The Valley at the Yoliin Am, known as Eagle Valley whose depths support a huge block of glacial sheet ice even in the, hottest summer months, the ancient caves in the Zuun Saikhan Mountain Located 45 km from Dalanzadgad, in the Centre of South Gobi province, is called Yol Valley. The narrow Valley between high rock walls has breathtaking dramatic scenery, and no doubt is one of the most beautiful places in the country. During the rainy summers, hundreds of small waterfalls appear in the rocky walls. Camel and horse riding tours are available to the valley.
Yoliin Am Canyon was already made a protected area In 1965 which eventually became part of Gurvan Saikhan National Park with a small 69 square kilometers (26,64 square miles) area around . Yoliin Am is located about 60 km (37 miles) Southwest Dalanzadgad, in the mountains of Züün Saikhan. The bearded vulture, Yol in Mongolian, gave its name to the Yoliin Am Valley, the Gorge of Bearded Vultures.
At a height of 2500 metres, Yol Canyon forms a gorge that is so deep and so narrow which only possible two person pass in. The water forms four small waterfalls. Most of the places around the region gets the sun shine, but the canyon remains dark, almost impossible given sharp rising gorge through in middle part, a part of the river remains nearly all year long covered by a thick layer of ice.
There most travelers have the chance see permanent glaciers, endemic plants, and rare animals such as Siberian ibex, wild sheep, or bearded vultures. Snow leopards and other predators can also be spotted also in the Yol Valley region.