Mount Kailash & The Wild West

* Into the wild side of Nepal, to the less travelled far north-west region, dramatic scenery, traditional villages
* Untouched by modern civilisation, on the least accessible route to the holiest Mount Kailash
* The pristine sacred holy Lake Manasarovar, view of Mount Kailash from different angle (south-west- north & east)


Situated within Tibet to the Northern part of the Himalayas, Mount Kailash is considered the spiritual center for four great religions: Tibetan Buddhism, Hinduism, the Jain religion and the pre-Buddhist animistic religion - the Bonpo. For the Hindus, Mount Kailash is the earthly manifestation of their spiritual center of the universe, a ‘world pillar’(84,000 miles) around which all else revolves, its roots in the lowest hell and its summit kissing the heavens and on top lives their most revered god Lord Shiva with his consort Goddess Parvati. The governments of Nepal and China reached an accord some years ago that allowed the first treks across the border between the two countries. While it had been a route for Nepalese pilgrims for years, the foreign trekkers were never allowed to trek from Nepal to Tibet.
Located in the north of the Himalayan barrier, wholly within Tibet, Mt. Kailash (6,714m / 22,028ft) is a perfect mountain of spectacular beauty with four great faces. The eastern face is believed to be crystal, the western ruby, the southern sapphire while the northern gold. The mountain is also known as Ghang Rimpoche (Precious Jewel of Snow) amongst Tibetans who see it as the naval of the world. It is said that a stream from the mountain pours into a nearby lake and from there Horse Mouth River to the east, the River of the Peacock Mouth to the south whereas the River of the Elephant Mouth to the West. One fascinating fact is that four major river systems of the Indian Sub-Continent originate from Mount Kailash: the Indus, Yarlung Tsangpo (Brahmaputra), Karnali, and the Sutlej. Tibetans also believe that it is the residence of Demchog, a fierce looking tantric deity who lives there with his consort, Dorje Phagmo. Other than being a holy site, from the early days up till now, Tibetans have considered it to be a sacred place where the poet saint, Milarepa, spent several years meditating in a cave.
For the pre-ancient religion Bon, it is the site where its founder Shanrab is said to have descended from heaven and it was formerly the spiritual centre of Zhang Zung, the ancient Bon empire that once included all western Tibet. Bon people circumambulate this holy mountain in an anti-clockwise manner unlike the other religion does it clockwise.
Over the centuries, pilgrims from all corners of the world have regularly journeyed immense distances to get here in pursuit of enlightenment or cleansing themselves from sins, braving enormous distances, particularly harsh weather and bandit attacks.

HUMLA - Nepal’s Wild West.

Humla was once part of the great Malla Empire administrated from Sinja near Jumla. Until 1787, this empire extended as far as to Purang (Taklakot) and the ‘Lost’ great villages of Toling (Zanda) and Tsaparang located in remote south western Tibet, and to the north of Nanda Devi and Kamet Himal. Taklakot is an extraordinary melting pot bustling with traders and merchants from the nearby countries India, China, and Tibet as well as Muslim traders from Kashgar. The place is also occupied by Nepalese entrepreneurs trading wool, salt and Indian goods along with Chinese Government officials and a huge army contingent.
In Humla, the traditional trade of salt grain with Tibet continues as it has for centuries. This trade has ceased in most of Nepal because of the import of the Indian salt. Another reason is China eliminating many border trading posts in remote regions.

THE NGARI - in Tibet.

Kailash and Manasarover are in the Ngari region of Tibet, perhaps the most inaccessible place on earth. This region is mostly populated by Dokpas, nomads who herd sheep, goats and yaks on these arid desolate plains. Most Dokpas do not have houses and they wander endlessly across the vast Tibetan windswept plains, living in tents made out of yak fur. Ngari is the last frontier of Tibet. On this trip, upon leaving Kathmandu and other cities enroute, you feel as if you have suddenly been transported back to the past as old as the times even before Marco-Polo.

Outline Itinerary:
Day 01: Arrive at Kathmandu 1,300m via respective airlines.
Day 02: A day in Kathmandu.
Day 03: Fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj & transfer to Hotel.
Day 04: Fly from Nepalgunj to Simikot 2,910m & trek to Dharpuri 2,600m.
Day 05: Trek to Sally khola 2,690m approx: 5 hrs walk.
Day 06: Trek to Muchu 2,920m approx: 5 hrs.
Day 07: Trek to Torea. 3,380m. 3-4 hrs.
Day 08: Trek to Sip-Sip. 3,800m via Muchu 4-5 hours.
Day 09: Trek to Hilsa 3,720m via Nara Lagna. Approx 6 hours.
Day 10: Border Crossing: A short walk and 2 hours drive to Taklakot 3,770m.
Day 11: Drive to Lake Manasarover 4,510m. approx. 3 hours drive.
Day 12: Acclimatization and Rest Day at Manasorover.
Day 13: Drive to Darchen 4,600m and begin 2-3 hrs Kora.O/N Camp at 4,890m.
Day 14: Trek & Camp at Jarok Donkhang (before Dromo-la past Dirapuk Gompa) 5,210m. 5 hrs.
Day 15: Trek to Zutul-Puk. 4,790m. approx 6 hour walk.
Day 16: Trek to Darchen and drive to Chui Gompa. Approx: 3-4 hr.walk. and 2 hrs drive.
Day 17: Drive to Hilsa via Taklakot and camp at Hilsa 4-5 hrs drive.
Day 18: Trek back to East Yari. 5-6 hrs.
Day 19: Trek back to Yalbang 6 hrs.
Day 20: Retrace the Journey to Dharpuri. 6 hrs.
Day 21: Trek to Simikot for the last/final camp 2-3 hrs.
Day 22: Fly Simikot-Nepalgunj-Kathmandu.
Day 23: Free day in Kathmandu.
Day 24: Transfer to Airport for International flight.
 Departure Dates  Availability
 17 Sep-10 Oct  Available
Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu 1,300m via respective airlines.
  On arrival at Kathmandu Tribhuvan International Airport you will be received by our staff and transfer you to respective Hotels, where our guide will give you a brief orientation of the Hotel, Kathmandu, Trekking / Camping, do's and don't and other related information that you might require while in Nepal.
Day 02:

 day in Kathmandu with half day tour.

  After your first night in Kathmandu, you will be well informed on arrival about the time for your half day guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu at places of interest.
Day 03:

Fly from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj & transfer to Hotel.

  As per the flight schedule for Nepalgunj transfer to the domestic airport for 50 to one hour scenic flight to Nepalgunj. A remarkable flight as it traverses the entire length of the Nepal Himalaya west of Kathmandu, with superb views of Langtang, Manaslu, the Annapurnas and Dhaulagiri. At Nepalgunj we will have time in the late afternoon or evening to have a look around the town which is situated on the southern Nepal border with India. Nepalgunj, a major town of Bheri Zone, the climate here is hot and humid, typical for this sub-tropical region lying close to the border of India, on arrival transfer to best available Hotel, which is about 8 kms and 20 minutes drive.
Day 04:

Fly from Nepalgunj to Simikot 2,910m & trek to Dharpuri 2,600m.

  After a pleasant overnight at Nepalgunj,an early morning flight to Simikot, the administrative centre of Humla. On this 50 minutes flight there are glimpses of the snowy mass of Mt Saipal. Simikot a small town is perched on a ridge above the Humla Karnali River with wonderful views over the deep valley. On arrival, meet our trekking crews and porters and continue a short trek of 3-4 hours to Dharpori a small rural farm village, this region for few days from Simikot is inhabited by the Nepali Hindu people, called Thakuris, who regularly trade north-westwards into Tibet via the same route that we take to Taklakot, following the Humla-Karnali to the border. From Simikot airstrip we start climbing passing through the farm fields of barley then on a rocky trail bordered by stinging nettles. Past the stone houses of upper Simikot we further make the climb towards the forested ridge overlooking the town. The trek then makes a long steep descent on a rock switch backing path, passing by few villages then eventually on to a Thakuri village of Dharapuri, overnight camp near the village.
Day 05:  Trek to Sally Khola 2,690m approx: 5 hrs walk. 
  The walk from here, leads to a gradual altitude increase, with a long traverse across a scree slope to a stream, below the trail a bridge over the Humla Karnali and then to Khanglagoan, this is the last Thakuri village in the valley and the upper limit of rice cultivation. Our route stays on the north of the river as the trail winds up and down to Chachera, a Shepard's camp near a waterfall, overnight camp about ten minutes before the village. There is a hot spring about an hour’s climb above the village of Kermi.
Day 06:

Trek to Muchu 2,920m approx: 5 hrs.

  The walk today has more steep uphill in few places, The trail passes through the compact settlement of Yangar, in some places in tunnel beneath the houses, then climbs behind a rock spur, the path winds its way close to the river on a track built up with rocks and wooden props and reach a new suspension bridge, then crossing to the south bank of the Humla Karnali, climb to a stream and ascend past apricot orchards to the entrance of Muchu village. Muchu village has a Gompa and a border Police Post a little further from the village just
Day 07:

Trek to Torea 3,380m 3-4 hrs.

  From Muchu, walk continues on the easy downhill path as far as to Thumkot, here we begin a steep climb away from the river on a trail which is visible from way down the valley, the Humla-Karnali disappears away to the right into a steep-sided and impassable gorge. A long climb from the valley of the Bumchiya Khola leads to our overnight stop at Torea.
Day 08:

Trek to Sip-Sip. 3,800m via Muchu 4-5 hours.

  The trail ascends to a stream, and then contours up to a small cairn at 3,500m, where a few policemen maintain order from a tent, on rounding the ridge a superb view of the extensive fields of Yari. The trek follows an irrigation canal into the huge valley of the Jhyakthang chu, marked by a mani-prayer wall. As the route climbs gently to Yari, a compact settlements of stone houses, a police post, customs office and a schoolhouse just below the trail. In this region they grow millet, barley, amarnath (marcia) wheat, buckwheat, potatoes and radishes. From this village the path climbs the broad valley to the source of the village’s extensive irrigation system, Despite the remoteness of this area there is a considerable amount of traffic traveling in the company of several contingents of traders, pilgrims and pack animals-goats, sheep and yaks, o Overnight camp on the meadow near the stream at the foot of the pass.
Day 09: Trek to Hilsa 3,720m via Nara Lagna approx 6 hours.
  Today's walk leads us to the frontier at Hilsa before we cross to the Tibetan side. From Sip-sip the trail climbs to a continuous uphill along the side of the ridge to a huge rock cairn atop the Nara Lagna at approx 5000m / 15,030ft. A little below from the pass you can view the Tibetan plateau, the Humla Karnali and the green barley fields of Sher or Sera. From the pass a long dusty drop to the Humla Karnali, a few minutes walk along the river to the overnight camp at Hilsa, a couple of tents and stone houses surrounded by barley fields. A stone pillar marks the Nepal-Tibet border, just across the bridge.
Day 10:

Border Crossing: A short walk and 2 hours drive to Taklakot 3,770m.

  A short climb to a Tibetan salt trading post, where our vehicle and Tibetan guides and driver will receive us, the drive will take through Khojarnath, which is the lowest village in the Ngari Province of Tibet and has an important monastery, then reaching the busy bazaar of Taklakot or Purang. It is about 150km from Taklakot to Darchen.
We are obliged to stay in a very basic guest house here at Taklakot (Purang). Taklakot is an important bazaar for Tibetans, especially the Khampas from the north eastern Tibet, set up their tents in one part of the town, whilst Nepalis traders has two more, separate market areas during the summer months. There is still a quite importantwool trade between the local, nomadic Drogpa herdsmen and certain of the Nepali traders.
Day 11: Drive to Lake Mansarovar 4,510m. Approx. 3 hours drive.
  From Taklakot, it is an impressive drive out of the valley of the Karnali River; the drive climbs the hill out of Taklakot, the road gains altitude rapidly at first, and then levels crossing the barren base below Mt. Gurla Mandhata 7,728m. On arriving at the top of the Thalladong pass 5,050m, a nice viewpoint overlooking the Rakas Lake and the sacred Mt. Kailash in the distance. The drive passes the Gurla pass a short distance before arriving at Lake Mansarovar for the overnight camp.
Day 12:

Acclimatization and Rest Day at Mansarovar.

  Rest day for acclimatization at leisure or short hike and visit to the nearby monasteries.
Mansorover, a sacred lake, located in West Tibet between Mt. Kailash 6,714m. and the Gurla Mandata Range 7,694 m. Manasarovar floats beneath the shadow of holy Kailash as the lake formed in the mind of God.  In any language, this is the holiest, most famous lake in Asia.  The best time to circle Mansorover is in late autumn and early spring when the streams and rivers flowing into the lake are low. It is then possible to walk very near the shoreline.
Day 13:

Drive to Darchen 4,600m and begin 2-3 hrs Kora. O/N Camp at 4,890m.

  Two hours drive will bring us to Darchen, a small settlement with few guesthouses this places can be quite busy with pilgrims during the auspicious time for the Kora (circumambulations). Darchen, is the starting and ending point of the holy walk around.
The holy walk leads west from the guest house compound high above the Barkha plain to a cairn and prayer flags, an excellent view of Mt. Kailash from this spot.The trail continues across the plain to Shershong, an hour past Shersong is a bridge leading to Chhuku Gompa high on the hill above, The west bank trail leads across the scree slopes to our overnight camp just by the streams on the meadow, before Damding Donkhang that offers a good view of the west face of Mt. Kailash.Kailash (6,714m.), Asia’s most sacred mountain, is said to be at the heart of the ancient Shangshung kingdom, the supposed land of origin of the pre-Buddhist Bonpos. Mount Kailash is their soul-mountain. This is the very place where the sect’s legendary founder, Tonpa Shenrab descended from heaven to earth.
Day 14:

Trek & Camp at Jarok Donkhang (before Dromo-la past Dirapuk Gompa) 5,210m. 5 hrs.

  Second day of the pilgrimage begins, with a gradual uphill walk of 2-3 hrs bringing us to Diraphuk Gompa. This is a superb little gompa with an exquisite interior and an excellent view of the North Face of Kailash, at present there are few shops and a Lodge on the opposite side of the monastery, after a break and a good rest our walk continues on the gradual path for some time, after the bridges the kora route climbs onto a moraine, eventually meeting the trail from the east bank. The trail from here climbs steeply to a meadow for the overnight camp, highest camp on this trip.
Day 15:

Trek to Zutul-Puk. 4,790m. approx 6 hour walk.

  Our kora continues with a steep climb for 20-30 minutes with great views of North East Face of Mt. Kailash after reaching the ridge the path leads to a gradual walk for a while till we come to the last final climb towards Dromo-laat the highest point of this journey. The trail today leads up past piles of clothing, the local Tibetan pilgrims leave an article of clothing or some of their possessions leaving their past life behind them, the kora continues past thousands of small rock cairns beyond to a stone hut and across a boulder field and up to to the high pass of Dromo- la at approx.5,630m /18,525ft. A big boulder represents the goddess Dolma or Dromo (Tara) is festooned with prayer flags. This spot is the physical and spiritual high point of the pilgrimage / kora. The track from here descends to the plain below, a few hours walk brings us to the overnight camp at Zutul-Puk Gompa, Zuthul means cave. The place is named after a cave in which the poet, saint Milarepa stayed meditating. His footprint still remains on the roof.
Day 16:

Trek to Darchen and drive to Chui Gompa. Approx: 3-4 hr.walk. and 2 hrs drive.

  The last day of our holy ‘kora’ leads to an easy walk of only 3 to 4 hours on the broad level winding trail, passing numerous mani walls, then coming to a narrow valley and short section of gorge as the route turns towards west to Darchen, the last leg of the trek make a dramatic exit from the river valley on to the plain the walk passes to a mani walls decorated with carved yak skulls. A short walk from here brings you to the windswept little township of Darchen and the end of our great good walk. From here we drive back to Lake Mansorovar for the overnight halt near Chui Gompa for our last camp in Tibet.
Day 17:

Drive to Hilsa via Taklakot and camp at Hilsa 4-5 hrs drive.

  An early start for our return drive to Hilsa, with stop at Taklakot to go through the border crossing formalities, before proceeding to Nepal side. After lunch we continue our drive to Sher and cross over into Nepal without further formalities.
Day 18: Trek back to East Yari 5-6 hrs.
  Retrace the journey back to eastern Yari
Day 19: Trek back to Yalbang 6 hrs.
  Retrace the journey back on this scenic trail to Yalbang.
Day 20: Retrace the Journey to Dharapuri 6 hrs.
  This trekking on the same trail back to Dharapuri will be interesting to recall back the memories of the earlier start of the trekking from Simikot onwards.
Day 21:

Trek to Simikot for the last / final camp 2-3 hrs.

  Today’s walk for few hours to Simikot with time to browse around the bazaar and village town of Simikot, the major town of Humla region.
Day 22: Fly Simikot-Nepalgunj-Kathmandu.
  Morning a wonderful flight to Nepalgunj over the Himalayan foothills, overlooking stunning views of the main peaks including Annapurna and Dhaulagiri to the north, on arrival at Nepalgunj depending upon the connecting flight schedule to Kathmandu. If it's in the afternoon we will have time, few hours for refreshment in the comfort of the Hotel at Nepalgunj and then connect with flight back to Kathmandu.
Day 23:

Free day in Kathmandu.

  A free day in Kathmandu, please inform our staff if you would like to go on another short tour in and around Kathmandu Valley.
Day 24:

Transfer to Airport for International flight.

  Today as per your international flight time, keep your confirmed air ticket, and your passport handy. Our office staff will transfer you to the airport for your final departure from this amazing country, Nepal.
Note: The above itinerary should be taken only as a guide line; it could change due to weather, availability of clean water and campsite, trail or any other unforeseen reason.


Price includes following services:
 1.  Accommodation sharing twin at Hotel in Kathmandu for 4 nights on Bed & Breakfast basis.  
 2.  Accommodation sharing twin at Hotel in Nepalgunj for 1 night on half board basis.
 3.  Airport transfers in Kathmandu & Nepalgunj.
 4.  Half day guided sightseeing tour of Kathmandu with applicable entrance fees.
 5.  Internal flight Kathmandu / Nepalgunj / Simikot & Simikot / Nepalgunj / Kathmandu with applicable airport taxes.
 6.  Trekking & camping arrangement backed by Sherpa crew on full board basis.
 7.  Applicable Trekking Permit.
 8.  Transportation inside Tibet by Private vehicle.
 9.  English speaking Tibetan Guide in Tibet.
 10. Necessary Yak & Yakmen for the trek around Kailash.
 11. Applicable Travel Permit & Tibet Visa
 12. Transfer of staff and equipment to / from Simikot.
 13. Insurance for Nepalese crew.
Our price does not include followings:
 1.  International flights to / from Kathmandu.
 2.  Nepal entry visa fees.
 3.  Lunch and dinner while in Kathmandu Hotels.
 4.  Travel, Medical and Personal insurance.
 5.  Rescue evacuation in case of emergency.
 6.  Personal clothing and personal trekking gear including sleeping bag & down jacket.
 7.  Expenses of personal nature, i.e. tipping, laundry, bottled drinks, bar bills etc.
 8.  Any expense for early returning member due sickness, injury or any other reason. No refund will be entertained for any unused service.
 9.  Extra expense occurred due to unexpected circumstances like cancellation of internal flights, floods, strike etc.



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Trip Facts
  • Trip Name : Mount Kailash & The Wild West
  • Trip Duration : 24 Days
  • Trip Grade : Moderate/Adventurous
  • Trip Date :
  • Activity : Trek and Walks
  • Highest Altitude : 5630 m
  • Month : Sep-Oct