Cycle through the Mongolian wilderness - nomadic ger camps, steppes and forests
A mysterious presence in the heart of Central Aisa, Mongolia is a traditional country and tourists remain an unusual sight.
Here, you’ll find nomads wandering the grasslands, living in white gers – or tents, and feeding their horses on lush pasture.
Spend 16 days cycling on great trails through open steppe onto expansive mountain landscape, and then finally through larch and pine forests. You and your group will camp under wide Mongolian skies each night. This is truly an intrepid cycling tour.
After arriving in Ulaan Baatar, you’ll head out to Erdenent and Tal Tolgoi. You’re in the saddle 50 kilometres each day (on average) and the trip is rated moderate by the operator. Some of the magnificent stops along the way include the pass at Chuluutiin Davaa, a descending bridge over the Altaan River, the steep pass of Tuluugiin, Mt. Khairkhan, Khairkhan Lake, and more.
And lest you think this is all cycling all the time, you’ll also have the chance to explore Sukhbaatar Square, Gandan Monastery, enjoy a performance by the Tumen Ekh Troupe, the gardens at Tsetserleg, and the Erdene Zuu Monastery.
Enquire today to save your spot on this Cycling in Mongolia adventure.