Khuvsgul lake is Mongolia's deepest and second largest largest lake. Lake Khuvsgul is 136 km long, water beneath 100 meters & 36 km wide, 262 meters deep and is located at an altitude of 1645 m above sea level. The outflow from Khuvsgul Lake drains into the Eg River, which flows then through Selenge River and finally reaches Lake Baikal in Siberia for 110 kms Khuvsgul Lake lies as the Blue Pearl of Mongolia within boundaries of the Khuvsgul National Park among beautiful forested mountains with millions of evergreen trees, lofty mountain peaks, trout filled streams and lakes, and dense pine forests, meadows blanketed with flowers and air filled with songs of different birds. Untouched by industry and modern urban life, the Huvsgul Lake’s water is unbelievably clean. It contains two percent of world's fresh water resources. This is a place in Mongolia where you can get sense of total unspoiled wilderness. The area is paradise for outdoor travelers and there are plenty of room for activities like hiking, birding, fishing, horseback travel and kayaking.