Pin Parvati Pass

Difficulty – 4/5 stars
Duration – 14 days
Dates – May 23rd – June 8th, Sept 18th – Oct 4th

One of the most beautiful and famous treks in the Kullu Valley area. The trek starts in the tourist valley of Parvati but soon leaves the hustle behind and heads inot he real Himalayan wilderness. As you leave the Parvati Valley behind the mountains become much higher and more impressive. Crossing the Pin Parvati Pass is technical and there is some real high altitude walking and climbing to be done. Not for the faint hearted but a trek that will take you into the real heart of the High Himalaya.

  • Food

    Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Unlimited, Veg, Jain Food Available, Non veg Available

  • 14 Days

  • Reporting

    Manali

  • End Point

    Manali

  • Accommodation

    Tent, Home stays, Guest House, Hostel

Trip Details

Day 1 – Manali (2050m)
We’ll arrive in Manali sometime in the morning and after checking into the hotel we’ll head straight to the hot baths in the nearby village of Vashisht.

Day 2 – Manali to Manikaran (1600m)
This morning we’ll drive to the Parvati Valley, named after the wife of Shiva. This beautiful valley is worthy of it’s name. On the way we have the option of stopping in the ancient capital of the Kullu Valley, Naggar, and taking a look at the wooden castle there. We’ll stop for the night in Manikaran, another Himalayan village famous for its natural hot springs.

Day 3 – Manikaran to Pulga, 6-7 hours (2600m)
The first day if trekking sees us leave the valley floor and ascend through heavy pine forests. It’s a steep and taxing day to start but it’s a steady trail and we’ll reach the village of Pulga, where we’ll camp for the night, by mid afternoon.