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Shrikhand Kailash Trek Tour

18,500 / 

Tour Details

Fixed Departure Dates

10 July |  14 July | 5 September 2022

Shrikhand Kailash

Climbing to the heights of Shrikhand Kailash – one of the most challenging religious Himalayan treks in India. The whole experience is like access to a stairway to heaven. It is a magical moment as one reaches the top. It enchants the devotee with divine waves of emotions. Thrills and chills move you inside out, also as one can feel the effusion scenic of mountains all around. Located at an altitude of 5595 meters / 18350 ft height, Shrikhand Mahadev Peak creates an aura of a Shivling. It is believed that Lord Shiva meditated at this peak and it was visited by Pandavas as well. The peak offers engrossing views of nature. The surrounding snow-covered peaks add to the natural charm of the place. The trek to Shrikhand Mahadev is a treat for adventurers, nature lovers, and spirituality seekers. At the top of Shrikhand Mahadev, there is a small shrine of Lord Shiva that is visited by the devotees to a great extent. July and August is the main pilgrimage season in which the devotees of Lord Shiva pay a visit to the peak of the mountain. Thus, Shrikhand Mahadev can be considered as a destination of great importance for both the Hindu devotees and trekking enthusiasts the same.


Legend behind Shrikhand Mahadev Yatra

Based on Hindu mythology, Bhasamasur meditated for several years. Lord Shiva got pleased and gave him bhasama kangan. Due to pride and ego, Bhasamasur tried to use the bhasama kangan (the invisible powder) on Lord Shiva , Mahadev vanished into a cave and later appeared on a hilltop that is presently known as the Shrikhand Mahadev Peak and the cave into which he had vanished is known as Devdhank and is situated near Nirmand.

Legend also reveals that the Pandavas had undertaken this pilgrimage. The Beautiful mountains of the Indian Himalayas are home to exotic flora and fauna. Huge snow-clad peaks, arresting panorama, and serenity of environs make the Himalayas a great destination for nature admirers, pilgrims, adventure enthusiasts, and almost all kinds of tourists.

For adventure junkies, Trekking especially is one of the most sought-after adventure activities in the Indian Himalayas. The perfect settings of these mountains create ideal trails for trekkers. There are treks available on the Indian side of the Himalayas comprising of all three difficulty levels i.e. easy, medium, and tough.


Tough treks like Shrikhand Mahadev in the Indian Himalayas offer the real test of endurance for a trekking lover. It provides the trekkers with a once-in-a-lifetime experience that remains etched in their minds forever.

 Duration 6 Nights / 7 Days
 Max Altitude 5595 Mtrs / 18,350 Ft Height

 Trek Info:

Region:                        Western Himalaya
Duration:                     7 Days
Grade:                         Hard & Difficult Trek
Max Altitude:               5595 mtrs / 18,350 ft height
Trekking Km:              35 kms
Trail Type:                   A cross-over trail through passes.
Rail head:                     Shimla is the nearest railhead to Shimla
Air Port:                       Jubbarhatti airport, which is 22 km away from Shimla
Surface:                       Shimla is well connected to Delhi
Base Camp:                 Srikhand
Best Season:               June End to Mid of August
Snow:                          Round the year except for monsoon and post-monsoon
Services from:             Shimla to Shimla
Food:                           Meals while on trek (Veg.)
Stay:                            Camping 

Tour Itinerary

Day 01: Shimla to Jao Village

Option 1 – We can also start from Chandigarh

Drive Chandigarh to Shimla at a supplement cost (112 km 4hrs)

Shimla to Jao Village Via Devdhank and Surya Narayan Temple (one in India in Neerth, Himachal Pradesh). 160 kms journey by car. 6 hours drive. Overnight at Camp.

The first day starts with a ride from Chandigarh to Shimla. From Shimla, you will have to drive to Narkanda and then drive to Nirmad, which is the biggest village in Himachal Pradesh. After we reach Nirmad, you will have to cross the river to get to Baghipul where you retire for the night. The distance between Shimla to Baghipul is approximately 140 km. There are local buses and shared taxis which will connect you with the same. There are plenty of guesthouses and hotels in Baghipul to choose from.

Day 02: Jao to Thaacharu

Trek starts early in the morning (12 km trek) 9-10 hours. Overnight at Camp.

Start early by taking a cab ride to Jaon, which is a small village, and get ready for walking. We get the first glimpse of the Shrikhand peak from the village itself. The trek starts from Jaon and the first stop comes after 3 kms at a village called Singhaard. You can stop at Singhaard for some rest and refreshments. Then head out to your next destination, Barathi nala which is again about 3 km from Singhaard. Here you cross a bridge and move on to Thachru, which is at a distance of 10 km. This part of the trek is tough as the climb is steep. Here you have to climb the 80-degree steep land known as Danda Dhaar. This part of the trail is covered in Deodar forests. We reach Thachru and camp here for the night. During the yatra time, there are single/shared tents available. Food is also easily available at an affordable price.

Day 03: Thaacharu to Kunsha

(9 km trek) 9-10 hours. Overnight at Camp.

Day 04: Kunsha to Bhim Dawari

(7 km trek) 3-4 hours. Overnight at Camp.

This day starts at 4 am have a sumptuous breakfast and start walking towards Bheem Dwar. The first 3 km of the trail is a straight climb from Thachru to Kali ghati. From Kali Ghati you get a 360-degree view of the mountains around you. From Kali Ghati you move on to Bhim Talai which is around 1.5 km away. This distance is downhill. You can stop at Bhim Talai for some tea and refreshments. After some rest move on to Kunsa. This place is surrounded by big waterfalls and has enchanting scenery. The next destination will be Bheem Dwar, which is a place full of rare flowers and shrubs. Bheem Dwar is used as grazing grounds by shepherds. We will reach Bheem Dwar by the end of the day and camp there for the night. You can find multiple tents to stay in and ample food.

Day 05: Bhim Dawari to Shrikhand Kailash Darshan & back to Kunsha

(12 km trek).13-14 hours. Overnight at Camp.

This day also starts early, with your headlamps on you start walking and reach Parvati Bagh at the crack of the dawn. At Parvati Bagh you can find the rare Brahma Kamal. This place is just below Shrikhand Mountain. You continue walking towards Nain Sarovar for another 2 km. This lake is considered to be formed by the tears of Goddess Parvati. This lake remains usually partially frozen. After a short stop at the lake, move on to our final destination Shrikhand peak. This part of the trek is quite tough as it is full of moraines. You have to cross many small peaks in order to reach the Shrikhand peak and soon reach Bheem Baiee where you have to cross many stone tunnels and moraines again. From here you can see the peak clearly. In about an hour you reach the peak and the enchanting views fill you with a sense of victory. After taking gazillion pictures, start to retrace your steps to Bheem Dwar, where you camp again for the night.

Day 06: Kunsha to Jao

(21 km trek) 10 hours trek and drive to Rampur (35 km drive by car). Overnight at Hotel.

Day 07: Rampur to Shimla (120 km drive)

Breakfast Check out



- Neat & Clean Accommodation on a shared basis (2 at Home Stay/Hotel, 4 at Camps).

- Land Transfer as per itinerary only Sedan/Innova/ Tempo Traveler or similar (Chandigarh to Jaon & return to Chandigarh).

- Stay on Shared Basis.

- Veg Meals (starting from Day 1 Dinner to Day 7 Breakfast). Jain food is also available please ask while bookings.

- Services of Mountaineering course Certified & Expert Trek Leader, Local Guide, Support Staff (Cook, Helper, Porter, & Mules).

- All Camping and Forest Permits.

- Group captain throughout the tour.

- Basic First Aid Medical Kit.

- Camping Equipment (Tent, Sleeping Bag, Mat, Kitchen Tent, Utensils).

- Shrikhand Yatra Fees.

- & Full power Fun



- 5% GST

- Any services not mentioned in the inclusions.

- any insurance, emergency evacuation charges, rescue charges, hospitalization, any meals, or snacks during land transfer.

- any off-loading/porterage of personal luggage or personal Porter.



- Every Trekker has to carry his own backpack. If someone requires off-loading. Please ask while bookings. Off-loading charges extra, ₹900 per bag per day upto 7kg.

- Personal Porter also available on extra cost.  Porter charges ₹1800 per day including his stay & food (if in advance).


Things to Carry

1. Wind & Waterproof Jacket-1.

2. Pullover/Sweatshirt-2, Full Sleeve T-Shirt - 2  (Lightweight), T-shirt - 2, Nights wear set.

3. Thermal - 1 (Top & Lower).

4. Woolen Cap-1, Neck-Warmer-1, Waterproof Gloves-1, Trekking Socks-5, Woolen Socks-2.

5. Poncho/Rain suit - 1 (Mandatory)

6. Waterproof Trekking Shoes with good grip - 1, Crox-1.

7. Cold Cream, Sunscreen Lotion, Lip Balm/ Lip Guard.

8. Personal Medicines, Inhalers (if any suffer from asthma).

9. Water Bottle – 2 (Mandatory).

10. Head Lamp or Torch with a fresh pair of Batteries (Mandatory).

11. Power Bank to charge Mobile and Digi Camera.

12. Personal Toilet Kit and Toilet Paper.

13. Sun Cap/Hat-1, Early-Dry Towel-1.

14. Sunglasses  (Mandatory).

15. Trekking Pant-2 (Mandatory), Lightweight Lower - 1.

16. Digi Camera with charged Batteries (to capture memories).

17. Trekking Pole-1 (Mandatory).

18. Backpack (Min 55 Ltrs) with rain cover.

19. Daypack (min 15 Ltrs) with rain cover to carry your daily needs and digi camera.

20. Dry Ration (Dry Fruits, Chocolates, Candy).

21. Mandatory Documents: Please carry the Original & Photocopy of Govt. Photo Identity Card (any of Driving License, Adhar Card, Passport), Medical Certificate from any Registered Practitioner (MBBS),and most important the Adventure Spirit.


Cost of the Tour: INR18,500 pp


Payment Gateway Link: Payment Gateway Online card payments


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