Trekking in Himachal Pradesh with Himalayan Nature Trails

Hamta Pass to Baralacha La

  • Trek Season : July to October
  • Duration : 19 Days Delhi to Delhi
  • Region : Kullu Manali, Lahoul Spiti
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It is in this chain that we can cross the famous pass " Baralacha " (4800 m) where from spring three rivers. The one, the called "Yumen" leaves north direction to join the river " Tserap ". The second, "Chandra", pours southward and finally last "Bhaga" southward the West. The massif situated between rivers Chandra and Bhaga names the channel Chandra Bhaga (massif C.B.). So, the various summits are named by a number, as for example the famous C.B. 13, which rises at the top of the glacier Dhaka, the C.B. 14 or still C.B.56 etc.
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Pin Parvati trek

  • Season : July to Spetember
  • Duration : 19 days Delhi to Delhi
  • Region : Kullu Manali and Spiti
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This is one of the most tough trek leads from Parvati valley in Kullu valley to Pin valley in Spiti, Trail leads from Manikarn a pilgrimage site for bothHindu and Sikh, passing some of villages, forest, alpine meadows, mountain lake and glacier both side of the pass to Mud village, at the end of trek you will explore the remote spiti valley and its monasteries, Drive back by Chandra valley to Manali and further travel to Delhi. Highest point is Pin Parvati pass(5219 m.) Required good physic.
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Bhaba Pass Trek

  • Season July to Mid September
  • Duration 16 Days Delhi to Delhi
  • Region Remote Spiti and Kinnaur
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This trip offers an incredible insight into the remote Spiti and Pin valleys of Himachal Pradesh. From the lush green Kinaur valley, entire the starkly beautiful Spiti valley, visiting ancient gompas and scattered little villages. After crossing the Bhaba pass, the landscape changes dramatically, with the barren lunarscape of Spiti being replaced by the thick forest of Pine, cedar and deodar. The trek ends at Kafnu, Road to Shimla, the summer capital of the British Raj ,today the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh as well the tourist destination of India.
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Deo Tibba Trek

  • Season Mid May to Mid November
  • Duration 14 Days Delhi to Delhi
  • Region Kullu Manali Hamta Valley
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This route in buckle on the face West of the Deo Tibba glacier will lead you since the village of Sathan, crossing wide meadows covered with wild flowers, with dense forests, up to the glacier and Raulikholi, offering a panorama as far as the eye can see on all the chain of Himalaya. The rek is organized and managed by our experienced mountaineers and climbers. All the equipments provided are tested before put to use. This is a hard trek we expect that the partiipants are physically fit and medically cleared to participate in such events. Trek will be organised in group of upto 14 memebrs.
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Trek to Malana

  • Trek Season : May to November
  • Duration : 10 Days Delhi to Delhi
  • Region : Kullu and Manali
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MALANA: This is one of the most enchanting trek available in the Kullu valley, which offers some of the most widely beautiful mountain scenery to be found anywhere in India. Deep forest, wide open lush green hanging valleys and the bleaks, morinated landscape dominated by the Malana glacier, all add up to a very beautiful trek. Malana is a tribal village, which is considered as the oldest democracy in the world. The permission must be obtained by the head of the villagers to visit the important places in the village and one have to be very careful to not touch the untouched places (sacred places and monuments). In that case the villagers can claim the fine to the person who touched the places intentionally or not.
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Manali to Dharamshala Trek

  • Trek Season : September to October
  • Duration : 19 Days Delhi to Delhi
  • Region : Kullu Manali, Kangra valley, Dharamshala
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This trek leads to the land of legendary Himalayan Shephards aka Gaddis, in Dhauladhar range, through alpine meadows over high passes to the remote and isolated village of Barabhangal. This trek is open for only four to five months in a year. During September and October, the shepherds semi nomads of the valley of Kangra return at home with their herds of the high pastures of Lahoul and Spiti by taking this route what makes one of the most picturesque trekking of the region. The route leaves Manali through the forests of cedars, the meadows covered with flowers in summer, the turquoise blue torrents, the high passes, the snowy summits … The flora but also the fauna is plentiful with numerous varieties of birds.
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