Gobi Ibex hunting in Mongolia
Gobi Ibex hunting in Mongolia
Gobi Ibex hunting in Mongolia
Gobi Ibex hunting in Mongolia

Gobi Ibex hunting in Mongolia

Gobi Ibex inhabits Gobi desert, the coldest and farthest north of all deserts. Gobi desert is an arid, high plateau located in Mongolia and China and surrounded by mountain ranges. Other big game species are Gobi Argali, White-tailed and Black-tailed Gazelle, Wolf.
The average length of the horns is 35 - 38 inches / 88-100 cm. The horns are slimmer and shorter than those of the Altai and Mid-Asian Ibex. General color is pale brown without a lighter saddle. These Ibex hunts can be nicely combined with the White-tailed Gazelle.

Hunting packages

Ask for gobi ibex hunting package details and special hunt prices via:
Ibex hunting request
Email jagd@profihunt.com
Skype profihunt-jagd, profihunt-asia, profihunt-russia

Hunting season

The season is from the 15st of July to the 15th of October.

Gobi Ibex hunting tips

The Ibex hunts are done on foot using jeeps for transportation in the hunting area. Ibexes are spotted each day in good numbers at 4,000-4,500 feet / 1,300-1,500 m. Big rams use very remote and rocky county. You will spot rams, evaluate their size, and then make the stalk.

Hunting Base Camps

The camps are traditional Asian ger or yurts. They are warm, clean and comfortable with separate areas for dining, bathing and sleeping. Every camp has a cook and interpreter. You will find very good food and quality service. Electricity is supplied by generating sets.

How to get there

You fly to Ulaanbaatar (UB) through Frankfurt or Moscow or Seoul, South Korea. You are met by our representative and assisted through customs, and taken to hotel. Next morning you are transferred to camp.

Weather in Mongolia

In June, July and August the weather is generally moderate, with temperatures ranging between 50°F and 80°F / 10°C and 27°C. Nights are always cool due to the high elevation. Mongolia is known as a country with 255 cloudless days each year and as the Land of Blue Sky. Snow can be expected at the tops in the last decade of September. In most years, some areas of the Gobi receive no precipitation at all. Violent dust storms kick up with wind speeds up to 80 mph / 130 km/h.



Gobi Ibex hunting in Mongolia
Gobi Ibex hunting in Mongolia
Gobi Ibex hunting in Mongolia
Gobi Ibex hunting in Mongolia