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We did not attempt to hike it as this requires 2-3 days minimum. We enjoyed its view at sunrise from a hotel in Feila Si (make sure the hotel you choose has a rooftop). When you look at the range, it is on the right,...More
Of course we didn't climb the peak, no one did. We watched the first sunrays hit the peak this February(we didn't pay for the platform, too expensive).
The feeling of watching the snow mountain getting yellowish-orange from the purplish-red while listening to surprisingly loud chirping...More
After waiting for a long time, the tallest peak of Meili Snow Mountain finally revealed herself - Kawagebo at 6740m. The sight was worth waiting for. The following day, the clouds moved and the view of the entire Meili range was great.
A stunning peak and one with a mystic which you can feel, it stands unconquered and proud and is revered as a sacred mountain for Tibetans you can't get enough taking pictures from all possible angles it's still wonderfully beautiful
Kawagarbo mean God of Snow Mountain in Tibetan and is the highest mountain in the province of Yunnan. It is also one of the most sacred mountain of Tibetan Buddhism and believed to be the spiritual home of a warrior god of the same name....More
I have never seen a peak more elegant and mystic. No wonder it's sacred o the Tibetans. The Mingyong glacier which flows of its flank is equally marvelous. Make sure your guide takes you up to Lian Hua Si (Temple) and not only to Tai...More