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TREKKING EXPEDITIONSS


Trekking in India is one of the finest in the world. Not only do we boast of the highest range of mountains offering even professional trekkers a challenge but some of routes are easily accessible by even amateurs and first time trekkers. Most of these ‘easy’ treks are located in the northern state of Himachal Pradesh often starting from the town of Rishikesh, which other than being an idle base camp is also known for rafting on Ganga and its tributaries. Rishikesh is 256km by road from Delhi and can be approach by taxi/bus (8 hours) or train (4 and half hours). There is a flight from Delhi to Dehradun which takes an hour only. Himachal Pradesh has been a source of spiritual inspiration and the scene of countless of Hindu pilgrimages since the time of the early Aryan settlers. The various sources of the Ganges- Yamunotri, Gangotri, Kedarnath and Badrinath- are still visited by many thousands of Hindi devotees each year. With its gorges, deep valleys and lofty mountains the geography of this land is idle. Nanda Devi- the highest mountain situated completely in India is situated in this state. Zanskar range forming a divide between Tibet and India is present to the north and in the south the various tributaries of Ganga and Kali River form rugged gorges ultimately dwindling down to the Siwalik range of the Himalayas which hardly exceeds 3000m in height. The trekking season here is from April to June, and after the monsoons, from September to mid- November before the roads close due to snowfall.


Manali Trekking :

Duration: 3 night 4 days

  • Day 1: Manali – Solang
    On arrival in Solang,you chek in to a hotel at Solang 12 km far from Manali 2600mtr,rest for a while if you wish to and then proceed on a sightseeing trip for the day with one of our team members/guides.This could also include a village tour or similar activities,if you so choose.Solang is famous for Paragliding in Summer and in winter for skiing.And also so many adventure activities are there like ATV bike, Zorbing, Ropeway.
  • Day 2: Solang to Dhundi (3000)meters 2-3 hrs trek
    Start trekking from Solang to Dhundi,passing through alpine forests,along the Beas streams.Overnight in tent.
  • Day 3: Dhundi to Bakarthatch (3500)meters 2-3hrs trek
    Overnight in tents, Baker thatch is famous for ice training and snowcraft.
  • Day 4: Bakarthatch to Beaskund and Back Bakathatch
    Beaskud is situated at 4000 mtr the source of Beas river, can see groups of peaks and very near by beaskund glacier. Peaks like, Hanuman Tibba, Ladakhi peak, Shetidhar, Friendship peak, Seven sister etc.
  • Day 5: Back to Solang and then Manali
    Back to Solang and then Manali

Facilities from our side
Tents,Sleeping bag, Delicious food,Guide,Porters,Kitchen team,and during trekking dry fruit and juice.

Hamta Pass Trek & Kaza Tour :

Duration: 7 days

  • Day 1: Manali
    On arrival in Manali,you chek in to a hotel,rest for a while if you wish to and then proceed on a sightseeing trip for the day with one of our team members/guides.This could also include a village tour or similar activities,if you so choose.
  • Day 2: Manali to Vashist to Chhika 4-5hrs
    Drive from Manali to Vashist village on the upper out skirts.Start trekking from Vashist to Chhika,passing through alpine forests,along the Hamta streams.Overnight in tent.
  • Day 3: Chhika to Balu Gera 4-5hrs
    Trek from Chhika to Balu Gera at the of Hamta Pass.Balu Gera literally means “bears” camp.Brown bears use the caves in this area to hibernate in winter.Overnight in tents.
  • Day 4: Balu Gera to Hamta Pass (4200mts/13800ft) 4-5hrs
    A strenuous trek over Hamta Pass to Sia Goru provides stunning scenery .You can see Deo Tibba and Indrasen Peak of the greater Himalayas. This used to be the trade rout from China by Spiti to kullu and othr parts of the country.Overnight tent in Sia Goru.
  • Day 5: Sia Goru to Chhatru to Chandatal 3hrs drive, 3-4hrs trek
    This day,s trek is welcome relaxtation after the previous day trek.Chhatru is a picturesque village surrounded by meadows and river Chandra flowing nearby.You are picked up of from the end point of the trek at Chhatru and transported by jeep to Chandertal,a high altitude lake in the Himalayas. This offers some splendid photo oppurtinities and you can spend the day relaxing here or hiking around the lake.You spend the night camping by the lake.
  • Day 6: Chandratal to Kaza 3hrs drive
    You drive to Kaza and go sightseeing to the Kibber.stay the night in a hotel in Kaza.
  • Day 7: Kaza to Manali 5-6hrs
    A 5-6hrs take you back to Manali, stay at Manali

Beaskund Trek :

Duration: 4 night 5 days

  • Day 1: Manali – Solang
    On arrival in Solang,you chek in to a hotel at Solang 12 km far from Manali 2600mtr,rest for a while if you wish to and then proceed on a sightseeing trip for the day with one of our team members/guides.This could also include a village tour or similar activities, if you so choose. Solang is famous for Paragliding in Summer and in winter for skiing. And also so many adventure activities are there like ATV bike, Zorbing, Ropeway.
  • Day 2: Solang to Dhundi (3000)meters 2-3 hrs trek
    Start trekking from Solang to Dhundi,passing through alpine forests, along the Beas streams. Overnight in tent.
  • Day 3: Dhundi to Bakarthatch (3500)meters 2-3hrs trek
    Overnight in tents, Baker thatch is famous for ice training and snowcraft.
  • Day 4: Bakarthatch to Beaskund
    Beaskud is situated at 4000 mtr the source of Beas river, can see groups of peaks and very near by beaskund glacier.Peaks like,Hanuman Tibba,Ladakhi peak,Shetidhar.Friendship peak,Seven sister etc.
  • Day 5: Back to Solang
    Back to Solang

Facilities from our side
Tents,Sleeping bag, Delicious food,Guide,Porters,Kitchen team.

Trekking the Jalori Thachi Pass :

Duration: 7 days – 6 nights in the scenic Kulu-Manali region Located in the beautiful state of Himachal Pradesh.

This camp includes trekking in the lap of the Himalayas in the famous Jalori Pass, Rohtang Pass and near the Sereulsar lake plus adventurous river-crossing” across the ice cold waters of the Beas, and Rappelling in the area.
You will get to visit Jhidi, Thalot – Thatchi villages, Panjain, Jalori Pass – Sereulsar lake, Manali, Rohtang pass…in the lap of the Himalayas.

  • Day 1: Base Camp
    Reach the base camp in the Kullu valley in the morning. After breakfast leave for a short river crossing experience on the ice cold waters of the river Beas. Back to camp for lunch. In the evening we go for a Rappelling session and a short trek for acclimatization.
  • Day 2: Thalot – Panjain
    We start for the main trek from the village of Thalot. The climb to the village of Panjain is a very steep climb but very enjoyable. After the half way mark we start getting the wonderful view of the snow capped Himalayas. We reach the village of Panjain as the sun goes down. Hot meal is already ready made by our cooks. Overnight is in Tents.
  • Day 3: Panjain – Thatchi – Panjain
    Today is a day for a mild trek. We drive up to the village of Thatchi and then trek up to the Hadimba Temple. The view of the whole Kullu Valley from here is mesmerizing. Return to Panjain by evening.
  • Day 4: Panjain – Bali Chowky – Jhibhi
    We now leave after breakfast and trek down to the road head at Bali Chowky from where we take a local bus to Jhibhi. Reach Jhibhi in 2 hours and camp.
  • Day 5: Jhibhi – Jalori Pass – Sereulsar lake
    Take a bus up to the Jalori Pass after breakfast and then trek through thick Jungles to reach the holy Sereulsar lake. It is a very beautiful trek through very thick jungles. The lake lies at an altitude of 11500 feet. A trek to this area in December is a rewarding sight with the lake frozen white. Back to Jhibhi by evening.
  • Day 6: Jhibhi – Manali
    After breakfast we leave for our base camp at Jhidi by bus. Reach Jhidi by afternoon and transfer to Manali by bus. Reach Manali and camp.
  • Day 7: manali solang valley snow point
    Go up to the snow point and enjoy the snow. In the evening take the bus to Delhi.

This trek is an all weather trek and is available throughout the year.

Malana Trek :

High lights : Manali –Naggar –Rumsu –chander khani- Malana- kasol

  • Name of Trek: Malana (Kullu Valley)
  • Trek: Moderate
  • Maximum Height: 3960 Mts.
  • Period: May, June, August, September
  • Duration: 7 Days

  • Day 1:
    Arrival Manali (2950 mts) and acclimatisation walk around Manali Check In at hotel.
  • Day 2: Manali - Naggar - Rumsu Ht. 2378 Mtrs
    Drive Manali to Naggar distance 25 Kms by Jeep. Visit Museum and Roerick Art Gallary (Optional ). After that Trek will start from Naggar to Rumsu Village. Overnight stay in a Camp near Rumsu village.
  • Day 3: Rumsu- Chanderkhani (3960 mts-8km)
    After breakfast trek start to Chanderkhani Base Camp. a striking view of Deo Tibba over looking the view of Malana glen, Walk up to the base camp through the forest of Oak, Popular, Pine, Medlow of wild flowers and Rhododendron Bushes. Overnight stay at Chanderkhani Base Camp.
  • Day 4: Base Camp - Chanderkhani Pass - Malana Village (2617 mts- 7 km)
    After Breakfast trek will start to Malana village over Chanderkhani Pass), A day start with gradual climb with 360 degree view covering snowy peaks and down side the wide valley of Kullu and Parbati. Further descending trek leads to misterious village of Malam, a historical village with Greek origin setler history. Overnight stay in Malana village in a Camp.
  • Day 5: Malana- Rashol (2598 mts- 19 km )
    After breakfast visit Malana village flat walking with few ascends and descends provides Panormic view of Pin Parbati Valley stay at camp.
  • Day 6: Rashol- Kasol (1585 mts- 8 km)
    walk through deodar forests stay at hotel
  • After breakfast visit Malana village. Malana to Manikaran . the Manikaran Gurudwara Shiva Temple and Hot water spring & take natural hot (Optional ) bath then drive to Manali or Bhunter Airport.

Facilities from our side
Tents,Sleeping bag, Delicious food,Guide,Porters,Kitchen team,and during trekking dry fruit and juice.

Attracting Places to Visit

  • Attracting Places

    Beas Kund

    Beas Kund trek is one of the most popular and beautiful trek in Kullu Valley. Beas Kund is a holy lake where Rishi Vyas took his daily bath. River Beas originates from here. Solang Nalla base camp is 13 km from Manali and 1 hour drive, a popular place for tourists for ski slopes, para gliding etc.

  • Attracting Places

    Hamat Pass

    If you are a first time trekker and wondering for a trek then Hampta Pass is the best ideal chosen place. The unforgettable high moderate Himalyan adventure Hampta Pass Trek is based in the region of beautiful Himanchal (Manali) at an altitude of 14100 ft. high. Hampta pass trekking can be done in any season, but the best time to go for trek is in the month of June to September.

  • Attracting Places

    Jalori Pass & Seolsar Lake

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    Jalori Pass & Seolsar Lake Jalori Pass is the boundery of the Inner & Outer Seraj we can see the inner Seraj valley and Outer Seraj at same time from one place. Serolsar Lake 4 km walking trek from Jalori Pass. Walk to Seolsar Lake through forests full of oak, blue pine, spruce, fir and Deodar, 3 Kms. trekking from Jalori Pass

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