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| Located in the Gurvan Saikhan National Park near Dalanzadgad, Mongolia, Dalanzadgad, Mongolia
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All reviews yol valley gobi small stream an hour beautiful valley horse riding nice walk parking lot amazing place rock climbing wild animals ice glacier bird life small area natural beauty great place for hiking flat terrain
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Yol valley in Mongolia is quite beautiful tucked between rough craggy mountain gorges on both sides. You can walk amid small streams and enjoy your walk as you meet yaks and lazy horses grazing on your way along. If you are lucky you can...More

Thank CristinaSoares63
Reviewed August 22, 2018

Great Valley, walk and spend the night nearby... Even it's possible to see ice, because sun does not enter to the thin Canyon ! It worth a visit

Thank HaimDorinPrivado
Reviewed August 17, 2018 via mobile

Part of my tour of the Gobi Desert was a visit to this area, also known as the Vultures Mouth. It boats a cool, refreshing canyon/creek environment, with about half the journey on horseback and the other half on foot. Also lots of intriguing wildlife....More

Thank TravelAngler725
Reviewed July 14, 2018

We stayed at Yol valley-Herdsmen Household Cooperative which was the best get camp we stayed at, not in terms of facilities but in terms of quaintness and service. The area is lovely and well worth a visit. Great to see ice that has survived from...More

Thank Sarah S
Reviewed July 10, 2018

Stopped for a short walk here. There is a small museum with some information on wildlife at the gate. The walk is short, only around an hour total, the area is nice although very cold compared to rest of Gobi area. Horseriding is available although...More

Thank Jo_Aberdeen_UK
Reviewed June 25, 2018 via mobile

Went on a cooling weather and enjoyed a nice walk down the valley. It came as a pleasant especially after the gobi desert. There’s a running river and some wild animals around. We were still able to discover a small area that had ice. It’s...More

Thank LooneyStar
Reviewed June 9, 2018

We arrived at the Yol Valley in time to see the end of the Yak Festival and then, as we hiked, we also passed nomads on horseback and on motorcycles. The kids loved saying "hi" to us in English! There were huge vultures soaring around...More

Thank HappyDesigner
Reviewed May 5, 2018

If would like to visit there you should spend two days. You are explore amazing nature and enjoy vultures and eagle other birds and small streams

Thank Mungutorchlontour
Reviewed April 25, 2018

The Mongolians that we were with refer to it as Yol Valley, it is wonderful for hiking . We choose to ride into the valley, hike and then walk out. Take water and make sure you have good walking shoes. The scenery is quite dramatic...More

Thank 118val
Reviewed October 15, 2017

Spot the eagle's nest! Hear the tales about the snow leopard nest. This valley is great for a relaxing walk. Ask your driver to pick you up at the other site. When water is high, you may have to do long jumps over the stream,...More

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It's over 500km to the south. Why TA lists it as an "attraction in Ulaanbatar" escapes me. Nearest town is Dalandzadgad, in the Gobi desert. As it turned out, we DID drive from UB, because our flight was cancelled (they dug... More