The trekking trail passes through the foothills of Himalayas and we come across several Gaddi Tribal villages entoure. Gaddi is a semi nomadic shephered tribe whose main accupation is rearing of sheep and goats. Gaddis keep on migrating with the big heard of their sheep and goats from Plains to mountains during summer and mountains to plains during winter time. Every night we camp close to a small village by the side ofa river with last night at the base of Dhauladhar mountains from where we have superb close view of the snow covered peaks of Himalayas.
Kareri lake is a high altitude lake situated in Dharamsala ,Kareri Lake trek is com-at-able for the most part of the year except for when it snows heavily in the months of January and February . Kareri lake trek is also the base camp for Minkani Pass trek and Lam Dal trek .
This is one of the difficult treks in the area. Long walks on high altitude cold dessert terrain makes this trek most difficult.Proper acclimatization is necessary before you start the trek. You start walking from Kilan Sarair from Himachal Pradesh at almost 4500 meters and cross over 5450 meters high Phirtse La pass to enter into most remote Zanskar region of Ladakh. The trek ends with a visit to one of the ancient Buddhist monastery of Phugtal in Zanskar region of Ladakh.
Bhagpura is a small plateau on the top of a ridge where you have wonderful close view of the snow covered peaks of Dhauladhar on one side and Palampur valley on the other .
An ancient trade route between Spiti region of Himachal and Changthang plains of Ladakh and the neighbouring Tibet. The trek begins in Spiti valley and crossing over Prang La into ladakh
The trek over Pin Parvati Pass is one of the most difficult and adventurous trek. It requires lot of physical stamina and mental strength to complete such a trek.
This is one of the most popular treks staring from Lahul valley in Himachal and ends in Zanskar region of Ladakh. You enter into the most remote area of Zanskar region of Ladakh
Bara Bhangal is one of the most remote villages of Himachal Pradesh. There is no road approach to this village and people of the village have to walk over high mountain passes.
Chandra Tal meaning the lake of the moon is situated at an altitude of 4300 meters in the Himalayan region of Spiti valley of Himachal Pradesh. The name of the lake orginates from it crescent shape.
Gaddis are a semi-nomadic sheep hearding tribe of Himachal Pradesh. During this trek we follow the same trail that Gaddis go with their flock of sheep and goats during the month of June and July.