10D/9N
Duration
Difficult
Physicality
18+
Age
17,400 feet
Height
Jul-Sep
Month

 

ARRIVAL/RETURN LOCATION  Rumsu
REPORTING TIME  Between 8-10 am.
FIXED DEPARTURE Fixed Departures:

Batch 1: 28th June
Batch 2: 7th July
Batch 3: 21st July
Batch 4: 2nd Aug
Batch 5: 12th Aug
Batch 6: 24th August
Batch 7: 2nd Sep
Batch 8: 14th Sep
Batch 9: 22nd Sep

WEAR  Comfortable warm clothing, trekking shoes, gloves, jacket, raincoat and sunscreen.
INCLUDED
Transportation Meals First-aid
Professional Guide Accommodation Forest Permit
Gaiters Rucksack Trekking Pole
 Personal Insurance Tents and Sleeping Bag
NOT INCLUDED
GST 5% Personal Expense Cost of emergency
Personal Porter Charges Food during travel Bottled water

 

Day 1

Registration and Orientation

We will get down at Patlikuhal (20 km before Manali and 20 km after Kullu) from bus. Jeep ride to Rumsu base camp(10 km). After freshening up and breakfast all the participants will undergo through registration process for the trek. Post Lunch we will go for an acclimatization walk. Orientation regarding the trek will be given by the chief organizer in the evening. The orientation will cover information like rucksack packing, marching/walking technique and general awareness about a Himalayan Trek. Overnight stay at Rumsu base camp.

Day 2

Trek to Kheer ganga


All the participant will leave the base camp by 8 AM with their breakfast and packed lunch to start the trek. We will start with a jeep ride for Barshaini from Rumsu. We will trek from Barshaini till Kheer Ganga, the first day campsite. It takes around 4-5 hours to complete this part of the trek. The trek is easy with less ascend. There is a small village(Nathan) and then a bridge over the ferocious Parvati which comes across during the trek to Kheer Ganga. The place is known for its hot water spring. Don’t forget to take a dip in it. Overnight stay at Kheer Ganga.
Day 3

Trek from Kheer Ganga to Tunda Bhuj


We will start the trek by 8 AM from Kheer Ganga for Tunda Bhuj. The trek takes around 5-6 hours. The route is easy with a moderate ascend in the end. The entire route runs on the left side of Parvati River. One can find Gujjar Settlements at Tunda Bhuj.
Day 4

Trek from Tunda Bhuj to Thakur Kuan


The trek from Tunda Bhuj to Thakur Kuan runs almost on a normal plain with very less ascend on the left bank of Parvati River. We will cross two wooden bridges on the way followed by a climb of around one hour to reach to Thakur Kuan. The camp site is very pretty with a big plain ground on the left side of Parvati River. Overnight stay at Thakur Kuan.
Day 5

Trek from Thakur Kuan to Rubi Thach


The trek takes around 4-5 hours and runs almost plain with some intermediate ascend. There are two difficult bridges on the way which are made up of big individual rock boulders. The bridge is known as Pandav bridge and it’s believed that Bheem, one of the Pandavas made it. The place is commonly visited by shepherds for it’s rich pasture.

Day 6

Trek from Rubi Thach to Mantalai


The trek from Rubi Thach to Manatali is a gradual climb and takes around 5 hours via another thach on the way know as Odi Thach. Mantalai is the place where Parvati could be seen in a lake form. The place is of religious significance and idols of Shiva, Ganesha and Trishul could be seen on the bank. The views are very scenic.Overnight at Mantalai.

Day 7

Trek from Mantalai to Parvati side base camp


The main ascend of the trek starts from Mantalai till Parvati side base camp. There is a big stream that comes on the way known as Kala Khor nalla. Care should be taken while crossing, We will cross the nallah early in the morning, when the flow is minimum. We will then start with the ascend till Parvati side base camp. Hard snow bed could be found on the way to the camp site.
Day 8

Trek from Parvati side base camp to Pin side base camp


The trek from Parvati side base camp to Pine side base camp starts early in the morning by 6 AM so that we cross the hard snow patch before the sun comes out and makes it slippery. Peaks like South Parvati and Ganesh could be seen just before reaching the Pass. The top of the pass has a small temple.
The descend till Pin side base camp is moderately difficult as some part of it goes on ice and other on scree. After the descend is done, we will cross the Pine Nala with help of rope to reach Pin side base camp.
Day 9

Trek from Pin side base camp to Mud base camp


The last day trek is easy and is almost plain but long. The initial part of the trek goes on the left side of Pin Nala. The route then joins to a road (no vehicles run over it) to reach Mud village. The total  distance is around 35 kms.
Day 10

Mud to Manali and Departure.


We will start for Manali early by 6 AM from Kaza. One will come across the famous Kunzum top(4,590 mts.) which connects the Kullu Valley and Lahaul Valley with the Spiti Valley of Himachal Pradesh and Rohtang Pass(13,000 ft) while riding to Manali.Departure by 6 PM.

PAYMENT PROCEDURE :
One has to pay through our website only.
A form page will appear where one needs to fill in all the personal details of the person on whose name the booking is being done. Select the payment method (credit card/debit card/net banking) and make the payment.
50% advance you have to pay while the time of booking and rest 50% anytime before arriving at base camp.
CANCELLATION POLICY :
If for any reason one wishes to cancel his/her trek, an email intimation needs to be sent to kailashrathtreks@gmail.com Cancellation requests will not be taken over a phone call. However, one can phone to check whether the cancellation has been processed.
The cancellation charges are as under:
·        Cancellation before 10 days – Rs 5000 + ( Bus cancellation charges)
·        Cancellation within 10 days – NO REFUND

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