"Its not a place its a feeling"

We comprehensively cover all the details and itinerary of various treks in HIMACHAL to help you out in planning your next expedition. You can reach us any time for any query or dought’s related to your trek.

Hamapta pass trek


Hampta pass is an awesome trek and the moderate level of the trek invites not only experienced trekkers but also welcomes the beginners. Moreover, it can be the beginning of your trekking journey as it's no less than an addiction to the hills and allures you to the hills every time you memorize the trek, even long after you are done with the trek.

churdhar trek


Churdhar at 3655 metres is the highest peak in outer Himalayas.A beautiful trek near Chandigarh, trail moves through dense forests, meadows and finally to the Churdhar Peak. Panoramic views from the Churdhar top are unbelievable. On a clear day, one can see peaks like Shrikhand Mahadev, Kedarnath, Badrinath, Kinnaur(or Kinner) Kailash to name a few.

chandranahan trek


Chandranahan is a small Lake in Himachal Pradesh at a height of 13,900 feet. It is the source of Pabba river and the trek is trek along this river during most of the journey. The trail is through undulating meadows which remain covered in snow during winters and dense forests which further leads to Buran Ghati Pass.

Bhrigu lake


Bhrigu lake trek is an easily accessible route in the upper Kullu valley and lying east of the famous Rohtang pass. While on the trail, you will come to see almost all possible varieties a mid-altitude trail has to offer. The trail goes through pristine conifers, lush green meadows, valleys like upper Kullu, Solang and Rohtang are trekkers delight.

way to indrahar pass


With beautiful landscapes, sparkling streams, deep gorges, tranquil lakes, and deodar forest all throughout the journey, the Indrahar Pass Trek in Himachal Pradesh is one of the most awe-inspiring treks in the Indian Himalayan region that bursts the mind of several travellers from all age group.

frequently asked questions

Trekking is a multi-day walk, where you stay overnight (or several nights) at the place you’ve walked to. Hiking generally refers to a one-day walk. It might be two hours or eight, but if it takes place within a single day, it’ll probably be referred to as a hike. Mountain climbing is another thing entirely. It takes special equipment, training and comes with more risk.​

Both ways are possible in many places, If you hire a guide then you don’t have to worry about logistics, you won’t risk getting lost, and if any emergencies arise, you will be well taken care of.But its also fun to do everything on your own,its a totally different kind of experience.

No, you do not need to be extremely fit for a trek. Exercise regularly, walk some distance and basic level of fitness can be achieved. That’s all you need to do a trek but good level of fitness helps you easily cover up the distance without fatigue.

Cost will also depend on the remoteness of the region and want kind of transport connections you need to take.Cost also depend on the equipment that are needed on trek like tent,sleeping bags etc but those are one time investment if you want to make it a passion. ​

The weather is unpredictable and can change anytime but generally the nights are cold and the days are warm. But, it totally depends on the season and conditions. Keep enough warm clothes to protect yourself against chilly cold.

The effects of altitude are quite random, and not necessarily related to how fit you are. The trick to avoiding sickness is not to over-do it. The effects of altitude are mostly likely to come on once you’re above 3000 metres, and once you’re at that height it’s not wise to ascend more than 300-400 metres per day.