Explore the dramatic landscapes of Mongolia, featuring spectacular and unspoilt snow-covered mountains, and vast green grassy steppes that are blanked with wildflowers and scattered with nomadic communities. Visit between December and February for prime skiing conditions, and between June and September for climbing and hiking.
Sandwiched between China to the south and Russia to the north, the land-locked nation of Mongolia is the most sparsely populated state in the world. With just 3 million inhabitants, the country is mostly populated by great grassy steppes, the vast Gobi Desert, and rugged mountains. Its natural beauty forms the ideal playground for experiencing, whether it’s skiing in the wilderness or trekking through its high valleys.
The climate of Mongolia is hot in the summer months and extremely cold during winter months. With over 250 sunny days per year, the county’s nickname is the Land of the Eternal Blue Sky.
Visit in the winter months between December and February for prime skiing conditions. And visit between June and September for climbing and hiking.
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