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Heaven on earth

Kunzum Pass is the one of the highest road in India. The pass is at approx. 15000 feet above sea... read more

Reviewed yesterday
kschouhan
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Jaipur, India
Cold and stunning!

This has to be a pit stop on your way from Kaza to Chandrataal. Its so high up that there's always... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
arorareshma
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Hyderabad, India
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Lahaul & Spiti, India
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Reviewed yesterday

Kunzum Pass is the one of the highest road in India. The pass is at approx. 15000 feet above sea level. when the passes through this pass entire beauty of spiti valley and nature is with you. The Kunzum Mata temple is situated at Kunzum...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This has to be a pit stop on your way from Kaza to Chandrataal. Its so high up that there's always bound to be a lot of wind and its gonna be cold. Very beautiful and worth a quick stop.

Thank arorareshma
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

An experience from a different world. Kunzum pass one of the highest points between Kaza and manali. Coming from manali, you have to go through this place to reach losar/Kaza/Chandratal. There's a temple of Kunzum mata here and nothing else. Remotely located and hardly any...More

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Reviewed 4 April 2018 via mobile

I have visited this place both the times while we were traveling to Kaza. I have felt this place in night as well as in day. This place is having some spiritual vibes with the flipping sound of flags induced by wind at height of...More

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Reviewed 6 February 2018

Its a high altitude motorable pass. Kunzum temple adds more beauty to kanzum pass. You will witness some awesome views there.

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Reviewed 28 December 2017 via mobile

The beautiful prayer flags and the surrounding snow capped mountains make it an ideal spot to relax your back, if you are travelling on the route from kaza to manali.. Do try to put coin on the stone inside the temple.. it's considered lucky..

Thank rami19
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Reviewed 1 November 2017

Kunzum Pass is some 125 km from Manali....... It connects Kullu Valley & Lahaul Valley with Spiti Valley....... It is en route Kaza...... Altitude 4,551 m .... It is one of India’s highest motor-able mountain passes ......higher than Rohtang Pass..... Popular with tourists visiting Lahaul,...More

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Reviewed 22 October 2017 via mobile

After coming from chandertaal now move upwards to the pass . Its a great place to view 360 degrees. Enjoy the lap of god. You can trek from chander taal or u can by road.

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Reviewed 19 February 2017

For every traveler, 'Kunzum' is a sacred place. So, it was a blessing to be able to finally pay our respect there. The pass between Kaza & Manali is where the Kunzum deity resides & blesses travelers. The stupa was bright & colorful with prayer...More

Thank prpa
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Reviewed 5 February 2017

Situated at an altitude of 15K plus, enroute Kaza to Manali. Terrain is similar to what you would see at Kaza but this is situated at an higher altitude, surrounded by mountains with some snow covered peaks (we were there in October end). Despite the...More

Thank Pravasik
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Biplabadit
29 September 2016|
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Response from Raunak D |
Is the route of kuntum pass open in 17 th october
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Avojit K
13 June 2016|
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Response from Monimukta P |
it is very dangerous and risky to go to kunzum during mid october. It's because the pass usually closes by 15th october every year due to snowfall. The temperature also drops below 0 degree celsius and this will be... More
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sandipam
30 September 2015|
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Response from steven04gerrard |
Even Rohtang is not functional in February.. (8 months ago)
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