Uureg Lake (Mongolian: Үүрэг нуур, Üüreg nuur), Saline lake in an endorheic basin in western Mongolia, north-west of the Great Lakes Hollow, near the western edge of the Uvs Nuur basin. The Tsagaan river gorge (Tsagaan Shuvuut Uul) lies on the west side of the lake
Max. length 20 km (12 mi)
Max. width 18 km (11 mi)
Surface area 239 km2 (92 sq mi)
Average depth 26.9 m (88 ft)
Max. depth 42 m (138 ft)
Water volume 6.419 km3 (1.540 cu mi)
Surface elevation 1,425 m (4,675 ft)
HOW TO REACH:
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BY ROAD :
Khankhukhii, Togtokh glass, Kharkhiraa Turgen mountains, Ulias glass forest, high mountain, rock argali, ram, deer, antelope, leopard, lynx, ibex, marten, pig, wolf, roe deer, wolf, fox, squirrel, rain, soir, yatuu, khutuu, chandaga, jirkh, cortex, manuul, badger, stinking brown, artichoke, rabbit, marmot, squirrel, rainbow, partridge, blind azure, yellow-tailed, khulan joroo, bozlog and other animals and experts.
The lake is home to various birds such as waterfowls (swans, geese, ducks), peacocks, pelicans, and others. The lake has fish, including Mongolian grayling (thymallus brevirostris) and Altai carp.