Pin Parvati Pass Trek

Himachal Pradesh 12 Days


82 KM

MAX 15


5298 mts.

55000 + 5% GST

Bhunter to Kaza

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Brief Description

Pin Parvati Pass, a trans-Himalayan trek, is one of the toughest cross overs treks in the country, meant for seasoned trekkers looking for a challenge. It is your passage between two distinct worlds - that from the abundant and alive Parvati valley which starts at the confluence of Parvati river and Beas river in Himachal Pradesh to the dry, resilient and almost galactic Pin Valley in Spiti (the cold desert). And the reward for getting to the highest point of the trek – the Pass (5,298M) - is that you get a look into both the worlds at the same time. The prayer flags, the panoramic view with the assault of greens on the one side and browns on the other, while you find yourself in knee deep white snow, is an experience like no other. This is the reason why Pin Parvati Pass continues to remain our most favorite cross-over trek in the country!

The trail of Pin Parvati starts at Bhuntar which, a town in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. The Bhuntar airport connects the place to most major cities like Delhi and Chandigarh. Starting at 2,000M, The trek takes you to an astounding height of 5,289M and descends down on the other side to a small village in Spiti, by the name of Mudh (3,810 M). The experience is no less than witnessing a multitude of dimensions in a span of 12 days. Pin Parvati is a popular trail and not without good reason, too. It is a trek which marries beauty to adventure for its exquisite landscapes and its challenging terrain. The beauty of the trek is hypnotic along with it being a challenging endeavor. This trail that takes you through all kinds of terrain – forests, meadows, streams, waterfalls, glaciers and the arid lands of Spiti, is a visual lesson in the coexistence of extremes. Be prepared for an overstimulation of all your senses!

But 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 realization that communities and cultures are a product of their environment is a sheer revelation you will witness on this trek.

Rife with poetry and drama, this trek is a much more challenging endeavor than its sister trek Pin Bhaba Pass (4,915M) which is much shorter and easier in terms of terrain and altitude gain. The length of the trek, the long distances, the demanding terrain and high vertical gains every day make the trek suitable for seasoned trekkers with extensive experience in the Himalayas. If you are a frequent trekker in the Himalayas, are familiar with altitude and acclimatization related difficulties and are looking for your next challenge, Pin Parvati Pass would be an excellent choice to make.

The best time to do this trek is between June and September. This is what makes the trek even more special. It is one of the few Himalayan treks which can be done in monsoons and hence allows you a window into the rich, monsoon landscape of the region. Stay on this page for more details on the Pin Parvati trek route map, itinerary, temperature chart, photos, and videos.


Day 1

Bhuntar (2,000M) to Barsheni (2,580M)

Distance: 50 kms drive

Time Taken: 2.5 hours

Today is a relaxed day – one which includes assembling at Bhuntar and then driving up to Barsheni, which is the trail head for Pin Parvati Trek. Bhunter is 11 kms from Kullu, Himachal Pradesh.  The airport at Bhuntar connects the place to all the major cities making it easily accessible. The drive from Bhuntar to Barsheni is 50 kms and should take about 2.5 hours to complete. From here, we trek to Kalga which will take less than 20 minutes to cover. We spend the remainder of the day going over the itinerary, getting acquainted to our fellow trekkers and settling into our accommodation for the day.

Day 2

Kalga (2,280M) - Kheerganga (2,960M) (Click to View GPS data)

Time Taken: 6 hours trek

Distance: 8 Kms

Kalga is a charming little village in Parvati Valley in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh. This beautiful establishment doubles up as the trail head for the popular Kheerganga trek which sees a lot of tourists each year. It also serves as a trail head for this trek.

The trail begins with a sharp descent until we hit the riverbed. Post this, it is a moderate climb all the way up to Nakthan which is an even smaller settlement. It accommodates close to 20-30 households with a few options of refreshments and snacks if you want to fill your tummies for the trek ahead. The village sits to the left of the roaring Parvati River and lies at a halfway mark on the trail to Kheerganga. Bordered by neatly laid out rows of apple trees on both sides of the village along with the variety of colours bursting out from the flora in and around the village, this tiny settlement is nothing if not refreshing. This is the landscape we follow all the way to Rudranag Temple. The Rudranag temple is 30 minutes from Nakhtan village and gets its name from the serpent-like waterfall near the temple.

Soak in the beauty of the place, for from here on, it is a steep climb up to Kheerganga. From Rudranag, we cross the wooden bridge over to the other side of the fierce Parvati River and follow the well-marked trail all the way to Kheerganga. 

A lot of streams that need crossing welcome you all through the trail. It is not overly strenuous though, for there are plenty of rest points all the way to the campsite for the day. Kheerganga is a small colony of temporary tent shelters. It’s bang in the middle of a massive meadow with a hot water spring just by your tents. If you decide to jump into this pool of warmth to take a bath, know that it is likely to be your last during this entire trip!

Day 3

Kheerganga (2,779M) to Tunda Bhuj (3200M) (Click to View GPS data)

Time Taken: 4 to 5 hours

Distance: 11.37 Kms

We make an early start from Kheerganga through the flower-strewn meadows on to our campsite for the day. At the beginning, the trail is muddy as opposed to the slightly rocky terrain we encountered the day before. The trek today is mostly through flat terrain with a few patches of ascent. It takes you through dense forests. More than the climb itself, there is a higher likelihood of delay to get to the campsite because of the picturesque landscape which might demand frequent and long halts just to soak all the beauty in. It is commonplace to chance upon families living in these thick forests going about their lives as you navigate your way through the trail.

The last bit for today is fairly steep, in a mucky terrain followed by a short walk through the meadows. When you start seeing the massive, foamy waterfalls on the other side of the river, lending to the dreamlike vibe of the place, know that you have reached your campsite for the day!

Day 4

Tunda Bhuj (3,200M) to Thakur Kuan (3,620M) (Click to View GPS data)

Time taken: 3 to 4 hours

Distance: 5.24 Kms

We will start the day right after an early breakfast. If you feel bad about leaving the beautiful campsite of Tunda Bhuj behind, worry not! The route today is strewn with meadows and waterfalls too. We have 400M of height to gain today, which means that it is a fairly easy day except for the tricky section at an hour’s mark from the beginning of the trail. It tends to get a bit precarious because of the possibility of landslides. Since we are now slowly moving towards the end of the tree line, the terrain starts to get a bit rocky – it would serve you well to exercise caution on this section. Our campsite for the day is a vast expanse of pasture land right next to the bustling Parvati River. There is a trolley bridge close to the campsite which you can check out in case you reach well before dark.

Day 5

Thakur Kuan (3,620M) to Odi Thatch (3,815M) (Click to View GPS data)

Time Taken: 4 to 5 hours

Distance: 9.66 Kms

Today is going to be one thrilling day for the two bridges which need crossing to get to our next campsite! After a mild ascent, there is a steep rise in the trail which gets you to the first bridge. Once you descend down to the river, you will encounter a massive boulder which needs to be crossed to continue on the trail. This massive boulder bang in the middle of the ferocious Parvati River is the first bridge which will make your palms sweat. It goes by the name of Pandu Pul 1. Just when you would have recuperated from this little river-crossing-in-style adventure, you will come across another 20 feet boulder just chilling in the middle of the thundering river giving you a strong sense of deja-vu! This one’s called Pandu Pul 2.

After this queer, double adventure, the trail now simmers down and is a fairly straight walk till Odi Thatch. This narrow trail with multiple routes spread across different directions is a shepherd trail. Remember to follow the person in front of you closely so as to not get lost in this labyrinth. Thatch means meadows and living up to its name, this galactic-looking campsite of Odi Thatch is in the middle of a vast pasture land.

Day 6

Odi Thatch (3,815M) to Mantalai (4,096M) (Click to View GPS data)

Time Taken: 5 to 6 hours

Distance: 10.31 Kms

If the day before can be labelled most thrilling, today earns the title of being the most fun! The trail for today is pretty straightforward with no harsh ascents or descents except for the last 300M to the lake. It’s a fair walk in the park along the banks of the pleasant and refreshing Parvati River. Halfway to our destination today, we get to a place called Mini Mantalai which is a junction for all the thousands of tiny streams which have made their way to this vast expense from different directions. This wide open land sees the merging of these many water bodies and is a marvel to witness. From Mini Mantalai, to get to the campsite for today, we now have to make a steep ascent of close to 300M which is manageable to negotiate. On the other side of the ascent lies the glacial lake, Mantalai – our campsite for the day on the banks of the lake surrounded by the mighty Himalayas.

Day 7

Mantalai (4,096M) to Base Camp I (4,800M) (Click to View GPS data)

Time Taken: 5 to 6 hours

Distance: 4.45 Kms

Today is a long and hard day with a height gain of almost 800M. Considering the challenge for the day, we make an early start, at the break of dawn while the sun is still hiding behind the high peaks in the region. At the start, the trail is a bit muddy with large sections of loose scree which require extreme caution to be navigated. Once this section is crossed, we begin the long and hard ascent for the day. On reaching the spur, the trail eases up a bit with gradual ascent until we hit the moraine section of the climb. The moraine section is only a kilometer but takes the longest time to traverse through. It is a fairly steep climb made much more difficult by the rocky terrain. On reaching the campsite, it won’t be long before you realize that we are camping on the edge of the Parvati glacier. Even otherwise, but especially on moonlit nights, the glacier is a sight to behold!

Day 8

Base Camp I (4,800M) to Base Camp II (4,800M) via Pin Parvati Pass (5,289M) (Click to View GPS data)

Time Taken: 7 - 8 hours

Distance: 6.37 Kms

Today is THE day! We pass the cross today and make our way into Spiti - a completely different world on the other side. Since it is going to be a long day, we make an early start, much before the break of dawn so that we get some firm ice to walk on. As the day starts to go up, the ice becomes unstable and hence much harder to walk on. Take one good look at the lush Parvati Valley before we bid it adieu to emerge in the cold desert of Spiti Valley. Today requires negotiating long distances on glaciers. It would serve well to exercise caution and to keep very close to your fellow climbers. Don’t be surprised if you chance upon a few open and many hidden crevasses which can prove to be extremely dangerous. On crossing the glacier, the last bit to get to the pass is a steep climb of close to 300-400M. This climb will take you straight to the top of the pass which gives you a glimpse into the two distinct valleys - the Parvati valley to one side and the Pin Valley on the other.

Our campsite for the day is close to a kilometer and a half away from here. This should not take very long since it is mostly just descent.

Day 9

Base Camp II (4,800M) to Wichkurung Thatch (3,500M) (Click to View GPS data)

Time Taken:  6 hours

Distance: 11.83 Kms

We again make an early start. The trail descends down sharply for around 3Km. Another 1.5kms will bring you to a river crossing section post which the descent continues. Three more kilometers and we cross the river over to the other side. We continue walking on this trail by the river till we reach our campsite for the day. After around 1.5 km there is a stream crossing, after that the decent still continues. The trail after crossing the river is fairly flat and easy which is a welcome change of pace after the last two days which have been tough.

Day 10

Wichkurung Thatch (3,500M) to Mudh (3,970M) to Kaza (3,800M) (Click to View GPS data)

Time Taken: 5 hours trek + drive to Kaza

Trek Distance: 15.26 Kms 

The trail today enters a wide-open valley with numerous streams spread across its floor. With the colors of the earth, spilling out of its dry cracks in the form of tufts and a strong smell of the herbs following you on the trail like a stalker, we stop for lunch near the water. Our destination is not too far from here. This trail leads us straight to the Mudh Village in the desolate, galactic Pin Valley. After you explore the peculiar mountain culture and are done introducing your taste buds to their local Himalayan cuisine, we hit the road again, this time to drive two hours to the town of Kaza. This is where we end our trail for the trek. Expect to reach Kaza late evening. Do remember to book your accommodation in this town before you lose network at the beginning of the trek.

Day 11

Departure from Kaza (3,800M)

Kaza is the largest township and a commercial hub of the Spiti valley. Famous for its monasteries and local shopping, there are a lot of small hamlets close to Kaza, for you to explore. A window into how people co-exist with the exotic wildlife of the terrain, their peculiar houses, lifestyle and means of livelihood in this barren land are every bit as fascinating as the trail for the trek.

To head out of Kaza, you can either hire private cabs or look into local buses. It is a good idea to arrange for your transport out of the town one day in advance.

Day 12

Buffer Day

In case of bad weather or other difficulties, Day 12 is reserved as a buffer day. This will only get used if unexpected and unforeseeable conditions present themselves at the last minute. But you are advised to account for the buffer day while planning your travel. In cases when this day is used an extra amount of INR 5000/- per person is payable and same is collected by trek leader in kaza.

Frequently Asked Questions

Pick your question

Eligibility: Is this trek good for me?

Pin-Parvati Trek is a difficult trek climbing to an altitude of 5298 metres. This expedition should only be attempted by the seasoned trekkers and for those who have done moderate level treks before. A maintenance of good physical stamina and fitness is a requisite.

Eligibility: Experience required

  • Should have at least 7-10 trekking days in the Himalayas in her kitty.
  • Should have done at least one Moderate Plus category trek.
  • For the trek’s achieving more than 6000 Mts, it would help if the person has experience of trekking at altitudes higher than 4500 mts.
For details on trek difficulty level, please read on Bikat Rating Scale

Packing List: What to pack

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Eligibility: Requisite Skills

  • Ascending & Descending on snow
  • Basics of Mountain Sickness
  • Basics of Mountain Hazards
  • How to use basic mountaineering equipment like gaiters & micro spikes
  • How to cross small and large water streams
  • Basic principles of acclimatization

Eligibility: Fitness benchmark

  • Jog/Run for 5 Kms in 25-30 mins Or Walk continuously for 10 kms (with 3-4 small breaks) on plain terrain (slight incline is better)
  • Hold your breath for 40 seconds
  • 3 sets of Climbing 30 – 40 steps in one stretch
  • Push Ups – 10
  • Lunges & Squats – 15 X 2 sets
  • If you are not meeting these benchmarks, please use the preparation schedule to improve your fitness till you achieve the above benchmarks.

Connectivity: How to Reach the base of the trek & how to go back from the end point?

The trek starts from Pulga Valley which is half an hour drive from Bhuntar. There are direct buses available from Delhi to Bhuntar. All the buses going from Delhi to Manali drop down at Bhuntar. The trek ends in Kaza Valley which is 200 km away from Manali. It takes about 7 hours drive from Kaza to Manali. The frequency of buses between Kaza and Manali is low. However, you can take a private taxi from Kaza to Manali.
Manali is well connected to Delhi with all kinds of transport (except direct train) and can easily be reached through road or air.
By Road: The road distance from Delhi to Manali is 536 km. There are overnight HRTC buses and Volvos available from ISBT Kashmere Gate, Delhi for Manali. It is a 14 hour journey by bus. You can book your bus tickets online through or any other bus services available. You can also hire a private taxi or an outstation cab from Delhi.
By Rail: To reach by train, take a direct train from Delhi to Pathankot. Some of the trains that run on this route are Delhi-Pathankot Express, Jammu Tawi Express, Delhi-Dhauladhar Express. You can then take a bus from Pathankot to Manali. Or you can take a connecting train to Joginder Nagar from Pathankot which is the nearest station to Manali. There are buses running frequently between Joginder Nagar and Manali.
By Air: The nearest airport is Bhuntar airport which is located 50 km from Manali. There are taxis available at the airport which will take you to Manali. You can also take local buses that keep running from Bhuntar to Manali at very regular frequency. Buses are decent and very cheap compared to taxi that can cost you around INR 2000-5000 depending upon season.

Nearby attraction: What are the nearby attractions that I can explore?

Manali is the gateway to Solang Valley where you can participate in adventure activities like paragliding, and zorbing in the summer months when the snow melts. Visit the ancient Hadimba Devi Temple which has an interesting mythological tale associated with it. Walk through the charming lanes of Old manali. Visit the bazaar to buy some souvenirs. Jogini Fall and Vashisht Temple are other famous attractions in Manali. You can also visit Rohtang pass while you are in Manali. Kaza, the capital of Spiti is also famous for a number of tourist attractions. There are spectacular monasteries and local shopping souks. Kibber, Komic, and Dhankar Village are few of the famous villages in the capital. You can visit the world’s highest motorable village - Kibber and the highest post office of the world - Hikkim (pin code 172114).

Connectivity: What is the cellular network connectivity for this trek?

You can find mobile reception till Pulga Village. There will be no connectivity beyond this point. BSNL user may get good signals in Kaza, and in Kibber.

Age limit: What is the minimum & maximum age limit?

The minimum age limit is 13 years. However, minors aged between 13 to 17 should be accompanied with their parents or guardians. If you are above the age of 60, kindly carry a medical certificate from your doctor that deem you fit for adventure activities like trekking.

Packing List: What to pack

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Packing List: How should I pack my rucksack?

Packing List: How should I select my trekking shoe?

Eligibility: Experience required

Should have an experience of at least 10 – 15 trek days in the Himalayas, At least one Moderate Plus category trek, Experience of trekking at altitudes higher than 4700 - 5000 mts, Medical fitness certificate from CMO of a recognized hospital.

Eligibility: Fitness benchmark

  1. Jog/Run for 5 Kms in 25-30 mins Or Walk continuously for 10 kms (with 3-4 small breaks) on plain terrain (slight incline is better) - You would be required to produce a screenshot from a fitness app testifying the same
  2. Hold your breath for 40 seconds
  3. 3 sets of Climbing 30 – 40 steps in one stretch, Push Ups – 10, Lunges & Squats – 15 X 2 sets
If you are not meeting these benchmarks, please use the preparation schedule to improve your fitness till you achieve the above benchmarks.

Eligibility: Requisite skills

How to use an Ice Axe
How to use Climbing boots & Crampons
How to rope up & follow queued climbing/descending
How to self-arrest using an ice axe
Knowledge of Basic First aid

Eligibility: Is this trek good for me?

Pin-Parvati Trek is a difficult trek climbing to an altitude of 5298 metres. This expedition should only be attempted by the seasoned trekkers and for those who have done moderate level treks before. A maintenance of good physical stamina and fitness is a requisite.

Mandatory documents: What are the mandatory documents required for the expedition?

ID Proof (Soft Copy to be sent to us in Advance & original to be carried) and Medical Certificate (Soft Copy to be sent to us & original to be carried) are the mandatory documents required for this trek.

About the activity: Why should I go for this trek?

Pin Parvati Trek

Hands down Pin Parvati trek is one of the best treks of the Indian Himalayas. This trek takes you from the lush green Kullu Valley to the barren Spiti valley. Pin Parvati trek is not meant for inexperienced trekkers. The 10-day trek is highly scenic and offers some of the best camping locations. Trekkers looking to push their limits should go for Pin Parvati trek.

Best Season: What are the best months to visit this trek?

Pin Parvati trek best time is from July to September.

Connectivity: How to Reach the base of the trek & how to go back from the end point?

From Bhuntar road distance to Pulga is about 48 Kms and should take about 2 hours. Pulga is the nearest road head for this trek which is also a Dam site. The endpoint Kaza will also be reached by a taxi ride.

Nearby attraction: What are the nearby attractions that I can explore?

Pin Parvati trek ends in Spiti Valley which is famous for its eternal beauty. You can keep some spare days to explore the places around Kaza like - Kibber village, key monastery, Langza, Komic and Hikkim. You can plan a day trip to Chandratal Lake also. Manali is also a huge tourist attraction. Travelers come to visit Manali from all over the country. Here's the list of top attractions near Manali

Accommodation: What will be the accommodation type in this trek?

On trekking days, all the trekkers will be accommodated in twin or triple sharing tents. Along with this, there will be also be a toilet tent and a dining tent installed at every campsite as we roll.

Accommodation: What will be the accommodation type in this trek?

The stay will be at hotels/guesthouse.

Equipment and facilities: What kind of tents and sleeping bags will be provided to us?

We provide 4 seasons tents by Gipfel for higher altitudes which can easily withstand heavy snowfall and storms. They are spacious enough to accomodate 3 people at once with a vestibule to place the backpacks. Our sleeping bags are made up of Heatseeker Pro synthetic insulation that can provide you comfort in -10 degrees celsius. We also use additional fleece liners to have thermal efficiency even in the extreme temperatures of -17 degrees Celsius. If you carry your own sleeping bag, you will get a cashback reward provided that you inform us as soon as you have booked your trek.

Weather conditions: When will there be snow on this trek?

Yes, there will be snow on Pin Parvati Trek.

Miscellaneous : Who will lead us on the trek?

A team of participant will be led by a course certified trek leader and a local guide. All participants are requested to abide by what their leader says. There will also be a team of kitchen staff and porters on the trek. We maintain 1:8 ratio of trek leader and participants. All our trek leaders and staff have a certified training in first-aid and rescue operation.

Transport: In case we opt for the transport with you, where will you pick us from and where will you drop?

The pickup will be from Bhuntar.

Miscellaneous : Is there an option to offload my backpack?

If you want to offload your rucksack, you will have to make a request for offloading a few days prior the trek through an email so that arrangement can be made in advance. You will be charged per day for offloading your rucksack. In case you decide to offload on the spot, you may have to pay a higher price than usual. However offloading your rucksack is not recommended since it is not a safe practice.

Miscellaneous : Is the trekking pole necessary?

It is not mandatory but it is more convenient with the pole. If you don’t want to buy one, you can rent it from us on minimal daily basis charges. You can request the renting link from us.

Miscellaneous : Are there any local stores/shops from where I can shop trekking necessities?

Bhuntar has reasonable size market but because of immediate departure from Bhuntar last minute purchasing might be difficult. Please do not leave anything for last minute buying.

Miscellaneous : Is it safe for solo woman traveller to trek in Fixed departures?

Yes, it is absolutely safe for solo woman to travel in fix departures. Women on the trek will be sharing tent with each other. In case you are the only woman on the trek, you will be given a separate tent.

Miscellaneous : Will you give certificates on completion of trek?

Yes, e-certificates will be given at the end of each trek provided that you completed it. It will bear your name, the trek, and the maximum altitude you achieved on the trek.

Weather conditions: What will the temperatures be like during this trek?

July and August: 15-10 deg celsius during the day and at night temperatures may drop to 5 deg celsius. Day temperatures in September will be around 7 deg celsius and at night temperatures will vary from 0-2 deg celsius.

Equipment and facilities: Are there any washroom/toilet facilities on the trek?

Toilet tents will be provided to you on the trek. These are portable toilets tents where a deep pit will be dug. A shovel will be provided inside the tent to cover the waste after you have made your business. You can take a toilet roll inside. Make sure you dig used toilet paper along with the waste. Though water is recommended in place of toilet paper. Please refrain from using wet wipes as they are non-biodegradable. There will be no facility for bathing on the trek. Go through our blog section for tips on how to maintain personal hygiene on treks.

Equipment and facilities: If we trek in snow, what equipment will you provide?

You will be provided with good quality of gaiters and microspikes from us depending upon the situation of the snow. Our trek leaders will also be carrying ropes and ice axe.

Equipment and facilities: What kind of food will be provided for the trek?

Vegetarian food will be served throughout the trek. The only non-vegetarian item served on our treks are eggs. Our kitchen staff follows a proper menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner which has been designed in order to fulfil the nutritional requirements of the participants. There will be milk, poha, eggs, muesli/corn flakes, bread and butter served for breakfast. Rice or simple roti sabzi will be packed for lunch. In dinner, you will have dal, egg curry or any other vegetarian dish along with rice, roti, and a dessert item. Packed lunch will be provided to you on the days you are trekking. You are requested to carry your own tiffin box and a mug to consume food. The meals consumed on journey and arrival day are not included in our cost.

Equipment and facilities: What equipment can I rent from you?

You can rent following items from us- Trekking Pole, Trekking Shoes, Fleece Jacket, Rucksack.

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What's Included

Whats Included

  • Veg Food (Starting Dinner on Day 1 till lunch on Day 10).Three Meals a day
  • Gamow Bag (HAPO Chamber) - 1 per batch
  • Portable Stretcher - 1 per batch
  • Stay in Hotel/Guest house on triple Sharing basis in Pulga. Guest House stay in Kaza on twin sharing basis
  • Satellite Phone & Radio Set for emergency communication
  • Forest Permits/Camping Charges/Permits, Trek Permit Fee/IMF Permission (Upto the amount charged for Indian nationals)
  • Camping tents on twin sharing, Temp rated sleeping bags, mattress
  • Micro-spikes, Gaiters, Helmets, Harness, and carabiners, as required
  • Mountaineering course certified Trek Leader with Wilderness Emergency Responder & special rescue course from NIM Uttarkashi
  • First Aid Certified Local guide, cook, helpers
  • Porters or mules for carrying common luggage

Whats Not Included?

  • Meals during road journeys
  • Any kind of Insurance
  • Any expense of personal nature
  • Any expense not specified in the inclusion list
  • Carriage of personal rucksack
  • Meals during Hotel Stay

Cancellation Policy

Cash Refund

Cancellations up to 30 days prior to departure date
5% Deduction

Between 30 days to 15 days prior to departure
50% deduction

Less than 15 days of departure
No Cash Refund

Voucher Refund

Cancellations up to 5 days prior to departure date
No Deduction

Cancellations less than 5 days prior to departure
No Refund

Please note
  • Cash refund is applicable only in case of bookings made without using any promotional offer code or vouchers.
  • This is only a brief of cancellation terms. For finer details please refer Detailed Cancellation Policy.

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