Confluence of the Selenge and Orkhon Rivers

The Selenge and Orkhon rivers join in northern Mongolia
A view of the joined river, on the edge of Russia with a local train passing through

Selenge murun and Orkhon gol (the Selenge and Orkhon rivers).The rivers join up a few kilometres from the border then flow into Russia, into Siberia. The countryside around this area is quite superb – mountains, rolling hills, forests and open areas all combine to form a spectacular piece of countryside.

We were fortunate to be able to get so close to the border, thank you for organising that Puujee.

One thought on “Confluence of the Selenge and Orkhon Rivers

  1. John Garvey 30 November 1999 / 8:00 am

    There is trout in that river Thomo. Trout. Green with envy, John PS: WTJ fleet turned up. Shipyard in Canberra now.

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