Set in the highest National Parks in India, the Pin Parvati trek is a challenging and adrenaline pumping ten day Spiti Valley trek that is accessible only in the long rain-free summer. The Pin Parvati trek, first discovered in 1884, from Manikaran, near Manali, to Spiti Valley, takes you through a geological laboratory, where you […]
The nine day Parang La trek begins from Kibber village in Spiti, which is one of the highest village in the world, and follows the path to Tibet over Parang La at 5600 mts before winding up along the high-altitude lake of Tso Moriri at a height of 4500 mts. Tso Moriro Lake is known […]
The trek to Kanamo Peak leads you through the deserted meadows above Kibber, before you reach Kanamo Lake, above which lays the base camp. Kanamo Peak, also known as the ‘White Hostess’, is the perfect way to induce adventure and a raw touch to your Spiti Valley experience
Here is your chance to climb up to a height of 15,906 feet. Standing at the snowclad pass, the geographical variations of the Pin and Bhabha valley is revealed. On one side stand the barren mountains of Pin Valley and on the other lay the lush landscapes of Bhabha, infiltrated by gushing streams.
This Short treak follows one of the oldest migratory route followed by shepherds of Chamba and Kangra. This gives you an opportunity to enjoy the panoramic scenes stretching below with the layers of housing on the hills in small villages that spread into the vast expanse of Kangra valley.
This trek from McLeod Ganj to Chamba offers an opportunity to have a close look at the Pir Panjal and Dhaula Dhar mountain ranges. The highlight of the trek being the view from the Indrahar Pass from where the Pir Panjal range makes an imposing backdrop in the north while to the south the plains […]
McLeod ganj to Indrahaar Pass trek via Triund is a low-moderate difficulty trek using Pasture grazing trails used by shepherds in the upper Raavi Valley and Lauhal. But whatever may be the level of difficulty rest assured, that the spectacular views more than compensate for it.
This is a challenging, which requires a certain amount of stamina but the spectacular views more than compensate for it for all the hard work. To the south there are mesmerizing views of the Indian plains and to the north is the Moon peak and the snow capped Dhauladhar Mountains. So at the end of […]