Mt Kailas

Descripción

  1. Name Mt Kailas

Mount Kailash, Tibet

Mapa

Mt Kailas Pilgrimage

Libros

Cicerone Press
United Kingdom
2007
  • The Mount Kailash Trek
  • This guidebook describes the Mount Kailash trek in Tibet, which follows the pilgrims' route around the sacred mountain. The trek has been a pilgrimage site for more than a thousand years, and leads around the peak in 3-4 days. Also included is a visit to the lost kingdom of Guge, still almost unknown in the west. Leer más
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The Book Depository
United Kingdom
2007
De Zwerver
Netherlands
2007
  • Wandelgids trekkinggids The mount Kailash Trek - Tibet | Cicerone
  • Isolated for centuries behind the Himalayas in Tibet is a mysterious and mythical mountain, Mount Kailash, standing 6714m (22,028ft) high. The mountain has for more than a thousand years been a central pilgrimage site for some of the world’s major religions. [BR] This trek leads around the sacred peak in 3 to 4 days, following the pilgrims’... Leer más
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Mapas

Stanfords
United Kingdom
  • Kailash
  • Mount Kailash (Kang Rinpoche / Kang Tise) on a contoured and GPS compatible map at 1:50,000 from Swiss publishers Gecko Maps, with a plan of Darchen and an overview map of Tibet, plus on the reverse a panorama map of the area.The map is centred on the peak of Kailash and extends northwards from the approach road from Lhasa to Darchen, beyond... Leer más
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The Book Depository
United Kingdom
  • Kailash Trekking Map
  • Mount Kailash (Kang Rinpoche / Kang Tise) on a contoured and GPS compatible map at 1:50,000 from Swiss publishers Gecko Maps, with a plan of Darchen and an overview map of Tibet, plus on the reverse a panorama map of the area.The map is centred on the peak of Kailash and extends northwards from the approach road from Lhasa to Darchen, beyond... Leer más
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