Baga gazryn chuluu

Baga Gazryn Chuluu – “Stone of Small Terrain” located in Adaatsag soum of Dundgobi province, is a place where beautifully shaped massive granite stones lay in about 15 km long and 10 km wide zone. The massifs feature a 20 m long cave, 17th century stone temple ruin, life size paintings of deer on a granite stone, and a yurt shaped stone called “Ger chuluu”.

The cave is located near to the Surtiin Am (Surt Valley). Natural crystals can be found around the cave. There is also a narrow canyon with asp, birch, white wicker and elm trees, and a spring good for eye health. Argali wild sheep, Ibex and marmot inhabits the Baga Gazryn Chuluu. Archaeologists have discovered 30 sites of Bronze and Early Iron Age, 32 sites of Xiongnu burial, 3 sites of Turkish period, and 13 sites of Mongolian period burial around the place.