The second highest mountain range of Mongolia
Changai (with the highest point Otgon Tenger Uul, 4031 m) is a mountain range in western Mongolia located about 400 kilometers west of Ulaanbaatar. Together with the ridge of the Eastern Sayan Mountains and the Mongolian Altai, it is one of the three highest mountains in the country. The massif rises from the Mongolian Highlands and descends to the northeast through the valley of the river Ider to the vast valley of the river Selenga. To the east and southeast it connects to the Gobi Desert. One of the most beautiful Mongolian rivers, the Orchon, springs in the Changai massif.
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