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Walk Mongolia with Ash Dykes

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Our latest expedition explores the rugged taiga landscape west of the blue pearl of Mongolia Lake Khovsgol the largest and deepest lake in the Central Asian region. As one of the worldsancient lakes, Lake Khovsgol is of significant scientific importance as well as being one of the worlds purest water sources.This 12 day 120km trek covers a region that is without doubt one of the most beautiful parts of Mongolia. Our route explores the western shore of the lake and the surrounding area magnificentviews and great hiking. The province of Khovsgol west of the Khoridol Saridag mountains is the cultural landscape of the Dukha reindeer people who will extend massive hospitality should we meet them. Trekking through forests and meadows, we will move through the home of wild sheep, ibex, bear, moose, and countless species of birds. We will be accompanied by professional guides and pack horses to carry our luggage and equipment.Young Adventurer of the Year 2015 nominee Ash Dykes became the first person to walk solo and unsupported across the width of Mongolia during the summer 2014. This is an incredible opportunity to explore one of the most stunningly beautiful and exciting corners of the world with a world class adventurer as your guide.2nd 15th August 2015Price is 2000 per personPrice includes: Domestic flights, airport transfers, all land transports involved in the itinerary, 2 nights hotel in UB, tent hire for the expedition, all meals in the countryside.Price excludes: International flights, travel insurance (mandatory), Mongolian visa fee (if required), any equipment you might require for the trek, tips for trek staff and drivers, food in Ulaanbaatar, miscellaneous expenses beer, souvenirs etc.

To join please email info@walkmongolia.com for a pre-sign up questionnaire.We are particularly keen to hear from members of the Explorers Connect community so please mention Explorers Connect in your questionnaire.Mongolia Expedition Services reserves the right to refuse sign-up to candidates that it feels would be unfit or unsuitable for this trek