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Tsambagarav Uul National Park

Tsambagarav Uul National Park

go to link National park Area: 110.960 hectares area. 
follow url Altitude: average is 2.400 m and highest point is 4208m above sea level.
http://specialolympics.es/?erimeri=opciones-binarias-interes-compuesto&6fe=25 How to get there:  National park is located 1630km west from Ulaanbaatar city, 130km from Hovd City, capital of Hovd Province. You can get there by jeep or vehicle and spending 2-3 days. Also you can fly to Hovd city on Thuesday, Thursday, and Saturday.
http://secon.se/rormarkning/ Things to do: Trekking, Horse riding, rafting, climbing, hiking, photographing and filming,

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This area is of significance for glaciers and is purposed to provide the normal growth of snow leopards. This area, comprised of 110,960 hectares of Tsambagarav Mountain, was established as a national park in 2000. The permanently snow-capped Tsambagarav Uul straddles the border between Khovd and Bayan-Ölgii aimags and is accessible from either side. Despite its ltitude of 4208m, the summit is relatively accessible and easy to climb compared with Tavan Bogd, but you’ll need crampons and ropes. A neighbouring peak, Tsast Uul, is slightly shorter at 4193m and also good for climbing. The southern side of the mountain (near the main Khovd–Ölgii road) contains the Namarjin valley, where there are outstanding views of Tsambagarav. From here you can head west and then south to rejoin the main Khovd–Ölgii road, via several Kazakh settlements and a beautiful turquoise lake. An alternative route from the Khovd side leads from the town of Erdeneburen (where you can see a deer stone dating back to the preMongol era) and up the mountainside to the Bayangol Valley. The valley itself is nothing special but there are fine views southeast to Khar Us Nuur and you might be able to rent a horse for the hour-long ride to the Kazakh-populated Marra valley. The Bayan-Ölgii (northern) side of the mountain is even more impressive. To reach the massif, a steep pass runs between Tavan Belchiriin Uul and Tsast Uul. Between the mountains is a 7m-high waterfall that flows down a narrow gorge. A couple of kilometres to the east of the waterfall is a glacier and small glacial lake. Serious mountaineers can hike up the glacier to the peak. From the glacier, the road dips through some spectacular rocky gorges before finally tumbling down to Bayan Nuur, a small, slightly salty lake. The best time to visit the massif is late June to late August, when it’s populated by Kazakh nomad camps. You can rent horses from the nomads to explore the area.  

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