The whole Parikrama day today is about 11 hours walking including resting time in between. The view of North face of Kailash is panoramic with other mountain hills. Eastern face of Kailash can be seen today on the way. When you reach Juthulpuk, you won't see any view of Mount Kailash.
It is about 3 hours walking at totally flat land to reach up to driving station. Walking is through beautiful Juthulpuk valley today. Big grassland grazing field with yaks and ships can be seen on the way. Nomad tent houses and their lifestyle can be seen from closed. The fourth and last face of Mount Kailash eastern face is visible if weather is clear.
Horse can carry entire path if someone have hired it. It is suggest to prepare Kailash Kora from a year time.
Morning jugging, involve in small hiking and regular walking at least 2 hours a day is more helpful for Kailash Kora. Kailash Kora is not easy for every peoples, it is with high risk for sugar and high blood pressure patients.
Every person gets altitude sickness at the time of entering kailash. It has to be treating very carefully. Eating properly, drinking more than 3 littler water every day is more helpful. The nearest largish town is Ali, which is the Chinese-built administrative center for Ngari prefecture. But there are a number of nearby destinations of major interest which you can include on your trip: especially Lakes Manasarovar and Rakshastal and the Guge ruins, but also Tirthapuri Gompa, Purang near Nepal border and Panggong Tso Bangong He.
Geographically, the Mount Kailash area is massively significant, with four major rivers of Asia having their sources in this area, as you see in the image below. Actually, though, only the Langchen Tsangpo, the Sutlej River, flows from Lake Manasarovar, although all four rivers do begin in the close vicinity. Mount Kailash and major Asian river sources on a map of the Tibetan plateau. From www. You can get a rough idea of the routes here: Main routes to Kailash.
Day Travel via north road to Ngari. Day Visit Tsaparang and Tholing. Day Arrive Darchen. End of your Tibet trip. Disclosure: we get a small commission from Amazon if you buy Mapping the Tibetan World at the link above. The summit of Mount Kailash itself is 22,ft m , but it has never been climbed, due to its sacred status.
From Mapping the Tibetan World, p. Some Tibetans will make the whole 32 mile 52 km circuit in a single long day like 14 hours , but it is common for visitors to take three days, with this basic itinerary: Day 1: Darchen — Drirapuk Gompa Day 2: Drirapuk Gompa — Zutrulpuk Gompa Also Dzutrulpuk Day 3: Zutrulpuk Gompa — Darchen Many tourists and pilgrims will come and complete a single circuit, though some Tibetans make 3, 13 or even circuits.
Some perform full-body prostrations as they go around, which can take weeks for one circuit.
The summit of Mount Kailash itself is 22,ft m , but it has never been climbed, due to its sacred status. Kailash Kora is not easy for every peoples, it is with high risk for sugar and high blood pressure patients. Disclosure: we get a small commission from Amazon if you buy Mapping the Tibetan World at the link above.
The nearest largish town is Ali, which is the Chinese-built administrative center for Ngari prefecture. Eastern face of Kailash can be seen today on the way. Kailash Kora is not easy for every peoples, it is with high risk for sugar and high blood pressure patients. This pass is blocked by snow until April. But Keerthi has done it in about seven-and-a-half hours. Speaking to DH from Darchen in Tibet Autonomous Region of China, Keerthi said that he has no clue about what he had accomplished until the local guides and his fellow pilgrims joined him at the camp to celebrate the rare feat.
Serious downhill and longer flat land walking after crossing the pass, night reach at Juthulpuk altitude of 4,miters. Every person gets altitude sickness at the time of entering kailash. Generally, a devotee, considering the high altitude and risks associated with the trek and also to catch up with the rituals, take about 18 to 20 hours to complete. It has to be treating very carefully.
And you may want to do it sooner than later, since the Chinese government is actively working on tourist development plans for the area that will very likely change the traditional experience forever. Sign up to get instant access to our FREE Tibet Travel Planning Guide that shows you exactly how to: Get your visa and Tibet permits Avoid altitude sickness Choose a reliable, Tibetan-owned agent And much more…so you can feel peace of mind about your trip, and have a great, safe journey! Some perform full-body prostrations as they go around, which can take weeks for one circuit. Along with instant access to your free, comprehensive online guide for planning your Tibet travel, you will also get our weekly All Things Tibet newsletter, with tips, tools and strategies for simple, safe and meaningful Tibet travel. Day Arrive Darchen. Image by www.
Nomad tent houses and their lifestyle can be seen from closed. It was a surprise among the local communities as well, as they have not come across any devotee finishing Parikrama at such speed. To travel to Mt.