Mount Kailash Kora is 52 km long, and usually takes three days to complete. Altitude ranges from 4675m at Darchen, the starting point to 5630m at Drolma-la, the highest point of the kora.
The kora is made in a clockwise direction by Hindus and Buddhists but counterclockwise by followers of the Jain and Bön religions.
Most travelers to Far-west Tibet the prime focus of their journey is the sacred peak of Mount Kailash(6,658 metres). This extraordinary mountain is regarded as the “heart of the world”, the center of Asia, by Buddhists, Hindus and the followers of other spiritual traditions. All special destinations for the travelers to reach, Mount Kailash is surely one of the most sublime and sacred places.