Mount Kinner Kailash is located in Kinnaur Valley of Himachal pradesh, Its is one of the 5 mount Kailash , 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.
Located in Kinnaur Valley of Himachal Pradesh state of India, Mount Kinner Kailash (6050 m) is listed among one of the five mount Kailash. This place is believed to be the home of Load Shiva from where he regulates the Universe. Earlier, the Parikrama to this holy place was about 200 kms, but now the path has been cut short for the convenience of the pilgrims. The Parikrama or circumambulation at this place starts from Kalpa via Triung valley and back to Kalpa via Sangla valley. Many pilgrims visit this sacred place every year.
Mount Kinner Kailash holds a religious significance among the Hindus because of the huge "SHIVA LINGAM", which is a 79 feet vertical rock formation that looks like a Shivlinga. This rock formed representation of Lord Shiva believes to change its colors throughout the day. Kinner Kailash is counted among one of the legendary abodes of Lord Shiva.
Situated at Indo-Tibet boarder, entry to Kinnaur valley was restricted even for Indian nationals till 1993 and even today for foreign nations, tourists from foreign countries need to register themselves with Inner line permit. This trek is one of the toughest treks and best meant for spiritual and adventure passionate. Trekking to Kinner Kailash is very rewarding and challenging for experienced rekkers.
At Trekking in Himachal, we offer an exciting holiday tour to Kinner Kailash. This trekking tour will take you to the land of fairy tales from where you can have a stunning view of cold desert mountains, winery snow-clad peaks, lush green valleys and fields of beautiful orchard flowers. Also, you can witness amazing view of the spectacular landscape. This adventure tour will take you to the scenic Sangla Valley and Hangrang valley that are naturally blessed. Best season to visit this trek is between Mid May to September.