Arranged in the Himalayan mountain extents of the remote Southwestern corner of Tibet, Mount Kailash and Mansarovar Lake are the most basic powerful spots for the Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Reliably, an immense number of pioneers visit Kailash Mansarovar with a trust that circumambulating Mount Kailash by strolling is a hallowed custom that will bring good fortunes. Hinduism and Budhhism do trek in a clockwise course and moreover it is assumed that hallowed water of Mansarovar Lake washes away the scourge of transgression. Mount Kailash has for quite a while been an issue of affection as the space of Lord Shiva. The route around Mount Kailash is 52 km (32 m) long. Mt. Kailash trek can be done in three days. Walking around the favored mountain – a bit of its official stop – must be finished by strolling and can in like manner get a stallion or steed. Taking precisely three days of trekking starting from a height of around 15,000 ft (4,600 m) pass the Tarboche (flagpole) to cross the Drölma pass 18,200 ft (5,500 m), and remaining for two nighttimes in travel. The experience can be started from Kathmandu – Kailash Mansarovar – Kathmandu.