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About this tour

Pin Parvati Trek is one of the most difficult treks in Himachal; individuals having a prior Himalayan trekking experience should only go for this trek. This beautiful trek is a shortest route from the Kullu valley to Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh.One can explore the change in the landscape from lush green type to the barren and rugged valley of Pin during the trek. The transition is also experienced in terms of the society which changes from the hindu culture of Kullu valley to the Buddhist culture of Spiti valley. The trek goes to a towering height of 5,350 meters.

 

Min. Age: 16+        Season: June - Sept       Height: 5300 mt       Level: Difficult

How to Reach Rumsu ?

By Bus/taxi: Take a bus headed towards Manali from Delhi/Chandigarh and get down at Patlikuahal stop(20 km before Manali) and take a taxi to Rumsu. Taxi charges are Rs 500-700 per vehicle.

Note: Kailashrath pick up facility will be available at Patlikuhal for Rumsu base camp till 9 AM.

 

Itinerary

Day 1 - Report at Base camp in Manali

One must take a bus to Manali that reaches before 9 am from Delhi or Chandigarh. Get off 20 km before Manali at a junction called Patli-kuhal. From here we have arranged taxi services from 7 am – 9 am to take you to the Rumsu base camp. For the participants arriving after 9 am must take a share cab to Rumsu base camp on own. Upon arrival at the base camp; you will proceed for registration and acclimatisation walk. Post which, all the participants will be distributed with Trekking bags, Trekking stick, Micro-spikes that helps you to walk on ice and Gaiters that prevent snow to enter shoes.

 

Lunch Dinner
Day 2 - Rumsu to Kheer Ganga

Start the day with early breakfast and leave the base camp by 8 am for the trek. All the participants will be transferred in a jeep to Barshaini from the base camp. The first day of the trek will lead you from Barshaini to Kheer Ganga, which takes about four to five hours to complete the trek with an easy ascend. This beautiful trek will take you through a small village called Nathan, known for hot water spring. Do take a dip here before proceeding further to Kheer Ganga. Overnight in tents at Kheer Ganga

 

BreakFast Lunch Dinner
Day 3 - Trek from Kheerganga to Tunda Bhuj

After a good breakfast, start at 9 am from Kheer Ganga to Tunda Bhuj. This not so difficult trek takes about five to six hours with a moderate climb at the end of the trek. As you trek you will see the beautiful Parvati river gushing on the right side of the path. And once you reach Tunda Bhuj, you will come across parts of Gujjar settlement, make conversation and get to know the community.

 

BreakFast Lunch Dinner
Day 4 - Trek from Tunda Bhuj to Thakur Kuan

Post breakfast; you will proceed for todays’ trek from Tunda Bhuj to Thanku Kuan. The trek is quite beautiful and it is also very smooth with very less ascend. You will come across two bridges to cross and once you cross that it will take about an hour to reach the campsite in Thakur Kuan. The campsite is pretty vast and plain by the river where the tents will be set up. Overnight in tents at Thakur Kuan

BreakFast Lunch Dinner
Day 5 - Trek from Thakur Kuan to Odithach

After a lovely breakfast; the trek commences from Thakur Kuan to Odithach. This beautiful trek takes about four to five hours that take you through plain terrain with patches of moderate ascend. While there are two difficult bridges on the route made up of big individual boulders, it is totally worth the effort to witness the best landscape. Overnight in tents at Odithach

 

BreakFast Lunch Dinner
Day 6 - Trek from Rubi Thach to Mantalai

This scenic trek is also one of the sacred places where the Parvati river is in the form of lake. Witness the idols of Shiva Ganesha and Trishul  on bank of the lake. The trek from Rubi Thach via Odithach is a five hour long trek to reach Mantalai. Overnight in Mantalai

 

BreakFast Lunch Dinner
Day 7 - Trek from Mantalai to Parvati base camp

After breakfast; all the participants will be proceeding for the main trek from Mantalai to Parvati base camp. It is one of most spectacular treks where you will come across some fantastic landscapes. On the way you will see a big stream called Kala Khor nalla; which needs to be crossed very carefully before 10 am when the flow is not too strong. Once we cross the stream the descent to Parvati base camp commences. Up on reaching the base camp, relax and enjoy the surroundings. Overnight in tents at Parvati base camp

 

BreakFast Lunch Dinner
Day 8 - Trek from Parvati side base camp to Pin side base camp

Start early for the trek today. All the participants will be leaving for Pin base camp at 6 am, as we have to cross the glacier patch before the sun comes out. You will come across some of the best scenic spots and witness mighty peaks such as South Parvati and Ganesh peak just before reaching pass. As you reach the top of the pass, there is a small temple dedicated to Shiva. Descend to Pin side base camp is somewhat moderate; as there are patches where one will cross glaciers and screes. After descend we will cross a stream called Pine nala with the help of rope to reach Pin side base camp. Overnight in the tent at Pin base camp

BreakFast Lunch Dinner
Day 9 - Trek from Pin side base camp to Mud base camp

Today will be the last day of the trek and also will be longest trek. After breakfast; proceed from Pin side base camp to Mud base camp. It is a long plain stretch of 35 km to Mud base camp. Along the way you will see Pin Nala on the left side; enjoy the view while trekking to your destination for the day. Overnight in Mud base camp

 

BreakFast Lunch Dinner
Day 10 - Mud to Manali and Departure.

Start early at 6 am today as you must get back to Manali by 6 pm to catch your buses to Delhi/Chandigarh. All the participants will be transfers by jeeps to Manali from Kaza. One the way to Manali you will come across fantastic peaks, kully valley, Spiti valley and Lahaul valley, Rohtang Pass. Reach Manali by 6 pm.

 

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Inclusion

9 nights in Tent accommodation

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner as per itinerary

Camping charges

Rucksack 60 litres, trekking equipment

Micro-spikes

Gaiters

Safety equipment

Expert trek Leaders

Expert Trek Support Team

GST 5%

Personal Insurance

 

Exclusion

Transportation and food to and from the base camp

Bottled water

Any Personal Expense

Cost of Emergency

 

Information

Terms & conditions

Mandatory Documents for the trek

Medical Certificate (signed by a registered MBBS doctor)

NOC form (by trekker)

Original and photocopy of government photo identity card-(Aadhar card/Driving License/Passport)

 

Things to Carry

Trekking shoes: Do not carry a Sports Shoe. Carry good trekking shoes with grip. Make sure it is a water proof trekking shoes with ankle support.

Three layers of warm clothes: Two or three-layer jackets, fleece jacket and a padded jacket

Two/Three trek pants: Carry light cotton trek pants. Avoid denim/jeans and shorts. They are not suitable for trekking.

Three t-shirts (collared/dri-fit): It is advisable to carry a Full sleeved t-shirts to prevent sun burns on the neck and arms. Carry one or two dri-fit t-shirts.

Thermals: Carry thermals (top and bottom).

Sunglasses: There will be lot of snow on the trek which can cause snow blindness. Thus Sunglasses are mandatory.

Cap: At high altitude, the sun is extra harsh so carry a cap to protect you.

Water proof hand gloves: Carry water proof gloves and avoid woollen gloves as they will get wet if you touch snow.

Socks (3-4 pairs) and a pair of woollen socks: Apart from two sports socks, you can take a pair of woollen socks for the night.

Headlamp/LED torch: Mandatory

Raincoat/Ponchos: At high altitudes, snowfall and rain are quite common and it’s mandatory to carry a poncho so that you don’t get wet. The trek will continue as planned even during rainfall. Your poncho should protect you rain. Carry a backpack cover for extra protection from rain for your belongings.

Lunch box and water bottle: Every participant should have their personal lunch box and a water bottle [insulated type].

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