Mt tzipri trek Tzipri and Langkor are the two principal mountains of pilgrimage in the Dingri area. In the 11th Century, the Dingri sage, Dampa Sangya, lived here for nearly 20 years and brought fame to both. A five-day circuit around the Tzipri Range starts a few km north of Dingri. To thoroughly explore the various scattered hermitages of the range takes a few days more. At least 17 retreat centers and small monasteries punctuate the route; three are nunneries. Some remote shrines entail steep hikes. The best seasons to undertake this pilgrimage are spring (May, June) and autumn (Sept, Oct, Nov). Summer is more of a problem because rivers and streams tend to become swollen and difficult to ford. In winter there are no special difficult to ford. In winter there are no special difficulties except for the cold.