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Kinner-Kailash Parikarma Trek in Himachal Pradesh

Kinner-Kailash Parikarma Trek

Trek Moderate
Max. Height 5242 mts.
Requirements Limited Past Trekking Experience
Period May-Sep.
Duration 5 Days

Kinnaur Valley – Kinnaur the land of fairy tales and fantasies has spectacular terrain of lush green valleys, trim orchards, saffron fields, vineyards, cold desert and cold climate. Mount Kinner Kailash a majestic mountain (6050 m) has religious significance of huge "SHIVALINGAM" the representative of Lord Shiva. This mountain changes colours several times a day with change of weather conditions. The circuit around the whole range attracts many trekkers and pilgrims every year. The Parikarma begins from Kalpa via Thangi, Kunnu,Chhitkul and terminates at Kalpa via Sangla valley.



For Kinner Kailash Parikrama we will drive through Kufri, Narkanda and Rampura mainly on metalled roads, through dense forest to reach Kalpa. During this season the fragrance of Apples is enticing and luring enroute is home to some of the best apple and chilgoza orchards in the world. It also offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the 6000m high Kinner Kailash range. Overnight stay in camp at Kalpa.


KALPA – LAMBAR (12 km)

On Second day of The Charang Trek / Kinner Kailash Parikrama, we drive to Thangi (2966 m - 65kms/3hr). This is the starting point of the trek. Trek to Lambar (2896 m) in the Northeast direction ascending the height following the rivulet. Overnight in camp at Lambar.



Start trekking to Charang from Lambar. The trail leads to Tirung Nullah via Kuna and Surting village. Kuna (3,400m) is famous for an ancient Buddha temple. Overnight in camp at Charang.



We will start trekking to uphill in the Charang valley from Charang Village. Lalanti, a beautiful meadow with thousands of high altitude flowers, is surrounded by few glaciers. It is a yellow and red vast spread carpet of flowers under an open blue sky with roaring sound of gushing mountain rivers adds to the scenic beauty and overall experience. Camp next to stream in Lalanti.



Trek to Chitkul Village (3,450m) from Lalanti. From the camping ground, the entire trek upto the Chitkul Pass (Charang Ghati, 5,260m) is steep over patches of ice and snow. On route, we have serene and beautiful views of many virgin peaks, hanging glaciers and towering Rocky Mountains. From Chitkul – the pilgrims proceeds to Recong – Peo via Karchham by road, and thus the Parikrama comes to an end. Chitkul is the dead end of the entire Sangla valley .

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