Kinner Kailash hilly range is located in proximity to the Indo-Tibetan border at a height of 17200 ft above sea level. Along with many other peaks in Kinnaur district, Kinner Kailash is one of major point of interest. You need to be a traveller and treks are not good for learners or who don't know how to walk for many hours.
One can undertake this holy parikrama from Morang and return to Kalpa / Karcham in 7- 8 days. According to tales, the mighty Himalayan ranges are the sacred abode of Lord Shiva, where he lives with his better half, Goddess Parvati. Supposedly, Kinner Kailash is the exact point where the gods reside. Considered as one of the most challenging treks, the path leading to this mountain is certainly not an easy one and not everyone’s cup of tea. The Kinner Kailash range in Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh is located in proximity to the Indo-Tibetan border at a height of 17200 ft above sea level.
"Kinner Kailash" and "Kinnaur" names are similar and you can think of that "Kinnaur" district name was considered after "Kinner Kailash".
It is also among the remotest and the less explored regions of Himachal which is breathtakingly scenic.
Rath Yatra:- Every year in summer season this yatra is help.In this yatra a lot of
Parvati kund: Parvati kund Located between kinner kailash trek Kinnaur Himachal Pradesh, India. Parvati kund is a high altitude lake at 14,900 ft. Above sea level.It is meeting point of lord shiVa and The GodDess.
This is one of most popular trekking route in Kinnaur. The trek wil take you to the most interior areas of Kinnaur. The trek offers spectacular view and one can even visit the ancient monastery of Rangrik Tungma in Charang village. The view from top of the pass is amazing as one can witness the rugged beauty of charang ghati on one side and the lush geen Baspa valley on other side. Before every trek, we recommend a nature walk around the camp in Sangla valley, which is very essential.
No. of trekking days : 5days
Maximum elevation : Charang pass(5246M)
Trek grade : Moderate
Minimum no. of person : Two
Best season : June - September
Permit :Foreign nationals requires a inner line permit
Day 1: Sangla- Thangi-Lambar 75 kms-3 hrs:
Drive from Mustaarang Camp till Thangi. Walk along the Tirung khad to Lambar. Night stay in tents.
Day 2: Lambar-Charang – 4 hrs:
Walk along the Tirung khad. There is a ITBP post at Shurting and as you walk up, one can see the confluence of two streams that form the Tirung khad. At Charang vist the ancient Monastery of Rangrik Tungma. Night stay in tents in Charang.
Day 3: Charang-Lalanti – 4-5 hrs:
This is moderate level of ascending. After a hours walk we get the spectacular view of the Kunu village. Before Lalanti we have to cross the stream, which is best to cross before 12, as the water level increases afterwards. Camp at Lalanti.
Day 4: Lalanti-Base – 3-4 hrs:
Today the walk is basically over the boulders and moraines. we camp at the base
Day 5: Base-Charang la-Chitkul-mustaarang camps – 6-7 hrs:
Walk through the moraine to Charang pass(5246M) is a steep 200m climb. Walk down to Chitkul. Drive to mustaarang camp for night stay.