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Dhauladhar Traverse

Dhauladhar Traverse

Duration: 15 Days / 14 Nights
Price: 37750
Best Season: June- November

Dhauladhar are quite apart from any other mountain range in the Himalaya being the outermost part of Himalaya next to the plains in Himachal & Punjab. The starting point of the trek is the popular hill station of Mcleodganj established during British regime in India. It rises from the Indian plains to the north in Kangra. There are many glacial lakes and high passes in the Dhauladhar and it is a haven for trekkers. This trek takes you across caves, famous lakes and passes of enriching beauty.

 

BEST SEASON – (JUNE TO OCTOBER)

 

Activity Facts:

 

Region

Dhauladhar  Himalaya

Trek

Kareri Lake  (3000) &Indrahar Pass(4342)

Trek Duration

15 Days

Grade

Moderate to Hard

Season

June- November

Max. Altitude

4342Mt.

 

DAY

SKETCH ITINERARY

DETAILS

1

Arrival Snow Monk Camp

(1850M) 

2

Trek To Daled Camp

(2600m) 10 Kms/5 Hrs

3

Trek To Kareri Lake

(3000M)- 3Kms/ 3Hrs

4

Trek Kareri Lake – Bagga 

(2500 Mts/8200 Ft) 10 Kms/ 5 Hrs

5

Trek Bagga – Rawa Village - Bahl Village. 

(2130 Mts/6987 Ft) 15 Km/6 Hrs

6

Trek Bahl To Triund

(2870m) 12 Kms 4/5 Hours Walk

7

Trek Triund –Laka Got

(3200m) 6 Kms

8

Trek Laka Got- Lahes Cave-Laka Got

 

9

Day Climb To Indrahar Pass

 

10

Trek Laka Got- Bhagsu Nag 12 Kms

 

 

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHT

>      Dhauladhar Himalayas

>      High altitude trekking

>      Lakes, meadows, forest, waterfalls, gurgling streams

>      Himalayan Flora & Fauna

>      Visit H.H. Dalai Lama Temple

>      Tibetan culture

>      Kangra Tea Estates

>      Local community projects

>      Ancient village customs

>      Norbullingka Institute

>      10th century AD Masroor monolithic rock cut temple

>      Brijeshwari temple

>      Kangra Fort

 

 

REGIONAL DESCRIPTION

Mcleod Ganj is the residence of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama and home to a large Tibetan population, including many monks and nuns. The Tibetan government-in-exile is based just downhill at Gangchen Kyishong. McLeod attracts thousands of international visitors each year to volunteer with the Tibetan community, take courses in Buddhism, meditation or yoga, trek in the Dhauladhar mountains, shop for Tibetan crafts, or just hang out spiritual/alternative vibe and the many good cafes and restaurants dishing up Indo-Italo-Israeli-Tibetan food. With an interesting mix of travelers, volunteers, maroon-robed monks and nuns, the international dharma crowd and an increasing flow of Indian tourists, you're never far from an interesting conversation here.

 ITINERARY EX SNOWMONK CAMP

 

DAY 1   ARRIVAL AT SNOW MONK CAMP  

> ArriveSalli Base Camp (1850M).

> Check into camp site.

> Pine Cones collection activity - they look great after a touch of varnish as a souvenir for home

> Post lunch – walk to Salli Village and River Khauli. Tea at a local villagers house

> Visit to Usha's house - she makes lovely handicrafts from waste pine needles worth buying as a souvenir

> Experience "PAN CHAKKI" - grinding of wheat powered by gushing stream water on stones slabs like villagers used to before electricity was installed.

   Great Eco model worth visiting only available in the Himalaya

> Return back to the camp for evening tea

> Soup with Karoake music

> Dinner

> Night Trek with a torch

> Overnight at the camp

MEALS- Lunch & Dinner

DAY 02: TREK TO DALED CAMP (2600M) 10 Kms/5 Hrs VIA SALLI VILLAGE

> Post breakfast we trek along  with the Khauli River crossing the

   Salli village towards Daled camp site

> The trail crosses through dense forest crossing

   Chandraila temple leading to the meadows of Chagrotu

> Arrive at Daled and organize the camp for overnight stay

> Evening to explore the surrounding area. Dinner & Overnight

MEALS- Breakfast, Packed Lunch & Dinner

DAY 03: TREK TO KARERI LAKE (3000M) - 3Kms/ 3Hrs

MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

DAY 04- KARERI LAKE – BAGGA (2500 MTS/8200 FT) 10 KMS/ 5 HRS

> After a short ascent from the lake is a steep descent through the forest to Bagga.

> Dinner and overnight stay in tents. 

MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

DAY 05: BAGGA – RAWA VILLAGE - BAHL VILLAGE (2130 MTS/6987 FT) 15 KM/6 HRS

> The trial goes downhill through the forest. Rawa village is situated on the bank of a small river.

   Thereon, It is a steep ascent through the forest to Bahl Village.

> Dinner and overnight stay in a village. 

MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 06: BAHL TO TRIUND (2870M) 12 KMS 4/5 HOURS WALK

> Steep ascent through mixed forest of oak, of Dhauladhar on one side and Kangra valley on the other. 

   Rhododendron and cedar trees takes us to Triund, an alpine meadow situated on top of a ridge.

   From Triund we have close superb views of peaks

> Night stay in tents.

 MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

DAY 07: TRIUND –LAKA GOT (3200M) 6 KMS

> After breakfast we start our ascent to Laka Got. It is an hour walk to

  Khabrotu from where we do a side acclimatization walk to KunalPathri, a small temple situated on     

  top of a ridge. Walk back to Khabrotu to continue or walk to Laka got. Our camping site at Laka got

  is situated at the snout of a small glacier which stays full of snow till   end of May.

> Night stay in tents.

MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

DAY 08: LAKA GOT- LAHES CAVE-LAKA GOT

> This day we walk on Laka glacier and go towards InderharaPass. 

  The more adventurous trekkers can try to attempt the pass which is really a difficult climb and needs     

  extra physical strength and stamina. Back to Laka got for overnight stay in the camp.

> Night stay in tents.

MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

DAY 09: DAY CLIMB TO INDRAHAR PASS

MEALS- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

DAY 10: LAKA GOT- BHAGSU NAG

> After breakfast at camp we start our downhill walk to Bhagsu Nag.  

> Reach Mcleodganj by lunch time 

MEALS- Breakfast & Lunch

COST PER PERSON

PARTICULARS

02 PAX

03-04 PAX

05-07PAX

08-10 PAX

11-15 PAX

16+ PAX

 EX Snow Monk Camp

46990

42450

41500

40550

39600

37750

+ 5% GST

PACKAGE INCLUDES

>      Accommodation in alpine tents and unique experiential 4/5 star hotels

>      All meals as specified in the itinerary

>      Trekking on full board basis with toilet tents, camping chairs, kitchen tent, services of cooks, porters, trekking  and camping fees, required permits & verifications

>      Services of English speaking accompanying qualified mountaineering instructor.

PACKAGE EXCLUDES

>      Drinks, personal expenses, tips, laundry, telephone calls, personal medicines and even expenses incurred due to reasons beyond our control such as bad weather            or road blocks due to land slides etc.

>      Anything not specified in the itinerary as above.

>      Any increase in road taxes, diesel, entrance fees or any other govt.-imposed taxes.

>      Evacuation charges, damage of any nature, entry permits, entrance fees at monasteries and Insurance.

>      Personal expenses of the clients or any other expenses incurred due to bad weather, road closure, land slides etc.

        Anything not specified under the header”Package price includes”. 

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