"Paddling in Mongolia? Is this at all possible? I thought it would be all desert and steppe?
" Again and again we hear this question from surprised people we talk to. So let us assure you right from the start: Of course, it's possible. And even more so: It's not only possible, it's terrific. Especially Mongolia's North and West both have, as we strongly believe, some of the world's most beautiful canoeing rivers. Conditions range from very easy on almost standing water to full-fledged and challenging whitewater. And all these rivers have to date been left in their natural states. No dams, no power plants, no straightening, channeling or other modifications in the meandering and ramified river courses. A paddler's dream indeed – although yet still an insider's tipp, as every year only very few people put up with the difficult logistics of a river-journey in this remote country with its short paddling season. Those who do though are being rewarded with fantastic canoeing or kayaking in dramatic landscapes ranging from treeless high mountain steppe to dense Taiga.