Mongolia is an ideal hiking & trekking destination for those who want to get away from city life and enjoy wilderness. Hiking through thick pine forests, crossing high mountain passes, hopping over streams and boulders are all only small parts any trekking or hiking tour in Mongolia. Our treks & hikes will be supported by a local team, and all equipment and luggage will be carried by pack animals throughout the tour.
The best hiking destinations in Mongolia are crystal clear Khuvsgul lake, The Eight Lakes Nature Reserve, and Kharkhira-Turgen Mountains, an untouched heaven of big lakes, high mountains and fast rivers.
The waters of Lake Khuvsgul are crystal clear that you can see the stones beneath the water. The area around the lake is a national park bigger than Yellowstone and is surrounded by high mountains reaching some 3000 meters (over 9800 feet) above sea level. It is a hiking destination for adventure seekers as it goes through wild areas of the remote taiga region and is not frequented by common visitors.
The Eight Lakes Nature Reserve is for those who love hiking with enough leisure time to relax in a splendid scenery. It lies high in the Khangai Mountains, Mongolia’s second largest mountain range. Barely accessible to vehicles, the nature reserve is being kept in a pristine condition. Important decoration to it is the nomadic families living peacefully with their livestock grazing in the reserve.
These snow-capped mountains are in Western Mongolia and home to unique ethnic minorities and wildlife. Hiking in this remote region will take you to the true wilderness only few have experienced. It’s one of the very few places in the world where the Snow Lotus (Saussurea involucrate) can be seen at full bloom.
If you are on a non-hiking tour and still want to add hiking trails to your itinerary, just let us know and we will happily weave the most exciting hiking trails to your tour. Join us for your once-in-lifetime hiking, trekking and camping adventure tour through some Mongolia's remotest and least known natural gems.
Trekking the Eight Lakes on 24th June, 2021
The Eight Lakes Nature Reserve lies high in the Khangai Mountains, Mongolia’s second largest mountain range....