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Day Hike to Triund
Duration: 1 Day

Summary: A gradual 9kms trek from Mcleodganj to Triund, amidst Rhododendron trees to the base of Dhauladhar ranges.

Grade: Moderate

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 climatization point for trekkers climbing the Inderahara point in the Mt. Dhauladhar.

Package cost:

per person per day.

Inclusive of:

Accommodation during the trekking, all meals all guides, porters, cook, camping Equipment.

Excluding:

Cost does not include transportation before and after the trek, accommodation, & meals before and after the trek and kind of insurance. The itinerary is subject to change. Client has to sign a risk certificate before the beginning of the tour.

Dharamshala to Manimahesh trek
Duration: 9 Nights / 10 Days

Summary:A 10 days advance trek to the sacred Manimahesh lake in Bharmour from Dharamshala visiting holy lakes.

Maximum Elevation: 4200mts.
Starting point: Mcleodganj
Day 01 - Mcleodganj to Kareri village (1900mts), 13 kms trek The first 6 kms of the trek is through a small lake.

Tibetan Children village, Satobary. From Satobary a wide trail descends to Ghera through thick forestation and then cross Gaj river and Kareri stream. Steady climb to Kareri village from Ghera. Night stay in forest rest house or in tents.

Day 2 - Kareri village to Kareri lake (3200mts), 12kms trek Trek goes along Kareri nallah (stream).

The lake is situated at the base of Minkiani pass and has beautiful high altitude meadows and pasture land.

Day 3 - Kareri lake - Minkiani pass - Minkiani Jot (3500mts), 9 kms trek

Four to five hour ascent takes to the top of the pass. In early summer one has to walk over snow and needs good technical skill. After the monsoon the snow melts and the the trail is visible. The weather is unpredictable here. From the pass, the trail descends down to the Minkiani jot through big boulders. In early summers these boulders remain covered by deep snow. The trek terminates at Minkiani Jot where few rock caves and a beautiful ground is there to pitch out the tents for the night stay.

Day 4 - Minkiani Jot - Lam Dal lake (3900mts), 10kms trek

Lam Dal, the biggest lake in Dauladhar range is considered as the adobe of Lord shiva and is sacred to the local folks. On way to Lam Dal is Kali Kund (a small lake shaped like a well and surrounded by rising hills).

Day 5 - Minkiani Jot - Drakund (1800mts), 15kms trek

From Lam Dal the trek descends down the valley along Lam Dal stream. Night stay at Drakund rest house surrounded by apple orchards.

Day 6 - Drakund - Dunnali, 9 kms - Bharmaur (2195mts), .40kms

It takes about two hour to reach Dunali on the main Chamba Bharmaur road. The villages are sheltered but linked with each other.

Day 7 - Bharmaur (2195mts)

Day at leisure. Visit ancient Churasi temples, night stay in a guesthouse in Bharmaur.

Day 8 - Bharmaur - Hadsar - Dhancho (2440mts)

Bharmaur to Hadsar is 17 kms motor able, Hadsar to Dhancho is about 8 kms. Steep ascent. Dhancho is the base camp for the trekkers`en route Manimahesh lake. Gauri Nallah forms a huge waterfall at Dhancho. Night stay in tents.

Day 9 - Dhancho - Manimahesh lake (4115mts), Dhancho 15kms

From Dhancho a big trail steep up to 5 kms to Gauri Kund is gradual ascent for 2.5 kms to Manimahesh lake. Manimahesh is a glacial lake situated at at the base of Mount kailash and is the highest lake in Dhauladhar and Pir Panjal ranges and is regarded a sacred lake in local mythology. Thousands of people go to pilgrimage to the lake every year and back to in Augest. Lunch at the lake and back to Dhancho for night stay.

Day 10 - Dhancho - Bharmaur

Night stay in guest from Bharmaur buses, jeeps available for Chamba Dharamshala.

Package cost: per person per day.

Inclusive of:

Accommodation during the trekking, all meals all guides, porters, cook, camping Equipment.

Excluding:

Cost does not include transportation before and after the trek, accommodation, & meals before and after the trek and kind of insurance. The itinerary is subject to change. Client has to sign a risk certificate before the beginning of the tour.

Trek to Manali via Thamsar pass
Duration: 12 Nights / 13 Days

Summary:A famous trek from Manali via Bara Bhangal with visiting Billing valley.

Day 01 - Arrive Manali (2050 M)

Early morning, once we cross Pandoh Dam in Himachal, the road winds along the River Beas. We get the first glimpse of the fascinating snow capped mountains after passing the village of Kullu and arrive at Manali in the morning. We check-in to our hotel & spend the day enjoying the locale.

Day 2 - Manali to Lamadugh (2994 M 4 to 5 hrs)

After breakfast we start the trek from Hadimba Temple 2.5 km from Manali. Climb through the Deodar forest for 3 km to a rocky outcrop with a view of Manali. Just above this vantage point is a small meadow before a steep 400m ascent through small pastures and conifer and oak forest. The gradient begins to become gentler as you reach the camp in an open glade at 2920m.

Lamadugh (2920m) is a lovely meadow ringed by Maple, spruce and Oak while stands of Silver Birch are further up in the Hillside. Overnight camping.

Day 3 - Lamadugh to Riyali (3300 M 6 to 7 hrs)

Now the trail ascends, through the ridge below Tanpari Tibba. There are uninterrupted views north towards the Solang and Rohtang Valleys. The ascent is long, gradual and exhilarating, with views opening across to the Hamta Valley and Deo Tibba (6001m).

After 4 - 5 hours you reach the highest of the ridge, from there the trail heads south across a series of verdant ridges. A long descent follows, reaching an intermediate valley and a prominent side of trail. From this point, a gradual traverse of 2-3 km leads from a small oak forest to the meadow known locally as Riyali. Overnight camping.

Day 4 - Riyali to Kali Yahni Base Camp (4480 M 5 to 6 hrs)

The trail winds above the upper river course before gradually descending to the valley floor. After about 2 hrs, you cross a small stream and climb a series of grassy ridges and pass a number of shepherd encampments. There are fine views east towards the Chanderkhani Pass and the peaks of the Himalaya Range. Overnight camping.

Day 5 - Base Camp to Dhanku Thach via Kali Yahni Pass (4640 M 8-9 hrs.)

The landscape slowly begins to change as forests and meadows give way to rocky back ground with patches of snow. It is a steep, long pull up to the top of Kali Yahni pass, 4610m. Across the broad glacier, and down the moraine and the valley we camp by a stream at 3500m. Overnight camping.

Day 6 - Dhanku Thach to Lomba Parao (3132 M 4 to 5 hrs)

There is an option of trekking through the trail that leads down into the shepherd’s valley and following the stream after crossing the bridge takes us to our camp.

OR

A long traverse on the ridge along the main stream with ups and downs. Include crossing of some small glacial streams.

Day 7 - Lomba Parao to Dadh Marhi (3850 M 5 to 6 hrs)

A downhill traverse across loose rocks and boulders for 2 hrs. Then a climb for ½ hour, crossing a stream and further ½ hour of uphill walk. After this it is an easy walk to the camp in a lovely grass meadow. Overnight camping.

Day 8 - Dadh Marhi to Bara Bhangal (2524 M 6 to 7hrs)

Similar terrain as the previous day, along the side of the hill looking out across the valley. Finally, a long and gradual descent leads to the village of Bara Bhangal. The trail takes you through a forest of silver birch, rhododendron and blue pine. The final 500m to 600m descent is steep and dusty. Overnight stay in forest rest house / camping.

Day 9 - Rest Day.
Day 10 - Bara Bhangal to Madh (3656 M 6 to 7 hrs)

Cross the bridge over the river flowing from the Kali Yahni pass and commence a steep 400m ascent. Continue for 3km to a broad glacial valley before crossing to the right. There follows a gradual ascent across open meadows and steep slopes. Ascend the trail to the right of the waterfall before crossing the river to a series of meadows referred to as Madh. There are fine views of Mani Mahesh Kailash and the impressive Pir Panjal Range. Overnight camping.

Day 11 - Madh to Panhartu via Thamsar Pass (4624 M 8 -9 hrs)

The trail gradually climbs up the valley, passing a prominent side valley and glacier to the east. After 3 to 4 kms, we climb steep boulder fields to reach a glacial lake. The trail further winds above steep slope and leads to another glacial lake and to the base of the Pass.

After crossing the snowfield one leads to a prominent ridgeline – the crest of the Dhaula Dhar Range and the Thamsar Pass. The initial steep descent from the pass reaches a large glacial lake at 4370m. There follows a steep descent to the meadow at Panhartu (3390m). Overnight camping.

Day 12 - Panihardu to Palachak ( 2770 M 6 hrs )

The trail descends across a series of permanent snow bridges for 2km to 3km to reach a well-defined trail. The trail leads through a mixed forest of rhododendron, spruce and oak down to Palachak (2500m ).

During summer, one can have tea and basic food available in the dhabas ( small hotel ) at Palachak .

Day 13 - Palachak to Billing (2400 M 7hrs)

At Palachak cross the metal Bridge and continue through the forest to reach the fields of corn, bean and potatoes near Rajgundha (2400m). From Rajgundha, the trail continues on the true right of the Uhi valley through Spruce, Oak and Rhododendron forest.

After 4km to 5km, the trail heads around contours and Alpine ridges to Billing. From billing a can catch a car or jeep to Bir. It is 14 K.M by road.

Package cost: Rs. 2500 per day (US$ 60)

Inclusive of: Accommodation during the trekking, all meals all guides, porters, cook, camping Equipment.

Excluding: Cost does not include transportation before and after the trek, accommodation, & meals before and after the trek and kind of insurance. The itinerary is subject to change. Client has to sign a risk certificate before the beginning of the tour.

Trek to Chamba Valley
Duration: 5 Nights / 6 Days

Summary:A advance level 6 days trek from Mcleodganj to Chamba over Indrahara pass.

Grade: Advance

Day 01 - Mcleodganj (1770m) to Truind (2800m): 9km, approx: 4hours

Mcleodganj to Truind, 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 Truind.

Day 2 - Acclimatize to the high altitude at Truind, walk arround the area.

Overnite camping.

Day 3 - Truind (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 Kwars i(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). End of Trek

Package cost: per person per day.

Inclusive of: Accommodation during the trekking, all meals all guides, porters, cook, camping Equipment.

Excluding: Cost does not include transportation before and after the trek, accommodation, & meals before and after the trek and kind of insurance. The itinerary is subject to change. Client has to sign a risk certificate before the beginning of the tour.

Trek to Inderahara
Duration: 3 Nights / 4 Days

Summary:The trek offer panoramic views Bhagsu village, Mcleodganj, Dharamsala valley and distant views of Shivalik hills and plains of Kangra valley.

Grade: Advance

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 climatization point for trekkers climbing the Inderahara 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 Lahesh cave, 5 hrs max.

Lahesh cave is a 3550m, a natural rock cave shelter. From lahesh cave to Chhatta Parao. This is the bottom of Inderahara pass passing through the soft snow and icy streams.

Overnite at a camp or the cave.

Day 3 - Chhatta to Inderahara pass.

Inderahara is at an altitude of 4350 mtrs in the Mt. Dhauladhar and is a passway to Chamba valley en route Bharmour and Kwarsi.

Back to Triund the same evening. Overnite at camp or forest guesthouse.

Day 4 - Leisure at day time in Triund and back to Mcleodganj in the afternoon.

Package cost: per person per day.

Inclusive of: Accommodation during the trekking, all meals all guides, porters, cook, camping Equipment.

Excluding: Cost does not include transportation before and after the trek, accommodation, & meals before and after the trek and kind of insurance. The itinerary is subject to change. Client has to sign a risk certificate before the beginning of the tour.

Trek to Kullu via Sari pass
Duration: 7 Nights / 8 Days

Summary:An 8 days trek frm Dharamshala to Kullu valley via the Sari pass and Dharamshala Flying Club.

Grade: Moderate

Day 01 - Dharamshala to Bir (by bus 2-1/2 hrs)

Bir to Billing - 2600mts, 2-3 hrs trek This trek is through mixed forest. Billing is internationally renowned for conducting Para and Hang gliding competitions. The mountains are rich with vegetable and provide complete green cover to this region.

Day 2 - Billing to Koti - Kohar, 6-7 hrs trek.

It is down the hill walk amidst thick forest mixed variety. Koti - Kohar is a small village in Chhota Bangal valley. The occupation of the people is farming in small terraced fields.

Day 3 - Koti - Kohar to Barot, 6-7 hrs trek.

An easy downward walking trail follows amidst forest crossing Ruhlling River at one or two laces.

Day 4 - Barot to Lohardi -1990 mts, 2-3 hrs trek.

The small village is located on both sides of Lamdug River. The scenic grander of Lohardi to some extent resembles to that of Manali. On both sides are high hills with thick forest, below in the valley are orchards. This area presents a very rugged beauty and has un-explored treks unvisited. It is a trekkers paradise and one finds oneself completely lost in admiring the natural beauty all around.

Day 5 - Lohardi to Lahesh - 3200 mts, 6-7 hrs trek

This trek is visited by shepherds and trekkers frequently to cross over Sari Pass.It is a well defined trek which follow through forested ridges along the Lohard nallah.

Day 6 - Lahesh to Teun village - 2700 mts, 8-9 hrs

It is hardest day of the trek as the climbs steepy to croos Sari pass (3760mts). Sari pass is not very high and has green meadows on top of it shepherds with their flocks of sheep and goats stay for a long time during the summer. Teun is a very primitive village of Rajput families.

Day 7 - Teun to Naghol - 2700 mts, 4-5 hrs trek

The trek passes through many small villages all along the Sari nallah.

Day 8 - Naghol to Kullu , 3-4 hrs trek.

An easy trail decends along the Sari nallah. The beauty of valley is incomparable. The Sari nallah meanders between the valley and finally mingles with Beas river at Kullu. Trek ends.

Package cost: per person per day.

Inclusive of: Accommodation during the trekking, all meals all guides, porters, cook, camping Equipment.

Excluding: Cost does not include transportation before and after the trek, accommodation, & meals before and after the trek and kind of insurance. The itinerary is subject to change. Client has to sign a risk certificate before the beginning of the tour.

Trek to Manali via Thamsar pass
Duration: 11 Nights / 12 Days

Summary:A 12 days advance level trek covering Kangra, Chamba and Kullu valley to Manali over Thamsar pass

Region: Kangra, Chamba and Kullu valley

Duration: 12 days

Trek Grade: Moderately Tough

Day 01 - Palampur to Bir by bus (1hr) 2600 mtrs

Trek starts from Bir to Billing, 4hrs walk. The trek is of moderate ascent. It is known as one of the best placing for paragliding. It gives most scenic panorama of the Shivalik ranges.

Day 2 - Billing to Raj Gunda, 6 hrs

Trek goes to the north of billing along spur above the uhl river with easy walk. There are potato farms in this village.

Day 3 - Raj gunda to Pani Hardu (3693mts) 6 hrs

This trek is moderate ascent.

Day 4 - Pani Hardu to Marhu (3900mts) over Thamsar pass (4665mts), 10-12 hrs.

This trek is weary and it involves climbing. A beautiful small glacial lake can be seen on this trek. The pass is surrounded by snow and pass also shares two different valley (Kangra & Ravi valley). From here trail descends to the vast of snow towards north. The trekkers and gaddis camp at this place and make an early starts to cross Thamsar pass.

Day 5 - Mahru to Bara Bhangal (2540mts), 5 hrs.

It is downhill trek to Bara Bhangal which is situated above the attraction for trekkers, mountaineers, nature lovers and anthropologist who thrive to feel and experience the lives of local tribes who live there in complete isolation untouched from the outer world in their own traditional ways.

Day 6 - Rest day.
Day 7 - Bara Bhangal to Sukha Parav (2990mts), 5-6 hrs.

This trek passes through forests. Streams and meadering rills involving many ups and down. This is a sceneic feast with panorama of peaks all around.

Day 8 - Sukha pass to Lama Rarav (3150mts), 4-5 hrs.

This is an easy gradual trek with moderate ascents.

Day 9 - Lama pass to Gwari(3780mts), 5-6hrs.

The trek which rises steeply arduous climb up to the camping ground. Gwari is situated at the fool hill of Kalihin pass when the Kalihin river originates and joins the Ravi near Bara Bhangal.

Day 10 - Gwari to Sanghor (3600mts), 10-12 hrs. over Kahilin pass.

This is very tiring trek. The climb becomes stiff before the pass but then rewarded adequately for ones efforts by fascinating view of the mountains of Greater Himalayas as seen from the pass. One needs balance and self control while descending.

Day 11 - Sanghor to Sangchur (288mts), 6-7 hrs.

This trek passes through many ridges and crosses through couple of streams on its way to Sangchur.

Day 12 - Sangchur to Manali (2050mts), 6-7 hrs

This is comparatively easy trail can be covered n 2-3 hrs. The trek descends through many villages of Kullu Vally. Trek ends.

Package cost: Per person per day.

Inclusive of: Accommodation during the trekking, all meals all guides, porters, cook, camping Equipment.

Excluding: Cost does not include transportation before and after the trek, accommodation, & meals before and after the trek and kind of insurance. The itinerary is subject to change. Client has to sign a risk certificate before the beginning of the tour.

Trek to Triund & Snowline
Duration: 2 Nights / 3 Days

Summary: This is the base camp and climatization point for trekkers climbing the Inderahara point in the Mt. Dhauladhar.

Grade: Moderate

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 climatization point for trekkers climbing the Inderahara 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 Lahesh cave, 5 hrs max. Lahesh cave is a 3550m, a natural rock cave shelter.

From lahesh cave to Chhatta Parao. This is the bottom of Inderahara pass passing through the soft snow and icy streams. Back to Lahesh cave for the night halt in camp.

Day 3 - Back to Triund and back to Mcleodganj.

Package cost: per person per day.

Inclusive of: Accommodation during the trekking, all meals all guides, porters, cook, camping Equipment.

Excluding: Cost does not include transportation before and after the trek, accommodation, & meals before and after the trek and kind of insurance. The itinerary is subject to change. Client has to sign a risk certificate before the beginning of the tour.

Trek to Triund
Duration: 1 Night / 2 Days

Summary: 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.

Grade: Moderate

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 climatization point for trekkers climbing the Inderahara 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 Lahesh cave, 5 hrs max.

Lahesh cave is a 3550m, a natural rock cave shelter. Back to Triund. Tea or breakfast and walk down to Mcleodganj. reach Mcleodganj in the afternoon.

Package cost: per person per day.

Inclusive of: Accommodation during the trekking, all meals all guides, porters, cook, camping Equipment.

Excluding: Cost does not include transportation before and after the trek, accommodation, & meals before and after the trek and kind of insurance. The itinerary is subject to change. Client has to sign a risk certificate before the beginning of the tour.