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Pin Parvati Trek - Manali - Himachal

Sat, 20 Jul 5:00PM - Wed, 31 Jul 10:00AM
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Sat, 20 Jul
, 5:00PM
- Wed, 31 Jul
, 10:00AM
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Pin Parvati - full payment ticket
₹ 27,000



Pin Parvati Trek

Region: Manali, Himanchal 
Duration: 11 Days 
Grade: Medium Grade 
Max Altitude:- 17,500 Ft. 
Batch Size: 20 Participants only. 
Trekking Km:- 110 km. 
Charges:  27,000/- if booked before 20th May. (28,500 after 15th May)
(advance booking amount 2000/- to reserve your seat)

The Pin Parvati Pass is a mountain pass in Himachal Pradesh, India. It was first crossed in August 1884 by Sir Louis Dane in search of an alternate route to the Spiti valley. This pass connects the fertile and lush Parvati valley on the Kullu side with the Pin valley on the Spiti side. It is popular trekking, This Himalayan trek is the shortest route between the Kullu and Spiti Valleys. Once over the Pin-Parvati pass (5319m), there is a complete change in the landscape the mountain slopes immediately turn barren and rugged. The trail has it all. Enchanting green paradise, barren cold dessert, meadows, and the cascading waterfalls. Crossing the Parvati river and its tributaries would be one memorable experience. The prevalent culture of the inhabitants also changes from Hinduism on the Kullu side to Buddhism in Spiti. We end the trek in Mud village. A short road drive from Mudh will take us to Kaza where we stay in a Hotel for the night. On the last day, we drive from Kaza to Manali where the trip ends. and blown all the gods with a strong wind. These deities settled in the valley, so Kullu was known as Valley of Gods scene.

Full itinerary


Meet us in Delhi RK Ashram Metro Station: From here we will take Volvo bus at 5 pm to Manali. Participants from Mumbai can tag along with other participants from Mumbai itself.  You can reach Delhi via flight or train as per your comfort.

DAY 1:

Meeting Point Kasol, 9 am: All the trekker will have to go through the registration process. Breakfast and Lunch will be served and we will go for an acclimatization walk. Overnight stay at the camp near Parvati River. Here you can witness weed plantation, This place is also referred to as mini Amsterdam. 

DAY 2:

After breakfast, we will move to Barsheni. The first day's trek starts from Bersheni to Kheerganga, You will go through the village of Nakthaan and reach the Rudranag, your lunch break will be 3/4 hours. Inside you will reach your campsite. Kheerganga is a very beautiful place and is famous all over the world, where there is a source of hot water. Tonight your camp will be here. 

DAY 3:

After breakfast and packed lunch, you will start the trek for Tunda Bhuj, the time to reach the next camp is 8/9 hours. Today you will pass through trees, small canals, wooden bridges. After 5 hours you will cross 1 bridge, where your lunch break will be on. From there, there will be a small climb to Tunda Bhuj. Within 2 hours you will reach the Tunda Bhuj Camp, which is a very beautiful place. Tonight your camp will be there and campfire will remain. 

Day 4:

After breakfast and packed lunch, you will start the trek for Pandu Bridge. Today, 8/9 hours of trek will be very difficult, because today's path will be filled with rocks, which will have to be filled up and running, which is very dangerous, just follow the guidelines. After reaching Thakur well you will have a half-hour lunch break, after lunch, you will start the trek for Pandu bridge. On the way, you have to cross the bridge, which is very risky. Your camp will only be set after 20 minutes. Tonight your camp will be here. 

Day 5:

After breakfast and packed lunch, you will start the trek for Maantlai Lake, which will be a 9-10 hour journey. Today will be a bit difficult today because today you will have the longest trek and you will have to cross the riverbanks at the place of place. Once you reach halfway there will be a lunch break and the next path will be straightforward. From here you will take 4/5 hours to your Maantlai Ridge, from where you can see the wonderful and beautiful view of Manali Lake. This is where the Parvati river originated from the large, which is spread over the size of the berg. Tonight your camp will be here. 

Day 6:

After breakfast and packed lunch, you will start the trek for Parvati Base Camp, which will be dry/desert for 7 hours. Today, you have to go through the paths and rivers, you have to cross the river only after walking a short distance from the camp. And on the other hand, a direct climb of your trek begins. From where you will see a beautiful view of the peak of many unnamed peaks, which is very lucid. It will take 2 hours for the Parvati base camp from lunch point, stay in camp today.

Day 7: 

After breakfast and packed lunch, you will start the trek for Pin Valley Camp / Pin Pass Top. There will be a small climb up to the camp from the camp and it will take 2/3 hours, you have to walk carefully because at that time the carbas are open. Walk on the route indicated by the guide. After climbing the top, the full path to Pin Valley will remain down, Spiti Valley starts here, today your camp will be on the banks of the river. Stay in the camp tonight. 

Day 8: 

After breakfast and packed lunch in the morning, you will start the trek for Tiai. Walking a little distance you have to cross the river, it is very cool. The complete route till Tiai will be Descanned and 5/6 hours. Today your camp will look at the Bhabha road along the lower side. Stay in the camp today. 

Day 9: 

After breakfast and packed lunch in the morning, you will start the trek for Mud Village. Today you will have to walk from your camp to the mud village 16 km road. From there you will be transported by car in Kaza which is 52 km. Tonight you will be in the hotel. 

Day 10: 

In the morning breakfast, you will drive for Manali, from here it takes 7/8 hours for Manali. Once you reach Manali, you will be left on the Volvo bus stand. your trek ends here. 

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Inclusions and Exclusions

Inclusions and Exclusions


  • Trek leaders: Qualified with Basic Mountaineering Course and Advanced Mountaineering Course. Each of the Trek Leaders has decent first aid knowledge, Local Guide. 
  • Team: Besides Trek Leaders, every batch has sufficient support staff including local guides, cooks, and helpers. Porters too are provided on demand for personal rucksack carrying. 
  • Food: Hygienic food cooked by experienced camping cooks is provided. Majorly vegetarian food provided. 
  • Equipment: Hi-end, well maintained sleeping Bags, toilet tents, dining tents, dome tents, and other equipment, etc. 
  • Emergency Equipment: Oximeter, Oxygen cylinders, and well-stocked First Aid kits. 
  • Accommodation: In comfortable guesthouses at base camps or tents.
  • Transport: From pick up point to base village/point, Transport is been provided in small vehicles or MUVs to ensure a safe ride.


  • Personal expense 
  • Bottled water 
  • Cost of emergency 
  • Insurance / Rescue 
  • Personal Porter Charges 
  • Things not covered in inclusions

Other Details

Other Details

Cancellation Policy 

90% will be refunded if cancelled 60 days in advance.

75% will be refunded if cancelled 50 days in advance.

50% will be refunded if cancelled 40 days in advance.

25% will be refunded if cancelled 30 days in advance.

0% refund if cancelled 0-to-29 days from date of trek. 


Destination Info

Destination Info
In the northern end of Kullu Valley, nestled among the mountain ranges is Manali. The quaint town is also one the ancient trade routes to Ladakh. At an elevation between 5,900 ft and 6,600 ft Manali is one of the scenic places along the Himalayan Valley’s. This is also one of the popular tourist spots and is also the base camp for most of the Himalayan Treks along this region. The name Manali is said to have come into existence after the Hindu lawgiver Manu. The name, originally from Manu-Alaya means abode of ... Read More

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Map & Directions
Manali ( Outside Mumbai )
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