MOUNT KHUITEN CLIMB MONGOLIA

14 day completely upheld climbing visit. Summit the most astounding top of Mongolia at 4374m. Most extreme acclimatization and elbowroom time. Quality open air and climbing gear is given. Most dates will be driven by Gangaamaa Badamgarav, the first Mongolian lady to summit Mt.Everest. Mongolia’s western outskirts with Russia and China are protected by the snow topped tops of the Altai Tavan Bogd mountain range, most elevated in the nation. Its most astounding and most fascinating tops are Khuiten, Nairamdal, Malchin, Snowchurch and Ulgii. The longest icy mass of Mongolia, the Potanin ice sheet extends for 19km from the eastern face of Mt. Khuiten. On the summit day, when on the highest point of Khuiten, you will have the capacity to look into Russia and China. The neighborhood Tuvan herders going about as your camel troop handlers and as watchmen will make a remarkable organization and impart their way of life and conventions to you. Visit DATES FOR 2015: • 19 June – 2 July • 3 July – 16 July • 24 July – 6 Aug • 7 Aug – 20 Aug DAY BY DAY ITINERARY: Day 1: Arrival in Ulaanbaatar, guided city visit Arrival in Ulaanbaatar (UB), the capital of Mongolia and exchange to a midway found 4 star inn. Evening guided city visit will acquaint you with the highlights of the city: the Gandan Temple – city’s primary Buddhist focus, the focal city square with a fabulous statue of Genghis Khan and the Zaisan Memorial, a hoisted slope on the city’s edge giving an all encompassing perspective of UB. At that point decide to visit maybe a couple historical centers from the accompanying: Museum of National History presenting Mongolia’s history from ahead of schedule people to cutting edge period, Natural History Museum with an one of a kind accumulation of dinosaur fossils, Choijin Lama or State Oracle Residence-exhibition hall showing best specimens of Buddhist work of art and religious covers. The Winter royal residence of Bogd Khan showcasing uncommon statues of Buddhist divinities and things of individual utilization of this last religious leader of Mongolia is likewise worth considering. A show of customary music, throat singing and reshaping at 6PM will be trailed by an appreciated supper. (inn/D) Day 2: Flight to Bayan-Ulgy, the Muslim territory of Mongolia Early toward the beginning of today take a 3 hour flight to Ulgy town in Western Mongolia. The Kazakhs living in the region are the biggest national minority and practice Sunni Islam. Various other ethnic gatherings likewise dwell in the area in the district. Upon entry meet with a bolster group of driver(s), cook(s) and an aide and travel westbound to Tavan Bogd national park. Toward the end of a 3 hours traverse uneven desert we camp in the valley of Sogoot waterway. By and large waterways in Mongolia are little and shallow sometimes going away yet amid the stormy season they quickly rise and now and again burst their banks. Upon landing we erect our tented camp. It is ensured that inquisitive local people on stallion or foot will show up out of the blue to welcome you. Supper and overnight in tented camp. (tent/B,L,D) Day 3: Drive to the Tavan Bogd Peaks’ passage Travel advance west and by right on time evening achieve the White stream valley, the entryway to the Tavan Bogd tops. The valley is commanded by the consecrated Shiveet mountain, around which lie several old entombment hills and rock carvings that speak to specialty of the Bronze age and the Neolith. On the way we attempt to visit a Kazakh family, male individuals from which rehearse falconry. They utilize Golden Eagles for chasing foxes, rabbits and other little creatures. (tent/B,L,D) Day 4: Hike to Tavan Bogd base camp Today we trek to base camp of the Tavan Bogd. This continuous rising takes us through a high mountain territory of rock outcroppings and of wetlands. With a touch of fortunes you will see a percentage of the natural life that occupy the territory including marmots, rabbits and various fledglings such us Golden Eagles, Black Vultures and Falcons. Our whole gear will be transported by camels took care of by Tuvan herders. After finishing 66%’s of the path there open glorious viewpoints of Potanin and Alexander ice sheets with the cold tops of Khuiten (4374m), Nairamdal (4082m), Snowchurch (4071m), Malchin (4050m), and Ulgii (4113m) on their far side. Tonight we camp at 2900m. (tent/B,L,D) Day 5: Optional acclimatization climb of the Malchin crest The 4051m Malchin is the most reduced of the tops. We trek along the Potanin ice sheet moraine for 60 minutes and begin hopping on the scree of Malchin. Its ridgeline covers with the fringe of Mongolia and Russia and gives a staggering elevated perspective of the Potanin icy mass, glaciated crests and Russia. Over toward the west, climate allowing, you will see the massif of Mt.Belukha (4500m) lying in Russia. That is indisputably the highest point of Altai mountain range. Back in camp we remunerate ourselves with a wonderful feast. Those staying behind can unwind in the camp and take the supposed Russian outskirt walk, a simple get on to a neighboring edge that permits a look into the region of Russia. (tent/B,L,D) Day 6-9: Khuiten climb Our test for the accompanying 4 days (counting one space day) is the Khuiten crest. To achieve its base we have to cross the Potanin icy mass, which lies in the middle. A propelled base camp will be set up underneath the eastern face of Khuiten. Various precipices is to be navigated before coming to the Khuiten’s foothill. The real climb, albeit actually direct takes 4 hours. From the summit there opens a gigantic fowl eye see over China, Russia and the neighboring snowcapped edges and snow fields. Climate allowing we ought to be back to the base camp at night of the eighth day. In such case you can utilize the next day either for rest or for discretionary social exercises upon come back to the White waterway valley. (tent/B,L,D) Day 10: Return climb to White River Today we trek back to our camp in the White River valley. This time it is a slow plunge along the White stream which takes its source from the Potanin icy mass. It is an opportunity to look into each and every valley of the frosty massif and witness how the beginning stream of cold dust changes into the powerful White waterway. Back to our vehicles we commend our climb with a delicacy of Kazakh food – “besbarmak”. Actually signifying “five fingers” this is a tasty grouping of stewed meat, vegetables and flour eaten with hands. (B,L,D). Day 11: Return exchange to Ulgy, overnight in gers We say “farewell” to our Tuvan companions and take a 7 hour drive back to Ulgy. This evening is your opportunity to rest in a Kazakh yurt. Hot shower and chilly brews will highlight the day. (ger/B,L,D) Day 12: Return flight to Ulaanbaatar today we get an arrival flight to Ulaanbaatar. On landing, exchange to your lodging. Free evening for shopping and else. Goodbye supper. (inn/B,D) Day 13: Leisure day in Ulaanbaatar This is an extra day to spend for shopping and self-investigation. You may allude to our suggestions with a specific end goal to make most out of it. (inn/B) Day 14: Departure Transfer to air terminal for your arrival flight h