Khuiten peak is the highest peak in Mongolia with 4,356m above sea level and a permanent snow cap in the Altai mountain range. Located far 2000km west from Ulaanbaatar city (Capital of Mongolia) just stone throw away close to Chinese border. One of the top touristic destination for mountain lovers in Mongolia. From the mountain Khuiten lasting down east Potanini glacier that remained relatively unchanged since the last ice age. Since Khuiten is the highest point of the Tavan Bogd massif also includes the other peaks such as Nairamdal (friendship)4,180m, Naran (sun), Malchin (herder)4,050m, Burged (Eagle)4,068m, and Olgii (land) 4,050m, Tsagaan Suvarga (white stupa). The Khuiten peak of Tavan Bogd massif is the second highest summit in the Altai mountain range when the highest being mount Belukha in Rusian Altai side.
Nairamdal peak features with its symbolic name meaning friendship as it is located at the border tripoint between Russia, Mongolia, and China by symbolizing friendship between these three countries. The Peak towers at the elevation of 4,082m above sea level.
The name of the Malchin peak means the herder. The Malchin peak shares the land of Mongolia from its south and land of Russia from its north side. The Peak towers at the elevation of 4,050m. This is the only peak that accessible for any hikers without any special skills and climbing kits.
best time to visit Mongolia The best time to visit Mongolia is between May and September. Despite the country’s vast size, the temperatures do not vary hugely depending on where you are, but in the major cities, you can expect mostly warm weather and long days in the summer except mountains where you can expect…
This is the spectacular snowcapped mountain of Khangai and located at 3,978m above sea level. It has distinctive nature of forests, fast-flowing mountain rivers, eternal snow-cap and glaciers, downhill picturesque lakes, rocky cliffs of peculiar formation, rare and scarce flora and fauna. You can do mountain expeditions with local mountain guides and do technical adventure…
Sair mountain is one of the less popular peaks of Altai mountain range that is also located in western Mongolian Bayan-Olgii province that towers at the elevation of 3,984m above sea level. One of the peaks that offers stunning view of snowcapped Altai mountains.