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.

Thamsar Pass Trek


An unusual and physically demanding trek though the remote Bara Bhangal region of the Indian Himalaya. As you head north from Delhi, the level plains of the subcontinent give way to the Shivalik foothills and then, suddenly, the land is rumpled upwards into the Himalaya. This first chain of peaks is known as the Pir Pinjal range and it here amongst this vast but often forgotten stretch of mountains that our challenging trek takes place.

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Kalah Pass Trek


This trek heads to Kalah village via Sukhi Dali after recahing where the trekkers have a halt overnight then next day would reach Kalah village & after resting overnight one have to cross the Kalah Pass to reach the ancient abode of Gaddi Tribals ,Holi. You can enjoy a traditional music night over here on demand.

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Balyani Pass Trek


The Dhaula Dhar range forms part of the outermost Himalaya and rises dramatically from the low foothills to stark peaks of over 5000m. These mountains are the traditional stronghold of nomadic traders and shepherds. The Gaddis are charismatic folk of Aryan descent who raise flocks of sheep and goat between the foothills and the high grazing meadows bordering Ladakh and Tibet. The Gujjars are hardworking Muslims who tend buffalo herds, selling much of their milk based produce to the sweet makers in the plains. The steeply sloping flanks of the Dhaula Dhar provide winter homes for these traditional traders as well as a base for their families who make a good living from the land in their absence. In recent years, the lower hills have become home to many of the followers of the exiled Tibetan leader, the Dalai Lama. Outside the main tourist destination of Mcleod Ganj, foreign groups are rarely seen.

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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. .

June 24, 2014

Kaali Haini Pass Trek

One of most challenging trek for adventure lovers. Kaali Heini is a grade 5 trek that connects Chamba to Lahaul Spiti Districts of Himachal Pradesh

June 20, 2014

Kailash Manimahesh Parikrama

Just As per deities said the Poorn Parikrama is one of the sacred homage from devotees of Shiva is being paid revolving Kailash Manimahesh Mountain .

June 16, 2014

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Kailash Manimahesh Yatra 2014.


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