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Himachal Pradesh is the ideal place to enjoy both winter and summer sports all through the year. It literally means the " Land of snow " but can also be refered to as the '' Land of Gods ". It enjoys a unique position in the Indian Himalayas. Nature here is both sublime and beautiful , rugged and harsh , from the green meadows to the fertile valleys of Kangra and Kullu to the barren valleys of Lahoul and Spiti on whose rocky slopes not even a blade of grass grows.

Kinnaur, the land of fairy tales and fantasies, has a spectacular terrain of lush green valleys, orchards, vineyards snow-clad peaks and cold desert mountains. The border district of Himachal Pradesh, Kinnaur is also rich in flora & fauna and its culture and language is different from other parts of the state. Kinnaur, the tribal district of Himachal Pradesh, is about 250 km away from Shimla, the capital of Himachal Pradesh and is situated on the national Highway No. 22 (Hindustan Tibet Road).

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 Kinner Kailash, at the lap of which is located Hotel Kinner Kailash. Kalpa is one of the biggest and beautiful villages of Kinnaur district.

This is a wonderful trek in Kinnaur circuits The revered Kinnaur Kailash mountain. Kinnaur was forbidden to trekkers till a few years ago consequently these trails have been less used and over explored last about two centuries ago.

The Kinnaur Kailash Range borders the Disctrict of Kinnaur in the south and is dominated by the Kinnaur Kailash (6349 Mts) and Jonkarden (6473 Mts) peaks. The only pass on this trek is the Charang La at an awesome altitude of 5300 Mts above sea level. The trek is challenging and also rewarding for experienced trekkers.
Delhi-Dharamsala-Bathad-Bashleo Pass-Sarahan-Thangi-Lambar-
Season : June till Mid September
Duration : 17 Days
Grade : Moderate
Day 01: Arrive Delhi
Meeting and assistance on arrival and transfer to your hotel Oberoi Maidens. Overnight at hotel.
Day 02: Delhi
Full day sightseeing of Old and New Delhi. We begin with Red Fort, built by the great Mughal Shah Jahan in the 17th century. Rising amid the chaotic huddle of streets is the Jama Masjid, India's most beautiful mosque, its black-striped marble cupolas etched against the skyline. We'll visit the Red Fort and explore the bustling Chandni Chowk, the best of all Asian bazaars. Everything here contrasts vividly with New Delhi's spacious gardens, sparkling ornamental waters and immense formal vistas. Visit
India Gate – The memorial arch of the World War, President House – official residence of India’s President. Then visit Qutab Minar, which was built by Qutub‘ud din in 1199 as a memorial of victory. Later in the evening Dinner at Choor Bizare at 1900 hrs. After dinner connect Jammu mail for Pathankot (dep 2110 hrs).
Overnight in train.
Day 03 : Arrive Pathankot at 0710 hrs and drive to Dharamsala
    (90 km 3/4 hrs.)
Meeting and assistance on arrival and drive to Dharamsala, situated at the height of1400M.
Dharamsala is the third most popular hill station in the state. Macleod-ganj a charming Tibetan settlement with bustling bazaars that sell Tibetan handicrafts and delicious Tibetan food. The major center for the studies of Tibetan culture. It is the resident of Dalai Lama and is also famous for its arts and handicrafts. In the afternoon, visit Namgayal Monastery. Overnight at Asia Health Resort.
Day 04 : Dharamsala
Morning visit to the Norbulingka Institute and the thangka painting masters. Afternoon visit the Tibetan medical library and the medical center. Evening free to explore the down town. Overnight at Resort.
Day 05 : Dharamsala to Bathad by surface (160 km 7-8 hrs)
Very early start at 0700 hrs. Enroute Tea Gardens at Palampur and Shiva temple at Bajnath. Evening free to rest and relax. Overnight in tents.
Day 06 : Bathad-Bashleo Pass - trek
After breakfast start the trek. Overnight in tents.
Day 07 : Trek Bashleo Pass to Kullu Sarahan & drive to Sarahan
This day we trek up to Kullu Sarahan and afterwards drive to Sarhan. Evening visit the temple. Overnight in Hotel Srikand, situated on the top of the hill with panoramic view of the Himalayan ranges.
Day 08 : Sarahan-Thangi – drive
After breakfast drive to Thangi. Drive along the Sutlej Valley to Thangi (2760 Mts) via the district headquarters at Recong Peo. Overnight Camp
Day 09 : Thangi-Lambar - trek
Trek through some beautiful alpine scenery to Lambar (2890 Mts). Parts of the trail pass through a grand gorge. Overnight Camp.
Day 10 : Lambar-Charang- trek
We gain almost a lot of height this day and camp at the substantially large village at Charang (3500 Mts) which is named after the pass of the same name. Overnight Camp
Day 11 : Charang-Lalanti Base-trek
The pasteurs around Lalanti (4420 Mts) are visited by sheperds in the summer months same as other high altitude meadows in the Himalayas. Overnight Camp
Day 12 :Lalanti Bass –Lalanti - trek
Pack camp after an early breakfast and start the ascent towards the Charang La (5260 Mts). The trail is demanding but spectacular views from the top of the Pass are almost Assured. The descend from the top is quite steep. Camp on the other side of the pass.
Overnight Camp
Day 13 : Lalanti -Chitkul – Trek and drive to Sangla
It’s the last day of trek. Descend down to Chitkul, where the vehicles are waiting and drive to Sangla. Camp near the stream. Evening to explore the Sangla valley and village.
Overnight in Camp.
Day 14 : Sangla-Shimla- drive (approx 280 km, 10 hrs)
After early breakfast drive to Shimla, situated at an altitude of 2130m, Shimla is the capital and the most important town of Himachal Pradesh. It derives its name from an ancient temple of goddess 'Shamla', a synonym of 'Kali'. Shimla was discovered by the British in 1819 but it was only in 1822 that the first permanent house was built here by a young officer, Major Kennedy-and it is still there. Shimla assumed the title of being the summer capital of the British Raj. It not only became famous for its high-flown

social life, but eventually became a center of many important activities which are landmarks in the political history of India. In the evening take a walk on the Mall, Ridge and explore the down town.
Overnight stay at Oberoi Clarks Hotel
Day 15 : Shimla
After breakfast at Hotel, we would proceed for a heritage walk of Shimla. Start your walk from here to the Indian Institute of Advanced Studies (formerly known as Viceregal Lodge). On this walk past many other structures etc of Brit ish Era like the Shimla Club, Gaiety Theater, The Mall, The Ridge, Gorton Castle now office of The Accountant General, State Museum of Himachal and finally ending the walk at the magnificent Indian Institute of Advanced Studies or the Viceregal Lodge. Afternoon at Leisure for relaxation. Overnight at hotel.
Day 16 : Shimla-Delhi
After breakfast drive to Kalka (90 km) to connect Paschim Express for Delhi (dep 1010 hrs). Arrive Delhi at 1410 hrs. Meeting and assistance on arrival and transfer to your hotel (rooms for wash and change). Late in the evening after the farewell dinner drive to international airport to connect flight back home.
Day 17 : Depart Delhi for onward journey or fly back home


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