Kanamo Peak (5975m) : An alpine peak in Spiti, Himachal Pradesh

Also known as the ‘White Lady’ peak, Kanamo Peak dominates the cold desert landscape of Spiti, and though is one of the most challenging treks in India, it does not demand any mountaineering skills. Perched at a staggering 19,600 ft., the summit is best attempted from the south eastern flank, and follows steep inclines laden with scree and moraine. The trek also introduces you to the native lifestyle and traditions of the rustic hamlets of Kaza and Kibber. The strenuous summit climb ends with unmatched panoramic views of the majestic peaks of Spiti, Kinnaur and Ladakh. Snaking through lush forests and verdant alpine meadows, the trek is another great alternative to the crowded Stok Kangri trek.

Himachal Pradesh | 7D/6N | 19,553 Ft | July to August

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The itinerary is as follows:

Day 1: Drive from Manali to Kaza

Day 2: Drive from Kaza to Kibber

Day 3: Trek from Kibber to Kanamo Peak Base Camp

Day 4: Acclimatization day at Kanamo base camp

Day 5: Kanamo base camp to Kanamo peak and back to base camp

Day 6: Trek from Basecamp to Kibber and drive to Kaza

Day 7: Drive from Kaza to Manali

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