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Trekking in the Himalayan ranges is always considered as a best place to enjoy the holidays. Himachal Pradesh is blessed with Pin Parvati pass having amazing view of natural scenic beauty in the icy mountain ranges of western Himalaya. Pin valley trek is located at an elevation of 5319 meter high which delights to seasoned trekkers. The best season for trekking in manali is in ideal summer peak i.e. the month of July to September end. Trekking to pin Parvati pass is a best summer break from blazing heat which will surely tempt the adventure lover trekkers.
Meals : Breakfast & DinnerPick-up from Manali in the morning. After morning breakfast, we will travel by Jeep from Manali (115 km). Manikaran is a holy place for both Sikhs and Hindus alike and also has the world`s hottest sulphur spring. Start trekking from Bershaini to Khirganga through the forest road and we will have our lunch on the way to Pulga. Khirganga is a holy place with hot water springs. Have dinner and stay overnight in tents.
Meals : Breakfast & DinnerAfter breakfast we start our trek with packed lunch through forest to reach Tunda Bhuj. From here we will cross the trail through several delightful pastures supporting a variety of wildflowers in the summer. Dinner and overnight stay follow in tents.
Meals : Breakfast & DinnerAfter breakfast, start trekking through birch forests, crossing rocks and dense vegetation. This section of valley is difficult at places as the trail frequently skirts rock faces that are difficult for laden porters. Have lunch during the trek; reach Thakur Kuan above the cliff section. Dinner and overnight stay follow in tents.
Meals : Breakfast & DinnerAfter breakfast start trek beyond Thakar Kaun with the packed lunch, the trail passes several Gaddi encampments before crossing a side river by a natural rock bridge. Trek for 12 km to reach Pandu Bridge. Have dinner and stay overnight in tents.
Meals : Breakfast & DinnerAfter breakfast, we will start trekking 15 km to reach Mantalia Lake, the source of Parvati River. With packed lunch which will be served on the way to Mantalai Lake. There is a choice of grassy camp-sites just beyond Mantalai. Dinner and overnight stay in tents.
Meals : Breakfast & DinnerAfter having light food, we will walk over the glacier & moraine with packed lunch and cross small lakes & streams to reach camp I on the base of Pin Parvati pass. Dinner and overnight stay follow in tents.
Meals : Breakfast & DinnerAfter breakfast, we will cross over the Pin Parvati Pass with packed lunch and enjoy the view of several peaks of Kullu & Spiti region. The descent from the pass is gradual, over a snowfield. Set up the camp near the confluence of Pin River with other small streams. Have dinner and stay overnight in tents
Meals : Breakfast & DinnerAfter breakfast, we will descend to the valley along the left bank of Pin River. Have lunch on the way to Chinpatta Maidan. Dinner and overnight stay follows in tents at Chinpatta Maidan.
Meals : Breakfast & DinnerHave breakfast, then we will start our trek with packed lunch from here down to the first village of Pin valley, Mud. Dinner and overnight stay follow in tents
Meals : Breakfast & DinnerHave breakfast, drive from Mud to Dhankar Monastery; here we will have our packed lunch. This monastery rests high over the valley and is a colossal example of local architecture. From here, we will drive to Kaza. Dinner and overnight stay follow in the hotel / Camp.
Meals : Breakfast & DinnerAfter breakfast, in morning we will explore Key monastery and drive to Manali with packed lunch via Kunzum Pass and Rohtang Pass. Arrive at Manali by early evening, upon arrival in Manali, we will check into hotel. Have dinner and stay overnight in the hotel
Meals : No MealsReturn home with a lifetime experience.
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