Mt. Kailash (22028 Feet) is believed to be the most sacred mountain in the world. Its snow dusted rock pyramid with four nearly symmetrical sides is located in the scenically rich area of western Tibet, which lies between the Himalayas and Karakurum ranges. It is considered a sacred place in four religions: Bön, Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. The mountain lies near Lake Manasarovar and Lake Rakshastal in Tibet. Its glistening snow-covered top makes it the most eye-catching one. The peak of the Mt. Kailash is always enveloped by white clouds. Therefore the locals think if someone can clearly view the peak, he or she will be very lucky. For hundreds of years, Mt. Kailash has been an alluring mountain not only to pilgrims but also for explorers all around world.. However no one has reached its top until now as China has banned all mountaineering activities to preserve the sanctity of the place. This route will open up to unending stretches of barren land, lush green valleys, snow capped peaks and pristine blue lakes. May to November is a good time to visit as it offers cool and pleasant climate and the right period for trekking in and around. Herds of wild ass, Gazelle, Hodgson’s antelope, Marmot and different species of geese that can be seen along the route during July and August. December to March is snow bound and chilly.