Pin Parvati Pass Trek

Pin Parvati Trekking Tours

This is one of the most spectacular treks in the region that takes one from the lush green Parvati valley in Kullu to the stark and barren Pin valley in Spiti. On the way are the high-altitude Maltalai Lake and the Pin Parvati Pass. 

Area: Himachal
Duration: 17 days
Altitude: 5300 mts/17384 ft
Grade: Moderate to Challenging
Season: July – September end
Day 01): Arrive Delhi
On arrival  transfer to hotel for overnight stay. 

Day 02): Delhi – Manali
In the morning half day sightseeing and in the evening drive to Manali by AC Volvo coach. Overnight journey.

Day 03): Manali
Arrival at Manali by morning. On arrival transfer to hotel for relaxes. At leisure visit Hadimba Devi Temple, old Manali, Tibetan Monastery and the mall. Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 04): Manali – Manikaran – Barsheni – Khirganga (3020 m9906 ft) 5 hrs In the morning drive to Manikaran and from here we will start our trek. Khirganga is a hot spring where Lord Shiva is said tohave meditated. The difference between the spring here and in Manikaran is that after a bath in Khirganga, your skin will feel clammy and greasy whereas after a bath in the spring at Manikaran, your skin will feel dry.


Day 05): Khirganga – Tunda Bhuj (3285 mts/10775 ft) 5 hrs
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.Day 06): Tunda Bhuj – Thakur Kuan (3620 mts/11874 ft) 6 hrs
The trail continues through a landscape strewn with waterfalls, lakes and meadows till Thakur Kuan. 

Day 07): Thakur Kuan – Odi Thach (3800 mts/12464 ft)
It’s another day of steep climb to reach the high altitude meadow of Odi Thach.

Day 08): Odi Thach – Mantalai Lake (4115 mts/13498 ft) 8 hrs
The trek up to Mantalai Lake is a gradual climb. Once at the lake, you can see the Mantalai Glacier, which is the source of the river Parvati. On the path, you will see the Pandu Bridge, which is made of a single rock on the river Parvati. It is said to make by the Pandavas during their exile in the Himalayas.


Day 09): Mantalai – Base of Pin Parvati Pass (4300 mts/14105 ft) 7 hrs 
Ascend to the base camp of Mount Parvati which also serves as the base of the pass.Day 10): Base of Pin Pass – Campsite over Pin Pass (4110 mts/13480 ft) 8 hrs
A steep climb takes you to Pin Pass (5300m). At the top of a large snow filled, crevassed hollow leads to the broad rocky saddle of the pass. At the top, one can see a splendid view of the snowy mountains of Hampta region on one side and the Pin valley of Spiti on the other. 

Day 11): Campsite over Pin Pass – Tiai (3700 mts/12136 ft) 5 hrs 
Trek along the Pin river in to the Pin Valley National park. Look out for the elusive snow leopards, musk deer and ibex.

Day 12): Tiai – Mud (3650 mts/11972 ft) 5 hrs 
Trek through the barren, stark landscape of Spiti to Mud, a pretty village perched on a hillside.

Day 13): Mud – Gulling 6 hrs 
Walk through the rough road up to Gulling with a grand view of the local villages and a barren land of the “middle country”. A jeep will be awaiting at Gulling and drive same day to Kaza. Overnight in Kaza.Day 14): Kaza 
Monastic sightseeing in and around Kaza. Visit the Ki monastery, Kibber village, Dhankar monastery and Tabo monastery. Return to Kaza for the night. 

Day 15): Kaza – Manali  8 hrs 
Drive to the Kunzum Pass, which provides the main approach to Lahaul from Spiti. From there head to Manali via Keylong, Koksar and Rohtang Pass.
Day 16): Manali – Delhi
The day at leisure. In the evening drive to Delhi by AC Volvo coach. Overnight journey.

Day 17): Delhi
Arrival at Delhi by morning. On arrival transfer to hotel for relax. In the evening drive to international airport to catch onwards flight.

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