pick up from Chandigarh/ manali.over night at hotel.
After breakfast checkout from hotel and proceed to khirganga Base camp
The trek commences through dense forests and flower-strewn meadows. The progress is gradual and slow as it’s a steep climb to Tunda Bhuj. Overnight in Camp.
It’s another day of steep climb to reach the high altitude meadow of Odi Thach. On the path, you will cross the Pandu Bridge, which is made of a single rock on the river Parvati. It is said to made by the Pandavas during their exile in the Himalayas.Overnight in Camp
Leaving early we cross the mammoth Pandu Pul rock bridge over the River Parvati and having crossed enter a wide valley further up the trail. A few stream crossings later we walk on a moraine field till we reach the tranquil and breathtaking Mantalai Lake. We camp on the lakeshore with excellent views of a barren, stark mountain panorama
It’s a day at your leasure. Spend the day exploring the place, taking photographs & the taking the much needed rest for the trek ahead is challanging
Ascend to the base camp of Mount Parvati which also serves as the base of the pass. Overnight in camps.
We leave camp early as the snow on the trail makes for slow walking. The climb is not that steep and we reach the pass by afternoon. There are absolutely grand views of the Pir Panjal and Spiti and Pin valley mountain ranges from here. We descend to a grassy plain with numerous crisscrossing streams. Camp a little ahead.
Today is a long day. The trail goes over scree and moraine and we cross a number of small streams to finally reach a meadow where we set up camp.
The trail today enters a wide-open valley with numerous streams and leads into the ancient Mud village in the Pin valley of Spiti. From mud village we drive in taxi to reach Kaza.Overnight in hotel.
Early morning visit to nearby monasteries in taxi. After breakfast get ready for a long road journey to manali .Drive in taxi from Kaza to reach Manali by the evening. The trip ends here
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