Mountain Expeditions

For the hardcore adventure lovers the Western Himalayan region, offers various possibilities of climbing mountains, such as Hanuman Tibba (5928 Mts.)-Deo Tibba (6001Mts.), Mulkila (21,380 ft), CB–14 (6078Mts.), Indrasan (6220 Mts.), Kullu Pamori (6553 Mts.). There are various other summits in other mountain ranges of Himachal namely the Dhauladhar Range, Pir Panjal range, C.B Range, K.R Range, Mulkila range and other summits in Spiti and Ladakh region. The valleys of Pangi, Kishatwar and Parvati provide good opportunities for climbing. Apart from this we also organize Rock climbing, rappelling, river crossing, Ice climbing, Glacier walking trips. Himalayan Vagabond has vast experience in the adventure tour operations it has already been organizing mountain expeditions.

Summits:

This is a very technical and difficult peak which lies in the C. B. Range in the central Lahul and Spiti District. The name of the range comes from the two Rivers Chandra and Bagha, which mark the border of the massif. While climbing up this peak you have to walk on the huge Dhaka glacier, which is the biggest glacier in Lahaul Valley. From top of the peak you have a great view of the Kunzum Range, the magnificent Chandratal Lake and the Chandra River.

Day 1:

Manali (2050 m) Team introduction, purchasing, check and division of equipment

Day 2:

Manali to Batal (3960 m) by car 125 km

Day 3:

Batal to Base Camp (4600 m)

Day 4:

Base Camp to Camp 1 (5100 m)

Day 5:

Rest day adjustment of equipment, basic theory

Day 6:

Camp 1 to Camp 2 (5300 m)

Day 7:

Camp 2 to Summit Camp (5800 m)

Day 8:

Summit Camp to Summit (6264 m) back to Camp 1

Day 9:

Camp 1 to Base Camp

Day 10:

Rest day in Base Camp

Day 11:

Base Camp to Batal

Day 12:

Batal to Manali by car

Day 13:

Back up day

This peak lies in the C. B. Range in the central Lahaul massif. The name of the range comes from the two Rivers Chandra and Bagha which mark the border of the massif. While climbing up this peak you have to walk on the huge Dhaka glacier, which is the biggest glacier in Lahaul Valley. From top of the peak you have a great view of the Kunzum Range, the magnificent Chandratal Lake and the Chandra River.

Day 1:

Manali (2050 m) Team introduction, purchasing, check and division of equipment

Day 2:

Manali to Batal (3960 m) by car 125 km

Day 3:

Batal to Base Camp (4600 m)

Day 4:

Base Camp to Camp 1 (5100 m)

Day 5:

Rest day adjustment of equipment, basic theory

Day 6:

Camp 1 to Camp 2 (5480 m)

Day 7:

Camp 2 to Summit (6078 m) back to Camp 1

Day 8:

Camp 1 to Base Camp

Day 9:

Rest day in Base Camp

Day 10:

Base Camp to Batal

Day 11:

Batal to Manali by car

This is the second highest Peak in the Pir Panjal Range. It has a huge surface on its top from where you have a breath taking view of the Indarasan Peak (6221 m), the highest Peak of Pir Panjal Range. This is a very challenging and a technical peak.

Day 1:

Manali (2050 m) Team introduction, purchasing, check and division of equipment

Day 2:

Manali to Khanol by car/ Khanol to Chikka

Day 3:

Chikka to Seri

Day 4:

Seri to Base Camp

Day 5:

Rest day adjustment of equipment, basic theory

Day 6:

Base Camp to Camp 1

Day 7:

Camp 1 to Camp 2

Day 8:

Camp 2 to Summit Camp

Day 9:

Summit Camp to Summit (6001 m) back to Camp 1

Day 10:

Camp 1 to Base Camp

Day 11:

Rest day at Base Camp

Day 12:

Base Camp to Chikka

Day 13:

Chikka to Khanol, then back to Manali by car

Hanuman Tibba is the highest mountain in the Dhauladar Range. This mountain has its name from the Monkey God Hanuman, as its color is orange and its structure immense and burly. Enjoy the wide view of the surrounding snow-capped mountains.

Day 1:

Manali (2050 m) Team introduction, purchasing, check and division of equipment

Day 2:

Manali to Solang Nallah (2480 m) by car 13 km Solang Nallah to Dundhi (2890 m)

Day 3:

Dundhi to Bakhar Thach (3291 m)

Day 4:

Bakhar Thach to Base camp (3780 m)

Day 5:

Rest day adjustment of equipment, basic theory

Day 6:

Base camp to Camp 1 (4996 m)

Day 7:

Camp 1 to Camp 2 (5250 m)

Day 8:

Camp 2 to Camp 3 (5380m)

Day 9:

Camp 3 to Summit Camp (5490 m)

Day 10:

Summit camp to Summit (5932 m) back to camp 2

Day 11:

Camp 2 to Base Camp

Day 12:

Rest day in Base camp

Day 13:

Base Camp to Bakhar Thach

Day 14:

Bakhar Thach to Dundhi Back to Manali by car

Day 15:

Back up day

In this expedition you have the possibility to summit two (or even three, optional) peaks. Sheti Dhar peak is easier as compared to Manali Peak. From the peaks we get views of both, the Kullu and Lahaul Valley. You can see the Raigharh Glacier as well.

Day 1:

Manali (2050 m) Team introduction, purchasing, check and division of equipment

Day 2:

Manali to Solang Nallah (2480 m) by car 13 km Solang Nallah to Dundhi (2890 m)

Day 3:

Dundhi to Base camp Bakhar Thach (3291 m)

Day 4:

Base camp to Advanced Base camp (3900m)

Day 5:

Advanced Camp to Camp 1 (4724m)

Day 6:

Rest day adjustment of equipment, basic theory

Day 7:

Camp 1 to summit Shittidhar (5294 m) back to Camp 2 (5000 m)

Day 8:

Camp 2 to Summit camp(5200m)

Day 9:

Summit camp to Summit (5669 m) and back to camp 2

Day 10:

Camp 2 to Base Camp

Day 11:

Rest day in Base camp

Day 12:

Base camp to Dundhi Back to Manali by car

Day 13:

Back up day

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