Khorgo extinct volcanoe
Khorgo volcano's peak is nearly 2210m above sea level, has a crater, 200m in diameter and around 70-80m deep. The last eruption occurred in approximately 8,000 years ago. Near the crater of the Khorgo volcano there are dozens of small caverns with stalactites hanging from the ceiling and walls. Also, Khorgo zone include about 33 extinct volcanoes such as right and left Gichgene, Uvliin togoo, Tsagaan Uul, Zalaa tolgoi, Mandlyn togoo, Shavryn Tsalam, Suman, Gichgene and Chuluu rivers winds through the Khorgo zone makes a a fascinating combination of geology and mystical landscape. Khorgo dormant volcano, Terkhiin Tsagaan River and Khuduu River have been protected as a National Park since 1995. This unique scenic places are surrounded by beautiful mountains of Altad, Choidog Falls at the southern side of Murun, Chuluut River which flows amidst steep rock cliffs, Suman River, Suvraga Khairkhan of Tsenkher Sum which has a crystal, blue spring lake in its frontside, Suvraga Khairkhan with its refreshing aroma of juniper, Khukh Lake which is found on top of the mountain in Ikhtamir Sum, astonishingly beautiful Gurvan Tamir Wooded Valley, Senjit Cliff, Ikhtamir Sum's Uran Mandal and Noyon Khangai mountains, Khuslent Cliff, Bichigt Khangai, Sant Buluu Tsagaan, Duvkhun, Telee, Mankhan Erdene, Bulgan, Khairkhan.