Shrikhand Mahadev is a mountain peak located in the Kullu district of the state of Himachal Pradesh in northern India. It is situated in the Great Himalayan National Park and is considered to be one of the highest peaks in the region, with an elevation of approximately 5,155 meters (16,916 feet). The Shrikhand Mahadev peak is particularly known for its religious significance, as it is believed to be the abode of the Hindu deity Lord Shiva. Every year, thousands of devotees undertake a challenging trek to the peak, which is considered to be a holy pilgrimage site. The trek to Shrikhand Mahadev is known for its difficult terrain and steep inclines, and is recommended only for experienced trekkers.