Lamkhaga Pass

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The Lamkhaga Pass (5,282 m / 17,320 ft) is one of the toughest pass which connects Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh with Harshil in Uttrakhand.[1] The Lamkhaga Pass trek starts from Chitkul the last Village of sangla valley in Himachal, though it can be done from Harshil side also. This trek is a fairly remote trek, which was first crossed by Greek-British author and mountaineer Marco Alexander Pallis in 1933. Pallis was a Greek-British author and mountaineer who was famous for his writings on Tibetan Buddhism. He made a first ascent of Leo Pargial(6790m) in 1933[2].

This pass is located near Indo - Tibetan border and to cross the pass one needs to obtain inner line permit from the district administration of Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Kapadia, Harish (1 January 1999). Across Peaks & Passes in Garhwal Himalaya. Indus Publishing. p. 201. ISBN 9788173870972. Retrieved 23 July 2016.
  2. ^ "Lamkhaga pass trek blog". Raacho Trekkers.
  3. ^ "Lamkhaga Pass Trek - The Himalayan Adventure Saga". vikasbengani.blogspot.in. Retrieved 2018-01-19.