Trek To Bara Bhangal Tour



Duration : 12 Nights / 13 Days

Destination Covered : Mandi

Price (Starting From) : On Request


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Tour Detail

The most remote place is the village of Bara Bangel – a wrapped in a legend people, sandwiched between the Kalihani Mt. (4,800 meters) and Thamsar (4.766 meters) is protected by impregnable mountains and raging river Ravi.

There is no road approach to the present village and folks of the Bara Bhangal village have to be compelled to walk over high mountain pass for 3 to 4 days to reach the closest road-head. individuals live here throughout the year with only few folks migrating to the plains throughout the winter time.

The village stay cut off from outside world for nearly six months during a year and it’s solely accessible from June to October once Thamsar Pass is open. throughout this trek we tend to cross over two high mountain passes and come across just one village and rest of the times we tend to move into the wild on high alpine pastures.

Tour Itinerary

Day 1: Bir- Billing (2350M) 2 hours drive and 4 Hours walk.

Arrive at Bir (Chougan). After that we offer you refreshment time to relax and breakfast in hotel. After rest tour start. The trek starts from the small village of Bir. From Bir it is about 8 KM on a steep short cut trail to Billing. After reaching the Billing, offering Camping activity and local sightseeing. In the evening Bonfire and dinner.

Day 2: Billing to Rajgunda (2640M) 13 KM, 5 hours.

After a brief ascent for half an hour we tend to enter the forest of rhododendron and Himalayan cedar trees. it’s nearly a gradual ascent for 2 hours to reach Chenha, from where we tend to descend all the way down to Rajgunda village. Camp close to the village.

Day 3: Rajgunda to Plachak (2920 M), 09 KM

In this short trip enclosed in order to induce acclimatized to the steep increase in the altitude. Night stay in tents.

Day 4: Plachak to Paniharthu (3750 M), 12 KM, 5 to 6 hours

It is steep ascent for few hours to reach Paniharthu, the bottom of Thamsar Pass. throughout early summer we already notice snow and ice close to Paniharthu. Camp hear for nightlong.

Day 5: Paniharthu – Thamsar Pass (4800M) – Marhu (4150M)

Leave after an early breakfast. It takes 05 hours to reach the pass after negotiating through patches of glacier and moraines. From the pass we’ve excellent view of the high chain of mountains peaks and therefore the ravi valley below. Another 3 hours to travel all the way down to following inhabitancy place at Marhu.

Day 6: Marhu – Barabhangal Village(2450 M) 8 KM

Three hours to travel all the way down to Barabhangal, one amongst the foremost remote villages in Himachal Pradesh. The village stay cut off from the outside world for nearly six months during a year because of heavy snowfall on Thamsar pass that is the solely simple route we can approach the village. it’s fascinating to seek out that a number of the villagers particularly the older folks haven’t been out of the village all their life and haven’t seen even the tiny wonders of the outside world. for instance they never sat in a bus or a automotive.

Camp close to the village. Afternoon explore the village of Barabhangal.

Day 7: Barabhangal Village to Suni Got (3500M), 14 KM, 6/7 Hours

After crossing the ravi river over a wooden bridge we tend to enter into no man’s zone land. there’s no human habitation after Barabhangal village till we tend to reach Manali. we stumble upon many shepherd camps to reach Suni got. Night stay in tents.

Day 8: Suni got to Lambaparh (3715 M) 14 KM, 6 Hours

Uphill and downhill walk takes us to Lambaparh, an extended green pasture where we tend to camp for nightlong.

Day 9: Lambaparh to Devi Marhi (4230M) 11 kms

Walk on the alpine pasture till you reach Kalihani Nullah(stream) that originates from Kalihani glacier. From here we begin to ascend towards Kalihani pass. Devi Marhi is a temporary shepherd encampment where they stay nightlong begore crossing over Kalihani Pass. Camp here for nightlong.

Day 10: Devi Marhi – Kalihani Pass (4800M)- Sanghur Got 14 KM, 7 to 8 Hours

Leave after an early breakfast. Walking over the glacier it takes four hours to reach the Pass. From the pass we’ve got a decent view of the high Himalayan peaks and also the valley below. It takes another three hours to steer all the way down to the camping place.

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Inclusions

  • Hotel
  • Sightseeing

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