Mount Kailash is the renowned and holiest pilgrimage sites of Western Tibet which has special value for Hindus and Buddhists. It is also the most sacred pilgrimage destinations in Asia. In Tibetan language Mt. Kailas is called as “Gang Rinpoche”. Mt. Kailas is a sacred place for four religions – Hinduism, Buddhism, Janinism and Bon faith. Mt. Kailas is situated near Lake Manasarowar and Lake Rakshastal in Tibet. Mt. Kailas is the most important peak in the world that has not seen any (known) mountain climbing attempts.
Day 1 – Simikot to Yakba Khola
Day 2 – Yakba Khola to Chumsa Khola
Day 3 – Chumsa Khola to Muchu
Day 4 – Muchu to Tharo Dhunga
Day 5 – Tharo Dhunga to Sher – Drive from Sher to Taklakot
Day 6 – Drive to Darchan
Day 7 – Darchan to Damding Donkhang
Day 8 – Damding Donkhang to Jarok Donkhang
Day 9 – Jarok Donkhang to Zutul-puk
Day 10 – Zutul-puk to Darchan
Day 11 – Drive to Taklakot or Sher
The best time to do the trek to Mount Kailash is from the month of July to September.