Manali - Solang Valley - Beas Kund (3540m) - Rohtang Pass (3980m) (Kullu Valley) Himalayan Trekking in Himanchal Pradesh, INDIA
Himanchal Pradesh extends from the plains of Punjab and Haryana to the Great Himalayan Range that separates it from Ladakh and Tibet. The other two mountain ranges that dominate the state are the Pir Panjal Range and Dhauladhar range. There are scores of passes from altitudes of 3500m to 5200m on these ranges. The phrase Himanchal Pradesh literally means, “the land of snow”. It is a land of high passes and deep valleys.
Manali is also known as the Queen of Hills and is at the northern end of the Kullu Valley. The Beas river flows through the town and landscape is dominated by mountains. It is said to have been founded by the sage Manu. The Hadimba temple and hot sulphur springs at Vashisht should be visited. Manali town is a sort of Zermatt or Chamonix (sans cableways) for the mountaineers and trekkers.
Main Attraction: Manali, Hadimba temple Manu Temple, Hot sulphur springs, Beas Kund, Solang Valley, Rohtang Pass, Rahalla falls, beautiful valleys and camping sites, Knowledge about mountain manners and customs, Planning of a trek and expedition, Rappelling and Rock climbing during the trek, Knowledge about flora and fauna, Night March, camp fun.
This particular trek is in the Kullu Valley going through the most scenic areas, the skyline is dominated by Hanuman Tibba (5932m) and Friendship Peak (5289m) along with other snow covered mountains.
5 Days & 4 Nights in Manali (7 days Delhi to Delhi)
Best Period: mid-March to mid-June and mid-September to mid-November
At least 10 days advance notice is needed for bookings
- Rates per person are Rs.15250/= from Manali to Manali for Indian Nationals and US$ 500 for foreign nationals.
- These rates are for a minimum batch of 5 persons. For larger or smaller groups or individuals please contact.
- The above rates are from base camp to base camp.
- Age group: 12 years and above