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Kinner Kailash Trek

10 Days

Trip Info

  • 6,050 m
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • Guided
  • 14
  • 60


At 17,200 feet, the Kinnaur Kailasha, frequently known as Kinner Kailash locally is located in the Kinnaur area of Himachal Pradesh, India. It has significant spiritual meaning for the nearby groups of Buddhists and Hindus. The Zanskar, the Greater Himalaya, and the Dhauladhar are three beautiful mountain ranges that surround Kinnaur and provide breathtaking views for trekkers. These ranges are what make the region attractive. The walk includes a great parikrama, starting from Kalpa and going around the Triung Valley before returning via the Sangla Valley. The Sutlej River, which starts on the southern side of Kailash Parvat in Tibet and flows through the Kinnaur valley, helps to the beautiful splendor of the way. Trekkers looking for adventure in the heart of nature value this experience.

Kinner Kailash Trek Highlights

  • Witness the awe-inspiring monolithic pillar, Shivling, situated at approximately 4,800 meters above sea level.
  • Traverse the Kinnaur Kailash Range, which delineates the southern boundary of the Kinnaur district, dominated by towering peaks such as Jorkanden, with an elevation of 6,473 meters, the highest in the Kinner-Kailash range.r Kailash Range borders the district of Kinnaur in the south and is dominated by Jorkanden (elevation- 6473m) peaks. Jorkanden is the highest peak in the Kinner-Kailash range.
  • Experience the tranquility and charm of the Kinnaur valley as the Sutlej River, originating near Mansarovar Lake in Tibet from the slopes of Kailash Parvat, gracefully flows through its midst.


Upon reaching Shimla early morning, ascend to Jhaku Hill after breakfast to explore the Hanuman Temple, museum, and Advanced Study Hall. Return to the hotel for lunch. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon at the mall. Spend the night at the hotel.

Following breakfast, embark on a scenic drive through Kufri and Narkandha, descending to Rampur, the historic Himalayan kingdom of Rampur Bushahr.
Continue your journey to Sarahan, known as the summer capital of Rampur Bushahr. Explore a 1500-year-old temple and enjoy stunning vistas of the Shir Khand peaks. Spend the night camping amidst this picturesque setting.

Kalpa, at 2290 meters, we'll be accommodated in a guest house or camp.
Our journey continues to Recongpeo, the administrative center of the Kinnaur district.
Explore the monastery perched atop the town, offering a direct view of the majestic Kinner Kailash Mountain, considered one of Lord Shiva's mythical abodes.
Enjoy an overnight stay in a camp or guest house.

We'll depart for Thangi by vehicle, and then embark on a gentle trek alongside the stream towards the picturesque Lamber campsite.
Tonight, we'll be camping in Lamber under the stars.

On the fifth day of the Kinner Kailash trek, our journey takes us from Lamber to Charang. This leg of the trek traverses varied terrain, passing through the Surting shepherd house. We will conclude the day with an overnight stay at the Surting shepherd house.

On this day, we embark on a scenic trek from Charang to Lalanti, spanning a total distance of 11 kilometers adorned with vibrant wildflowers. Lalanti offers a picturesque setting for camping, providing an ideal spot for an overnight stay.

Our route takes us through Moraine and boulders, ascending towards the base camp. We'll be camping on the glacier field amidst the moraines.
Overnight accommodation at the Charang Basecamp.

Our journey entails a challenging two-hour ascent over rugged terrain until we reach the pass.
Descending from the pass, we're greeted with breathtaking scenery as we make our way to Chhitkul, the final village nestled in the Baspa Valley before the Indo-Tibet Border.
Tonight, we'll camp near the village for a well-deserved rest.

Our journey today takes us from Chitkul to Sangla, nestled in the picturesque Baspa Valley. This valley, crowned by Kamrufort, is one of Kinnaur's most stunning landscapes. Explore the fort and village before settling in for an overnight camp stay.

• Travel from Sangla to Shimla, covering a distance of 203 km.
• The journey from Sangla to Shimla typically spans 6-7 hours.
• Sangla Valley, nestled in Karcham, lies 203 kilometers away from Shimla.
• Today marks the departure from the Shimla Kaza Highway as you cross the Karcham Dam.
• Your enchanting trek to Kinner Kailash, brimming with cherished moments, concludes today.



  • 1. Accommodation: Shared stay in hotels or tents along the Kinnaur Kailash trek.
  • 2. Meals: Vegetarian meals provided - dinner, breakfast, lunch, and snacks during the trek.
  • 3. Transfers: Transportation from Shimla and back is included in the package.
  • 4. Permits: All necessary trekking, camping, and forest permits are covered.
  • 5. Trek Team: Qualified trek leaders with mountaineering and first aid training, along with certified guides, cooks, helpers, and porters.
  • 6. Equipment: First aid kit, oxygen cylinders, oximeter, etc., available with the guide and at the campsite for emergencies.


  • 1. GST (5%)
  • 2. Guide Tip
  • 3. Porter Tip
  • 4. Medical Expenses
  • 5. Insurance
  • 6. Extra Accommodation and Food Expenses (if required) at ₹3000 per day
  • 7. Availability-dependent expenses like horses
  • 8. Personal Expenses
  • 9. Anything not mentioned in the inclusions
  • 10. Tour Guide/Manager for Delhi-Kathgodam-Delhi train journey.


Which shoes are suitable for the Kinner Kailash trek?

Consider hiking boots with excellent grip, durability, waterproofing, and low weight.

What clothing and gear do I need for the conclusion of the Kinner Kailash trek?

Before embarking on the Kinner Kailash trek, ensure you have warm and comfortable attire to withstand potential drops in temperature. Additionally, pack high-quality trekking shoes, sandals, and an extra set of socks. It’s recommended to bring sunscreen or moisturizers for protection from the harsh sun at higher altitudes. Don’t forget water bottles and energy snacks for sustenance. A flashlight with spare batteries will prove invaluable after dusk while carrying insect repellent and an emergency medical kit is wise for unforeseen circumstances.

How hard is the Kinner Kailash trek, and can kids go?

The Kinner Kailash trek is tough, circling the sacred Mount Kailash in Kinnaur, Himachal. It’s a 60 km journey demanding excellent fitness, agility, and confidence. Kids as young as 14 can join if they’re fit enough.

When is the ideal time for Kinnaur Kailash Trekking?

The best months are spring (March to May) and autumn (September to October). These times have nicer weather, avoiding extreme cold or hot temperatures.

How tall is the Kinner Kailash mountain?

It reaches up to 6500 meters. People in the Kinnaur region, who follow Hinduism and Buddhism, hold it sacred.

Why is it named Kinner Kailash?

Kinnaur is very important for people who love Lord Shiva because there’s a 79-foot tall Shiva linga there that changes colors every second. It’s also where Lord Shiva met the goddess.

Is it okay if we touch Mount Kailash?

Nope! Mount Kailash is super sacred, so nobody can touch it. People trek around it instead, which is cool because it keeps the mountain untouched by humans and adds to its beauty.

Why is the Kinner Kailash Shivling Trek important?

The trek leads you to a special place where Lord Shiva is believed to reside. There’s a tall, vertical rock called the Shivling, about 79 feet high. On sunny days, you can even see it change color as the day progresses.

When Should I Go to the Kinner Kailash Trek's Starting Point?

The Kinner Kailash travel starts in the town of Sangla, about 230 kilometers from Shimla. There are multiple ways you’ll have to get there:

  1. By Transport: You can travel with us or hire a private taxi from Shimla to Sangla.
  2. By Bus: Another option is to take a bus directly from Shimla to Sangla.

If you’re covering a longer distance:

  • Via Air: Take a flight from Delhi or similar major towns to Shimla. Air India travels every day at 7:45 a.m. with service from Delhi to Shimla. You can also travel into Chandigarh or Delhi, and then take a taxi or bus to Shimla.
  • By Train: Get off at Kalka Station if you’re going by train. Shimla is roughly a 1.5-hour drive away from there. Taxis as well as buses are easily available for this traveling.
  • By Road: Every day, overnight buses leave daily for Shimla from Delhi’s Kashmere Gate ISBT. This journey takes about 11 and 12 hours.


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Trip Info

  • 6,050 m
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • Breakfast and Dinner
  • Guided
  • 14
  • 60