In 2013, former U.S. National Park Ranger Robert “Mac” McIntosh was volunteering with the Mongol Ecology Center assisting managers at Lake Hovsgol National Park near the Russian border with Mongolia. As they reviewed planning documents with the parks chief ranger Enkhtaivan a call came in – … Read More
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The Khar Us Lake National Park is located in western Mongolia in Great Lakes Depression. The park was established in June 1997. It covers an area of 850,000 ha in the Great Lakes Basin in Western Mongolia, forming part of the Altay-Sayan region, a WWF ecoregion.
The Munkh-Khairkhan is the largest mountain range from side ranges of Mongolian Altai. The Munkh-Khairkhan situated in the south part of the Altai, separated from main Mongolian Altai range by the river Bulgan-Gol. Here is the second highest Mongolia's peak - the Munkh-Khairkhan (4362 m height). Glaciers cover a large area and feed a lot of rivers of the river Bulgan-Gol basin.