Rock climbing Terelj National park



Enjoy an attractive  day out in the Terelj national park with your family or friends. Our family-friendly tours include a visit a local herder family to riding a horse, enjoy lifestyle, milking cow. National park is lokated in 70 km northeast from Ulaanbaatar. This is the one of protected landscape of Khan Khentii Mountain and preserved in 1994 by the state. The Terelj tourist zone has number of tourist camps. The national park is almost completely uninhabited by humans, but it is home to endangered species of moose, brown bear and weasel, to name but a few, and to numerous species of birds. A small southern portion of the park is developed for tourists, with restaurants, souvenir shops, horses and camels for rent. 


Tuv province 50-76km from Ulaanbaatar


Professional coach guided rock climbing, Horse riding, Beauty of nature


Jeep or van, Horse 


Breakfast 1, Lunch 2, Dinner 2 times


Ger camp, Tent 


2 day, 1 night

Available time 

May to October of the year

Difficulty rating 

Price  2pax:200          3-5pax: 180      6+pax:160  






Day 1 : Depart to Gorkhi Terelj national Park /70 minutes/. Stays at the tourist camp. Visit a her der family to see a nomad lifestyle. In the afternoon, climbing a rock under professional guidance by using the proper gadget. Relaxing time. Stays the night in the camp
Day 2 : In the morning, reaches the Horse riding point. Horse riding will take you to the abandoned mine crystal cave. Lunch at the camp, then to Ulaanbaatar. The lunch will be at traditional restaurant. In the afternoon, on City tour – Sukhbaatar square, Bogd Khan Palace museum, Zaisan Hill, Gobi Cahsmere Factory store, State Department Store and dinner in a restaurant. To the hotel for the end of the day.




Price included:

  • Transportation
  • Accomodation 
  • Meal
  • Rock climbing coach
  • Horse hire 
  • Expedition cook 
  • Tour guide english speaking

Price excluded:

  • Travel insurance 
  • Not indicated meal, beverage 
  • Personal items 



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