Region: Parvati and Spiti Valley

 Total Duration -7 Nights / 8 Days

 Maximum Altitude – 16120 ft./4900 m.

 Grade – Challenging.

 Best Season – Mid June  to October

 Accommodation – Hotel/Guesthouse; Organized Campsite

 Food – On trek – All meals included

 Distance – 62 KM.


7 Nights 8 Days Available on request Himachal Pradesh
Strength Level

Fixed Departure Tariff - 18,999 /- per person


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 and medicines that you usually use.


Trek Schedule: 

Day 1: Shimla – Narkanda – Hattu Peak – Rampur – Jeori – Sarahan. (175km. by vehicle)

Day 02: Sarahan – Jeori –Wangtu – Karcham – Kalpa. (92Km)

Day 03: Kalpa – Kafnu (7870ft.) (85 Km).

Day 04: Kafnu – Muling  (10770ft.) (5-6hrs).

Day 05: Kara –Kara- Pushtirang  (13660ft.) (7-8hrs).

Day 06: Pushtirang –Bhaba Pass (16120ft.) – Bolder (6-7hrs).

Day 07: Bolder – Mud- Kungri – Tabo (4-5 hrs).

Day 08: Tabo – Sarahan – Shimla  (365km.)
Leave early morning from Tabo and reach Shimla by evening. This can be broken up with an additional 1 or 2 nights in Kalpa or Sangla as per your plans.


What is included in the tour

Teriff Inclusions

  • Local transport during Trek.
  • Highly Advanced and qualified Guide from Himalaya Destination.
  • Skilled Local Guide who has ample knowledge of the route.
  • Vegetarian meals on the trek (Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner)
  • Cooks/Helper and other requisite staff.
  • Porters/mules for carrying common equipments (like rations/tents/utensils)
  • Equipment’s – Tents on sharing basis / Sleeping bags / Sleeping Mattress/ Sleeping bag Inner
  • While on trek all meals will be provided. Meals will be freshly prepared and will be a mix of Indian, Chinese & Continental.
  • Basic First aid Kit with portal oxygen.
  • Forest Permits and camping charges.

What is NOT included in the tour

Tariff Excludes

  • Personal Porters for carrying trekker’s backpacks.
  • Personal trekking equipments – like trekking poles or sleeping bag liners.
  • Personal insurance or cost of emergency evacuation
  • Purchases of personal natures (like mineral water bottles/bottled or canned beverages/chocolates/dry fruits etc)
  • Food to/from the trail head.
The best time to trek Bhabha Pass starts from the mid May –October. Post monsoon season would be ideal for this trek to avoid snow, making path slippery at lower parts of the trek.
The Bhabha Pass trek is sheer endurance trek and demands high level of fitness. For this trek one should have done multiple prior treks in the Himalayas. Strengthen up your fitness by doing exercises playing outdoor games. This will help you become fitter to explore and trek easily walking long distances. Walk with backpack weighing at least 10 kg’s while training, that will help used of carrying loads later on this arduous trek. Stop smoking if you do.
This trek is not for first timers, as it is a high altitude trekking which needs prior experience of trekking. For neophytes there are many treks which can be done before taking part on this trek. You can check our website for moderate treks.
We serve only vegetarian food during the trek starting up with breakfast, packed lunch, evening snacks, soup and dinner. Vegetarian food is healthy and easy to digest at high altitudes and gives sufficient energy to keep on treading. Yes, you should bring a lunch box, that you can carry your packed lunch.
Clothing plays a key role on such harsh treks, where one has to stay warm to avoid any kind of sickness. So trekking needs a precise packing of things like Day pack (50ltrs)Dry fit shirts (4) Trousers(4 pairs) Fleece jackets(2)Feather jackets(1)Down feather(1)Balaclava (1)Fleece gloves(2pair)woolen socks (2pair) warm socks(2pair)water bottle(1) pee bottle(1)Lip balm Vaseline, Torch+extra batteries, water purifiers(Chlorine tablets)sunscreen lotion, Cold cream, Thermals (top and bottom 2 pairs)Sandals(1pair) wind proof jacket, poncho, UV protected sunglasses, toiletries, underwear(3-4)head torch, Bag covers, anti bacterial powder, trekking pole. The things mentioned can be opted as per requirements and capacity carrying loads of an individual.
The decent trekking shoes with waterproof, good gripping soles will be perfect for this trek. Avoid bringing sports shoes because it will not grip on extreme terrains. You have to buy any trekking shoe a week before to get comfortable with the fittings and not getting any kind of blisters or sores while on the trek. Buy high ankle support shoes that will help trekking on the slants. Buy one size larger than your regular size so you will feel comfortable after wearing multiple socks during the cold.
No, the network is inconsistent or there will not be any coverage during the trek. Once the road head is left forget about making calls or do any urgent calls before leaving for the trek.
The weather is unpredictable and will be considered only at the moment of time. It will vary warm sunny day to extreme cold temperatures dropping below 0 to -5 degrees at nights.
Yes, but you have to let us know at least 10 days earlier. We will arrange a pony or a porter to load your sack. It will cost you 1000/- rupees a day and weight should not exceed 12 kg’s.
The age starts from 15 years to 60 year old adult.
Yes, you can carry medicines. It is good to carry some basic medicines to avoid chances of sickness on high altitude trekking. For this we have list of some medicines written below: Crepe bandage (3-5 m), Band aid (10 strips), cotton (1 roll), ORS (4-5pk), Volini spray, providine, Crocin tablets, Avomine, Combiflam, Disprin, Digene, Spasimonil, Diamox, Electoral. Yes, medical certificate is mandatory for every trekker. Medical form should be certified by a recognized doctor claiming that you are fit to do trek. If in case you have any health related prior illnesses, you should consult the doctor and carry all necessary medications.
Yes, medical form is mandatory to confirm your fitness that deems one to be suitable for the trek. Medical form should be certified by a well recognized Doctor. It assures us that you have not any health related problems and can do the trek smoothly. If you have any other prior illnesses please consult your doctor that you can take part or not on this trek.
In any case of any emergency our staff is skilled and trained for such situations held at high altitude. Our team has a wealth of experience dealing with high altitude sicknesses and urgent situations. We carry first aid kit and oxygen cylinders with us and in any emergency we rescue the trekker till the road head. After reaching road any additional cost of evacuation is borne by the trekker. All and all it is trekkers responsibility to get a certified medical fitness document before coming for the trek, which certifies that the trekker is fit for the trek.
The group will be lead by the professional instructors, guides and local staff. These people are well qualified and have ample knowledge and experience to ensure safety and security of the group. The staff is cooperative and helpful whenever needed. So be humble and respectful tois cooperative and helpful whenever needed. So be humble and respectful to the staff, and then one will enjoy the trek in decent manner.
Yes, there will be toilets at every camp site. These toilets are eco friendly dry toilets with deep pit inside with a mound of soil aside to cover your organic waste. You have to use only tissue paper/rolls, avoid using wet wipes because they are non degradable.
Yes mountain water is drinkable. Mountain water is natural source of drinking water and is full of minerals. Thousands of people living in the mountains rely on the water coming down from the glaciers. One can drink water directly from the streams en route while trekking or one can ask guide or instructors, from where they can fill water. If someone is unsure one can carry chlorine tablets along with them. But we recommend this water for drinking as it makes acclimatization faster.
No alcohol/smoking consumption during the trek. Drinking Alcohol dehydrates the body and is not allowed.
The average trekking distance for this trek is 8-11 km. with 7-9 hours trek. This trek is long and hard, so early start is prerequisite.
Every high altitude trekking comes with its share of risk. But our staff is well qualified to tackle any high altitude sicknesses or any odd situation with their wealth of experiences. Hence there is only thing to consider that every participant should listen to the leader and ensure how things could go wrong with just fraction of carelessness. After all it depends on the trekker how he/she takes the instruction and takes care of himself/herself, because their life is in their own hands. Our staff will be always there to make sure the safety of each and every person of the group. So leave behind the fear and enjoy the trail.
We have tents of different capacities like 4 men 3 men tents. We will accommodate the group with sufficient space and room in a tent accordingly as per requirements.
The group will be of 2 persons – 15 persons. The group size matters a lot while trekking long and strenuous treks. We prefer group size not exceeding beyond 15 persons.
Yes, the trek is absolutely safe for the female trekkers. We have had run successfully several treks with men and women previously. We consider women safety and security as our top priority. We work on the point of female sharing tents only with other female. If there is a single girl she will be given her own tent.
This trek elevates above 16,000ft and one has to be acclimatized well to cross the Bhabha Pass. So about buffer day’s they are reserved for the group to be acclimatize better before reaching at high altitude, where air is thinner and one could get caught by the altitude sickness. To refrain any situation group is rested at such points for a day. Buffer day is also reserved for any weather change, which is unpredictable at every base of the pass.
Yes, you just have to keep your ADHAAR or voter’s ID. It is always better to keep your identity proof to avoid any circumstances.