Region: Spiti

 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.

23 Nights 24 Days Available on request Himachal Pradesh
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Trek LineUp:


Day to visit Indian Mountaineering Foundation (IMF) for briefing and to full fill all formalities. Overnight stay at hotel.

Day 2: Delhi – Manali.

Day 3: Documentation in Manali

Day for full fill all formalities with Local Administration & Forest Department. Overnight stay at Hotel.

Day 4: Manali to kaza by Vehicle.

We will leave Manali early morning and drive to Kaza (11,980 feet) by road. A long journey, of around 10 hours, but the enchanting views of Spiti valley make it all worth. 
Overnight at hotel, Kaza
Day 5: Kaza to Nako by vehicle.

Another beautiful drive from Kaza to Nako (12,014 feet), where you can spend the afternoon at your leisure. 
Overnight at hotel, Nako
Day 6: Rest at nako.

Spend the day at your leisure, acclimatizing to the altitude. Today we will have a short briefing and meeting on the upcoming days. We will also pay a visit the historic Buddhist monastery at Nako, which dates as far back as 1025 AD. 
Overnight at hotel, Nako
Day 7: Nako to transit camp 1.

We set up two transit camps in order to reach our base campsite of the expedition where all the luggage will be carried by mules and we go through the trails of cold deserts of the region.

Day 8: Transit camp 1 to transit camp 2.

Day 9: Transit Camp 2 to Base Camp.

Having arrived at base camp we will set up camp and begin briefing and safety techniques. During our stay in Base Camp we will study the local weather forecast and the gradient of the route, based on this we plan our further days of the expedition. Equipment distribution, route planning, team planning (advance +backup team) revising technical skills, studying tricky passes of the expedition and making plans to tackle them and also getting familiar to the use of equipments. Overnight Stay at BC

Day10: Rest at Base Camp.

Overnight stay at Basecamp
Day 11: Base Camp to Camp1 (acclimatization and load ferry) back to BC

Overnight stay at Basecamp

Day12Base Camp to Camp1 (acclimatization and load ferry) back to BC

Overnight stay at Basecamp

Day13: Base Camp to Camp1.

Day14: Camp1 to Summit Camp.

This day we will leave ABC and climb up to summit camp, we will set up our summit camp.
Overnight Stay at Summit Camp
Day 15: Summit camp to Summit (6816 m.) and back to Summit camp.

This is our first day when we attempt for Summit, on our successful attempt we will go back to summit camp. Overnight Stay at summit camp.

Day 16: Reserve day for summit.

Day 17: Reserve Day for Summit.

Day 18: Camp 1 to Base Camp.

Night stay at BC.

Day 19: Base camp to transit camp.

Overnight at transit camp.

Day 20: Transit Camp to Nako.

Day 21: Nako to Kaza.

A scenic drive from Nako to Kaza, where you can spend the afternoon at your leisure. 
Overnight at hotel, Kaza
Day 22: Kaza to Manali.

Travel to Manali by road where you can rest and enjoy the evening at your leisure - exploring this hill station, and if you like, doing some shopping!
 Overnight at hotel, Manali
Day 23: Manali – Delhi.


Morning visit IMF to full fill all formalities and de – briefing .Later in the afternoon group breakup.



What is included in the tour

  • Highly advanced, Professional & certified mountaineering (Instructor/guide) from Himalaya Destination.
  • Skilled local Guide who has ample knowledge of the route.
  • Vegetarian meals on the Climbing. (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
  • Cooks/Helper and other requisite staff.
  • HAF/LAF/Porters/mules for carrying common equipments (like rations/tents/utensils/and Central climbing Equipment)
  • Equipments – Tents on sharing basis / Sleeping bags / Sleeping Mattress/ Sleeping bag Inner
  • During Trek & Expedition we will provide you Dome/Alpine/High Altitude tents on twin sharing basis. Camping mattresses, kitchen tent, dining tent, camping stool etc would be provided.
  • High Altitude Porters to ferry loads, set up high camps, fix ropes etc
  • Climbing Guide’s support up to Summit
  • Butane gas bottle for high altitude cooking
  • Meals: In Hotel only breakfast will serve. While on trek all meals will be provided. Meals will be freshly prepared and will be a mix of Indian, Chinese & Continental.
  • High Altitude meal: We will use tin packed food in high altitude.
  • Basic First aid Kit with portal oxygen.
  • Forest Permits, wild life fee and camping charges.
  • State Government Fees.

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Personal Porters for carrying Climber’s backpacks
  • Air fare
  • Any charges for carrying still/video cameras etc.
  • Personal expenses like tips, telephone calls, laundry, etc.
  • Group Gears for climbing e.g. rope, pitons, snow bars, crabs etc
  • Individual Climbing Gears and clothing; special individual mountain diet if any
  • Inner Line Permit.
  • Personal insurance or cost of emergency evacuation
  • Purchases of personal natures (like Alcohol, Soft drink, mineral water bottles/bottled or canned beverages/chocolates/dry fruits etc)
  • Food to/from the trailhead.
  • Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances like landslides, road blocks, bad weather, etc.
  • Travel insurance.
  • IMF Permissions, Royalty and Registration.
  • Liaison Officer Cost (included for foreign expedition only)