Truly India Tours presenting Bhaba Pass & Pin Valley Trekking Tour for all trekking and adventure lovers. These are the trek of beautiful Himachal Pradesh. Bhaba pass is full of adventure and very beautiful place for trekking. Pin valley has paradise scenic beauty. This exciting tour starts from the sight seeing of wonderful hilly area Shimla, then you visit to the Sarahan is located near the Sutlij river. This place is full with aromatic forest and ancient temples. Visit of Kalpa, Kafnu, Bhaba Pass, Kaza, Manali and Chandigarh fill more color and excitement in your trip. All places are full with scenic beauty and tourist places.
Bhaba Pass & Pin Valley Trekking tour guided by our experienced trainer and guide. You will really feel the adventure and fun in this trekking tour. So enjoy the panoramic beauty of Himalaya with the some thrilling and adventurous mood.
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New Delhi to Chandigarh by Shatabdi it takes 4 hrs and further transfer to Shimla with a visit to Pinjore Garden and than drive to Shimla it will take 3-4 hrs. Overnight at hotel.
Shimla, (2159) one of India's most famous hill stations, derives its name from Goddess Shyamala. The British discovered Shimla in the form of a little village in 1819. Shimla one of India's best destinations.
Depart Shimla by Jeep in the morning, arriving Sarahan in the evening. On the way visit Rampur Palace, the Padam Palace built in a charming mix of Indian and colonial styles. Padam Palace built in 1925. The whole area is a maze of lanes, shops and temples. In the month of November, the Lavi Fair is organized here. It is also having the Nathpa-Jhakri hydel power project, which is going to be the largest in Asia.
Sarahan is flanked on the banks of the meandering Sutlij River. Located amidst Deodar forests, Sarahan was the ancient capital of the mighty Bushahr. It's a belief that Sarahan is the Shonitpur of old times, and this was the place, where Banasura once ruled. The Bhimakali temple is built in Indo-Tibetan architectural style; it is one of the finest examples of Himachali architecture and is dedicated to Lord Narsingha and Lord Raghunath. This temple is the main attraction of the region and is decorated silver. Apart from the main deities, this temple has images of various Hindu and Buddhist Gods. It is also one of the last few surviving temples made entirely of timber. Lanka Vir Temple, Situated next door to the Bhimakali temple, this was where human sacrifices were made long ago to please Goddess Bhimakali. The bodies were apparently thrown into the well nearby.
Once in Sarahan, one beholds a range of the snow-capped Himalayan peaks and one of them is the Shrikhand Peak. The rather peculiar thing about this peak is that it is only one, whose tip remains uncovered with snow. In the evening, sunrays adorn the peaks and the sight is simply stupendous.
Drive from Sarahan to Kalpa. There are about 77 villages in the Kinnaur district and Kalpa is one of the biggest of them, once a favourite haunt of Lord Dalhousie. In front of Kalpa is an impressive view of the Raldang Kailash massif directly across the Sutlej river. There are almost no urban centers. Rechong Peo is the headquarters of the Kinnaur district. It is placed at an altitude of 2670 meters, and offers a fine view of the Kinner Kailash. At a distance of 3 km from Rechong Peo, Kothi has a temple dedicated to the Goddess Chandika Devi Set against a backdrop of mountains and groves of deodar, the temple has a special architectural style and fine sculpture. At a distance of 14 km from Powari is Kalpa, the main village of the district. It is at an altitude of 2768 meters. Across the river, facing Kalpa, is the majestic spectacle of the Kinner Kailash range
The drive goes through the beautiful landscape of Kinnaur to reach Kafnoo, the starting point of the trek.
Trek through the the Mustrang Village and dense forests of Pine, Cedar and Birch. After a few hours of steep climb the path gradually ascends to the campsite, a lush green meadow on the banks of the River Bhaba.
After breakfast we set off by crossing the river by a natural boulder bridge - the trail today is approximately 8 kms and climbs gradually until we reach the meadow at Kara. Along the way we may lucky enough to encounter nomadic Gaddi shepherds in their traditional dress tending their flocks. Kara is another excellent campsite with many species of alpine flowers and great views of a range of Himalayan peaks on the Kinnaur/Spiti border.
Our trek today will take us to the foot of the Bhaba pass - a walk of 9 kms. It's a steep path that follows the left bank of the river till we reach or campground for the night at Phustrirang. From here stunning views of Kinnauri landscape can be seen including Hansbeshan Peak (5840 m) which dominates the skyline.
Today's walk is 13 km and should take 6 - 7 hours - the day starts with the climb up to the Bhaba Pass also known as Tari Khango - there are many spectacular views along the way and in the distance we should be able to spot the Pin Parvati Pass another popular trekking route. Descending down towards Bara Bulder there is a marked change in the landscape from the alpine meadows of the last few days to the brown desert like slopes of the Valley.
After breakfast we continue to walk down the left bank of the river to Mudh - a distance of around 11km. Here the valley is broad and the terrain very rocky with very little vegetation. Mudh is an enchanting little hamlet with a small gompa perched on a hill, which is where our campsite for the night is to be found. Muth is the first Spiti village. It houses about 30 to 40 families.
Dhankar Monastery is 7km from the turn-off at Schichling on the Tabo -Kaza highway situated at a height of 3370m. The Dhankar Gompa was built nearly 1000 years ago and has seen many upheavals in its history, from being the capital of Spiti to that of a jail.. Around 1 km away is a new monastery, which is worth a visit In the local parlance a "Dhankhar' is a fort and that is why this monastery once was a fort. Perched high over the valley, it is a superb example of Spiti's traditional architectural skills. It was once the castle of the ruler of spiti, the Nono and today it is a repository of Buddhist scriptures in the Bhoti script Kaza, the sub-divisional headquarters of Spiti, is situated on the left bank of the Spiti river at an altitude of about 12,500 ft. above msl. The village is overlooked by steep ridges.
Drive from Kaza to Manali.
On the road from Kaza to Manali is Kunzam pass (4551m), a mountain pass at an attitude of 4551 meters, with a temple of Kunzam Devi. One can also trek from here to the famous and beautiful moon lake Chandratal (4070 m). Asia's biggest glaciers, Bada and Chotta Sigri, can be seen from here.
The Rohtang Pass,(3978m)in the northern parts of India, is a site where one can view the most drastic of landscape variances. On one side, the lush green head of the Kullu Valley; to the other, an awesome vista of bare, brown mountains, hanging glaciers and snowfields that dazzle in the crisp light. The tough terrain here is the main reason behind its virginal landscapes and simple lifestyles.
Drive to Chandigarh and transfer to Delhi by evening train.