Embark on a trekking expedition through the Pebbar valley. The experience takes you through pristine tall standing forests and breathtaking alpine meadows of Dayara. En route, you will see the serene looking Chandranahan lake and have a panoramic view of Kinner-Kailash peaks. Also, experience the Stunning green Sangla valley, the heritage, and lifestyle of the local villagers.
BEST SEASON: May TO October
11 Nights/12 Days
Day 1: Arrive in Chandigarh & transfer to Shimla. Drive 120kms/ 03 hrs.
Day 2: Transfer to Rohru & drive to Janglikh village (2800 M). The thrilling roads and views of Himachalkeeps you engaged before you reach Janglik, a beautiful village amidst the greens.
Day 3: Trek to Dyara Thach (3600 M) 6kms/ 04 hrs. A stunning alpine meadow in the valley encircled sparsely by conifers. Shepherds grazing their flock of sheep around and humps of mountains rising high on both the sides make it a picturesque location.
Day 4: Trek to Litham Thach (3500M) trek 6kms/ 4 hrs is a gentle traverse on the grassy mountain with mixed climb on the meadow through occasional forests and multiple stream.
Day 5: Day trek to Chandranahan Lake 05 hrs. The lake is a spotless lake with breathtaking sweeping views located at 4,000M, covered by snow for almost 8 months in a year. Locals consider the lake holy.
Day 6: Trek to Dunda Thach (3500 M.) Trek 09 hrs- The day before the crossing of the Buran pass. The trek climbs up moderately to the base of the Buran pass where the two passes - Buran and Gunas pass are accessed.
Day 7: Trek over the Buran Ghati to Monerang Thach (3500 t.) Trek 08 hrs - It is a short two hour climb to the pass and the setting is extraordinary. Sharp, steep descent on the other side for 100 meters followed by a series of short descents for about 2 hours to the camp.
Day 8: Trek to Barua village (1899 mt.) & drive to Sangla trek 5 hrs - remarkable variety in vegetation and diversity. Lovely purple shrubs, apricot, peaches, apple trees greet you.
Day 9: Day visit to Chitkul- most scenic settlement in the Sangla Valley. It is the last inhabited village near the Indo-China border. The Indian road ends here. During winters, the place mostly remains covered with the snow.
Day 10: Drive Sangla to Shimla (224kms/ 9hrs).
Day 11: Explore Shimla - the summer capital of British India for over 75 years. Strung out along a 12km ridge, with steep forested hillsides falling away in all directions, the Himachal capital is a good appetite-whetter for the awe-inspiring mountain tracts.
Day 12: Transfer to Chandigarh (113kms/ 4 hrs)
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