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The wolf hybrid conquered Mongolia

The wolf hybrid conquered Mongolia 0

The wolf hybrid conquered Mongolia

Diuna is a Czech wolfdog who went on a long trip with a Polish couple in Mongolia.

Diuna is a Czech wolfdog who went on a long trip with a Polish couple in Mongolia.

The wolf hybrid conquered Mongolia

The two decided to conquer the Altai Mountains in Mongolia, one of the most remote places in the world.

The two decided to conquer the Altai Mountains in Mongolia, one of the most remote places in the world.

The wolf hybrid conquered Mongolia

Starting from Poland, after 84 days and a 5,250 km cycling journey, the couple arrived in Bayan-Olgij, a province located in the westernmost part of Mongolia.

Starting from Poland, after 84 days and a 5,250 km cycling journey, the couple arrived in Bayan-Olgij, a province located in the westernmost part of Mongolia.

The wolf hybrid conquered Mongolia

The dog Diuna is an extremely adorable companion of the two on every journey of discovering new lands.

The dog Diuna is an extremely adorable companion of the two on every journey of discovering new lands.

The wolf hybrid conquered Mongolia

There are times when Diuna is transported by a specialized trailer attached to a bicycle, and other times the dog will trek with its owner.

There are times when Diuna is transported by a specialized trailer attached to a bicycle, and other times the dog will trek with its owner.

The wolf hybrid conquered Mongolia

The Polish couple gave Diuna 2 trekking routes while in Mongolia, one was at Tavan Bogd Uul, reaching the peak of Malchin at nearly 4,050 m high, the other was Tsambagaraw and stopping at an altitude of 4,053 m above sea level.

The Polish couple gave Diuna 2 trekking routes while in Mongolia, one was at Tavan Bogd Uul, reaching the peak of Malchin at nearly 4,050 m high, the other was Tsambagaraw and stopping at an altitude of 4,053 m above sea level.

Because most of the places the two of them passed were in areas where few people lived, they had to deal with them themselves when their bicycle broke down.

Because most of the places the two of them passed were in areas where few people lived, they had to deal with them themselves when their bicycle broke down.

During their 2 months in Mongolia, this couple experienced life on the steppe as well as learned about the unique culture of the people here.

During their 2 months in Mongolia, this couple experienced life on the steppe as well as learned about the unique culture of the people here.

In 2013, the two received the travel award of the year from National Geopraphic magazine in Poland for their trekking trip to conquer the famous Garhwal Himalaya range.

In 2013, the two received the travel award of the year from National Geopraphic magazine in Poland for their trekking trip to conquer the famous Garhwal Himalaya range.

After finishing their journey to conquer the Altai Mountains and spending 2 months in Mongolia, the couple and their dog Diuna returned to Poland by train through Siberia.

After finishing their journey to conquer the Altai Mountains and spending 2 months in Mongolia, the couple and their dog Diuna returned to Poland by train through Siberia.

Huong Chi (according to Boredpanda)

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