Length: 25 mi (40.2 km)
Total: 1 riders
Mountain Biking Nuuts Tovchoo Amaralt
#33 of 70 mountain bike trails in Mongolia
There is the main singletrack trail that heads SSW up the mountain from the lodge generally following a drainage. There are also lots of other fun, loosely connected singletrack and two track in the forest and on the grassy slopes. These have been formed by cattle and jeeps. Great place to explore.
These trails are located on the far north end of a small mountain range on the west side of the highway. In this north end there is a good 25 miles of trails and two track. There is also some fun no track riding to be found on the grassy slopes and big ridges.
This north end/area of this range is bounded on its southern most extent by the road to Dugan Khad Camp. This dirt road begins 11km to the south on the road to Darkhan (closer to the turn to Bornuur). The entire mountain range is approximately 700-750 sq mi (~1900 sq km). Geologically, it is actually an extreme SW extension of the Hentii Mountain region.
First added by mongwolf on Mar 30, 2016. Last updated Apr 23, 2020. → add an update
Before you go
- Drinking water: unknown
- Lift service: unknown
- Night riding: yes
- Pump track: unknown
- Restrooms: unknown
- Fat bike grooming: yes
- E-bikes allowed: unknown
- Fee required: unknown
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From the turn to Bornuur on the main road to Darkhan, keep heading north towards Darkhan about 14km. Go past kilometer marker 110 a little ways and then turn left (west) onto a dirt road. Follow this road SW towards the mountain for 5km until you reach the large wooden lodge of Nuuts Tovchoo Amarlt (Secret History Camp). Park in the small parking area. The main trail is directly behind the parking lot and heads up the mountain.
There is a mix of riding here mostly on singletrack and old two track. There are some big ridges to ride down too which have no trail. The camp itself is beautiful (see photos), and the food is good. The rooms are very nice (charming). Dugan Khad Camp on the south side of the region is not quite as nice but is cheaper. It is a good choice for a stay also.Thank |