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Kinner Kailash Trek 2019
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Kinner Kailash Trek 2019

Region: Himachal Pradesh<br><br>Duration: 8 Nights/ 9 days <br><br>Grade: Challenging<br><br>Attractions covered: Shimla, Chail, Kufri, Narkanda, Thangi, Lambar, Charang, Lalanti, Bindrabani, Tabo Monastery, Dhankar Monastery, Ki Monastery, Kibber, Kunzum La, Rohtang Pass and Manali <br><br>Short Itinerary<br><br>Day 1: Shimla – Chail – Kalpa<br><br>Maximum Altitude: 2960 m<br><br>Meals: Lunch and dinner<br><br>Stay: Guesthouse in Kalpa<br><br>Day 2: Acclimatization day at Kalpa<br><br>Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and dinner<br><br>Stay: Guesthouse in Kalpa<br><br>Day 3: Kalpa – Lambar <br><br>Maximum Altitude: 2896 m<br><br>Stay: Campsite in Lambar<br><br>Day 4: Lambar – Charang<br><br>Maximum Altitude: 3570 m<br><br>Stay: Campsite in Charang<br><br>Day 5: Charang – Lalanti<br><br>Maximum Altitude: 4420 m<br><br>Stay: Campsite in Lalanti<br><br>Day 6: Lalanti – Chitkul<br><br>Maximum Altitude: 5242 m<br><br>Stay: Campsite in Chitkul<br><br>Day 7: Chitkul – Tabo<br><br>Maximum Altitude: 3280 m<br><br>Stay: Guesthouse in Tabo<br><br>Day 8: Tabo – Losar<br><br>Maximum Altitude: 4000 m<br><br>Stay: Guesthouse in Losar<br><br>Day 9: Losar – Manali
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Connector699817 wrote a review Nov 2019
Hubli-Dharwad, India18 contributions12 helpful votes
Durga mata temple is traditional himachal style beautiful temple,here locally vehicle traffic is very less ,sarrounding high mountains inbetween river , here u can have pollution free air feel some thing different ,for stay,food good & reasonable prices,to reach Rekong peo from Simla ,Chandigad available buses or taxies,for complite rest this place is ideal.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Sightsee737349 wrote a review Sep 2019
McLeod Ganj, India594 contributions97 helpful votes
Kinnaur is a land of beautiful temples which are built in the traditional kathkuni style . A trip to Kinnaur is incomplete without a visit to the temples . Durga Mata temple is again a must visit place in Kinnaur
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Date of experience: September 2019
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arpitam wrote a review Jun 2019
Gurugram (Gurgaon), India678 contributions122 helpful votes
This is a very old and popular temple in Kothi village of Reckong Peo. One has to cover head with traditional head caps and leave the personal belongings in the lokera before entering the temple. Photography and leather products are not allowed inside. The temple has a spacious courtyard with pagoda style architecture. The inner sanctum is also very spacious and surrounded by chambers of temple authority. The face of the idol is normally covered with long hairs. But from 11 to 11.30 in the morning the devotees get a chance to see the golden face when the hairs are kept aside. Since the devi here is worshipped as tribal deity, the look is totally different as to what we are used to. It's recommended to visit if you pass through Reckong Peo.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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tn_kishore_reddy wrote a review Oct 2018
Bangalore186 contributions51 helpful votes
This centuries old temple is around 1.5 km walk from Reckong Peo’s Himachal Road Transport Corporation bus stand. It is built with layers of rocks and wood. Temple is sentry guarded and protected due to religious sentiments of local people associated with the temple. One needs to remove foot wear and enter the temple. Inside there is local headgear which is mandatorily to be used to cover the head. This is provided free of charge. The puja starts at 11am and goes on for approximately 45 min. They play some local musical instruments for the entire pooja period. During puja only temple priests are allowed to see the deity and puja rituals. Devotees and visitors need to sit at places away from deity view and once puja is over can go and view the deity. The goddess hidimbi is considered very powerful and people who lost their relatives in the mountains or those who are facing difficulties visit the temple often to make a wish. Architecturally the temple looks like a primitive pagoda and is beautiful with lot of open space inside the temple complex. A must see attraction to get a flavour of religious rituals of local people.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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Pragati C wrote a review Oct 2018
Kolkata, India60 contributions14 helpful votes
The localites say they are 25% Buddhist and 75% Hindu.. all the temples here will confirm this statement.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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