Region: Manali Total Duration – 7 Nights / 8 Days Style Of Trip – Climbing Maximum Altitude – 5289 mtrs (17353ft). Grade – Moderate Best Season – June to October Accommodation – Hotel/Guesthouse; Organized Campsite Food – On trek – All meals included Things to Pack Day pack, good sports shoes,sweat proof t shirt, cap , UV rays protected sunglasses, raincoat, extra socks, water bottle,Spoon,Plate,Mug,Lunch box(for pack lunch) torch, cold cream, sunscreen, toilet soap, towel, medicines that you usually use. Situated in Beas Kund area of Pir Panjal range at an altitude of 5289m, Friendship peak is an ideal non-technical trekking peak for those with limited or no mountaineering experience but requires good fitness. Surrounded by several other peaks like Hanuman Tibba, Shetidhar,Indra Asan and Deo Tibba. The summit of the Friendship peak offers spectacular panoramic views of the Pir Panjal and Dhauladhar ranges. Drive to Solang by a taxi. From solang to dhundi moderate walk. Easy walk through the forest of Pine, Maple, Walnut, Silver fir and Oak. From Dhundi to Bakar thach is a highland meadow, a leisurely walk of 2-3 hours will lead to the Beas Kund. We set up our base camp around or above the lake. Spend the following day around the camp practicing movement on snow and ice. Get familiar with the use of your equipment. Learn the techniques and how to arrest a fall on the slope. Wake up early in the morning and after a quick bite get ready for the climb up to the summit. It’s best to be up at the summit early in the morning to make the best of the weather and get good views. At the summit one can see in the west of Dhundi the highest mountain of the Dhauladhar Mt. Hanuman Tibba 5940 m. is erected, on the east Deo Tibba 6001 m, and Indra Asan 6100 m. can be seen if the weather is in your favor. Once Friendship peak is summated at 5394m., Descend down to the base camp. Next morning start to Dhundi, the roadhead and drive back to Manali. Overnight hotel in Manali.
Region: Manali Total Duration – 12 Nights / 13 Days Style Of Trip – Climbing Maximum Altitude – 5932 m/ 19450 ft. Grade – Moderate to Difficult Best Season – June to October Accommodation – Hotel/Guesthouse; Organized Campsite Food – On trek – All meals included Hanuman tibba is a wonderful pyramid peak rising at 5940m, located at Beas Kund glacier in Dhauladhar Range, in the North of Manali above Solang valley. It is famous among climbers and adventure seekers. The peak demands fair amount of endurance and stamina to conquer it. The importance and the popularity of the peak could be understood with fact that the Western Himalayan mountaineering institute at Manali, used to take its participants of advance course to this summit.This peak is more clear when you travel to Rohtang pass. It is not the highest peak in Manali region but as other peak it gives suitable peak climbing experience. For Hanuman tibba expedition we set off our trek from Solang valley. Reach dhundi through deodar oak birch trees by taxi. From dhundi to bakar thach between beautiful meadows to Beas Kund lake in couple of hours. A tiny lake which is the source of the river Beas is holy to the locals and is known as Beas kund. Beas kund to tentu gully is 2-3 hours trek . We set up base camp below tentu gully to shorten the distance towards gully and set up our base camp for upcoming days. On the next day load ferry over tentu gully. After load ferry we cross Tentu la pass and establish advance base camp. It takes 4-5 hours to cross the tentu pass. The gully is ultimate test for the climbers.The trek is steep and slippry at the top of the gully. After crossing the tentu pass we walk half an hour and reach near to a small lake, fix our camp for overnight stay. The campsite is surrounded by the rocky mountains, so the rock falls are randomly noticed and heard even when you are asleep. The place is safe because the camp is at ideal distance from the cliffs. Next morning climb on morains and glaciers for almost a day will testify the spirits of the climbers. We try to go as near to the peak to set up summit base camp below the Hanuman Tibba. One can see the Peak clearly and find the safe route to the summit while having a cup of tea and snacks below.Next day early in the morning probably in the dark we attempt to the summit. The peak is climbed via South - West face. The view up at the summit is out of this world. The peak is surrounded by many snow covered peaks like Deo tibba, Inderkila and other lesser elevated peaks. A little of technical ability but the stamina requires to climb this summit. After summit head back to summit camp. In the morning descend back to the base camp. Take a rest for one day and next day trek back to Dhundi. Back to Solang Valley, drive to manali. Things to Pack Send with Confirmation and inquiry.
Region: Sapiti Total Duration – 23 Nights / 24 Days Style Of Trip – Climbing Maximum Altitude – 6816 mtr. Grade – Difficult Best Season – June to September Accommodation – Hotel/Guesthouse; Organized Campsite Food – On trek – All meals included Reo Purgyil, sometimes known as Leo Pargial and Leo Pargil is a mountain peak at the southern end of the Zanskar Range in the Western Himalaya area of the Himalayas. It is located on the Himachal Pradesh and Tibetan border in the Kinnaur district of Himachal Pradesh, India. At 6,816 m Reo Purgyil is the highest mountain peak in the state of Himachal Pradesh. Geologically the peak is a dome structure and is part of a great massif that rises above the Satluj River (Sutlej) and overlooks the western valley of Tibet. The Spiti River, a right hand tributary of the Satluj, drains the northern face of the massif. The highest peak is often obscured by clouds and is located about 2 km to the south of Peak 6791, a well known slightly shorter twin brother with a height of 6,791 m. Peak 6791 is widely referred to as Leo Pargial and has sufficient topographic prominence to be classified as a mountain in its own right. Nako village is the last road head for this expedition, located on the slopes of the mountain, close to the India-Tibet border.
Region: Garhwal Himalaya Total Duration – 8 Nights / 9 Days Maximum Altitude – 4575 m. Grade – Easy. Best Season – June to October Accommodation – Hotel/Guesthouse; Organized Campsite Food – On trek – All meals included Things to Pack Rucksack, cotton clothes, good trekking shoes, a warm jacket, Gloves, warmer, woolen or monkey cap covering head and ears, UV rays protected sunglasses, raincoat, extra socks, water bottle, torch, cold cream, sunscreen, toilet soap, towel, Walking Stick medicines that you usually use.
Region: Manali Total Duration – 7 Nights / 8 Days Style Of Trip – Climbing Maximum Altitude – 15500 ft. Grade – easy Best Season – Jun to October Accommodation – Hotel/Guesthouse; Organized Campsite Food – On trek – All meals included
Region: Leh Total Duration – 24 Nights / 25 Days Style Of Trip – Climbing Maximum Altitude – 7135 mtr. Grade – Difficult Best Season – July to September Accommodation – Hotel/Guesthouse; Organized Campsite Food – On trek – All meals included
Region: Uttarkashi Total Duration – 26 Nights / 27 Days Style Of Trip – Climbing Maximum Altitude – 7075 mtr. Grade – Difficult Best Season – June to October Accommodation – Hotel/Guesthouse; Organized Campsite Food – On trek – All meals included Satopanth in local dialect literally means “path of the truth”. Mount Satopanth is located in Garhwal Himalaya region of Uttarakhand. Mt. Satopanth gets respected position among the passionate trekkers for technically moderate trail and a complex glacial approach. It is the second highest mountain in the Gangotri group in Uttarakhand and is found in the remote India Garhwal Himalayan Range. It makes a convincing plan to the passionate mountaineers, willing to make the conversion from trekking peaks to climbing peaks and experience the high alpine environment at 7,000m. Zigzag paths passing over the sharp edges lead to an incredibly beautiful and remote area where you will be blessed with the close views of Bhagirathi II and Gangotri Glacier. The en-route is a complex glacier approach, high angled snow slopes before the final section to the summit. At just over 7,000m, the effect of high altitude is a significant factor, as is the remote location and possibility of extreme weather. Mt. Satopanth serves as a good introduction to technical climbing, with climbers being familier to the use of crampons, fixed ropes and jumar climbing. The jaw dropping views of Thalay Sagar, Shivling and the terrifying granite pillars of Bhagirathi III are the delights of this expedition. En-route you see the views which you will love to relish in later years. Your Base Camp at Vasuki Tal will let you stretch your arms on the cozy lap of Nature, while your further walk to the next Base Camp will be challenging and will give you gusto to carry on. Prior to the summit bid we will camp at three more sites and spending around three weeks of time we will be back home carrying exceptional trekking memories.
Manirang is one of the highest mountains in the Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It lies on the border between Kinnour and Lahaul and Spiti district. Among the High altitude passes in the Himalayan region of Spiti valley, Manirang Pass is regarded as the most remote and hard even today. This pass is reckoned to be one of the least explored mountain passes in the Indian Himalaya. Mount Manirang (Altitude: 6593 mtr. / 21625.04 ft) is known as the crown of the Spiti valley, is a ultimate challenge for the mountaineers. Close to the peak is the high Manirang pass, the Manirang Pass is located at an altitude of 5550 m, one of the shortest connecters in between Kinnaur and Spiti. Which was one of the early trade routes between Spiti and Kinnaur, before the motor able road was built. Trek starts from Kaza and passes through Sapena, Manirang Pass, Rankali and Pankit lands in Rupa village.The whole region is situated in the rain shadow area and more or less lies dry other than winter. The undulating terrain is very harsh comprising of boulders, marine and difficult to access without a proper guide due to sheer remoteness. Weather conditions vary during the period of expedition. The trek starts from Mane a small village further from Kaza in Spiti , after trekking around two hours we reach near Yang Tso. We establish camp there. We start for Base camp through a vast field then cross a stream. After crossing the stream we start to negotiate a gradual slope keeping stream on our right. It is a long march. We establish our Base camp on the right bank of the stream. Over night we spent at Base camp. We will take rest at BC that our body gets used to the altitude and the atmosphere. After acclimatizing and having rest, we move for load ferry to Camp-I. After sometime we cross the stream and start moving through a gradual slope keeping the stream on our left, then we again cross the stream and reach on moraine zone on the right bank after three hours of trek. We dump our load there and return to BC. On next day we move for Camp-I. We establish our Camp-I at an altitude of 5200 m. The other day we start for load ferry to Camp-II. First we move following the right bank of the stream. After a while we start to negotiate a vast boulder field then stiff slope of scree and dump our stuff there, then return back to camp-I. In the morning we move for Camp-II. We establish our Camp-II at an altitude of 5200 m. Manirang Pass is clearly visible from this campsite. We start ferrying load to Camp-III. First we move following the ice field of the glacier towards Manirang pass. After a while we start to negotiate a stiff slope of moraine. Reaching on the pass we again start to negotiate a stiff loose boulder slope. We leave our load there and return back. On the following day we ascend for recee and rope fixing towards summit route following the rock face. We climb the rock face and fix rope the entire route, then reach on the top of the rock face after three hours and return to summit camp. The route is very difficult due to loose rocks on the face. It could cause injury anytime by rock fall to anyone. In early morning move for summit attempt. We will climb over the rock and ice mixed slope following the fixed rope. After gaining the ridge we start climbing through gradual snow slope. After a while we will be at a rock and ice mix zone towards summit. The climbing on the last portion is tiring and challenging. On the summit.the weather condition is not often clear and depends on luck. We will offer puja and take photographs at summit. We pray to the almighty at summit. At the top of the peak you will be busy to enjoy your hardships during the expedition as well as to take photographs of 360’ surroundings. We start to return back following the same route and reach summit camp. We spend the night at summit camp. Return back to base camp and so on to Mane village. Return to Kaza then Kaza to Manali by taxi.
Maximum Altitude – 6001 mtrs Best Season – Mid June to October Accommodation – Hotel/Guesthouse; Organized Campsite Food – On trek – All meals included. Things to Pack: Rucksack 60 ltr, cotton clothes, good trekking shoes and Gum Boot, a warm jacket, warmer, woolen or monkey cap covering head and ears, UV rays protected sunglasses, raincoat, extra socks (cotton or woolen), water bottle, torch, cold cream, sunscreen, toilet soap, sanitizer, towel, walking Stick medicines that you usually use. Deo Tibba is a beautiful 6001m. High peak situated in the Pir Panjal range of mountains in the Manali region of Himachal Pradesh. It is located at Duhangan Nalla and Malana glacier. Deo Tibba consists of an extensive ice cap, the actual climb being a snow hump accessible on the edge of the ice plateau is reached. It also has the beauty of being just over the 6000 m. high mark which is a great achievement for any climber. According to the Hindu religion Deo Tibba is the assembly site of the Gods, where Indra the lord of all Gods and also the God of war and weather carries out a meeting from his throne. As to the mythology the Gods sit on top of the dome shaped peak. Mt. Deo Tibba expedition is suitable for professional trekkers and climbers who have ample knowledge of snow, ice and mountaineering techniques. The road head for the trek to base is Jagatsukh village just 6 kms far from Manali. From jagatsukh to khanol by taxi and then trek starts stopping at chhika in an hour. After chhika we hike up leaving tree line behind till Pandu ropa. After Pandu ropa we reach seri in 4-5 hours. Seri is a huge pasture ground surrounded by the peaks. Seri to tenta is about 3-4 hours. It is a 3 or 4 day approach walk to base camp depending on where base camp is established. One possibility for base camp is located near a glacier lake called "Chandra Tal" close to the main glacier that falls off the south-east face of Deo Tibba. This is at an altitude of 4500m/14850ft. It is quite a high base camp and depending on the rate of acclimatization, the base camp may be set lower at around 4070m/13430ft. This will mean the camp at the Col that is spoken about below becomes Camp II with Camp I at 4500m/14850ft.Moving on to Camp One at Duangan Col (Duangan Pass) the route crosses the Deo Tibba Glacier takes a steep slope of between 45 and 55 degrees for around 300 m. The climbing is mixed on snow, rock and ice to cover this portion of the climb to the Col (pass). For safe travel ropes will need to be fixed for most of this section. After reaching Duhangan Col. Camp One can be set at the Col, or a little further on at the base of some more technical ground known as the Pitton Ridge. The Col is generally preferred but also depends on the general conditions at the time. Many climbers make a direct ascent from this high camp to the summit via the Pitton Ridge which faces east. The ridge is quite steep and again requires fixed rope for safe travel for around 150 m. Soon after climbing the rock of the Pitton Ridge you move onto the snow field. From this point on, Deo Tibba and its neighbour Indrasan are visible. For climbers moving at a good pace it is only an additional 2 hours from this point onwards following the left side of the upper glacier. Because of Deo Tibba's giant snow dome covering it, is a relatively easy final ascent with few crevasses to negotiate. The slope steepens to around 50 degrees just below the summit for about 50 m. The summit itself is quite a wide expanse able to accommodate all climbers. After summit get back to the camp II, camp I and to base camp. Next day descend back to chhika. Camp for a night. Reach khanool in an hour, drive to jagatsukh or to manali by taxi.
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