A sacred mountain measuring 6,638 metres in height and a member of the Kailash Range, Kailash Parbat or Mount Kailash is found in China's Tibet Autonomous Region. The enormous snow-covered mountain is visible from a few places in India, particularly in Himachal Pradesh, including Khajjiar Ground and Dainkund Peak, although accessing it necessitates completing a difficult method. An amazing peak view is available from the open Khajjiar Ground (Chamba) on clear days, which is best experienced through binoculars. On the other hand, a 2-hour hike to Dalhousie's Dainkund Peak would reward you with stunning views of the Pir Panjal mountain ranges and the Kailash Parbat.
You can see Mountain Kailash, the abode of Lord Shiva, from Khajjiar on a clear, sunny day. You can also explore the area on foot while admiring the beauty of the natural setting, or you can ride a horse for a lower cost.