If Trekking is your ultimate goal and you breathe the air for mountaineering, Mount Indrasan, known as climber’s peak your best selection in Himachal Pradesh, India. At an altitude of 6221 meters above the sea level, it remains in the Kullu district and considered one of the most dangerous trekking spots in Himachal. It is almost an expedition of 16 days.
The name Indrasan in the local terminology asana stands for a dwelling place, as it is a combined word of Indra and asana it means the dwelling place of Indra. As per Hindu Mythology Indra is the king of heaven and he is believed to have resided on this mountain whenever he arrives on the earth.
The almost vertical advancement of 80 to 90 degrees and the frequent avalanches make Indrasan as the most difficult Mountain in Pir Panjal ranges. The actual ascending of this mountain starts at the base camp situating at 4500 feet height. The rest needs rope fixing as well.
During this climb, the people can enjoy different snow engulfed mountains including Pancharatan Peak and Deo Tibba Peak and finally ends up in Chandrakhani Pass where all the Gods and Goddesses meet according to the popular stories.
The mesmerizing days in the snow and the veins having the thrill of exploration is the best reward from here. Keeping aside all the hazards through the journey a mighty life long memory of the great Himalaya is waiting for you in Indrasa.