Trekking The Himalayas


The Hampta Pass Trek located at an elevation of 4270 metres on the Pir Panjal range, is a narrow corridor that connects Kullu Valley to Lahaul Valley. Hampta Pass Trek is the best option which is beautiful beyond words. Begin your expedition from the lush Kullu valley passing through apple orchards, green meadows, and villages. The terrain changes as you keep moving. As soon as you step into Lahaul valley, the trail transforms into almost barren and difficult topography.

  • Height: 14,100ft
  • Duration: 4-5 Days
  • Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
  • Best Season: June to September


Chanderkhani Pass Trek is at an elevation of 3,650 metres, is a beginner-level trek located in Himachal Pradesh, Kullu district. This pass acts as a bridge between Kullu and Parvati Valley offering marvelous landscapes and vegetation. For a true mountain lover, this experience altogether is matchless. Begin your hike from Naggar, a pictorial village near the popular hill station of Manali. Cross lush green valleys, presided by snow-covered mountain peaks, traditional Himachali houses, and for the most part the bliss of the Himalayas. The trek in Himachal is blessed with all the enchantments of the Himalayas. Fall in love with natural beauty, in addition to discovering hidden secrets and the best of all the adventure experience.

  • Height: 18,110 ft above sea level
  • Duration: 4- 6 Days
  • Difficulty Level: Moderate to Challenging
  • Best time to visit: April to June and October- November


Beas Kund Trek located at an elevation of 3700 meters, amidst towering mountains in the Solang valley is a high-altitude lake in the Himalayas. What makes this trek special is-the trail leads to the very-high peaks of the Himalayas in a short distance. For a true mountain lover, nothing beats the experience of a Beas Kund Trek. Solang Nallah, also known as the adventurer’s paradise, serves as the starting point for this trek with its picture-perfect green meadows. Trekkers continue their journey near the shepherd’s trails, marveling at the sight of locals and cattle. This trek’s highlights include wild flora and fauna, gushing streams, and camping under the star-studded sky. Upon reaching the end, the contrasting display of a wide lake among the green glasslands with a daunting image of summits like Friendship Peak, Shitidhar, Ladakhi, and Hanuman Tibba in the surroundings captures trekkers’ attention.

  • Height: 12,773 ft. above sea level
  • Duration: 4 Days
  • Difficulty level: Moderate to Difficult
  • Best time to visit: April to June, September to November


The Pin Parvati Pass, at an elevation of 5,319 metres. Pin Parvati, the high-altitude trek is definitely one of the most challenging adventures in India. Connecting the mountain valleys of Parvati to Kullu, this trail is indeed among the most beautiful. The trek provides spectacular experience of two contrasting worlds, on one side, trekkers can cherish the lush meadows, while on the other, get to admire the cold arid deserts of Spiti Valley. A lifetime experience only for the seasoned trekkers, only a true mountain lover well-versed in adventure can fulfill the almost impossible task. This trek, begins in Kalga and ends in Mudh in Spiti Valley is a difficult level trek requiring excellent physical fitness and endurance. Trekkers with reliable experience are encouraged to traverse these paths and enjoy the serenity of the journey.

  • Height: 17,500 ft. above sea level
  • Duration: 11 Days
  • Difficulty level: Challenging
  • Best time to visit: June to September


Bhrigu Lake with an elevation of 4300 meters is located to the east of Rohtang Pass and is surrounded by Pir Panjal Ranges in Kullu district. The Bhrigu Lake trek is one of the best in India, owing to its easy access to the high altitudes. The trail consists of chilling adventure amid the diverse and challenging terrain of the mountains. The highlight of the trek is staying beside the cerulean Bhrigu Lake, the supposed hermitage of Bhrigu Rishi. The lake is about 6 kilometers from Gulaba’s no-settlement village and can be reached by trekking from Jonker Bugyal and Rola Kholi. Despite being a short moderate-level trek, it climbs to a daunting altitude of 14,000 feet. It’s an excellent trek for beginners or families looking to explore the wilderness owing to its easy access from Manali. 

  • Height: 14,000ft
  • Duration: 4-5 Days
  • Difficulty Level: Easy to Moderate
  • Best Season: May to October


The Pin Bhaba Pass Trek is the most dramatic cross-over trek in the Himalayas. Your passage between two distinct worlds – Kinnaur and Spiti will mesmerize you. You will be trekking through the dark forests of this Bhaba valley and it is the forest scenery that strikes you the most. Hear the gushing of the turquoise river cutting through the meadow. This thrilling trek starts from Shimla, ends in Manali offers the exotic view of vibrant landscapes, lush greenery, thick silver brick, pine and oak forests, wild, colorful blossoms of flora, and the magnificent scenery far beyond your imagination. This trek is not just about the stunning differences in landscape. It also introduces you to two distinct Himalayan cultures – the livelihoods, structure of houses, lifestyles – as you traverse from one side of the mountain to the other. The best time to do Pin Bhaba Pass Trek is from Mid-May to Mid-October.

Height: 16,125ft
Duration: 7-8 Days
Difficulty Level: Moderate to Difficult
Best Season: May to September

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