Key information: Kinnaur Kailash
- This tough, high trek crosses the 5,280m Charang La in the Kinnaur range, near the sacred peak and pilgrim destination of Kinnaur Kailash (indeed it is part of the sacred kora round said peak).
- You will enjoy gorgeous mountainscapes as well as the area's strong Buddhist culture.
- Tough walking in remote mountains, where altitude can cause real problems (the Charang La is at 5,280m). Come fully prepared, including proper acclimatization. Briefish info in Lonely Planet's Trekking in the Indian Himalaya. Check the current permit requirements.
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- Walkopedia rating91
- Natural interest16
- Human interest12
- Negative points3
- Total rating91
- Note: Neg: altitude
- Length: 46km
- 4 days
- Maximum Altitude: 5,280m
- Level of Difficulty: Strenuous
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