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PIN PARVATI PASS TREK

The Pin Parvati Pass is a thrilling challenge for any seasoned trekker. It’s a long expedition that gives trekkers a massive dose of adventure, beauty and a sense of achievement. The exhilaration of traversing a 17,457 ft pass is an experience of a lifetime.

Pin Parvati Pass trek provides the most spectacular traverses, right from the forest and verdant meadows of the Parvati Valley to the Buddhist villages in the Trans-Himalayan region of Spiti. The sharp contrast in landscapes, culture, flora and fauna will catch you off-guard. Within hours, you’ll walk from cold dry mountain desert region of Spiti to the rich biodiversity in Parvati Valley.

As you climb higher to Pin Parvati Pass, the bird’s-eye view of the Parvati and Pin Valley is fantastic.

Trekking in Sainj Valley

Now, trekking inside Great Himalayan National Park is a privilege. Let us tell you why. It is one of the most pristine and uniquely rich ecosystem in the world. So much so, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And because of its unique protected status, not only are the rich flora and fauna of the park undisturbed, so are the communities living inside it. And the Sainj Valley trek takes you right to the heart of this!

The trek starts at the magnificent meadows of Shangarh. Hemmed in by pine trees, these landscaped grasslands with mountains overlooking it will remind you of Kashmir. This is a comparison we do not make lightly. The grasslands of Kashmir are the very cream of the crop. And there are more meadows to come. Then, the trail takes you through dense forests, ringing with different bird cries. When the trail finally opens out of the forest, you get remarkable views of the Sainj valley and the mighty peaks surrounding the Raktisar glacier. The trail continues into ancient villages, apple orchards, and then finally, the Pundrik lake which is shrouded in the local mythos.

Hampta Pass Trek

HAMPTA PASS TREK

At 14,000 feet Hampta Pass in Himachal Pradesh falls under those rare, dramatic pass crossings in the Himalayas. On one side is the lush green valley of Kullu — with forests, grasslands, and flowers blooming on the side of your trail. On the other is the almost arid, stark landscape of Lahaul, with barren mountains and almost no vegetation.

Standing on the top of the pass, what’s ahead and behind are two different worlds. It changes in a matter of minutes. What makes the dramatic changes heightened, even more, is how thrilling the climb to Hampta Pass is. For trekkers, crossing the Hampta Pass (even without the scenery changes) is a great story of adventure. They will love the nervous excitement of climbing to the pass over many ledges, almost appearing to get to the pass, but never really sure until you get there.

Quick Itinerary for Hampta Pass Trek

DAY 1 Arrive at Manali. Drive to Jobra Roadhead, and Trek to Jobra

DAY 2 Trek from Jobra to Jwara

DAY 3 Trek from Jwara to Balu Ka Ghera

DAY 4 Trek from Balu ka Ghera to Shea Goru via Hampta Pass

DAY 5 Trek from Shea Goru to Chhatru

DAY 6 Drive from Chhatru to Manali. | Optional: Drive from Chhatru to Chandratal Lake to Manali

PHOTOS OF HAMPTA PASS TREK

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SPITI VALLEY BIKE TOUR

Get ready for a heart-pounding biking expedition to the virgin land of Spiti that is dreamt by many, but only a few dare to experience. Flaunt your biking skills as you mark your way through the high altitude passes that provide spectacular views of the snow-clad mountains and the gravelly pathways that are cut by glaciated waterfalls.

The tricky curves of Spiti will take you to the tiny hamlets, 1000-year-old monasteries and some high suspended bridges that will give you chills. Pat yourself for pulling out this adventurous journey as you look back at the dusty roads against the rugged Himalayan backdrop.

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