A Fatbike Adventure Tour through Tavn Bogd National Park, Mongolia
If you are one of those people who likes to take advantage of the energy which mother nature has provided for humankind in remote places of the planet, one of those people who regularly takes yourself to those places in your imagination, adventuring out into the vast spaces and snow capped mountains of Western Mongolia is a must for your traveller’s soul.
Many people ask why Fatbikes instead of normal Mountain bikes. The answer is simple. Fatbikes take you places you’ve never biked before, places which you wouldn’t be able to get to or terrain you wouldn’t be able to cross on a normal mountain bike. People ask if they are heavy and slow. They are neither.
We have two places open on our September Fatbike/Eagle Festival trip. Get in touch to find out about the special discount.
1st July – 14 July
16th July – 30th July
Sept. Eagle Festival dates to be confirmed
ALTAI FATBIKE EXPEDITION + NAADAM
June 30th – July 14th, 2018
Ride a fatbike for 11 days through Tavan Bogd National Park. Mountains, glaciers, open steppe, river crossings, glacial lakes, forests, nomads, no tarmac roads. Fatbikes will take you safely and comfortably through mud, across rivers, up and down mountains and acrosse the steppes on this van-supported adventure through wild and untrodden countryside. Camp in the wild next to glacial lakes under vast Mongolian skies and stay in gers next to an eagle hunter for 2 days experiencing first-hand the nomadic way of life and finish the trip watching Mongolian wrestling, horse racing and archery at the Bayan-Olgii Naadam.
July 15th – July 29th, 2018
Same itinerary as above but we will be participating in a mini-Naadam and a wedding or two along the way instead of going to the Olgii Nadaam.
ALTAI FATBIKE EXPEDITION
INCLUDING EAGLE FESTIVAL
Sept. 4th – Sept. 18th, 2018
Ride a fatbike for 11 days through Tavan Bogd National Park. Mountains, glaciers, open steppe, river crossings, glacial lakes, forests, no tarmac roads. The trip is fully supported by vans and camels for two days where the vans can´t go. Camp in the wild next to glacial lakes under vast Mongolian skies, fish in the lakes and end the adventure staying for 2 days in gers next to an eagle hunter competing at the Golden Eagle Festival in Sagsai where you will also see men, women and children competing in archery competitions.
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