Baga Gazryn Chuluu
Baga Gazryn Chuluu, a 15km long and 10km wide impressive square area of granite stone mountain formations, located in the steppe of Delgertsogt sum of Dundgovi aimag, about 230km south of Ulaanbaatar. The highest peak is Takhilgiin khavtsal Mountain, which is 1,768m above sea level. Remarkably, view of the granite mountains gives the impression that it was created by human hands. Also, the Baga Gazryn Chuluu landscape includes attractive sites such Jargalant cave, Sudut valley, Eye spring, Ger stone (ancient petroglyph relating to the Mongolia early Bronze Age), which draw attentions of many tourists.