TWIN KAILASH TREK TO KINNER & SHRIKHAND MAHDEV KAILASH
Kinner Kailash is among Panch Kailashes, Shri Khand Mahadev Kailash, Mani Mahesh Kailash, Kailash Mansarover, Aadi Kailash and Mount Kinner Kailash (17200 feet) is located in Kinnaur Valley of Himachal Pradesh, it is believed to be the Abode of Lord Shiva, It is said that Lord Shiva regulated the Universe from Mount Kinner Kailash. Earlier the Parikrama ( Circumblation ) was of 200 kms , But now the route is been shorterned. This region gives a wonderful introduction of confluence of Hinduism and Buddhism. The temples of Baspa Valley in Kinnaur are fine example of pagoda architecture with extraordinary wooden carvings. Kinnaur is a very traditional place and tribal customs and traditions still hold sway over most of it. In some of the more remote side valleys and villages Shamanism is still practised along with animistic rituals. Kinnaur invariably leaves an indelible impact on the travelers because of its unmistakable and intense spiritual aura and palpable Himalayan Mysticism. For this is the land where Lord Shiva is believed to reside on the Famed Mount Kinner Kailash considered to be one of his favourite haunts. Kinnar Kailash Parikrama trek is also known as Charang Pass / Lalanti Pass Trek takes us to Kinnaur, Charang pass trek is high altitude trek in the Kinnaur valley. The land of fairy tales and fantasies. It has a spectacular terrain of lush green valleys, orchards, vineyards snow-clad peaks and cold desert mountains. The district of Himachal Pradesh Kinnaur is also rich in flora & fauna and its culture and language is different from other parts of the state. The landscape of the area varies from the lush green orchards of the scenic Sangla Valley to the stark magnificence of the hanging valley. The landscape of the area varies from the lush green orchards of the scenic Sangla Valley to the stark magnificence of the Hangrang valley. The massive snow clad ranges that provide a regal dignity to the scene are dominated by the peak of Kinnar Kailash.The massive snow clad ranges that provide a regal dignity to the scene are dominated by the peak of Kinnar Kailash. Laks of devotees from India and abroad comes here pilgrimage visit every year. Although you can trek this place from May to September, but the Best time to visit the sacred place is 15 June to July when climate is suitable to all types of trekkers. The Actual trek is starting from Lambhar. This trek is packed not only with demanding days trekking and stunning high Himalayan scenery, but brims with a rich history of trade, religion, and diverse ethnic groups that make for an experience for both body and soul.
Shrikhand Mahadev Kailash
Mount Shrikhand Mahadev peak, located at an altitude of 5,155 meters resembles the Shivling. It is said that Lord Shiva meditated here and the Pandavas used to visit this peak. Devotees of Lord Shiva visit at the top of the mountain where there is a small shrine of Lord Shiva. Devotees trek to the peak during the main pilgrimage season of July and August. Shrikhand Mahadev is actually a pilgrimage place for Hindus. Shrikhand Mahadev is considered to be the abode of Lord Shiva. So it is a place of great attraction for the religious people as well as for climbers -Shrikhand Mahadev Peak Tour. A few glaciers also have to be crossed before reaching the majestic peak of Shrikhand, where pilgrims perform puja. The view from 5155 meters is simply splendid — one literally feels on the top of the world. The surrounding snowcovered peaks and mountains add to the grandeur. One cannot stay on the top for a long time as the winds there are very strong and bone-chilling. ShriKhand Kailash is situated at 16900 feet above sea level. It is usually undertaken to coincide with the Ashada Poornima or, full moon day of June to July) as per the Vikrami calendar. It can be accessed from Bathad, Gushani, Jeori and Jaon. The easiest and most travel starts from Jaon Village of Kullu district which is 167 Km. from Shimla and can be reached by Car, bus or bikes. Jaon is the starting point of this trek, where temple of goddess Shakti is situated. It is a 70-km two-way track passing through dense forests, water streams, sprawling meadows and lofty mountains. The climb is difficult and offers a panoramic view. 2 Km. from Jaon there is village called Singh gad, which was named after a brave man who dared to live their and established a village. Singh gad is the last habitat of civilization on this route. Anna Adventuress & Tours are organising this pilgrimage trek each and every year.
Join our Fixed departure for Two Shrikhand & Kinnar Kailash Trek
TOUR ITINERARY (16Days / 15 Nights)