We will give you a brief description of the Khukh Serkh Mountain Range, one of Mongolia’s nature reserves. It was included in the nature reserves in 1977 to protect the natural beauty, argali sheep and ibex resources, and to ensure sustainable growth. The Khukh Serkh Mountain Range spans 75,749 hectares.
The Khukh Serkh Mountain Range is located between Khovd and Bayan-Ulgii provinces, 50 kilometers southeast of Gurvan Tsast Mountain. Takhilt Mountain, at 4019 meters, is the highest point. The Khukh Serkh mountain range, Deluun mountain range, Takhilt mountain range, Nutsgen brown mountain, Burged mountain, Ar Teregt and Uvur Teregt are all high rocky mountains with glacial ridges, ravines, deep gorges, and valleys. Many rivers and creeks. The waters that feed the Buyant River come from Khukh Serkh Mountain, and there is a well-known spring called Khara Jarykh Tas. Argali sheep, ibex, leopard, snow leopard, bearded vulture, and snowcock live in this mountain range.