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Kalihani Pass Trek

Kalihani Pass Trek

from  26500.00 23450.00

Himachal Pradesh  |  10D/9N  |  15,584 Ft.

June to October

(Above mentioned cost is for 8 or more people)

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  • Vacation Style High Altitude Trek
  • Activity Level Difficult
  • Group Size Medium Group
All about the Kalihani Pass Trek.

The Kalihani Pass trek is one of the most offbeat and unexplored treks in Himachal Pradesh, and a part of it trails the route of the Bara Bhangal trek. Seated atop a staggering height of nearly 4,800 m, Kalihani Pass commands excellent views of the neighbouring massifs and cavernous valleys that they overlook. Beginning from Manali, the beautiful trek to Kalihani cuts through dense forests of oak, deodar and pine, along with verdant meadows and treacherous moraines. It pushes you to the higher Pir Panjal range, surrounded by a snowy halo of massive Himalayan mountains like Deo Tibba, Indrasan and Hanuman Tibba. Catch countless floral species in full bloom during the pre-monsoon period. A fine medley of the rugged Himalayan terrain, forested wilderness and quaint little mountain villages coalesce into this trek. It is also quite common to come across several Gaddis, semi-nomadic shepherds, crossing the valley with their herds.

Max. Altitude – 4,750 m

Duration – 10 days

Difficulty – Moderate to Difficult

Highlights –  Tall and mighty peaks like Deo Tibba, Indrasan and Hanuman Tibba watch over as you navigate through a stunning variety of Himalayan terrains.

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • All accommodation during the trek on sharing basis in tents/homestays
  • All meals during the trek – Vegetarian
  • Tents, Sleeping bags and all other Camping Gear (Dining Tent, Tiolet Tent etc)
  • Safety Equipment (Medical kit, Oxygen Cylinders, Oximeter etc.)
  • Services of our expert Trek Leader
  • Services of an Expert Trekking Team (Guides, Cooks, Helpers, Porters/Mules)
  • Trekking Permits and Forest Camping Charges
  • A Life Changing Experience
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • GST and Other Taxes (As applicable, Subjected to change according to Govt. Rules)
  • Food in Manali
  • Backpack Offloading Charges
  • Personal Trekking Gear
  • Travel Expenses to and fro Manali from home city
  • Tips for local team
  • Expenses of personal nature like Laundry, Phone Calls, Alcohol, Cigarettes, Camera Fee, Bottled Water etc
  • Any Requirement for Single Room/Single Tent Accommodation
  • Travel Insurance and other Emergency Expenses
  • Any costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances such as bad weather, landslides, road conditions and any other circumstances beyond our control
  • Anything which is not mentioned in Inclusions

This trek falls into the moderate to difficult category of Himalayan treks, which naturally demands exceptional physical fitness, stamina and endurance. It is strongly advisable to have prior trekking experience before you approach this trek, which means beginners should stay away. Prepare yourself by engaging in a rigorous fitness regime before embarking on this trek. It is advisable to have a prior experience in high altitude trekking, above 3,500 meters at least.

The May to September window is ideal for the trek, as it eliminates the harshness of winters, and paves way for blooming flowers and incredible greenery. It would be wise to avoid the trek during monsoons, when mountains are more prone to landslides, and can trap you.

The weather during the months of May to September is moderate and favourable. Monsoons will bring heavy rainfall, making the trails slippery and extremely dangerous to tread. Daytime temperature will fall between 13 to 17 degrees, while nights can see a drop to about 2 to 10 degrees. That said, at such high altitudes, weather conditions may take a drastic, unforeseen turn.

Rucksack, high ankle trekking shoes, one fleece jacket, one down feather / hollofil jacket, 3 pairs of quick dry T-shirts and trek pants, 5-6 pairs of socks, balaclava, a daypack, sunscreen SPF 50+, scarf, towel, lip balm, headlamp / torch, 2 water bottles of 1 litre, and personal medicines.

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