Location: N45°53'00.0 E107°10'00.0 Gobi-Ugtaal and Bayanjargalan, soums of Dundgobi province.
Distance: 280 km south from Ulaanbaatar city, 75 km east from Mandalgobi town.
Altitude: 1706 m above sea-level.
The 2 mountains with granite stone massifs and taluses located in Mongolian granite stone zone, Dundgobi province are Ikh and Baga Gazriin Stones. Ikh Gazriin Stone covers more than 20 km long area consisting of north and south parts. The highest point in the north part is Yurlug Mountain (1706 m) while the highest in south part is Khairkhan Mountain (1566 m). Granite stones of the mountains consist of larger grains as well as granite canyons of the region consist of pinkish fibrous crystals and have many horizontal and vertical fractures. This mountain is famous for its many sharp peaks and rocky cliffs. There are many special rocks named for their features of their shapes and figures such as Uvgun Chinggis (Old Chinggis), Lusiin ezen (Lord of the Sea), Khaan Khatan Khoyor (King and Queen), Zagasnii am (Fish mouth), Camel rock, Mother’s womb and Penus rock.
There are also over 10 small caves created by wind and rapid temperature changes including several caves of Ulziit Sumber Mountain, in the east part of Ikh Gazriin Stone. The biggest one is Toonot cave with 27 m length. An open-air theatre was founded in the center of Ikh Gazriin stone in 2006 dedicated to the 800th Anniversary of the Establishment of Mongolian Statehood and its stage was surrounded by sharp and high flat rocks in the west, north and east sides. International music festival “The Roaring Hooves” was organized in the state of the open-air theatre in 2007. A beautiful monument, dedicated to Mongolian state honored long-song singer Norovbanzad.N stands in the mountain for the memory of the great singer. 35000 ha area of Ikh Gazriin Stone had been protected since 2003 as a Natural Reserve according to decree number 30 by Mongolian State Great Khural and protected as Strictly protected area since 2012.