Mongolia

Altai Tavan Bogd

Altai Tavan bogd is a large massif with eternally snow-capped peaks run through the western end of Mongolia bordering Russia and China. UNESCO inscribed it on the World Heritage List. It is a protected area covering 6,362 km2 and it offers a home to many species of alpine animals such as Argali Sheep, Ibex, Red deer, Beech Marten, Moose, Snow cock, and Golden Eagle. The highest of the five peaks Khuiten rise up to 4374 meters and is home to three large freshwater lake and 34 glaciers. Snow-covered peaks soar into the cloudless sky and the frozen glaciers glitter in the sun's rays. . It is one of the untouched wilderness in Asia.

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