This waterfall is 10m wide and 20m tall. Traveling on primarily dirt roads, I was always amazed at my driver's ability to navigate through Mongolia without a GPS. There were plenty of times where it seemed like there were three or four parallel tracks that intersected and criss-crossed every which way. I wouldn't know which path to follow. Even getting closer to this waterfall, there were a huge number of rocks and it seemed more so like a random navigation until we reached a protective fenced and walked in from there. It's a reasonably nice waterfall. Probably for Mongolia, there's not a huge number of waterfalls, and so in that context, this is a bit more impressive.
Waterfall near the Orkhon River, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.