The Parang La trek is an adventurous and difficult trekking route that was once a traditional ancient route used by traders from Spiti Valley, Ladakh, and Tibet. For centuries, traders from Changtang and Rupshu have braved this treacherous trail to attend the famous Ladarcha Fair in Spiti Valley. The trek begins in Kibber, one of the world’s highest villages, and continues through the ancient route to Tibet, crossing the Parang La at 5600 metres. The trail winds up along the banks of Tso Moriri Lake, which is located at an elevation of over 4500 metres in the Rupshu area of Ladakh.
The lake is famous for its Bar-headed geese, black-necked cranes, and Brahminy Ducks. Along the lake, one can also see Marmots and Kiang (wild ass). The Parang La Trek concludes in Karzok, a village on the west bank of Tso Moriri Lake at an elevation of over 4500 metres. Karzok is home to a Drukpa Buddhist monastery as well as nomads who trade in Pashmina wool and salt.
Village Mansari, PO Haripur
District Kullu H.P
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