When we entered the west of Mongolia we stopped in Olgii, a town which sits on the edge of Siberia. It was cold, very cold, 3 pairs of trousers and 5 top layers cold. We arrived at our 8 metre Ger in the Yurt camp, frost all over the floor, we walked in to find the tinyest wood burner. We were sceptical to say the least. Quarter of an hour off wood burning later and we were walking round in 1 layer, and had a lovely toasty sleep.
A good wood burner or electric heater will make the yurts warm and create an air flow which will go a long way to prevent any moisture issues, so a wood burner or heating device is a very important for a yurt. We are working with Salamander Stoves to install hobbit stoves into our yurts!
- Elegant and high quality cast iron construction
- Clean burning and efficient
- Glass window with Airwash
- Dust free riddling
- Multi fuel burning wood & coal