Mountain Bike Tour In Mongolia 22 days

Mountain Bike Tour In Mongolia

Area: Eastern, Central and Southern Mongolia
 Potential dates: from May to October in each year.
 Duration: 22 days/21 nights
 Daily mileage: 140 km: 45 km bike + 95 km 4×4
 Total distance: 2300 km
 Sights: Khar Zurkhnii Khukh Nuur – Kherlen River – Mountain Baga Buural – Sengur mountain brook – Bayangol River – Binder sup-province – Onon River – Ikh Gazryn Chuluu – Sagaan Suvarga – Bayanzag – Khalzangyn Els – Khongor Sand dunes – Yolyn Am
 Activities: Mountain biking, bicycling, horseback riding, hiking, mountain climbing, interest historical sites, flower watching, ethnic tour, camel riding, wildlife viewing, nomadic home stay, camel riding etc.
 Price: from 1270 USD p.p

We are a locally owned and operated business established in 2005. We specialize in guided mountain bike tours of Mongolian whole parts. Our Sport tour department will take you beyond the main tourist routes for an unforgettable vacation. View breathtaking mountains covered in coniferous black forest as you bike the local roads and trails with eagles soaring overhead and deers spouting in the distance.

We offer you our MOUNTAIN BIKE TOUR IN MONGOLIA guided mountain bicycle tour for all riding abilities: the cyclist who wants to see the real Mongolia or the mountain bike enthusiast who wants to ride pristine single track. We carry all camping gear to base camps with our vans. So get off the van and into the wilderness with MOUNTAIN BIKE TOUR IN MONGOLIA!

Day1. Arrive in Ulaanbaatar.  
Arrive in Ulaanbaatar city either by train or plane. We will pick you up and transfer to the booked accommodation. Then we will enjoy Ulaanbaatar city tour.

City tour: Listen to expert narration from your friendly tour guide as you enjoy all the major city sights. Ride in a local vehicle as you listen to this tour extraordinaire provide smart, interesting & engaging commentary of best sights!

– Check out Sukhbaatar Square, Museum of National History, & more on  our downtown Ulaanbaatar City Tour.
– Enjoy a delicious nomads’ traditional lunch
– Enjoy a guided, tour of Gandantegchilen Main Monastery Complex with grand Megjidjanraisag Buddha statue & more.
– Shopping! Do you love high fashion at bargain prices? You will have chance to buy famous Mongolian cashmere products with some big discount.
– Welcome to Folk Music concert, listen to Khuumii and see to shamanism ritual dance.
– Take home a CD-ROM filled with many photos to show family & friends!

Day2. Ulaanbaatar – Khar Zurkhnii Khukh Nuur. (217km: 180km 4×4 + 37km bike).
Our staff will meet you at your accommodations at 8:00 am. Your duffel bag of personal items will be secured in our support vehicle and we will store all unnecessary luggage items in our storage facility. We will leave Ulaanbaatar city and drive to Baganuur town. After we just crossed the bridge Kherlen River, you will begin to ride the bikes. Reaching distance to the Lake from this point is about 30 km. The lake is located near the Mountain Baga Buural in area of Tsenkher Mandal sub-province of Khentii province of Eastern part of Mongolian territory. Great Khaan Chinggis was proclaimed in the throne of whole Mongolian nomadic tribes around this blue lake in 1189. The Lake of Sengur mountain brook is fresh watered and evaluated in 1676 m above sea level. As a man wanders through the wilderness landscape in Khentii Mountain, he stops to admire the picturesque scenery of the Lake, the glacier and the colorful fireweed. Summer is one of the prettiest times of year in mountainous Khentii province, Mongolia as the brilliant sunlight reflects off the calm surface of the lake and the landscape which is ablaze in vibrant green hues. After arrived in the Lake, we will set up our camp.

The Lake Khar Zurkhnii Khukh Nuur

Day3. Khar Zurkhnii Khukh Nuur – Bayangol. (45 km bike).

After breakfast,we will explore surrounding areas of the lake then continue our journey to the Bayangol River. On the way we will explore mountainous landscape with many hordes of horses, cattle and sheep.

Day4. Bayangol – Binder. (148km: 42km bike + 106km 4×4).
Today we will ride to Binder sup-province center. Today we will trek through beautiful small rounding hills with lush green meadows. We will climb to some small passes where we will enjoy beautiful views of the Khentii Mountains wilderness which is southern edge of Great Siberian natural scenery. Open-air dinner and overnight in tent. Evening we will rest our legs for day four’s challenging ride on Onon River Trail.

Day5. Binder – Dadal. (110km: 57km bike + 53km 4×4).
The Onon River trail – a section of the Mountain Bike Tour in Mongolia – is a great fourth day: 100 kms of single-track. We will traverse a sub-alpine forest and fields of wildflowers, stopping for a leisurely lunch at mile twelve along the banks of the picturesque River Basin of Onon. The trees become sparse and stunted and then shrubs and moss become prominent. The pass is in a broad sweeping valley with large surrounding peaks and immense vistas.

Day6. Dadal – Binder. (110 km: 40km bike + 70km 4×4).
Today we will back to Binder sub-province center via another route.

Day7. Binder – Khentii – Umnudelger. (120km: 57km bike + 63km 4×4).
Our destination today is Umnudelger sub-province. You will continue to travel through rolling hills and coniferous black forest of the Kherlen River’s interior, with the Khentii Mountain Range to the south and the southern tip of the Range to the north. Khentii Mountain Ranges are steeper and appear recently folded and formed. They are the youngest mountain rage in Central Asia.

Day8. Umnudelger – Delgerkhaan. (98km: 45km bike + 53km 4×4).
Today we will ride to Delgerkhaan sup-province.

Day9. Delgerkhaan – Choir (Sumber). (167km: 60km bike + 107km 4×4).
Today you cycle down the pass. Enjoy the descent while noticing the dramatic change in the landscape. The coniferous forest and mountains quickly gives way to the Central Asian Great plateau. From the Choir town Gobi desert’s northern edge will be start.

Day10. Choir – Ikh Gazryn Chuluu. (185km: 30 bike + 155km 4×4).
Today we will ride to Ikh Gazryn Chuluu that is the Nature Reserve area is located in the Gobi-Ugtaal sup-province of Dundgobi province and it is granite stone mountain for reserving natural beauty. The Mountain has about 40 caves such as Toonot, Aguit etc.

Ikh Gazryn Chuluu

Day11. Ikh Gazryn Chuluu – Mandalgobi. (114km: 40km bike + 74km 4×4).
Today we will ride to Mandalgobi provincial center that of Dundgobi (Middle Gobi) province. The city is located from 260 from Ulaanbaatar city and 1395 m above sea level. About 11000 people live in this city. After reach at the city we will take shower and charge your electric equipments.

Day12. Mandalgobi – Tsagaan Suvarga. (178km: 50km bike + 128km 4×4).
After breakfast, we will start driving towards the Gobi desert. Today we will see the landscape changing dramatically from the fertile grassland to the inhospitably rocky land. In the evening we could get in Sagaan Suvarga or White stupas. You will watching the scenery change as you drive.

Day13. Tsagaan Suvarga – Tsogt Ovoo. (117km: 57km bike + 60km 4×4).
Today we will ride to Tsogt Ovoo sub-province.

Day14. Tsogt Ovoo – Dalanzadgad. (150km: 50km bike + 100km 4×4).
Today we will ride to Dalanzadgad sub-provincial center. It is the center of Umnugobi province. It is located 540 kilometers (336 miles) south of the national capital Ulaanbaatar. The altitude of the city center is 1,470 meters (4,823 feet).

Day15. Dalanzadgad – Bayanzag. (70km bike).
Today we will ride to Bayanzag, a saxual forest and area of red cliffs “Bayanzag” which have been formed from the erosion of the sand and rock over many thousands of years. A lot of dinosaurs’ findings such as skeleton & dinosaur’ eggs have been found there. American zoologist Roy Chapman Andrews named this place as “End of the World”. As scientists defined it was an inland sea bottom some 200 million years ago. There, we will visit local dinosaur museum. The Flaming Cliffs themselves are very imposing from a distance, and are particularly fiery in the light of the setting sun, and it is an interesting place to wander about to get a closer look at one of the world’s most famous paleontological sites.

Day16. Bayanzag – Khalzangyn Els – Bayanzag. (64km bike).
Today we will ride to Khalzangyn Els. In the evening we will come back in Bayanzag.

Day17. Bayanzag – Khongor Sand dunes. (62km bike).
Today we will ride to Khongor Sand dunes. On the route we will see Gobi colorful stones.

Day18. Khongor Sand dunes. (60 km bike).
Today we will reach in Khongor Sand dunes. The accumulation of windblown sand marks the beginning of one of nature’s most interesting and beautiful phenomena. The direction and velocity of winds, in addition to the local supply of sand, result in a variety of dune shapes and sizes. Picturesque Khongor Sand dunes against a sky of blue or a full moon, with perfectly contoured shadows of ripples and undulating crests, have always been a favorite subject of photographers. Depending upon one’s particular situation, sand dunes can be one of the most incredibly beautiful, thrilling, eerie, treacherous or just plain inhospitable places on earth. The Khongor Sand dunes range from 20 to 25km in width, nearly 100km long, with crests rising 80 to 300m above the surrounding landscape.
Some of the earliest references about “acoustical” dunes are found in Chinese and Midwestern chronicles dating back more than 1500 years. Marco Polo described weird sounds on a journey through the Gobi Desert. One of the best places to observe booming dunes in the southern Mongolia is Khongor Sand dunes. The sounds have been variously described as singing, whistling, squeaking, roaring and booming. To stand before an enormous, gleaming white sand dune and realize that all of this was once an ancient lake bed or coastal plain is quite astonishing. The incredible roaring sounds of distant dunes is an unforgettable experience, particularly during the quiet hours of darkness and daybreak. Starting with the wind and tumbling particles of sand and culminating in picturesque drifts of rippled sand with an entire, dynamic, living community of plants and animals; this is one of nature’s most remarkable cycles, and it is truly a phenomenon of wind. There you will ride camel and then climb to the top or sand dunes.

Day19. Khongoryn Els (Singing Sand dunes) – Yolyn Am (Eagle Valley). (220 km: 50 km bike + 170 km 4×4).
Today we will ride to Yolyn Am. On the route we will see Dungeneegiin Am (Dungenee Mount). The valley begins from Zuun Saikhan Mountain, a branch of the Gurvan Saikhan mountain system, and stretches over 10 km. It is completely shaded from the sun in some parts by high cliff walls. You will walk through the valley which is famous for the fact that there is ice present there even during the hot summer months. The beauty of the valley, combined with the sound of vultures (Yol means vulture, in Mongolian) creates an atmosphere of awe and wonder – this is an experience not to be missed!

Day20. Yolyn Am – Dalanzadgad – Ulaanbaatar. (60km).
After breakfast, we will be transferred to local air field for flying to Ulaanbaatar city. After you arrived in the Ulaanbaatar city, you will be transferred to your accommodation. Your stored luggage will be dropped off at your accommodations, before you arrive. Once back at your accommodations please either drop off your duffle bag to the front desk or bring it with you to the pre-arranged grand finale dinner, if the group decides to have one.

Day21. Free day.
Today you can go shopping. Afternoon is free to you. You may need to pack your luggage for your tomorrow’s return.

Day22. International departure.
After breakfast, you will be transferred to the railway station or international airport for your international departure.

 Price range:


2720 USD p.p (based on 2pax)
2350 USD p.p (based on 3pax)
2170 USD p.p (based on 4pax)
2060 USD p.p (based on 5pax)
1980 USD p.p (based on 6pax)

Up from 6pax please see our group service
1850 USD p.p (based on 2pax)
1560 USD p.p (based on 3pax)
1420 USD p.p (based on 4pax)
1330 USD p.p (based on 5pax)
1270 USD p.p (based on 6pax)

Up from 6pax please see our group service
Prices included:

– accommodation in Ulaanbaatar city (twin share room of three star hotel)
– accommodation in countryside (tourist camp)
– land transportation within country (Japanese or Russian minivan) and fuel cost
– guide service (English speaking)
– all costs of sightseeing in countryside
– entrance tickets for National Parks and Government charges
– horse or camel hire where specified
– support staff including horse/camel men and camp assistants
– airport or train station pick up and drop off services
– domestic flights
– food service (three meals in a day)
– city tour of Ulaanbaatar
– mineral waters

Prices included:

– accommodation in Ulaanbaatar city (guesthouse or hostel)
– accommodation in countryside (tent)
– land transportation within country (Japanese or Russian minivan) and fuel cost
– guide service (English speaking)
– all costs of sightseeing in countryside
– entrance tickets for National Parks and Government charges
– horse or camel hire where specified
– support staff including horse/camel men and camp assistants
– airport or train station pick up and drop off services
– domestic flights

Prices not included:

– international transportation
– travel insurance, visas, departure tax
– alcoholic drinks, gratuities, items of a personal nature
– tips for staffs

Prices not included:

– international transportation
– travel insurance, visas, departure tax
– alcoholic drinks, gratuities, items of a personal nature
– tips for staffs
– food service
– city tour of Ulaanbaatar

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