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Here is a trekking route that is steeped in legend and offers some great views of Deo Tibba and the Pin Parvati range of mountains. The story goes that that thousands of years ago, Jamlu (the presiding deity of Malana) was carrying a basket containing Gods of Kullu. On the top of the pass when he opened the basket, a very strong wind blew the Gods all over Kullu valley to their present abodes. Since then the valley is known as the Valley of Gods. Malana Village is a culture in itself where the old ways are still adhered. The trek provides an excellent insight into the traditions of this valley apart from some great outdoors. Trekking Equipments List Trekking boots - well broken in and waterproofed Down jacket or equivalent with hood, One heavy wool shirt or sweater Two cotton shirts One pair cotton trousers or shorts, One pair woolen trousers One pair shorts or calf-length skirt for women Three pairs of regular underwear, Long underwear - thermal or wool Wind- and rain-gear with hood Sun hat with brim Woolen hat or balaclava, Woolen gloves Woolen socks to wear with boots, Cotton socks Personal first-aid kit including medication for common ailments Flashlight with extra batteries Sunglasses or snow goggles (an extra pair is recommended) Water bottle, preferably wide mouthed, with at least one liter capacity Pocket knife, Note book with pens and pencils Plastic bags - small size for books, film etc., larger bags for clothes, sleeping bags Well fitting strong shoes with a couple of woolen socks. The shoes should be used before treks to avoid blisters. First aid set for minor accidents and sickness. A raincoat is necessary to meet uncertainties of weather.
Day 1 : Arrive Delhi
Upon arrival at airport met our representative and then transfer to hotel for overnight stay.
Day 2 : Delhi – Manali (525 kms/12 – 14 hrs) by road
In the morning take a half day guided sight seeing at Delhi. In the evening drive to Manali by AC Volvo coach. Overnight journey.
Day 3 : Manali
Arrival at Manali by morning and then transfer to hotel for relax & acclimatisation.
At leisure visit Hadimba Devi Temple, old Manali and the Mall road. Dinner and overnight stay in the hotel.
Day 4 : Manali – Naggar – Rumsu – Ganachalani (2700 mts/8856 ft) (15 kms/ 5-6 hrs) drive & trek
Early morning drive to Naggar (21 kms). From Naggar the trail leads past Roerich’s cottage and along the main bridle path for 1 km before branching uphill to the village of Rumsu.
There is an ancient wooden temple with close ties to the temples dedicated to Jamlu in Malana. From Rumsu head up the ridge to the east of the village and follow a well defined trail through a forest of deodar, pine and horse chestnut, Trek further to reach Ganachalani. Dinner & overnight stay in tents
Day 5 : Ganachalani - Celanti (3500 mts/11480 ft) (12 kms/4-5 hrs) trek
This trail from Ganachalani ascends through the forest for 4 kms to a series of open meadows. The lowest meadow is around 3000 m, where shepherds from the Kullu valley graze their animals.
From these alpine meadows fine views extend up the Kullu valley to Manali and the Pir Panjal Range and across to the Bara Bhangal Range.
The trail heads through a small rhododendron forest to a series of alpine meadows to Celanti. Dinner & overnight stay in tents.
Day 6 : Celanti – Chandrakhani Pass (3650 Mts/11972 Ft) - Dadru (3000 Mts/9840 Ft) (15 Kms/6 Hrs) Trek
This Day We Will Start Early to Reach Pass in Order to Enjoy Magnificent Views. It’s An Hour Trek to the Pas from Cerlanti. from Celanti Trek to Ridge Line and Cairns that Defines the Chandrakhani Pass.
there are Impressive Views to the North, Including the Ghalpo Peaks of Lahaul- Dharamsura (6446 M) and Papsura (6451 M) and the other High Peaks in the Upper Tosh Valley, While the Snow Capped Ranges of the Himala Extend to the Head of the Parvati Valley.
from the Pass the Trail to Dadru Remains About 100 Meters Below the Ridgeline for a Further 2 – 3 Kms.
it Descends to the Meadow At Nagarvani (3350m). from Nagarvani a Couple of River Crossings and Passage Through the Forest of Silver Fir and Oak Leads to the Village of Dadru. Dinner & Overnight Stay in Tents
Day 7 : Dadru – Malana (2650 mts/8692 ft) (8 kms/ 3-4 hrs) trek
From Dadru continue along the Malana River until you reach a bridge over the Malana River and the trail to Kasol village: this route leads to the Rashol pass (3260m) and the Parvati valley. Continue trekking to the village of Malana. Malana is an isolated village community with around 50 families. It has its own language, customs, laws and is governed by village elders. Dinner & overnight stay in tents.
Day 8 : Malana – Jari (1520 mts/4986 ft) (16 kms/ 5-6 hrs) trek
From Malana, trail descends to the valley floor from where a fairly level walk leads through beautiful forest for 5-6 kms reaching the new dam on the Malana River, The 12 kms trek from the dam wall to Jari can be completed in 2-3 hours.
Jari is just above the confluence of Malana and parvati rivers. Dinner & overnight stay in tents.
Day 9 : Jari – Manali (6 hrs drive)
Today after early breakfast we will drive to Manali, this will take about 6 hours. Dinner & overnight stay in the hotel.
Day 10 : Manali – Delhi (525 kms/12–14 hrs) by road
Take a half day sight seeing and in the evening drive to Delhi by AC Volvo coach. Overnight journey.
Day 11 : Delhi - Departure
Arrival At Delhi By Morning and from Here Transfer to Hotel for Relax. in the Evening Drive to Airport to Catch Onwards Flight.
trip Ends Here
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