Orkhon Falls or ”Orkhonii Khürkhree”, white waves flowing on the black stone, transformed in rainbow by sunrays. These 16-metres (52,5 feet) high and 5-metres (16 feet) wide waterfalls are just magic!
Orkhon waterfalls formed 20.000 years ago after a unique combination of earthquakes and volcanic eruptions. In the heart of summer, their flow is very important, but they can dry up during spring. It’s the Ulaan Tsutgalaan River, ”Red Confluence”, which forms these falls by flowing into the Orkhon River.
From the camp of the families living in the surroundings, they can be an ideal hike along the river or a ride among the steppes.