BARALACHLA PASS

The Chandratal Baralacha Trek is packed with everything that one would cherish during a journey. The shimmering sunset on the turquoise waters of Chandratal, undulated landscape, mountain passes, several small streams, lush green meadows, wild and colourful orchards and wildlife all together make the journey worth reliving every moment. The Chandratal Lake at an altitude of about 4,300 meters is one of the high altitude lakes in the Indian Himalayan region that is located on Samudra Tapu plateau of Spiti valley. The

BARALACHLA PASS

  The Chandratal Baralacha Trek is packed with everything that one would cherish during a journey. The shimmering sunset on the turquoise waters of Chandratal, undulated landscape, mountain passes, several small streams, lush green meadows, wild and colourful orchards and wildlife all together make the journey worth reliving every moment. The Chandratal Lake at an altitude of about 4,300 meters is one of the high altitude lakes in the Indian Himalayan region that is located on Samudra Tapu plateau of Spiti valley.

BHRIGU LAKE

Bhrigu Lake is a lake located at an elevation of around 4,300 metres (14,100ft) in Kullu district, Himachal Pradesh, India. It is located to the east of Rohtang Pass and is around 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) from Gulaba village. It can be reached by trekking either from the Vashisht temple, which is famous for its hot water springs, which is close to the town of Manali or from Gulaba village. Actually there is no settlement in Gulaba and is actually an area

Chadar – The frozen river trek

The Chadar is one of the treks in the Himalayan range in Zanskar Valley of Ladakh region in Jammu & Kashmir state of India. This route is ideally the connection of Zanskaris through the valley to connect to rest of the world when the roads are covered with a thick white blanket. The word Chadar is referred to the thick sheet of Ice on River Zanskar which becomes the only mode of transportation for the villages in the valley of Zanskar. This

HAMPTA PASS

Escape to the natural wonders of Great Himalayas, just south east of Manali, for an unforgettable experience. Hampta Pass trek is the beginners delight in every way easy access, dense pine forest, beautiful meadows, adrenaline pumping river crossings and a high altitude mountain pass called Hampta. It got its name from the Hampta village and shepherds and villagers used this pass to enter in Lahaul Spiti valley of Himachal. This was traditional alternative route between Lahaul and Kullu Valley before the road was made over Rohtang Pass.

HAMPTA PASS CIRCUIT

Escape to the natural wonders of Great Himalayas, just south east of Manali, for an unforgettable experience. Hampta Pass trek is the beginners delight in every way easy access, dense pine forest, beautiful meadows, adrenaline pumping river crossings and a high altitude mountain pass called Hampta. It got its name from the Hampta village and shepherds and villagers used this pass to enter in Lahaul Spiti valley of Himachal. This was traditional alternative route between Lahaul and Kullu Valley before the road was made over Rohtang Pass.

HIMACHAL PRADESH

About the Tour: Himachal Pradesh is a beautiful hill state in northern India, nestled in the western Himalayas. The state is landlocked with the Tibetan plateau to the east, Jammu and Kashmir to the north, and Punjab to the west. However, the state stands apart from its neighbours in terms of its sheer topographic diversity and breath-taking pristine natural beauty. From vast tracts of high-altitude Trans-Himalayan desert to dense green deodar forests, from apple orchards to cultivated terraces, from snow-capped high Himalayan

Jalsu Pass trek

The spectacular meadows atop the Jalsu Pass trek and en-route offer a mesmerizing view. Jalsu Pass is the easiest connecting link between Chamba and Kangra Valleys. Throughout the Chamba Kailash Yatra season, which is during monsoons, this trail remains busy with pilgrims and adventurers alike. Some trekkers even call this Flower Valley of Himachal Pradesh and rightly so. Jalsu Pass can be crossed between early April and late October. The best period remains the July-August period when the valley is blossoming with
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Kheer Ganga

The Parvati Valley is one of the most picturesque places in the Himalayan region of Himachal Pradesh. Two days is all you need to explore its magnificent landscape and get refreshed from within. The Kasol to Kheerganga trek is an invigorating journey, which not only unveils the stunning terrain of the Himalayas, but also gives you a chance to learn about the interesting culture of the people living here. You will visit plenty of villages, and there will be infinite opportunities for

KUARI PASS – The Curzons Trail

It has always been our endeavour to go beyond the ordinary… to explore the un-explored, to create paths which others will follow. Our inspiration is the beautiful world of Mountains and the Himalayas occupying a special place of its own. Our passion to experience these majestic snow-peaks has led us to explore its spectacularly different vistas – from the hauntingly beautiful moonscape of Ladakh, the rugged terrain of Lahaul-Spiti in Himachal, the gentle slopes and greenery of Sikkim to the mystical beauty

Prashar lake Winter trek

Prashar Lake Winter Trek: The Prashar Lake winter trek lies 49 km north of Mandi, Himachal Pradesh, India. With a three storied pagoda-like temple dedicated to the sage Prashar. The lake is located at a height of 2730 m above sea level. With deep blue waters, the lake is held sacred to the sage Prashar and he is regarded to have meditated there. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks and looking down on the fast flowing river Beas, the lake can be approached via

ROOPKUND – THE MYSTERY LAKE

Roopkund is a glacial lake nestled in the high mountains of the Uttarakhand Himalayas. It is covered in snow for most of the year, and is completely uninhabited. At a height of 16,500 feet, trekking to Roopkund Lake is tough and takes long hours of trekking each day. At some points during the trek, you'll have ropes fixed along the climb, as well as seat harnesses and crampons, to ensure that you reach your destination in the best form. Pair this with

ROOPKUND – THE MYSTERY LAKE

Roopkund is a glacial lake nestled in the high mountains of the Uttarakhand Himalayas. It is covered in snow for most of the year, and is completely uninhabited. At a height of 16,500 feet, trekking to Roopkund Lake is tough and takes long hours of trekking each day. At some points during the trek, you'll have ropes fixed along the climb, as well as seat harnesses and crampons, to ensure that you reach your destination in the best form. Pair this with

THE RUPIN PASS

Rupin Pass Rupin Pass is a high altitude pass across the Himalaya mountain range in state of Himachal Pradesh, India. It lies on a traditional shepherd and hiking route which starts from Dhaula in Uttarakhand and ends in Sangla in Himachal Pradesh. The path itself is located across mostly uninhabited areas in the Himalayan ranges at an elevation of 15,250 ft (4,650M) above sea level.   Rupin Pass trek consists of trails dug out of rock faces and wooden bridges, cut through

TREK TO BEAS KUND

Heavenly meadows, pine forests, glaciers and the gloriousness of the great Himalayas is the gateway to Beas Kund. The welcoming icy terrains offer an opportunity for travellers of all the ages to trek and devour the sublime nature. Beginning from Solang valley and proceeding through Bakartach to finally reach the origin of the life supporting Beas river, and all the experiences in between will ensure to enkindle in you peace and tranquillity.   ITINERARY: Region                                  Dhauladhar, Himachal No of Days                          Ex–Manali           04

TREK TO VALLEY OF FLOWERS – A WORLD HERITAGE SIGHT

VALLEY OF FLOWERS:   Officially, Frank Smyth is credited with discovering the Valley of Flowers in 1931, but in some circles it is believed that Richard Holdsworth, a botanist member of Smyth's successful Kamet Expedition was the real discoverer of the Valley. Smyth got the information from him and went to see and work on it. Of course, the local people had always known about the Valley, but they would rarely venture into it because of a prevailing superstition that the valley