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Trek to Lahul Valley over Indrahara and Kugti pass Tour

Package Duration
15 Days / 14 Nights
Destination Covered

  • Day 1 : Mcleod ganj - Triund (2875m)

    • Triund

    Description :

    The trek of Triund is 9 Kms. Pleasant walk through deodar and rhododendron forests. Triund is a little tableland at the height of 2875mts. From triund we can have a view of whole Kangra Valley. Triund is a nice camping place.

    Day 2 : Triund - Lehs cave (3750m)

    Description :

    This is a short walk of 6 kms., though deodar and oak forests. After 4 kms. We reach lakagot, which is situated at the snout of a small glacier. This glacier marks the snow line. After crossing the glacier we go over a steep rock ridge for 2 kms., and reach lehs cave. The big cave is used for over night stay.

    Day 3 : Lehs Cave - Inderhar pass ( 4350m) Chata (3700m)

    Description :

    the treks to the pass goes over soft snow in early summers and rocky faces in monsoons. The trek up to the pass is a steep climb. Fogy weather with zero visibility obstructs the movements of climbers and on such occasions it is advisable it is advisable to stay back and wait for the weather to get clear. The trek during April and May is more tough due to presence of hard ice. On reaching the other side of the pass one can see the Pir Panjal ranges very clearly. The other side of the pass remains snow covered till the mid of July. The trek descends down and reaches Chata Parao which is a nice green pasture and is most ideal for night camping.

    Day 4 : Chata Parao - Kwarsi (2730m)

    Description :

    The streach up to Chata nullah is 6kms., descent and then there is a gradual decrease in gradient. Kwarsi is a beautiful tribal village surrounded by thickly wooded pine trees. We stay in the village for a night and enjoy the hospitality of the villagers.

    Day 5 : Kwarsi - Chanota khas (2634m)

    Description :

    It is 16 kms. Trek from Kwarsi. The trek goes through thick forests and lush green fields. We come across many small places inhabited by Gaddi people.

    Day 6 : Chanota khas to garola

    Description :

    It is 12 kms,from chanota. The trail. goes by the side of river ravi.

    Day 7 : Garola to Bharmaur

    Description :

    After 14 kms., walk from Garola we reach Bharmaur which is situated atheight of 2195 mts. Bharmaur is a village well connected to Chamba by roads.

    Day 8 : Bharmaur to Harsar

    Description :

    From Bharmaur a narrow road leads to Harsar, which is dangerous forjeeps and cars. It is advisable to go on foot. Harsar is a small village withsome tea shops and few people living nearby. From Harsar one trail goes to famousManimahesh Lake and other to Kugti Village. Little down from Hadsar there is acamping place in the forest.

    Day 9 : Hadsar to Kugti Village

    Description :

    The trail is narrow. We should cross the narrow trail one by one tocross small wooden bridges over streams. Sometimes the Buddal river becomesturbulent and causes devastation. Kugti and lower Kugti. 1000 people inhabitthe village. Kugti village has some shops and a civil Dispensary. The people ofthe village belong to Gaddi trible and are very helpful.

    Day 10 : Kugti Village to Kelang Temple

    Description :

    the Temple is 6Kmt. From the Kugti village at the height of 10000 feet.The temple is dedicated to the Bazir of lord Shiva. Close to the temples is aplace for night camping. Trekkers are requested to maintain the sanctity of thetemple and other places.

    Day 11 : Kelang temple to Duggi

    Description :

    It is 6 hours walk to Duggi through green pastures. The place is veryclose to the mountain from all sides so one should have good clothes tosanctity of the temple and other places.

    Day 12 : Duggi To Lehscave

    Description :

    Lehs Cave is situated at the bottom of Kugti pass sometimes it snows inthe month of July at such a high altitude. Usually it snows in winter months.Lehs is surrounded by Pir Panjal and Manimahesh Dhar.

    Day 13 : Over Kugti Pass

    Description :

    It is the most exciting and adventurous day of the whole trek. We startearly in the morning so that we may reach the pass before the sunrise. It takesabout four hours to reach the pass. It is a steep climb up to the pass. Beyondthe pass is big glacier with some hidden and some open caves. We need goodequipment and a trained guide to walk over this glacier. After 6 or 7 hourswalk we reach at the camping place called Khurlu. Only expert guide can locatethe trail to Khurlu.

    Day 14 : Khurlu to Rape ( Lahul Valley)

    Description :

    After walking 10 kms., from Khurlu we reach the fist village of LahulValley. The trek involves the number of ridge crossing and glacier walking. Thetrail is not easy to locate because of rock path and glacial moraines. Finallyafter crossing a small glacier we reach Rape village.

    Day 15 : Departure

    Description :

    Keylong is 22 kms. from Rape. After 3 hours walk we reach the road headat Sansa. From Sansa it takes another three hours to reach Keylong by bus.Keylong is the district headquarter of Lahul & Spiti. There are some goodhotel at Keylong. From Kelong one can go to Leh or come back to Manali overRohtang pass.

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  • Package Terms & Conditions :


    • A deposit of 50% of the total price is due with your reservation. Final payments are due before the departure and for a few special trips, 30 days before your trip starts.


    • If you need to cancel a reservation, please do so in writing (best by e-mail). If we receive your cancellation more than 90 days before the starting date of the trip, we refund 100% of your deposit. Between 90 and 30 days your deposit becomes non-refundable. At less than 30 days notice (after payment is received in full), no refunds can be given. Some trips attract a minimum processing charge. Please check. The tour price is quoted as a package. No partial refunds or credit will be given for services not used. We recommend that you obtain travel insurance upon booking.


    • Our Tour Leaders take their responsibilities seriously and if a Tour Leader believes in his/her judgment that you should not participate in the trip, before your departure, even if you pass your medical, he/she may exclude you from the trip. In this circumstance you will be offered the option of taking another trip considered suitable for you or a full refund. If during a trip the Tour Leader considers you should not participate further he/she may direct you not to continue and you must follow the Tour Leader's instructions. In this case you will not be entitled to any refund. Travel insurance may compensate you depending on the circumstances.


    • Participants must be in good health and in a good physical condition. It is vital that participants with medical problems make them known to us well before departure. If you suffer from severe muscular, chest, heart or bronchial disorders, or if you are a severe asthmatic, or have high blood pressure, you are strongly advised against participating. Our trips generally take place in remote areas where there is little or no access to normal medical services or hospital facilities for serious problems. Where necessary, evacuation can be prolonged but it is difficult and expensive. Medical and evacuation expenses will be the responsibility of the participant.


    • may for any reason change the date of departure or conclusion of the tour, or it is possible that a route change, postponement or delay (either in relation to departure or to the duration of the expedition) may become necessary due to inclement weather, snow and ice conditions, political restrictions or any other cause. In the event of a change, postponement or delay, participants have no right to refund of the tour price (in whole or in part) or other compensation for any injury, loss or damage.


    • Package prices are based on ground costs, airfares and exchange rates.


    • The following items are excluded from the tour price: *visa, passport and vaccination charges; *departure, airport and airline taxes; *extra meals not included in the itinerary; *laundry, postage, personal clothing, medical expenses, personal travel insurance and items of a personal nature; *emergency evacuation charges; and *tips and excess baggage charges. Refer to our trip notes for full details.

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