+Ianatlarge Posted April 17, 2012 Share Posted April 17, 2012 I was just reading about the pilgrimage the faithful make around Mt Kailash (Tibet). I am thinking of visiting Tibet, so doing some research. To get to Kailash one must first reach Lhasa (12,000'), which is easy enough, 3 days on a sometimes pressurised train (max 16,000') from HK. Then 4 days from Lhasa on mix of jeep, bus, yak, and foot. Then Kailash (15,000'), then the 52km hike around the mountain (max 18,000'). Sounds like fun. However ... Pilgrimage sites. These are universal (umm, not sure about Australia). Popular, interesting, even dramatic, but not a huge number. Thoughts ? Quote Link to comment
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