Kinnaur Kailash Peak (6500 m or 21320 ft) - In the Kinnaur district or the Kailash district of Himachal Pradesh, there is a peak known as the Kinnaur peak or the Kinnaur Kailash Peak and this peak is the highest peak in the Kinnaur Kailash Range and is also the tallest one there with an altitude of 6500 m. One of the toughest treks in India, known as the Charang La Pass trek goes from this area.
Indrasan Peak (6220 m, 20401 ft) - Once you cross the Hampta pass and get a first glance of the Indrasan peak, then you will know the glorious reason why this peak is known as Indrasan peak or the Aasan of Indra, meaning the throne of the rain god of Indian mythology. Indrasan peak is considered to be the world’s fifth most technical summit peak and was considered to be a virgin peak by mankind till 1960.
Deo Tibba Peak (6001 m, 19683 ft) - The Deo Tibba Peak in the marvellous Kullu valley is at an altitude of 6001 meters. If you are a mildly experienced mountain climber then you should attempt to climb this peak to gain experience in the art and sport of mountaineering and mountain climbing. The Deo Tibba trek has magnificent views of the Deo Tibba peak and is a really fun and adventurous trek. There are many resorts in Himachal Pradesh in the Kullu valley that give access to the Deo Tibba trek.
Hanuman Tibba Peak (5860 m, 19220 ft) - This beautiful Himalayan peak named after the Hindu god Hanuman is at an altitude of 19220 feet and is a very technical summit. The location of this peak is near Manali. The look of this magnificent peak is different from each side as it is shaped like a pyramid with a steep slide climb on all sides making it a very tough summit to achieve.