Pir Panjal Range
Key information: Pir Panjal Range
- Very remote, totally unspoilt range north of the lovely and interesting Chamba and Ravi valleys.
- Various walking options: cross the 4,966m Chobla La or 5,040m Kugti La or Hampta Pass to the Lahaul valley toward Ladakh. Ascend to Deo Tibba Base Camp or cross the Chandrakani Pass.
- A shorter walk is southward to sacred Mani Mahesh Lake, below Kailash Peak (not to be confused with its famous Tibetan namesake). A 40km (3 day) round trip in the Mani Mahesh Range.
- Best months: June or July (depending on trek) to mid or late October. Monsoon until September.
- Tough, high walking in remote mountains, where altitude can cause problems. Come fully prepared. This page is at an early stage of development. Please help us by recommending your best walks/making suggestions and sending photos! Thank you!
- Walkopedia rating84.5
- Natural interest15.5
- Human interest5
- Negative points0
- Total rating84.5
- Note: Negs: altitude?
- Length: 100km/6 days
- Maximum Altitude: Variable
- Level of Difficulty: Variable
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