Parang-La Trek


Manali – Kaza - Kibber - Thaltak - Base - Largyup - Umna - Nurbo Sumdo - Kyangdom - Karzok - Leh - Delhi

Tour Key Points

    1st Week of July to Aug
    Parang-La (5600m.).
    13 DAYS
    Moderate to Strenuous
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Parang La is among the most audacious trekking courses that take you through strange mountains and a few waterway intersections.

The trek would take you from Kaza to the Parang La Pass that is over 5600m high and afterward into Ladakh.

Going through the precarious canyons of Spiti and the differentiating deserts, you would enter a scene that highlights high levels. This path has been customarily utilized as the exchange course by the occupants of Tibet, Spiti and Changthang. The excursion starts from the lovely lunar formed scene of Spiti valley to the home of Changpas wanderers the up nation peaceful network.

Trek closes at Tso moriri lake (4510m) the lakeside is a perfect spot for feathered creature looking as it highlights dark necked crane, bar-headed geese and Brahminy ducks.

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  1. Day 01 Arrive Manali

    Today after arrival at Manali, free time leisure to relax. Evening you will meet with our tour representative head who will discuss about the trip. Overnight stay at hotel.

  2. Day 02 Manali – Kaza 8hrs.200km

    Drive through strong Rohtang pass (3970m.) the entryway to the Lahoul and Kunzum pass (4551m) door to Spiti valley. The genuine safari begins on dusty street from Gramphoo up to Batal through the tough and desolate place that is known for Chandera waterway valley. Batal is arranged at the foot of the Kunzum Pass . In transit is Bara Shigri ice sheet the longest mountain icy mass in Himachal state. Overnight stay in Hotel at Kaza.

  3. Day 03 Kaza – Comic – Kaza A day hike for acclimatization

    Post breakfast in Hotel a short climb to visit town Comic. Situated at the elevation of 4100m. Evening drive to Ki Monestery and back to hotel.
    "Ki-Monastery"(4116m.) is the vault of uncommon 'Thangka'paintings' and a few antiquated instruments . Its library holds the original copies of the consecrated 'Thangur' content.

  4. Day 04 Kibber — Thaltak (4560m.) 6hrs

    Drive to Kibber and begin trek. First day of the trek slipping through the chasm and show up at the last town of the trek, Tumlay, one can see the Parang-La and the snow topped mountains all around. This had been an antiquated exchange course among Spiti and Tibet. Overnight stay in camp.

  5. Day 05 Thaltak — Base of Parang-La (5000m.) 6hrs

    Today’s walk is steep descend through the Parilugui gorge. Here one can discover bunches of fossils demonstrating the point that this piece of Himalayas was a Sea in the antiquated occasions, which was known as Tethis Sea. That is the reason individuals additionally call it as biggest regular exhibition hall. Following one hour of plummets and three hours rise you arrive at the campground.

  6. Day 06 Base — Largyup (4930m.)Over Parang-La (5600m.)7hrs

    Here you will appreciate the display of Himalayas at the correct side of the pass, summit of 6400m.stands raised. To the side of Largyup it is icy mass as far as possible whereas towards the opposite side it is dry. Plunging down the ice sheet out of which Para-chu waterway starts.

  7. Day 07 Largyup — Umna (4680m.) 5hrs

    First enjoyable walk but has to cross the stream to the campsite.

  8. Day 08 Umna – Rachu Lamo (4,470m.) 5hrs

    Charming stroll next to the Para-chu River, which streams, right to the Tibet wilderness close Chumar town on the other hand enters the Spiti and joins Spiti River at Sumdo. During the day need to cross the streams. outdoors close to the stream.

  9. Day 09 Rachu Lamo – Nurbo sumdo (4300m.) 5hrs

    Walking all the way beside the Para-chu River. Camping site is splendid. On the way one has to cross the River (Para- Chu) before reaching camp.

  10. Day 10 Nurbo Sumdo – Kyangdom (4350m.) 5hrs

    Strolling through the level ground up to campsite.

  11. Day 11 Kyangdom – Tso-Mo-rari (at Half of the lake 4450m.) 5hrs

    Suddenly the valley opens and the landscape here is greener. The Changthang valley, 15,000 ft. high northern slants, occupied by Changpas, the up nation peaceful community..Their methods for employment relies on their crowds of Yak, Sheep, Goats and ponies with which relocate starting with one peaceful land then onto the next. The valley is acclaimed for the natural life predominantly including Kyang (wild ass).

  12. Day 12 Tso-Mo-ari (At half of the Tso-Mo-rari lake) – Karzok (4267m) 8hrs

    Stroll along the lake straight up to the Karzok town.. The biggest lake in the Rupshu locale, on its western shore of 15miles long lake stands Karzok Monastery. Stay overnight in the camp at the bank of the lake.

  13. Day 13 KARZOK (TSO- MORARI) – LEH (3506M.) via Chumathang 8hrs

    Drive through Changthang level. Drive by means of Chumathang district is the most alluring zones similar to beautiful excellence, natural life, underground aquifers and its captivating mountains. One can have a staggering perspective on the Suru valley alongside its Indus waterway, arrive at greenery, culture, cloisters, Monks, and grinning individuals of Ladakh Overnight stay at hotel in Leh.

  14. Day 14 Sightseeing in and around Leh

    Toward the beginning of the day visit Hemis religious community that is 45km from Leh. It is one of the most extravagant Gompa right now. Hemis, lies in a side valley, not noticeable on the double, it’s splendidly shaded and shuddering banners a splendid sprinkle against the blue sky. Enroute to Leh visit 800 years old Tiksey religious community arranged on a mind blowing slope top roost and visit Shey and Shankar cloister. Here TREK CONCLUDES with memorable collections.

  15. Day 15 Departure from Leh to Delhi by air

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