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Khangai Mountains

Listed under Natural World in Mongolia.

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This mountain range in central Mongolia rises to above 3500m via stretches of alpine meadow, forests, broad elevated plateaus and glacial valleys. It’s a verdant region channelling much of Mongolia’s rainfall.

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