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Hiking trip through Ancient Glaciers and Petroglyphic Complexes of the Mongolian Altaï – Bulgan and Ahamkara

“Altaï mountains are one of the best walks in Mongolia and even one of the best in the entire world”. Traveling through this spectacular landscape gives you the opportunity to interact with local nomadic families and experience their unique a culture that has been preserved in this remarkable and isolated part of the world.  This trip will bring you to the magnificent Altai Tavan Bogd National  Park. This region is home to snow-capped mountains, glacial valleys, forests, rivers, petroglyph sites, and lakes,  where they create a majestic setting.     Altai Tavan Bogd  (Holy Five Peaks)  The name “Altai” means “Golden Mountain’ in Mongolian. It is one of  the last untouched wildernesses on  Earth. This large mountain system is  located in the extreme southwest of  Mongolia has borders with  China and Russia. Altai Tavan Bogd  (Holy Five Peaks) has five high    peaks, the highest peak at 4374  meters, that are connected with  each other by three large glaciers.  The largest glacier is the Potanin   Glacier, which is 17 km long. The Biluut Petroglyph Complex  Between the high peaks of the Mongolian Altai, you can  find the Ancient Glaciers and Petroglyph sites. These unique rock paintings are inscribed  on the UNESCO world heritage list. There

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Mongolia’s mystical Tsaatan: Spirit of the Reindeer Herders

August 15-29, 2020: Together with Indigenous Shaman Bulgan Windhorse you will travel through the Northern Mongolian Siberian Forest ‘Taiga’. During this trip, you will visit the reindeer family, meet with a Tsaatan shaman, ride horses, reindeers, do long distance hiking and experience shamanic meditations. You will experience the Mongolian traditional dwelling by sleeping in tents and “Ger” (Yurt).

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