Mani Mahesh Kailash
Key information: Mani Mahesh Kailash
- A lovely there-and-back pilgrimage trail through fine forests and meadows to this gorgeous, sacred lake below dramatic Mani Mahesh Kailash, from which you can explore further into the gorgeous meadow of the high range to gain even better views.
- Investigate the area's traditional Hindu way of life.
- You can walk on over the Chobu Pass (tough at 4,940m) to make a superb, 10-or-so-day circuit.
- Be there in mid Sept-mid Oct. Walking in remote mountains, where altitude can cause problems. Come fully prepared. Briefish info in Lonely Planet's Trekking in the Indian Himalaya. Good section in the Trekking and Climbing the Indian Himalaya.
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- Walkopedia rating91
- Natural interest16
- Human interest10
- Negative points0
- Total rating91
- Note: Neg: altitude
- Length: 40km/3 days
- Maximum Altitude: 4,100m
- Level of Difficulty: Moderate
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