A High Peak in Spiti, Himachal Pradesh
Height of Kanamo Peak is 19553 feet, it lies in Spiti at the back of Tashi Ganga village and Kibber. This is not an easy peak to traverse, prior experience and knowledge are very important to overcome the challenges.
Exceptional 360 degree Views in Kanamo Peak
Kanamo Peak offers excellent views of the Great Himalayas. Kullu valley, Kinnaur ranges, Parang La Pass and Pin Parvati Pass can be seen towards Spiti, Ladakh and Lahaul.
Trek Through the Villages of Spiti in Kanamo Peak
On the way are some beautiful villages of Spiti. Kaza and Kibber are amid the deserted mountains and have cultivated fields there. The villagers cultivate peas and wheat.
ATM Point and Mobile Connectivity
ATM Point – Kaza is the last ATM point.
Mobile Connectivity- Only BSNL networks are available at Kaza there are no networks ahead, so finish all your important work and calls before starting of the trek.
About Valley of Flowers
Height of Kanamo Peak is 19553 feet.
It lies in Spiti at the back of Tashi Ganga village and Kibber.
This is not an easy peak to traverse, prior experience and knowledge are very important to overcome the challenges.
Highlights of this Trek
The excellent panorama views are the real highlight of this trek, Kullu valley, Kinnaur ranges, Parang La Pass and Pin Parvati Pass can be seen towards Spiti, Ladakh and Lahaul are seen clearly. Trekking through the villages of Spiti is also a delight of this trek.
Duration – 9 days (Manali to Manali)
Best Season – May, June and July
Level – Difficult
Highest Points – (19553 feet)
Temperature – Day (16°C to 20°C) Night (-4°C to -4°C)
Starting Point – Manali
Altitude Covered Per Day
Kaza (12,467 feet)
Kibber (14108 feet)
Kanamo Base Camp (15,748 feet)
Kanamo Peak (19,553 feet)
These points should not be avoided
1. Proper conditioning and training of body required
2. Proper gear and clothing for sub-zero temperatures
3. Sturdy hiking shoes are important
4. High altitude requires proper acclimatization
5. Intermittent or no signals
6. Carry travel light
7. Weather is unpredicted so the itinerary is flexible