Gangrenboqi Mountain

Last updated by david at 2013-11-2

Gangrenboqi Mountain(冈仁波齐山) is the most famous holy mountain in Tibet, which is reputed as the center of the world by Tibetan Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism and Bon. With the elevation of 6,638 meters above sea level, Gangrenboqi Mountain is the main peak of Mt. Gangdise. Hiking abound Gangrenboqi Mountain takes about 3 days, starting from Dajin, passing by Qugu Temple and Zherepu Temple and coming back to the starting point. On the way, there are surpassingly beautiful peaks, magnificent Gangrenboqi Mountain immediately ahead and religious pilgrims, enjoying breathtaking scenery and experiencing local customs and sacred culture. On the elevation of over 4,700 meters, it’s a great risk and ordeal for hikers. Thus, you’d better prepare suitable warm clothes and enough high-calorie food.

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