|Elevation||4,050 m (13,290 ft) |
|Parent peak||Khüiten Peak|
|Parent range||Tavan Bogd|
Mongol Altai Mountains
Malchin Peak (Mongolian: Малчин оргил, lit. "herder peak") is the one of five peaks of the Tavan Bogd mountain on the Mongolia-Russian border. The Peak towers at the elevation of 4,050 m (13,287 ft). It is the only one of the fiver peaks of Tavan Bogd that can be climbed without specialized mountain climbing equipment.