– Lat/Long: 31.07° N 81.32° E

ChKailas – Climbing Notes


Kailas Climbing notes shared by Mountain-Forecast users

  • October 09, 2022
    Anil kumar from India

    First of all, I'm Anil from India, I have completed my diploma in 2020. I have a lot off curiosity to climb Kailash mountain. But my financial situation is not good. So I need your support

  • January 23, 2022
    Bipin Mehta from India

    The holy mountain is not the place for the physically climbing but spiritual climbing. In search of Mahadev n the very existence of the universe. If you count any distance from the Holy Kailash, The distance from Mount Kailash to the North Pole is also 6666 kilometers and 13,332 kilometers to the South Pole, exactly the double compared to the North Pole. Mount Kailash surrounded by five monasteries.
    Dr. @Swamy39 jee :

    Kailash Mountain is the axis of the universe, the center of the world.. The distance from Stonehenge, UK to Mt Kailash is 6,666 kms, which is also the distance from Kailash to the North Pole. The distance from Mt Kailash to the South Pole is 13,332 kms.

  • December 09, 2013
    Dinesh from India

    Shiva and Parvati (not Krishna)

    It's the home land of Lord Shiva

    Thanks Paul, I appreciate your contribution


  • January 26, 2012
    Paul Carlile from Ireland

    Do not forget - Kailas is in TIBET, NOT China!

  • January 26, 2012
    Paul Carlile from Ireland

    Kailas is not for climbing! It is sacred to the Buddhists and the Hindus. Krishna and Parvati spent 10,000 years 'in union' there after their marriage!
    Beautiful peak - the navel of the world.
    The kora (walk around the peak) is tough, but well worth doing, but generally impossible without yaks to act as snow ploughs.