Lake Hovsgol was amazing. This was the highlight of our stay in Mongolia and a great way to end things. Although the drive out is not for the faint-hearted, it is a beautiful national park with great hiking. We saw some ancient Deer Stones near the town of Mörön which were 3,000 years old. We also met with a family of reindeer herders, though that's gotta be a tough life.
As this was an extension to the National Geographic tour we were on, it was just a few of us, which made for a relaxed pace. There were notably fewer lawyers, but way more mosquitoes.
Life is always a trade-off.
And here are some photos of people from around the country.