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We all need a little bit of wilderness and some adventures in our lives. A himalayan trek is a great way to de-stress and bond with your family and friends or maybe just be on your own; away from it all. Whatever your needs we are sure the Himalayas will provide. However going on a Himalayan trek can be an overwhelming experience logistically and even more so if your chosen destination is some really remote trek that you have no information about. Here’s where all our experience comes in. We can help with all the logistics and support you will need right from choosing your Himalayan trek to running the trek in the field as planned.

Sparky treks

Tosh Valley Trek

Tosh valley

The Tosh is a feeder valley of the popular Parvati Valley which leads to the Pin Parvati Pass. The Tosh Nallah meets the Parbati river at Pulga coming from the North. The Tosh valley is initially narrow but as you progress higher the valley starts to open up and you cross several beautiful meadows. At the head of the valley is the Tosh Glacier surrounded by some well known peaks: Papasura (6451m) & White Sail (6446m).

Region: Himachal
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 7
Grade: Moderately Challenging
Best Season: May - Oct
Trip Begins: Manikaran
Trip Ends:Manikaran

Kalihani Pass Trek

Kalihani Pass trek

This is one of the best treks in the Kullu valley, the trek takes you to upper reaches of the Pir Panjal range with excellent views of Hanuman Tibba, Indrasan, Deo Tibba and other peaks. Kalihani Pass (4700m) also forms the pathway to the remote Bara Bhangal village in the Kangra valley. The Gaddi's of the Kangra valley regularly use this pass to cross over into the main Kullu valley.

Region: Himachal Pradesh
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 7
Grade: Moderately Challenging
Best Season: May - Oct
Trip Begins: Manali
Trip Ends: Manali

Pin Parvati Pass trek

Pin Pass trek Sunset

This is one of the most spectacular treks in the region that takes one from the lush green Parvati valley in Kullu to the stark and barren Pin valley in Spiti. On the way is the high-altitude Maltalai lake and the Pin Parvati Pass. The trek’s route borders the Pin Valley National Park, known for sighting of the elusive snow leopards and the Great Himalayan National Park that is famous for sightings of rare Himalayan birds like the Western Tragopan.

Region: Himachal
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 11
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: June - Oct
Trip Begins: Manikaran
Trip Ends: Kaza - Spiti valley

Bara Bhangal Trek

Bara Bhangal Trek

This trek, also known as the Shepherds trail trek takes you over Kalihani and Thamsar passes and is limited to experienced trekkers in rugged backcountry and with good know-how of hiking and camping. One of the more challenging routes, it takes one from the lush green Kullu valley to the stark landscapes of Bara Bhangal range. But for the trouble, it is a very fruitful trek that people looking for an isolated, in-tune-with-nature routes.

Region: Himachal
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 10
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: June - Oct
Trip Begins: Manali
Trip Ends: Bir/ Dharamshala

Sara Umga Pass Trek

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The Tosh is a feeder valley of the popular Parvati Valley which leads to the Pin Parvati Pass. The Tosh Nallah meets the Parbati river at Pulga coming from the North. The Tosh valley is initially narrow but as you progress higher the valley starts to open up and you cross several beautiful meadows. At the head of the valley is the Tosh Glacier surrounded by some well known peaks: Papasura (6451m) & White Sail (6446m). After crossing Sara Umga Pass, you descend into Lahaul valley.

Region: Himachal
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 09
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: June - Oct
Trip Begins: Manikaran
Trip Ends: Manali

Parangla Pass Trek

Black Necked Crane at Tso kar Lake, Ladakh

Trek from the beautiful Spiti valley in Himachal over the high pass of Parang la (5600m) to the picturesque lake of Tso Moriri in Ladakh. It is one of the most beautiful trails in the Western Himalayas. The trek offers grand views of the Changthang. The highlights of this trek apart from the High pass is that you will get to see Shankoos (Tibetian Wolves), Kyangs (Tibetian Wild Asses) and the endangered Tibetian Back Necked Cranes. This continues to remain one of our most favourite treks and we have run this trek since 1998. A lot surely has changed on this trail over the years but it still is an awesome trek.

Region: Himachal and Ladakh
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 14
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: June - Oct
Trip Begins: Manali
Trip Ends: Leh

Kibber to Rumtse Trek

Tsomoriri

Trek from the beautiful Spiti valley in Himahcal over high passes to the picturesque lake of Tso Moriri in Ladakh and then on to the rugged mountains of Rumtse. It is one of the most awe inspiring long treks left in the Western Himalayas going over Parang La (5600m) with its grand view and Changpa territory. The Changpas are a semi nomadic community, living off flocks of yaks and sheep, the Changpas have a timelessness about them. Trading in pashmina, yaks and living in yak hair tents called rebos, they have adapted to the harsh dry air of the Changthang. The trek is also a great one to catch sight of high altitude wildlife such as kyangs or Tibetan Wild Asses (their only other cousins are the wild asses of Rann of Kutch in Gujarat), the highly endangered black-necked cranes, bar headed geese and tibetan wolves.

Region: Himachal and Ladakh
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 21
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: June - Oct
Trip Begins: Manali
Trip Ends: Leh

Hampta Pass - Chandertal - Baralacha La Trek

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One of the most scenic high altitude treks in Himachal Pradesh, The trek begins in the town of Manali and first traverses across the Hampta Pass (4270m) into the Lahaul valley. It then takes you to the crystal clear waters of Chandertal and onwards through the high pass of Baralacha-La (4830m). Also known as the Moon Lake trek. Culturally, it's the threshold to the mystical Buddhism practiced in Spiti, Lahaul, Ladakh and Tibet. The barren landscape in the upper regions and the green valleys below, make the trail awe-inspiring and one of the must-experience ones in this part of the Himalayas.

Region: Himachal
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 11
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: June - Oct
Trip Begins: Manali
Trip Ends: Manali

Deo Tibba Base - Chota Chandertal Trek.

Deo tibba base Chota Chandertal

The Deo tibba base - Chota Chandertal trek starts from Jagatsukh in Manali, this scenic, summer high altitude trek winds its way through lush green meadows and alpine forests. With memorable views of snow-capped peaks, including Indrasan, Inderkilla, Deo-Tibba and Hampta Pass, this is one of the most scenic treks in Himachal Pradesh. Mountain streams, glaciers, log bridges… all go into making this a trek worth experiencing. Look out for the amazing valley view from Tainta. It would be any photographer's delight to capture.

Region: Himachal
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 08
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: June - Oct
Trip Begins: Manali
Trip Ends: Manali

Manali - Hemis - Morang La Trek

Changpa

The Sarchu - Hemis trek begins with a two-day drive from the verdant Kullu valley across two high passes deep into the easternmost part of Ladakh, followed by an 11-day trek through the heart of Rupshu, finally ending in the Indus valley near Leh. A possible extension to the above trek would be to follow the Markha valley downstream from Hankar and go across the Kunda La and Stok La to end at Stok village, which is located on the Indus across the valley from Leh or another option is  from Nimaling cross Chakstang La (5310m) and Puze La (4900m) and continue to Lato on the Manali - Leh Highway.

Region: Himachal
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 08
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: June - Oct
Trip Begins: Manali
Trip Ends: Manali

Bhaba Pass Trek

Amazing Views

This trek offers an incredible insight into the remoteKinnaur, Spiti and Pin valleys of Himachal Pradesh. From the lush green Kinnaur valley, enter the starkly beautiful Spiti valley, visiting ancient Gompas and scattered little villages. After crossing the Bhaba Pass (also known as Bhawa Pass), the landscape changes dramatically, with the thick forests of Oak, Pine, Cedar and Deodar being replaced with the barren lunarscape of Spiti. We end the trek in Kaza and then you can choose to travel to Manali over Kunzum la enroute you can also choose to stop over and spend an extra night at the Chandertal Lake.

Region: Himachal
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 10
Grade: Moderately Challenging
Best Season: June - Oct
Trip Begins: Kafnu (Kinnaur)
Trip Ends: Kaza (Spiti Valley)

Kangla Pass Trek

Amazing Views

Kangla pass (5500m) connects the Lahaul valley to the Zanskar valley. The trek begins in the Miyar Nulla. The road head for this trek is the village of Shokto. Over the next 10 days you will trek through some of the most pristine landsacpe to eventually cross the pass and come out in the Zanskar valley. It is a long and challenging trek involving a complex glacier crossing. If you chose to do the trek in June or July then the wild flower blooms in the Lahaul valley will leave you completely awestruck.

Region: Himachal
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 12
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: June - Oct
Trip Begins: Manali
Trip Ends: Padum/Leh

Poat La Trek

Kishtwar

The Poat La (5490m) trek is a lesser known trek in the Indian Himalayas. The trek begins from the village of Gulabgarh on the J&K - Himachal Border. The areas has been closed for many years after the insurgency began in Kashmir and it was only recently 2009 when we restarted exploring the area with some of our climbing trips. The trek Takes you into the lesser known Darlang valley. We cross through the Sapphire and Emerald mines of King Zorawar Singh and eventually after crossing the pass end the trek at the town of Padum in the Zanskar Valley.

Region: Himachal/ Kishtwar/ Zanskar
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 12
Grade: Challenging
Best Season: June - Oct
Trip Begins: Jammu/ Manali
Trip Ends: Padum/Leh

Omasila Pass Trek

Kishtwar : Pangi

The Omasi La (5590m) trek is a lesser known trek in the Indian Himalayas. The trek begins from the village of Gulabgarh on the J&K - Himachal Border. The areas has been closed for many years after the insurgency began in Kashmir and it was only recently 2009 when we restarted exploring the area with some of our climbing trips to Kishtwar Shivling. The trek takes you into the lesser known Sumchan valley. We cross through the Sapphire and Emerald mines of King Zorawar Singh and eventually after crossing the pass end the trek at the village of Abring in the Zanskar Valley. All through the trek you will get amazing views of peaks like Kishtwar Shivling, Hagshu, Barnaj, Chiring, Nun, Kun etc.

Region: Himachal/ Kishtwar/ Zanskar
Type: Trekking
No of Days: 12
Grade:  Very Challenging
Best Season: June - Oct
Trip Begins: Jammu/ Manali
Trip Ends: Kargil/Leh

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