Expedition Level Treks

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All features of a tough trekking route with more challenges of route, altitude, weather and terrain. Expedition level trekking example are Snow Leopard Trek, Finding a new route, Glacier studies like expeditions. Expedition level treks require high degree of fitness and experience as well. Know how to use mountaineering equipment, basics of rescue and glacier walking / living on glaciers should be known.
1. University students, Scientists are requested to send individual profiles of each member of all treks and climbs done by them. We expect sharing information of medical issues, current medications, if any.
2. Expedition level treks most likely creates situations where men and women share same tent – we expect decency and non-abusive conduct by all members.
3. Expedition level treks consists of heights, glaciers, technical know-how of  ascending and descending, snow and ice rappel, bivouac [Both planned and voluntary ],  Glacier travel both roped up and free walk.
If you need to know or discuss any issue- please feel free to contact us.

Frozen River Trek -Lingshed Trek

  Walking on Frozen river of Zanskar is an ultimate experience for adventure lover. The traditional name of the trek is “Chadar trek” the frozen sheet, which was only way Continue Reading →

Gangotri- Badrinath – Kalindi Khal

This is high altitude trek and requires some experience of trekking in himalayas. You will be provided ( using ) mountaineering equipment like ice axe, climbing shoes, ropes, zhumars, carabiners, Continue Reading →

 

Tough Level Treks

 

We recommend previous trekking experience, preferably at altitude, at this level. You need complete confidence in your ability to trek for many days over difficult terrain. Extremes of altitude and weather may be encountered, as may the use of ice axes and crampons. Stamina is essential as walking days last six to nine hours or more on occasional days and daily ascents will likely be around 900m to 1000m, perhaps with the odd day ascending around 1100m to 1200m.
1.Tough level treks requires high level of stamina, understanding of Himalayan weather, terrain and basics of low as well as high altitude trekking.
2. Mostly walking time is 6-8 hours but could be more as per situations and circumstances in hand.

Manali – Kinnaur over Pin Parvati Pass

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel. Most international flights lands in night-stay in Delhi is recommended. Day 02 : Reaching Chandigarh. Hotel Continue Reading →

Kaza to Manikaran over Pin Parvati Pass

A tough and challenging option which should be only taken by trekkers, explorers and climbers who are experienced about high altitude and remote trekking in mountain ranges. Day 1: Takeover Continue Reading →

Keylong to Manikaran over Barashigri Glacier

A moderate level trail which requires some experience as Barashigri Glacier may be hard for first timers. Day-1: Takeover from AIRPORT – Most international flights lands in night- takeover from Continue Reading →

Manali to Keylong over Hamta Pass

Lesser known route, used to be shepherd trail. Requires good fitness and aptitude to walk over high passes and trekking into remote wilderness. Day 1: Takeover from AIRPORT – Most Continue Reading →

Rupshu Valley over Kongmaru La

Southeast of Leh this high altitude cold desert is the western extension of the Tibetan Plateau. Previously closed to visitors, this region offers some of the most amazing scenery to Continue Reading →

Padam To Lamayuru over Hanuman La

Day 1 & 2 : Reaching Padam from Sirinagar /Leh Day 3 : Rest Day ( Acclimatization ) Day 4: Padum-Karsha : Walking Time 2 hrs.> There is a monastery Continue Reading →

Padam to Manali over Umasi La

Day 1 & 2 : Reaching Sirinagar from Delhi Day 3: Camp at Sonmarg for acclimatization. Day 4 : Reaching Padam from Sirinagar / Leh Day 5 : Padum-Zongkul Monastery: Continue Reading →

Padam to Leh Over Cha Cha La

Day 1 & 2 : Reaching Padam from Sirinagar/ Leh Day3: Rest Day ( acclimatization ) Day 4 : Padum-Zangla:Walking Time 7 hrs.> From Padum trail crosses though Zangla 3370m Continue Reading →

Markha Valley

  Day 1 & 2 : Travel to Manali from Takeover Point and stay for a day for proper acclimatization. Local sightseeing can be undertaken by foot. ( Walking is Continue Reading →

Panchachuli Glacier (“E” Face)

Ensconced by the river Dhauli Ganga, Sobla is the entry points of the Darma valley. In Sobla the trekkers put on their rucksacks and get ready for the vigorous journey Continue Reading →

Kedar Tal

A ten days trip which involves drive to Gangotri , the ancient source of the holy river Ganga and trek to the finest high altitude Himalayan lake, Kedar tal (4912 Continue Reading →

Pin Parvati Pass

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel. Most international flights lands in night-stay in Delhi is recomended. Day 02 : Reaching Chandigarh. Hotel Continue Reading →

Kinner Kailash Circuit – Baspa Valley

Strenuous trek which requires some high altitude trekking experience . A Unique chance to see tribal culture of Kinnaur. Inner line permit required for Non- Indians and Indians have to Continue Reading →

Moderate Level Treks

Pindari Glacier

Are either fairly easy medium-duration walks or harder, shorter walks. No experience is necessary, but good health and reasonable fitness are important. Some walking at higher altitude and occasional longer/harder days may be involved, but general underfoot conditions will be fair. A walking day is normally five to seven hours and daily ascents will likely be around 500m to 800m, perhaps with the odd day ascending around 900m to 1000m.

Hemis – Nimaling Plateau

Traveling to Leh From Manali / Chandigarh: 2 days Traveling to Leh from Delhi: 3 Days Day 1: Hemis – Shang : Dive by jeep from Leh to and short Continue Reading →

Stok Kangri Base Camp

Day 01 & 2 : Drive to Leh from Manali. Manali is overnight travel from Delhi by tourist 2X2 bus / by air to Bhunter airport which is 45km. from Continue Reading →

Nanda Devi Base Camp

This is a trans-Himalayan trek in the heart of Kumaon Himalayas. Nanda Devi of course, needs no introduction. The second highest peak in the Indian Himalayas and touted by many Continue Reading →

Milam Glacier

  Day 1: DELHI – HARIDWAR (By A/C Bus/Jeep over night travel to Haridwar) Day 2: HARIDWAR – GWALDHAM – MUNSIYARI (It is a long Journey ) Day 3: Rest Continue Reading →

Sunderdungha Base Camp

Day 1: Departure from Delhi to Kathgodam – Arrival at Kathgodam at 6.30 am. Boarding A/C coach in night and as soon as we reach Kathgodam- vehicle is ready for Continue Reading →

Kafni Glacier

Day 1 (New Delhi, India): Arrive New Delhi. Meet himadventures representative. Travelling starts from New Delhi to Bageshwar. Overnight in Bageshwar. Bageshwar is situated at the confluence of river Saryu, Continue Reading →

Pindari Glacier

Day 1: Takeover fron airport and shift to hotel. Have rest and if you are reaching in day-you can use evening for visiting central Delhi. Day 2 and 3 : Continue Reading →

Gangotri – Gaumukh – Tapoban

Day 1: Arrival New Delhi. Meeting upon at IGI – Indira Gandhi International Airport and transfer to hotel. Day 2: Delhi Rishikesh, 230 kms, 6-7 hrs drive, car Morning breakfast, Continue Reading →

Khatling Glacier

DAY 01: DELHI / RISHIKESH Start early morning for Rishikesh from Delhi by surface. Local sightseeing in Rishikesh. Overnight in a hotel. DAY 02: RISHIKESH /GHUTTU Early morning start of Continue Reading →

Roop Kund

This is very famous trek as human bones are found at Roop Kund which dates back to 14 century pilgrims which were trapped and killed in bad weather. Impressive view Continue Reading →

Outer Nanda Devi Sanctuary-Kuari Pass

Day 01 – Arrival New Delhi. Meeting upon at IGI – Indira Gandhi International Airport and transfer to hotel. Most International flights lands in night – if somehow, landing is Continue Reading →

Deo Tibba Base Camp

Deo Tibba trek is pleasant trek that takes us to the grazing pastures of the Gaddi shepherds and the emerald blue waters of the Chandra Taal Lake (4,480 m) with Continue Reading →

Easy Trekking Routes – Indian Himalayas

As word explains, easy trekking route can be done by a 8 year old, this is gradual walk and doesn’t require much of fitness or stamina. Mostly such routes do not ascend steep and are thoroughly enjoyable by new trekkers who are undertaking Himalayan trekking first time.

Dodi Tal -Trekking

This plan is for budget travelers – We highly recommend that you take travel and altitude gain as easy as possible. Please do let us know about known medical issues, Continue Reading →

Har Ki Dun Valley

Best Time: Mid April to June & Sep to Oct This trekking trip for adventurous nature lovers, keen to explore a remote Himalayan valley, has all the classic attractions: ascending Continue Reading →

Batal- Chandra Taal

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel. Most international flights lands in night-stay in Delhi is recommended. Day 02 : Reaching Chandigarh. Hotel Continue Reading →

Manali- Chanderkhani Pass

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel. Most international flights lands in night-stay in Delhi is recommended. Day 02: Reaching Chandigarh. Hotel stay. Continue Reading →

Sar Pass – Kullu Valley

Himachal Pradesh is richly endowed with diverse attractions for all kinds of adventure sports in addition to picturesque scenic spots. Breathtakingly enchanting trekking areas are spread over Dhauladhar and Pir Continue Reading →

Triund and Trek to Llaka Glacier

Day 01 : Mcleodganj to Triund,2800 mtrs, 9 kms gradual trek. The trek offer panoramic views Bhagsu village, Mcleodganj, Dharamsala valley and distant views of Shivalik hills and plains of Continue Reading →

Macleod Ganj to Chamba over Indrahar Pass

Day 1 : Mcleodganj (1770m) to Truind (2800m): 9km, approx: 4hours Mcleodganj to Triund, gradual trek. The trek offers you panoramic views of Bhagsu village, Mcleodganj, Dharamsala, Kangra valley and Continue Reading →

Manali – Hamta Pass

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel OR Travel for Chandigarh. This is aprox 300 kms. of journey- Overnight in hotel. { Most Continue Reading →

Beas Kund

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel OR Travel for Chandigarh. This is approx 300 kms. of journey- Overnight in hotel. { Most Continue Reading →

Manali – Kinnaur over Pin Parvati Pass

pin parvati passDay 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel. Most international flights lands in night-stay in Delhi is recommended.

Day 02 : Reaching Chandigarh. Hotel stay. Do visit ROCK GARDEN,ROSE GARDEN and SUKHNA LAKE.

Day 03: Travel to MANIKARAN via KULLY VALLEY

Day 04: Manikaran-Pulga: Walking Time 3-4 hrs.> Manikaran at 1700m is very popular religious place where people of all faiths comes to wish. Pulga 2100m is very famous among trekkers but mostly returns back. Small tea stalls and hotels are settled in apple orchards and are usually crowded with foreigners.

Day 05: Pulga-Kheer Ganga: Walking Time 4-5 hrs.> Trail gradually ascends to Kheer Ganga which is a scenic place and now supported by a ” shelter” which is usually heavily crowded by foreigners. Kheer Ganga2850m is a open meadow.

Day 06: Kheer Ganga-Bhojtunda: Walking Time 5 hrs.> Steay ascend to the gorge. Valley then widens and trail crosses several beautiful pasturs supporting many types of wildflowers. There are some Gujjar/Gaddi shepherd emcampments and this will be last human settlement you will be watching. Bhojtunda is 3200m high pastur.

Day 07: Bhojtunda-Thakur Khan: Walkgint Time 4-5 hrs.> Crossing through rocks and dense vegitation. You will see remains of Indian Army helicopter which crashes in high winds when trying to land-just toppled due to velocity of wind. Thakur Khan 3400m is above the cliffs.

Day 08: Thakur Khan-Mantakal Lake: Walking Time 6-7 hrs.> You will be lucky if you could see any shepherd encampment. There is a natural bridge and is known as Pandu Bridge.Trail makes some ups and downs and then goes through flowered meadows. To reach Mantakal Lake 4070m, it is 200m of steep ascending over boulders which may not be tough for people who had some expereince but first timer may find learning lessons.

Day 09: Manatak Lake-High Camp: Walking Time 7 hrs.> Crossing terminal moraine and walking by cairns through boulders is high altitude ritual and expereinced trekkers will find it easy and first timers will be able to learn how to find route among boulders and scree of terminal moraine. In bigger climbing expeditions-even expereinced climbers had been seen loosing their ‘way through’. So, this type of walking in high altitude is must to learn for people who love Himalayan trekks.

Day 10: High Camp-Pin Parvati Pass-Pin valley: Walking Time 5 hrs.> From high camp, steep 300m climb to a snoefield and then a small col is way to cross this legendary pass.Pin Parvati Pass 4810m is marked by cairns and prayer flags. Descending is gradual.

Day 11 : Pin valley-Mud: Walking Time 8hrs.> Gradual desceding towards valley floor to village Mud 3600m.

Day 12 : Mud-Sangam: Walking Time 4-5 hrs.> A gradual walk though Spiti valley which is a landscape of it’s own type. Sangam is a road head and you can catch bus for manali or Shimla.

Day 13 : Traveling To Recong Peo-hotel stay.

Day 14: Travel back to SHIMLA

Day 15: Travel back to DELHI

Shorter Options in Parvati Valley:

Camping: Manikaran is road head and as we mentioned Pulga is 2-3 hrs. walking distance and is ideal place for camping with families /friends.Old and small kids can easily walk on jeepable road which is well marked with tea stalls en route. himadventures.com is regularly using this region for summer camps and as well as family camping.

Trekking: If not for Pin Parvati pass-one can easily reach to Kheer Ganga and Mantalai beyond.

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Manali to Keylong over Hamta Pass

3Lesser known route, used to be shepherd trail. Requires good fitness and aptitude to walk over high passes and trekking into remote wilderness.

Day 1: Takeover from AIRPORT – Most international flights lands in night- we provide takeover from airport and shift to hotel. Take rest. If you are coming from DOMESTIC FLIGHT- you can reach CHANDIGARH same day.

Day 2: Reaching CHANDIGARH – In moderate traffic of DELHI- it can take 5-6 hrs in reaching CHANDIGARH. Chandigarh is modern and planned city of INDIA. Do have a visit in evening at internationaly famous ROCK GARDEN,ROSE GARDEN and SUKHNA LAKE.

Day 3: Reaching MANALI- We start travel after breakfast and very soon we find ourselves in VALLE OF GODS- this is famous KULLU VALLEY.

Day 4: Rest Day – We suggest you to take local walking in mountain as this willhelp you in getting acclimitized to mountain air.

Day-5: Manali-Settan (2050m), 11 kms
One comes across good stiff jungles along the route. Visit the village.

Day-6: Settan-Panduropa, 8 kms
Chhika is situated below the Hamta Pass. Camp site is available on the fight bank of the .Hamta nullah and near Khrei nullah.

Day- 7: Panduropa-Chhika (3000m), 6 kms
This 4268 m high pass remains open between May and September. This pass is not as windy as the Rohtang pass. Camping ground is available below the Hamta pass on the other side in the Lahaul valley.

Day- 8: Chhika-Hamta, 10 kms
Steep climb down. Ford a side nullah. At Chhatru one can see the ruins of old village ravaged by the fury of fiver Chandra. PWD rest house and camping ground available.

Day-9: Hamta-Chhatru (3360 m), 10 kms
Rather an easy walk along the fight bank of river Chandra. The scenery resembles moonscape. It is desolate and dry. At Gramphu, 5 kms short of Khoksar one meets the metalled road.

Day-10: Khoksar-Sissu (3120 m), 14 kms
Along the right bank of the river. The valley flattens out at Sissu and appears strikingly green. Visit the waterfall on the left bank and the temple of Lord Ghepan, the supreme deity of Lahaul. Also visit two fountain slabs, one lying near the bridge and the other near the temple. Permit obtainable at Khoksar.

Day-11: Sissu-Gondhla (3160 m),12 kms
Along the right bank of the river, one can see beautiful precipices opposite Gondhla. Visit Tower of Gondhla and rock carvings near the Govt. School at Gondhla.

Day-12 : Gondhla-Keylong (3156 m),18 kms
Upto Tandi follow the road. Tandi is the confluence of rivers Chandra and Bhaga. From Tandi follow the right bank of river Bhaga. At Tandi visit Tupchiling Gompa. At Beeling on way to Keylong one may like to visit a small cave temple just above HRTC workshop. From Beeling take the shortcut to reach Keylong, the administrative headquarters of Lahaul and Spiti.

Day 13: Reaching MANALI- road travel.

Day 14: Manali to CHANDIGARH- same route

Day 15: CHANDIGARH to DELHI.

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Deo Tibba Base Camp

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Deo Tibba trek is pleasant trek that takes us to the grazing pastures of the Gaddi shepherds and the emerald blue waters of the Chandra Taal Lake (4,480 m) with magnificent views of Deo Tibba peak (6,001 m) and its huge hanging glaciers. This is a spectacular view that haunts every trekker giving a unique experience. We also, either at beginning or end, take a side tour to the top of Rohtang Pass for fine views into the arid vastness of Lahaul. We conclude our tour of the upper Kullu Valley and embark for a visit of Dharamshala, the centre of the Tibetan culture in exile, from where we return back to Delhi.

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel. Most international flights lands in night-stay in Delhi is recommended.

Day 02 : Reaching Chandigarh. Hotel stay. Do visit ROCK GARDEN,ROSE GARDEN and SUKHNA LAKE.

Day 03: Travel to Manali – Through famous VALLEY OF GODS.

Day 04: REST DAY- short walks in mountain to get acclimatized to mountain air.

Day 05 (Manali – Khanol, 16 km):
Next destination of trek is Khanol, we drive upto Jagatsukh and then start the trek along the Jagatsukh nallah upwards through green forests with an amazing variety of vegetation dot the way to reach Khanol (2200 m). The Manali valley appears far below and to the east lies the mighty mountain – Deo Tibba. Overnight in camp.

Day 06 (Khanol – Chhika, 8 km):
We trek through a stretch of 3-4 kms that is steep through forest and then a long & wide alpine plateau with wild flowers to reach Chikka (3350 m). Chhika provides the best rocks for climbing in the area. Overnight in camp.

Day 07 (Chhika – Tenta, 10 kms):
The route is along the right bank of Jagatsukh nallah and passes through Seri. Seri was once a glaciated lake, but is now a meadow carpeted with an astounding variety of herbs and alpine flowers. Along the trek, sudden appearance of Deo Tibba (6001 m) is breathtaking. Overnight in tents at Tenta (4180 m).

Day 08 (Tenta – Deo Tibba Base – Tenta, 10 km):
On the 8th day of Deo Tibba Trek, we finally reach beautiful lake with emerald blue water – Chandertal lake (4480 m) at the base of Deo Tibba. The flora enthusiast will have a wonderful time trying to identify the hundreds of flowers growing everywhere. Overnight in tents.

Day 09 (Tenta – Bhanara):
The Deo Tibba Trek continues and we descend down to Bhanara village. In the afternoon explore nearby areas and view Shringtingu mountain range. Overnight in tents.

Day 10 (Bhanara – Manali):
Trek down to Jagatsukh village enroute visit local temples and a historical cave ‘Arjun Gufa’. From Jagatsukh travel to Manali by car/jeep. Overnight in Manali.

Day 11: Travel back for Delhi in tourist bus. This is aircraft like 2X2 push back seats.

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Manali- Chanderkhani Pass

Chanderkhani Pass is a moderate trek not too difficult nor that easy but one of the most beautiful and exciting trek which makes it popular for its trekking journey

Chanderkhani Pass is a moderate trek not too difficult nor that easy but one of the most beautiful and exciting trek which makes it popular for its trekking journey

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel. Most international flights lands in night-stay in Delhi is recommended.

Day 02: Reaching Chandigarh. Hotel stay. Do visit ROCK GARDEN,ROSE GARDEN and SUKHNA LAKE.

Day 03: Reaching Manali

Day 04: Trek to Khsadra. Shepherd fields…green meadows.

Day 05: Trek to Bhand Pather. Moderate altitude gaining. 4- 5 hrs of walking.

Day 06: Trek to Futta Soor. Moderate altitude gaining.

Day 07: Trek to tumtu. Easy walkable trail.

Day 08: Trek to Pulang. CHANDERKHANI PASS

Day 09: Trek to Base Camp (Seobagh).

Day 10: Travel for Chandigarh.

Day 11: Travel back to DELHI.

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Sar Pass – Kullu Valley

Sar-Pass

Himachal Pradesh is richly endowed with diverse attractions for all kinds of adventure sports in addition to picturesque scenic spots. Breathtakingly enchanting trekking areas are spread over Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal ranges between 1500 nits. to 6000 nits. It is an extremely thrilling experience to go through the low scrub land, paddy field, vast expanses strewn with pine needles, sprawling oak  jungles, the majestic Himalayan cedar trees (Deodar) and the swift rivers with ice cold water. Trekking in Himachal is bound to be a memorable experience because of the complete sense of communion with nature as well as the great warmth of mingling with gentle hill folks

Day 1: Takeover from Delhi airport and if your flight is landing in day- we travel for Chandigarh which is 5-6 hrs drive from airport. Hotel stay at Chandigarh.

Day 2: Travelling from Chandigarh to Report at Base Camp (Seobagh).

Day 3: Acclimatisation & Orientation.

Day 4: Trek to Grahan. Gradual walking in mountains. Stay in tented accommodation. 4-5 hrs walk.

Day 5: Trek to Ming Thach. Gradual walking in mountains. 4-5 hrs walking- stay in tented accommodation.

Day 6: Trek to Nagaru. Short walk-slow ascent. 3-4 hrs walking in high altitudes- stay at tented accommodation.

Day 7: Trek to Biskeri. 3-4 hrs of walking- tented accommodation.

Day 8: Trek to Bhandak Thach. SARPASS

Day 9: Trek to Base Camp (Seobagh).

Day 10: Travel for Chandigarh- 6-7 hrs.drive.

Day 11: Back to Delhi- hotel stay.

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Pin Parvati Pass

Pin Parvati PassDay 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel. Most international flights lands in night-stay in Delhi is recomended.

Day 02 : Reaching Chandigarh. Hotel stay. Do visit ROCK GARDEN,ROSE GARDEN and SUKHNA LAKE.

Day 03: Travel to MANIKARAN via KULLY VALLEY

Day 04: Manikaran-Pulga: Walking Time 3-4 hrs.> Manikaran at 1700m is very popular religious place where people of all faiths comes to wish. Pulga 2100m is very famous among trekkers but mostly returns back. Small tea stalls and hotels are settled in apple orchards and are usually crowded with foreigners.

Day 05: Pulga-Kheer Ganga: Walking Time 4-5 hrs.> Trail gradually ascends to Kheer Ganga which is a scenic place and now supported by a ” shelter” which is usually heavily crowded by foreigners. Kheer Ganga2850m is a open meadow.

Day 06: Kheer Ganga-Bhojtunda: Walking Time 5 hrs.> Steay ascend to the gorge. Valley then widens and trail crosses several beautiful pasturs supporting many types of wildflowers. There are some Gujjar/Gaddi shepherd emcampments and this will be last human settlement you will be watching. Bhojtunda is 3200m high pastur.

Day 07: Bhojtunda-Thakur Khan: Walkgint Time 4-5 hrs.> Crossing through rocks and dense vegitation. You will see remains of Indian Army helicopter which crashes in high winds when trying to land-just toppled due to velocity of wind. Thakur Khan 3400m is above the cliffs.

Day 08: Thakur Khan-Mantakal Lake: Walking Time 6-7 hrs.> You will be lucky if you could see any shepherd encampment. There is a natural bridge and is known as Pandu Bridge.Trail makes some ups and downs and then goes through flowered meadows. To reach Mantakal Lake 4070m, it is 200m of steep ascending over boulders which may not be tough for people who had some expereince but first timer may find learning lessons.

Day 09: Manatak Lake-High Camp: Walking Time 7 hrs.> Crossing terminal moraine and walking by cairns through boulders is high altitude ritual and expereinced trekkers will find it easy and first timers will be able to learn how to find route among boulders and scree of terminal moraine. In bigger climbing expeditions-even expereinced climbers had been seen loosing their ‘way through’. So, this type of walking in high altitude is must to learn for people who love Himalayan trekks.

Day 10: High Camp-Pin Parvati Pass-Pin valley: Walking Time 5 hrs.> From high camp, steep 300m climb to a snoefield and then a small col is way to cross this legendary pass.Pin Parvati Pass 4810m is marked by cairns and prayer flags. Descending is gradual.

Day 11 : Pin valley-Mud: Walking Time 8hrs.> Gradual desceding towards valley floor to village Mud 3600m.

Day 12 : Mud-Sangam: Walking Time 4-5 hrs.> A gradual walk though Spiti valley which is a landscape of it’s own type. Sangam is a road head and you can catch bus for manali or Shimla.

Day 13 : Traveling To Recong Peo-hotel stay.

Day 14: trave back to SHIMLA

Day 15: Travel back to DELHI

Shorter Options in Parvati Valley:

Camping: Manikaran is road head and as we mentioned Pulga is 2-3 hrs. walking distance and is ideal place for camping with families /friends.Old and small kids can easily walk on jeepable road which is well marked with teastalls enroute. himadventures.net is regularly using this region for summer camps and as well as family campings.

Trekking: If not for Pin Parvati pass-one can easily reach to Kheer Ganga and Mantalai beyond.

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Kinner Kailash Circuit – Baspa Valley

KinnaurStrenuous trek which requires some high altitude trekking experience . A Unique chance to see tribal culture of Kinnaur. Inner line permit required for Non- Indians and Indians have to register themselves at ITBP check post. A Valid ID is required.

Day 1: Takeover from Delhi airport and 4 hrs of journey for CHANDIGARH. Overnight stay at CHANDIGARH.

Day 2: Reaching SHIMLA -travelling through SHIVALIK MOUNTAIN RANGE.

Day 3: Reaching Recong Peo-this is long but scenic journey-you will be traveling on OLD SILK ROUTE. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 4: Obtaining PERMIT and traveling to THANGI which is 2 hrs drive.

Day 5: Rest Day and short walks for proper acclimatization.

Day 6: Thangi-Lambar: Trail gradually ascends to village Lambar which is a small village with ITBP check post at 2890m.

Day 7: Lambar-Surting: Surting is a small high land and here meets two river streams forming Lambar river. A high tech ITBP post at 3150m , will check your papers as they already had been intimated by Lambar and Thangi posts about movement of trekkers.

Day 8: Surting to Charang: Walking Time 3hrs.> Charang is famous for it’s monastery Rest Day for proper rest and acclimatization. This ia parallel walk and you will enjoy the scene.

Day 9: Charang to Below Lalanti Pass: This is moderate level of ascending and we will camp below LALANTI PASS.

Day 10: Reaching Lalanti : : Lalanti is a high altitude shepherd pastures and snow leopard is also seen here in winters. This area is also famous for Ibex. trail ascends gradually to Lalanti 4420m.

Day 11: Short walk to base of pass. Most walk is on moraine and boulders.

Day 12: Rest Day- next day have to cross pass- and a descending to Chitkul Valley.

Day 13: Lalanti-Chitkul via Charang La (5260m) : Walking Time 8-9 hrs. Hard day, should be early started. Walking though impressive terminal moraine, negotiating 200m of steep climb to pass from where spectacular view of Gharwal and Sangla Valley is seen. Descending is steep upto 200m and then becomes gradual to Chitkul 3450m which is also a read head.

Day 14: Reaching SHIMLA- we shall be starting early from CHITKUL and by evening we shall be reaching SHIMLA.

Day 15: Reaching Delhi.

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Triund and Trek to Llaka Glacier

Triund

Day 01 : Mcleodganj to Triund,2800 mtrs, 9 kms gradual trek.

The trek offer panoramic views Bhagsu village, Mcleodganj, Dharamsala valley and distant views of Shivalik hills and plains of Kangra valley. The trek is moderate nature. Triund is a large land of green grass and pasture like. One can see the mighty Dhauladhar ranges just above the eyes. This is the base camp and acclimatization point for trekkers climbing the Inderahar point in the Mt. Dhauladhar.

The day is in leisure to wander about in the Triund vast land. Night at Camp or forest guesthouse.

Day 2 : Early morning walk to Ilaka Snow line, 4 hrs max. Snow line is a 3000m, a natural rock cave shelter.

Back to Triund. Tea or breakfast and walk down to Mcleodganj. reach Mcleodganj in the afternoon.

Includes:
Morning and Evening Tea
1st Day Lunch and Dinner and 2nd Day Breakfast
Accommodation on twin or thrice sharing basis in tent
One bonfire

Package Excludes :
Transport from source to Destination
Any Personal Expenses

Inclusive of: Accommodation during the trekking, all meals all guides, porters, cook, camping Equipment. Cost does not include transportation before and after the trek, accommodation, & meals before and after the trek and kind of insurance.

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Macleod Ganj to Chamba over Indrahar Pass

Dhauladhar Range

Day 1 : Mcleodganj (1770m) to Truind (2800m): 9km, approx: 4hours

Mcleodganj to Triund, gradual trek. The trek offers you panoramic views of Bhagsu village, Mcleodganj, Dharamsala, Kangra valley and distant views of shivalik hills and plains of punjab.

Overnight at camp at Triund, .

Day 2 : Acclimatize to the high altitude at Triund, walk around the area.

Overnite camping.

Day 3 : Triund, (2800m) to Lahesh cave (3500m); 6 kms, 5 hrs.

Where the snow line starts, this trek mostly used by Gaddis (shepherds) is a moderate climb begins with rocky path with oak, tosh and birch wood, vegetation enroute ends at the elevation of 3200 km. And snow line starts. Hot lunch will be served at local café before Illaqua. Lahesh cave 3550m a natural rock cave shelter. After finishing the trek, quite evening, relaxing at campsite.

Day 4 : Lahesh cave (3500m) to Chatta Parao (3700m), 7 kms, 6 hrs

It is a day to go across the Indrahara pass. Chatta Parao is at the bottom of the Indrahara pass passing through the soft snow and icy streams usally in the month of May the trek passes over rock faces and and steep climbs. Many peaks i.e. Dromedary, Camel’s slab, Rifthorn, Arthur’s Stool and Mun (4650m), visible on both sides of the pass. There is magnificent view of the Kangra and chamba valleys and a distant view of Middle and Greater Himalays. From Indrahara pass trek heads downwards to Chhatta Parao overnight stay at the campsite at Chhatta Parao.

Day 5 : Chhatta Parao (3700 m) to Kwarsi(2730m), 14 km, 4 hrs

This going to be long and challenging day since passing therough the glacier and steep and narrow trek descend to Chhatta Nullah (stream), which is 6km. Passing through the whole stretch we reach Kwarsi a beautiful Gaddi village surrouned by pine trees and lush green fields. After along tiring day day relax at the overnight campsite in the village known for its hospitable people.

Day 6 : Kwarsi (2730m) to Lamu and Choli village. 8km approx, 4 hrs

Before leaving Kwarsi visit to Shiva village temple, descend to village Lamu. At some spots the trek is narrow. Choli is a village just a km from Kwarsi which is our last destinationof treking. The village has the connective road to Chamba district (50km) and Bharmour (14km).

Do some exercise for fitness before come because you crossing the pass.

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Manali – Hamta Pass

Hamta Pass

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel OR Travel for Chandigarh. This is aprox 300 kms. of journey- Overnight in hotel. { Most international flights lands in night-stay in Delhi is recomended )

Day 02: Travel from Chandigarh to Manali through Kullu.This is aprox 250 kms. of journey which starts from foothills of Himalayas and reaches close to tale of Pir Panjal which is largest Himalayan Range.

Enroute we will stop for tea/coffee and snacks. Our travel is through small towns and villages of Himachal Pradesh which is becoming a role model in tourism and industry growth. ( Hydro Power,Horticulture and Agricultue)

Day 03: Manali to Hamta village

Day 04: Hamta to Chhika (3000 m)
Situated on a grassy bank slopping down from the cliffs, it is an ideal location for the end of the day-march.

Day 05: Chhika to Balu Paddar (3800 m)
The impressive grandeur of immediate surroundings, the nearness of Tokru Shakru peaks, the wonderful coloring of the rocks and mountain side mark the trek.

Day 06: Balu Paddar to Hamta Pass (4270 m)
Over Hamta Pass at a height of 4270 m, get a close view of Deo Tibba & Indrasan.

Day 07: Hamta Pass to Chhatru
Cross the Hamta Pass and visit the Chandra Valley.

Day 08: Chhatru To Chhota Dara (3740 m)
A walk through the rugged valley.

Day 09: Chota Dara to Batal (3960 m)
Batal is situated at the foot of Kunzum Pass, which provides the main approach to Spiti from Lahoul.

Day 10: Batal to Chandertal (4270 m)
Chandertal or Lake Of Moon is of exquisite beauty. It is set on large meadows of alwaiss between a lower ridge and the main Kunzum range with an outlet into Chandra River.

Day 11: Chandertal to Batal- Back trek and reaching Manali in evening.Hotel stay

Day 12:Manali to Chandigarh: 250 kms of mountain travel.Hotel stay

Day 13: Chandigarh to Delhi – 260 kms. of travel in plains.

TOUGH OPTIONS: FURTHER TREKKING TO BARALACHA LA

Day 12: Chandertal to Topko Yogma (4320 m)

Day 13: Topko Yogma to Topko Gogma (4640 m)

Day 14: Topko-Gogma to Baralacha-La (5100 m)
Today’s trail takes us through high country streams with myriad streams flowing through green meadows. Ahead lies 5100 m high Baralacha-La camp near a beautiful emerald lake Suraj Tal, source of River Bhaga.

Day 15: Baralacha-La to Manali

Day 16: Manali to Chandigarh: 250 kms of mountain travel.Hotel stay

Day 17: Chandigarh to Delhi – 260 kms. of travel in plains.

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Beas Kund

Triund

Day 01 : Arrival Delhi – Meet at the airport and transferred to hotel OR Travel for Chandigarh. This is approx 300 kms. of journey- Overnight in hotel. { Most international flights lands in night-stay in Delhi is recommended )

Day 02: Travel from Chandigarh to Solang Valley through Kullu and Manali. Solang Valley is 17 kms. from Manali. This is approx 250 kms. of journey which starts from foothills of Himalayas and reaches close to tale of Pir Panjal which is largest Himalayan Range.
En-route we will stop for tea/coffee and snacks. Our travel is through small towns and villages of Himachal Pradesh which is becoming a role model in tourism and industry growth. ( Hydro Power,Horticulture and Agriculture)

Day 03 : Rest Day at Solang Valley

Day 04: Solang – Dhundi – 3 hrs trek
A gentle walk along the bank of the river brings us to our camp. Glimpses of Inderasan (6220m ) and Deo Tibba ( 6000m ) are obtainable from here. Overnight camp on full board basis.

Day 05: Dhundi – Bakkar Thach – This is high altitude shepherd fields-please do see images

Day 06: Trek to Beas Kund – This is short climb up the ridge and then plateau of BEAS KUND. Shift of camp to Beas Kund depends on good weather. Packed lunch will be provided for a full day excursion in Beas Kund plateau and we come back in evening to Bakkar Thach-which is a high altitude shepherd field.

Day 07 : Beas Kund-Bakkar Thach : back via same route.

Day 08 : Bakkar Thach – Solang Nala – Manali -hotel stay. Return to Solang and meet our prearranged transport to Manali.

Day 09: Travel back to CHANDIGARH-Hotel stay

Day 10: Travel back to Delhi -Tour Ends.

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