Mt.Kailash Via Nyalam Trek

Mt.Kailash Via Nyalam Trek

Mount. Kailash is also one of the highest mountain in Tibet ( 22,022 ft). Likewise, lake Manasarovar lying at 14,950 ft. is the highest fresh-water lake in the world. The distance from Lhasa is approximately 2,000km. Only during the last few years have travelers been able to experience this region. Road conditions are difficult much of the time and we have to make many preparations to ensure that we have a reasonable chance of reaching Kailash. We need to bring our own food and camping equipment. Basic lodges and teahouses can be found but they are rare. To travel for days on this remote plateau with the chance encounters of no mats herding their sheep or yaks is to be transferred into another way of life, to see and become part of such a devout pilgrimage as shown by pilgrims around Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasarovar is to put some aspects of our western way of life into their proper perspective.



Day to Itinerary

Day 01: Arrive in kathmandu and transfer to hotel

Day 02: Sightseeing in Kathmandu Valley

Day 03: Drive Kathmandu to Nyalam (3750m)

Day 04: Drive Nyalam to Yak Kharkha (4675m)

Day 05: Drive Yak Kharka to New Dzongba (4500m)

Day 06: Drive New Dzongba to mayumla Phedi (4500m)

Day 07: Drive Mayamla Phedi to Manasarovar (4560m)

Day 08: AM Manasarovar Parikrama by Jeep. Time permitting visit Chiu Gompa. PM drive to Darchen (4560m)

Day 09: Drive Approx. 8 Kms from Darchen to Tarboche, the trek starting point of Kailash Parikrama. Trek to Dira Phuk (4775m

Day 10: Continue Parikrama over Dolma la pass (5650m) to Zuthul Phuk (4700m)-

Day 11: The Kailash Kora ends today after an easy trek – 14 kms. Proceed to Horchu (4560m) at lake Manasarovar.

Day 12: Drive Horchu to Mayumla Phedi (4500m)

Day 13: Drive Mayumla Phedi to New Dzongba (4500m)

Day 14: Drive new Dzongba to yak Kharka (4675m)

Day 15: Drive yak Kharka to Nyalam (3750m)

Day 16: Drive downhill to the friendship bridge where transportation awaits to the groups final leg of journey to Kathmandu (1300m)

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