Himachal Treks

Himachal Pradesh is a small state tucked away between the steamy plains of North India and the massive ranges of the Great Himalaya to the North. Given its location the geographic spectrum of the state is vast, ranging from the rolling Shivalik foothills to the massive 6000m peaks of the Pir Pinjal. Not surprisingly, there is a wildlife diversity to complement this, with sub-tropical forests, temperate woodlands and alpine meadows in close proximity. Similarly, given its strategic position between the former Northwest Frontier, the sub-continent and the Tibetan plateau, the region has long been a melting pot of diverse cultural and spiritual influences.

Dalhousie Trek

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The trek takes us from the small hill station of Dalhousie to the bustling town of Mcleod Ganj near Dharamsala. From Dalhousie we traverse the remote ridges and valleys that flank the Dhaula Dhar peaks to the North. Following remote trails and crossing numerous small jots or passes we finally reach the base of the Indra har Pass that leads into the Chamba valley. From the top of the pass the views of the surrounding Himalaya are stunning. Although not high in altitude, the trails are often indistinct and steep. Sometimes there are snow patches to cross on the north facing slopes. The latter part of the route is less taxing but the ascent of the pass (optional) is tough and requires some experience of altitude. The camp staff are all local to the area and this adds to the enjoyment of this trek (it is one of their favorites). They are also very sure-footed and always available to give a helping hand across rivers or slippery paths. A great trek for those who wish to get away from it all and experience the nomadic shepherd life

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Pilgrimage Trek

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The picturesque village of Kugti, surrounded by wheat fields and wonderful views of the Pir Panjal range of mountains, that form part of the outermost Himalaya, rises dramatically from the low foothills to stark peaks of over 5000m. This introductory walk also includes a visit to the beautiful Kugti village, surrounded by meadows and fed by glacial snow from the Kugti Pass. This four day walk is a must for all those who enjoy camping in the great outdoors.

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Jeep Safari

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5 Days Jeep Safari tour to Himachal

 Day 1: Pathankot (Chakki Bank) - Khajjiar (1980M) - 95 kms/4 hrs Arrive in Pathankot by overnight train (Jammu Mail) from Delhi. Drive to Khajjiar. Check into hotel in Khajjiar.
Day 2: Khajjiar - Dalhousie (2036M) - 24 kms/1 hr After a leisurely breakfast, drive to Dalhousie. Places to visit in Dalhousie are Subhash Baoli and Dainkund peak (a short hike).
Day 3: Dalhousie - Kalatop - Dalhousie - 34 kms/2 hrs and 6-7 kms hike Hike to Kalatope.
Day 4: Dalhousie - Dharmshala (Mc Leod ganj) 2000M -160 kms/ 5-6 hrs Drive to Dharmshala. Check into hotel. Visit the monastery and Norbulingka institute in the afternoon. Mc Leodganj
Day 5: Dharmshala to Pathankot.

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Latest Treks

Kugti Pass Trek

Kugti village is the last habitant village of Bharmour heading towards Kailash Manimahesh Lake, Kugti which is divided in uparli Kugti & Nichli Kugti is a village of Gaddi Shepherds. .

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Kaali Haini Pass Trek

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Kailash Manimahesh Parikrama

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Kailash Manimahesh Yatra 2014.

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