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Kinner Kailsah Circuit (5242 m)

1998

HISTORY   According to Hindu scriptures,Kailash is home of Lord Shiva. A God of dance and destruction. This is very sacred peak and locals do not like any climbers  here.This is circuit of this sacred peak which was hardly visible during our adventure..hidden  in clouds.Trek  goes through  pastures, rocky mountains and then high altitude of 5242 Mtrs. of a Lalanti-La...which is hand -knee job .

Reaching Thangi :- Thangi is well connected by road with Shimla. Ancient silk route...now known as Indo- Tibetans road . We were three friends. Beside myself ,Mr. Gurpreet Singh, (Chief Pharmacist) and another G.P singh , Gurrinder Pal Singh (Lecturer ) having brand new Maruti 800 cc car of Gurpreet Singh. We reached Chandigarh and stopped for lunch. At 1.30 PM, I was on driving seat and we were off for Shimla. We reached Shimla around 5.0 PM and it was still day light so we decided to pull on. But heavy traffic and very bad road shape created a foggy(dense)night and sudden fall of temperature and by 8.0PM we landed in a hotel in PHAGU...tired ...we had dinner and we slept. Early morning, at 6.30 ,I started for RAMPUR BUSHEHER . It was a sunny day  and we all liked the country side view of Himachal Pradesh. Both my friends were interested to "fresh up" so I applied brakes near a waterfall. By 10.30 AM ,we were  crossing Rampur Busheher. We were enjoying classical music as well as regae...BOB MARLEY is somewhat great help in such type of drives as it  keeps the mood up. REKONG PEO  is Distt. HQ. in summer. We saw lot of people celebrating  independence day. Drive from Rekong Peo to Thangi is bit stressful as it needs lot of experience and control over the vehicle. It is 6Ft. road with blind cuts and river Satluj roars...hundred of feats below.....I  reached Thangi at 5.0 PM and by 5.30 we started climbing towards the village after parking the vehicle  near old ITBP post.

Thangi to Lumbar :- We started early but arrangement of kerosene took some time and after getting registered at ITBP post(which is very necessary,in case...)we started  our trek only to see that my Made in Thailand rucksack could not tolerate the load and opened like anything Surjit Negi ,a local friend had been with us...he had some urgent work and could not accompany us He came  for "see off" but when he saw badly damaged rucksac..he went back with astonishing speed and gave me his own. Somehow we started again and after having first encounter of trek,nature,adventure of walking on thin lines...we reached Lumbar...a small village.We were four now as our porter young,dark guy from Nepal.We call him Bahadur.Thangi to Lumbar is  2-3 Hrs walk for an average pace.After dinner,we had a good meeting with ITBP personal at lumbar as my friend has dropped keys of car somewhere ,and naturally he was in bad mood......We started at 7.0AM for Surting....our next stop

Lumbar to Surting :- After getting out from Lumbar ...the trek starts its upward journey and in sharp sun it become good effort to walk. From Thangi  to Surting-Charang....the trek goes on the bank of "Lumbar Gad" gad is known as stream and it falls into Satluj river at Morang...which is on way to Thangi from Reckong Peo. It took us three hrs. to climb first part of the trek and by going through rocky ridges,we reached Surting at 3.30 PM. For an average pace ,It is three hrs journey depends upon attitude,load,weather and partner....

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