Zavkhan province Western MongoliaJanuary 23, 2022
In Zavkhan the wild wakes up. One of the controllers and meagerly populated regions in Mongolia, Zavkhan is a place where there is rough yet delightful scenes, rich societies, and a portion of the world’s incredible wild territories. Zavkhan is viewed as one of the unseen territory in Mongolia for outsiders, situated in the western piece of Mongolia, borders with Russia in the north. Greatness Otgontenger hallowed mountain and Zavkhan’s proudest image is found 72km east of Uliastai, a commonplace capital.
The mountain has a gigantic stone face on its southern side – is one of the three most hallowed mountains, after Burkhan Khaldun in Khentii and Bogd Khaan in Ulaanbaatar. Otgontenger is the Hangai’s most noteworthy and furthermore the lone top in the reach with a lasting glacial mass on the top. In view of its sacrosanct nature, ascending the mountain isn’t energized and it is the hardest assignment for the mountain dwellers. Set up in 1992 to secure its delicate biological system, Otgontenger Uul Strictly Protected region obliges uncommon plants, junipers, and argali, ibex, red deer, musk deer and jeopardized snow panthers.
Settled along the banks of the Bogd River, Uliastai is an alluring town of 20 000 with a very much spread out focal territories, its roads fixed with trees planted by Chinese in old time. Encircled by higher slopes and got to up a thin stream valley, Uliastai was a deliberately imperative to the Qing tradition. The town was filled in as designated spot to watch out for the wild eastern Mongolian clans.
The region is renowned for its lovely ponders, Otgon, Telmen, Khar, and Kholboo lakes, sand hills, Solongtiin and Zagastain mountain passes and verifiable locales. Ider, Tes, Zavkhan and Khun streams are wealthy in gem water and fish. The longest stream is Zavkhan, its length being 808 km. The enormous Mongol and Bor Khar sand ridges are a situated in the area of Zavkhan. In the woodland bear, deer, hog, musk deer, might be experienced; wild sheep, ibex, lynx, and impala in mountains; and dark followed eland in the steppe.