A Lake of Faith


          Lakes have always beeen considered as sacred and worshippped in mountainaous regions. There are Several High Altitude lakes and pristine waterbodies tucked away in the gharwal region of Himalayas. Maldaru Taal or lake  is one such  remote  ablong lake  located South – Eastern region of  Harkidhun valley  at a altitude of 4800 m above sea  level. The village folk  of Puoni , Osla and Dharkot  consider this lake as abode of  gods. The path towards  lake  Itself  is a  memorable experience. Walking through pine forest and  alpine meadows  of  Vishkopri  and  Raasi. The meadows carpeted with  flowers in various hues and colors is a feast to eyes. Walking on the ridge is really exillarating experience. View of Swargarohini  peak  6252 M from close quarters  standing  on the edge of lake  is unique experience. The aroma that emanates from the flowers Brahma Kamal , Phen Kamal which profusely grows there is feast to eyes.

Borasu Pass Trek


    One such pass among the many passes​ that cross into Himachal from Uttarakhand​ is Borasu​.Situated at an elevation of 5450 m or 17,880 ft is challenge for season trekkers too . It connects the Tons river valley with Baspa river valley. The pass is open only for a few months before monsoons and then ​post  monsoon ​before the winter sets in. It is a high but practical traverse into the great Kinnaur Valley, takes ​5 -6   days from Har Ki Dun ​valley ​ to ​Ranikhanda​ ​further ​in​to​ the Baspa Valley. From Har​- ​ki​ - ​Dun the trail heads north along the Maninda Gad​ popularly known as Morinda Tal​. Beyond that the ascent eases to  Rathadu  campsite 4000 m with a distant view of mountains and  thereon the path winds up for 5km through a flower strewn narrow valley​ ​offer​ing​ you a breathtaking diversity of landscapes and the trek is the perfect blend of lush meadows, ​riot of ​ flowers  such as Geranium , Bistorta ​ etc Moraine path ​ finally  reaching Sauni Beda camping grounds.A steep climb on the rocky patch from here brings to Lamjoonga makeshift campsite.


​After Lamjoonga campsite ​with a glacier t​o ​further ​up​, climb strenuously, ​beware of  crevasses in post monsoon on the either side of pass ​for about 4 km to the pass​, one will be surprised and awestruck  to see  Nilkamal flowers in full bloom on  the rocky patches along the pass and descent​ along the  60 -70 deg rocky slopes reaching Zupke  glacier.The route through boulders requires  some careful footing and proper balance.Beware and watchful  of  rockfalls and boulders coming down and there on  further down to the Baspa river ​bed. ​The loose rocks and rockfall pose a danger, avoid attempting the pass in bad weather, during post  monsoon.​Cross the river by a bridge and reach the​ and ​ Doaria camp​ing​ grounds. From Doaria the trek to Chitkul is very easy on the legs. This trek is one of the best ways to ​get a feel and ​experience the Himalayan culture of Garhwal ​region ​and Kinnaur​ region respectively​.


Crown of  Spiti  Valley


   Region : Spiti valley

Among the High altitude passes in the Himalayan region of Spiti valley Manirang Pass is regarded as the most remote and  hard even today. It is located in Himachal Pradesh at an altitude of 5355m above sea level. This pass is reckoned to be one of the least explored mountain passes in the Indian Himalaya. Mount Manirang Altitude: 6593 mtr. / 21625.04 ft known as the crown of the Spiti is the valley isa challenge for Mountaineers. It connects the Kinnaur to Lahaul & Spiti region and was the ancient route of trade before it became motorable.

The whole region is situated in the rain shadow area and more or less lies dry  other than winter. 

The undulating terrain is very harsh comprising of boulders, marine and difficult to access without a proper guide due to sheer remoteness.

Retracing footsteps of Zanskaris


Walking on Frozen river of Zanskar is an ultimate experience for adventure lover. The traditional name of the trek is "Chadar trek" the frozen sheet, which was the only way in and out for Zanskaris in winter when all other ways are closed due to heavy snowfall at high passes. Therefore, it had been trade route for centuries for Zanskari People. Now the route is also famous as winter trekking among adventure lovers. For the last several years, we have been organizing this winter trek in three different options with trained local Zanskari porters and our well-experienced guide and staff.

The most isolated and made inaccessible for nearly eight months a year due to heavy snowfall resulting in the closure of all the access passes, Zanskar has the distinction of being the least interfered with microcosms of Ladakh, and thus one of the last few surviving cultural satellites of Tibet. This geographical isolation together with the esoteric nature of Buddhism practiced here has enabled its some ten thousand inhabitants to preserve and perpetuate their cultural identity. This Chadar trek allows you to penetrate this isolation and to examine some of the villages along the Zanskar River in the midst of winter and thus catch a glimpse of the lifecycle during this unique time of the year. A visit to the ancient monastic establishments of Karsha and Zangla promises to heighten your insight into the mysteries of this Shangri-la, a land and culture frozen in time behind the ramparts of the Zanskar mountains. Chilling and Lingshed are the only sizeable villages on this trek until Hanamur and Pidmo before Pishu and Zangla in Zanskar, all the rest are names of places and caves along the route.

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