The Kinnaur Kailash (Kinner Kailash) is a mountain in the Kinnaur district in  Himachal Pradesh. The Kinnaur Kailash has a height of 6050 meters and is considered as sacred by both Hindu and Buddhist Kinnauris. This mountain is sometimes confused with the Mount Kailash in Tibet. The Kinnaur Kailash Range borders the district of Kinnaur in the south and is dominated by the Kinnaur Kailash (6050m) and Jorkanden (6473m) peaks. Jorkanden is the highest peak in the Kinner-Kailash range; one can admire it comfortably from a bungalow at Kalpa. Often mistaken with Kinner Kailash (which is a smaller holy pillar to north of it). Jorkanden has been climbed by the I.T.B.P IN 1974 and by the Indian Para Regiment in 1978.The pass accessible on the trek is the Charang La at an altitude of 5300m. It is one of the toughest treks in Himachal Pradesh.As per legend, this shrine existed since the time of Bhasmasur, the deadly Asur ( demon) who received a boon from the Lord Shiva after great penance, which entailed that any person’s head touched by him will be turned into ashes (Bhasmasur). Upon receiving this gift, he tried to turn Lord Shiva into ashes as he wished to possess Parvati, which would only be possible upon his death. Lord Shiva stayed in hiding, changing, locations often, and then finely came to Kinner Kailash. He resided here for some time meditating. Lord Vishnu eventually helped him to slay the Asur, appearing to him as a woman and getting him to place his hand upon his own head, thereby killing Bhasmasur. This Trek will take you to the stunning view of cold desert mountains, winery snow clad peaks, lush green valley and fields of beautiful Orchard flowers. This Trek will also take you to the scenic sangla valley and hanging valley that are naturally blessed

Duration: 7 Days | 6 Nights
Best season: May-Sep
Grade: Medium
Maximum elevation: 5242 mtr
Kinnaur Kailash/ Kinner Kailash was not known to the trekkers over the world till a few years ago, though this trail was discovered two centuries ago.The Kinnaur Kailash range lies on the south of district of Kinnaur,which is dominated by Kinnaur Kailash (6349 mts) and Jonkarden (6437 mts). Kinnaur Kailash Peak is one the 5 Mount Kailash. It is believed that the Lord Shiva took care and regulated the universe from here. Earlier the parikrama used to be of 200 kms, but it has been shortened up. To reach this lost land, India’s northern tip, in summers; you have to travel through the Hindustan – Tibet highway, the ancient silk route following the Satluj, the natural boundary between India and Tibet (China). The circuit attracts the a lot of pilgrimages. The holy parikrama starts from Kalpa via Triung Valley and then back to Kalpa via Sangla.

DAY 01:- SHIMLA – KALPA (290 KMS)

The trip begins with a drive through Narkanda, Kufri, and Shri Bhima Kali Temple in Sarahan Bhushar, Rampur Bhushar, then we will proceed to Jeori, which has hot water sulphur stream and offers stunning views of the valley. We will travel mainly on the metalled roads and pass through the thick woodland to reach Kalpa. During this time of year the Apples has a subtle fragrance that is tantalizing. Some of the finest chilgoza and apple orchards are found here. Here, one can enjoy an awe-inspiring picturesque view of the 6050 metres towering Kinnar Kailash range. We will stay overnight in Kalpa in a hotel for some rest and dinner.

DAY 02:- KALPA – LAMBAR (60 KMS) 2890 MTS

On day three we will drive from Kalpa towards Lambar in the morning, a startlingly stunning destination, situated high on top of an abysmal gorge, with the quaint village nestled atop. We will then come back at the campsite, rest for the entire day at leisure for the acclimatization and stay here for overnight.

DAY 03:- THE ACCLIMATIZATION DAY AT LAMBAR

This day you can spend sightseeing and relaxing for the acclimatization at Lambar

DAY 04:- LAMBAR – SHURTING (8 KMS) 3150 METERS

We will commence our trek to the Kinner Kailash Parikrama, in the morning post breakfast from Lambar to Shurting towards the northern east direction climbing the height and following the stream. It is a parallel stroll. Surting is a little high land, here two river watercourses meets together forming the Lambar River. An ultra-modern advanced ITBP post located at 3150 meters where your names will be entered with regard to movement of the trekkers. Bonfire and overnight stay in the camp set up in Shurting.

DAY 05:- SHURTING – CHARANG (6 KMS) 3450 MTS

This is a parallel hike of about three to four hours. Charang is well-known for its 11th century monastery known as the Rangrik Tungma Complex. After reaching the destination you can explore the spectacular surroundings and indulge in some relaxation and acclimatization. We will stay overnight in the camp located near to a gorge in Charang village.

DAY 06:- CHARANG – LALANTI BASE (8 KMS) 4420MTRS

On this day early in the morning we will begin an uphill trek in the Charang valley, covering about eight kilometres in approximately six to seven hours. Lalanti has gorgeous pastures with stunningly amazing high altitude flowers. It is an extensive carpet of blossoming red and yellow flowers under the expanse of blue sky with the sound of garrulous Mountain Rivers that adds up further magnetism to the charming exquisiteness of the valley and the overall experience of trekking. The Camp site is situated adjacent to a stream in Lalanti. Here, you will need to ascend moderate incline and from here we will camp below the Lalanti Pass.

DAY 07:- LALANTI – CHITKUL (THROUGH LALANTI PASS) 5242 MTS

Today is the most challenging and tough day for the trekkers as, during the trek approximately 30 kms will be covered which will take nearly (12 -14 hours). At around 4:00 AM, we will start the trek. It’s a difficult climb up to the Charang Pass (5242meters) or Lalanti Pass. Coming down towards the pass is a long portion of strolling. After a walking for all day long we will finish our trek at Chitkul Lalanti. It is a soaring altitude shepherd territory and you can also get to see snow leopard here in the winters. Ibex can also be seen in this area. We will stay here for overnight in the hotel.

DAY 08:- CHITKUL 3500 MTS

On this day you can spend the entire day enjoying the spectacular and picturesque sights around the Chitkul village.
Chitkul is located at an altitude of 3500 metres. It is the uppermost and the last village of the Sangla Valley. Ahead of Chitkul is there is the complicated and astonishing mountain territory and further moving ahead is Tibet. In fact, Chitkul is located in the region that was earlier used as the route for trade and commerce between Tibet and India. One can simply see the Tibetan influence in the jewellery they wear and as well as in the looks of the people. Chitkul is packed with distinctive and spectacular sights. Trekkers will come across cutting and twisting streams, gorgeous countryside, thickly forested hillside, extensive alpine meadows and last but not the least, deserted mountains. In Chitkul, there are three Goddess Mathi’s temples. The earlier temples situated here are believed to be built about five hundred years ago.

DAY 9:- CHITKUL – SHIMLA – DELHI

On this day we will leave Chitkul in the morning and drive back to Chandigarh passing through (Sangla, Narkanda, Rampur Bhushar, and Shimla). From Shimla take AC Volvo coach for Delhi 10:00 P.M. Overnight journey.

DAY 01:- SHIMLA – KALPA (290 KMS)

The trip begins with a drive through Narkanda, Kufri, and Shri Bhima Kali Temple in Sarahan Bhushar

DAY 02:- KALPA – LAMBAR (60 KMS) 2890 MTS

On day three we will drive from Kalpa towards Lambar in the morning, a startlingly stunning destination

DAY 03:- THE ACCLIMATIZATION DAY AT LAMBAR

This day you can spend sightseeing and relaxing for the acclimatization at Lambar

 
DAY 04:- LAMBAR – SHURTING (8 KMS) 3150 METERS

We will commence our trek to the Kinner Kailash Parikrama, in the morning post breakfast from Lambar to Shurting towards the northern east direction climbing the height and following the stream

DAY 05:- SHURTING – CHARANG (6 KMS) 3450 MTS

This is a parallel hike of about three to four hours. Charang is well-known for its 11th century monastery known as the Rangrik Tungma Complex.

DAY 06:- CHARANG – LALANTI BASE (8 KMS) 4420MTRS

On this day early in the morning we will begin an uphill trek in the Charang valley, covering about eight kilometres in approximately six to seven hours.

DAY 07:- LALANTI – CHITKUL (THROUGH LALANTI PASS) 5242 MTS

Today is the most challenging and tough day for the trekkers as, during the trek approximately 30 kms will be covered which will take nearly (12 -14 hours). At around 4:00 AM, we will start the trek. It’s a difficult climb up to the Charang Pass (5242meters)

DAY 08:- CHITKUL 3500 MTS

On this day you can spend the entire day enjoying the spectacular and picturesque sights around the Chitkul village.
Chitkul is located at an altitude of 3500 metres. It is the uppermost and the last village of the Sangla Valley.

DAY 9:- CHITKUL – SHIMLA – DELHI

On this day we will leave Chitkul in the morning and drive back to Chandigarh passing through (Sangla, Narkanda, Rampur Bhushar, and Shimla). From Shimla take AC Volvo coach for Delhi 10:00 P.M. Overnight journey.

Basic Gear
• Backpack (40- 60 Litre) with comfortable shoulder straps, rain cover is essential.
• Comfortable Trekking Shoes
• One Pancho/ rain coat
• Windproof Jacket Thermal inner wear
• 2-3 T-shirt with full sleeves
• One fleece Jacket
• Day Pack (20 – 30 Litre)
• Trekking Pole
• Woollen Gloves (Two Pairs)
• Two Trek Pants
• Thermal Inner-wears
• Feather Jacket
• Woolen Cap
• Woolen Socks (Two Pairs)
• Sun GlassesTowel
• Torch Camera & Phone (with full/Extra Batteries)
• Water Bottle
• Slippers
• Personal Medical Kit
• Sun Cap

Personal Utilities
• Sun Screen Cream
• Anti bacterial Powder
• Lip Bam
• Hand Sanitizer.
• Tooth Brush And Tooth Past
• Toilet Paper

Include :-

• Camping
• Service of experienced and we’ll trained Mountain Guide
• Service of Cook and Helper during trekking • Trekking Equipments
• All meals on Trek ( Veg.)
• Forest Entry
• First Aid Kit

Exclude :-

• Insurance
• Transport Charge
• Food during transit
• Porter/Mule charges for your personal bag
• Any kind of personal expenses
• Anything apart from the inclusions

Cancellation:-

• Cancellation prior to 30 days from the start of the Trek – 95% refund
• Cancellation between 30 days to 15 days to the start of the Trek – 50% refund
• Cancellation less than 15 days to the start of the Trek – No refund

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