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Gers are excellent for a wide variety of purposes. It can be used as a primary house, guest room, office, or anything else you can imagine!

The door, roof poles, and roof crown are hand-painted with traditional Mongolian design and constructed of renewable larch wood. The wood is painted and hand-detailed with beautiful Mongolian designs using lead-free paint. Gers come with yak hair rope, camel sinew ties, cotton liner, felt (natural sheep wool or synthetic), canvas cover, and water repellent outer cover. Mongolia is a high elevation, cold, and dry climate. For this reason, we include synthetic felt option which is better suited for more moist climates. As pictured, the natural wool felt is thicker than the synthetic felt.

Each ger is a unique hand-made cultural item. Traditional Mongolian gers differ from the more modern Western yurts. Our Mongolian gers do not have windows, although large windows can be purchased at as an upgrade (pictured). In Mongolian gers, the roof slopes lower at the interior walls (you cannot fully stand at the edges of the walls). The source of light is the open door and the roof crown (you can finish the roof crown with glass or plastic for a more permanent setup).

However, its stout frame is extremely sturdy with its center roof crown supports. These gers are made for the a harsh climate and can withstand wind, temporary snowpack (remove snowpack daily), and stays incredibly warm inside–you can even install a wood-burning stove inside with the pipe exiting the roof crown.

Ger prices include shipping directly to Flagstaff, Arizona.Shipping to other locations can be arranged for an additional charge.

For shipping to locations outside of Flagstaff in the continental United States, you can order with our May 1 and November 1 deadlines. Please budget for the additional, estimated amount listed below.

PLEASE NOTE: These prices vary based on the exact location and the total number of gers being shipped outside of Flagstaff. The final additional cost will be determined May 1 and November 1.

US West Coast – $750-1,250
East Coast – $1,500 – $2,000
Mid West – $1,250 – $1,750

Gers can also be shipped to Alaska, Hawaii and Europe at any time by air for an additional $2,000.


  • This is air freight.
  • Because it is a smaller shipping space the crown/roof of the ger comes in two parts that are screwed together.
  • The customer is responsible for all other expenses including customs fees and related expenses including duties, taxes and/or VAT required for customs clearance. It will also be the customer’s responsibility to work with a local broker, if needed and to make any local arrangements for pick-up at the airport or for further transportation.

All gers are presold. We fill a container from Mongolia twice a year. The orders received by May 1st will arrive to Flagstaff in August or September. Gers ordered by November 1st will arrive in Flagstaff in February or March.

Please call us at 928-779-2288 or send us an email at info@fireprojects.org to learn more about owning your very own unique piece of nomadic heritage! Please visit our website for more photos and a video of how to set up a ger. We look forward to speaking with you!

Traditional Mongolian Ger