Mongolia is a biker’s dream. To begin with, only 10% of the country is paved. To add to that, it is one of the least heavily populated countries on the planet. To add to the tale, the land is too, which means you can ride and camp pretty much anywhere you want.
The majority of our route, with the exception of going through some reasonably difficult passes, is made up of rolling, grassy terrain.
The majority of our days will be split into two parts: driving and cycling. Given Mongolia’s vast territory and weak infrastructure, getting from one place to another is a major undertaking. In addition to cycling, we ensure that our travelers see, visit, taste, experience, and share as much as possible in order for them to get the most out of Mongolia.
Our itinerary has been carefully planned to allow you to see beautiful diverse landscapes and scenes, as well as the different lifestyles of Mongolian people, including nomads and locals in small villages.
We’ll be traversing a variety of terrain, including high mountain passes, river crossings, and so on…
Don’t be scared off, though. We’ll have a lot of support. Members of the team will ride ahead of the cyclists to ensure that the first arrivals have all they need and are well cared for.
Follow the hidden trails of Gorkhi-Terelj National Park on mountain bike and reach the historical Gunjiin Sum Ruin located in Khentii Mountains.
Cycle to Mongolia’s vast grassland in Khangai Mountain region. Home to last remaining nomads on earth. Mongolia is never short of surprises when it comes to nature. Discover massive sand dunes in middle of grassland and observe wild horses, Takhi roaming free in wild.
Experience the highlights of Central Mongolia and Gobi Desert on this extreme cycling tour. Experience the dramatically changing landscapes and hospitable nomadic tradition. Cycle through the mysterious Gobi desert. Gobi desert will not disspoint you with its various landscapes and sceneries. Specatcular sand dune, ice valleys and many more…
The Khangai Mountain region is considered amongst the most beautiful parts of the country thanks to its rugged mountains, swathes of forest and crystal clear streams. Visit the famous Erdene Zuu monastery and admire the history of the ancient capital Karakorum.
Khovsgol Lake region is a part of Siberian Taiga forest with altitude of 3000 m above sea level. This is a home of several crystal rivers, mountain passes and rural villages. Take your cycling to next level – to the most remote and inaccessible area of the Darhad Valley even by Mongolian standard.