Monday, August 3, 2015

NATIONAL HIMALAYAN HAMPTA PASS TREKKING EXPEDTION 2015 - (MANALI-HP)

NATIONAL HIMALAYAN HAMPTA PASS TREKKING EXPEDTION 2015 - (MANALI-HP)

Reporting at International Youth Hostel Manali Prini - 

REPORTING DATES
Participants can book on any dates between 21st September 22nd September 23rd September 24th September 25thSeptember 26th September .
7D/6N Fee
Rs5000
Inclusive of simple Veg Food, boarding, lodging, equipment, group insurance, forest entry and trekking
ABOUT PROGRAM
A quintessential trek for first-timers, the Hampta Pass trek is tailor made for those looking to experience the Himalayan adventures! The easiest access point for this trek is from Manali at an altitude of 14,100 ft, unlike most treks that start from a remote village.
Hampta Pass trekking is appealing mostly due to the fact that it connects the beautiful valleys of Kullu and Lahaul. The awe-inspiring landscapes and natural foliage of the region itself draws trekkers a plenty, not to mention the abundance of rare Himalayan birds and orchids spotted here.
Flourished with thick alpine forests, sprawling meadows, glacial valleys, this trek packs the punch of an idyllic adventure in the Himalayas. Another exemplary feature is the passage through the captivating Rohtang Pass that stands at an altitude of 13,000 feet and is enveloped in snow throughout the year, the best time to visit is in July to August.
The trail crosses the small villages of Hamta and Sethan. Hamta pass offers a magnificent view of Deo Tibaa 19683 feets and Indrasan 20404 feets. This trekking tour lasts for 8 days, sets out near Prini village 6560 feets. 3 kms south of Manali and concludes at Prini. 
SCHEDULE FOR HAMPTA PASS MANALI
Day 01: Reporting & Orientation at International Youth Hostel Manali Prini (6560 ft ).
Day 02: Acclimatization walk and guidance & briefing for packing bags for higher camps.
Day 03: Trek to Sethan (9184 feets). Night halt at Sethan ( 8 kms, 4hrs)
Day 04: Sethan to  Chikka (10824 feets)  Night halt at Chikka ( 8 kms, 4hrs)
Day 05: Chikka to Balu Ghera (11808 feets) Night halt at Balu Ghera ( 10 Kms, 5 to 6hrs)
Day 06: Balu Ghera to Hampta pass and Night halt at Siagoru (10824 feets) (13 Kms 8 hrs)
Day 07: Siagouru to Chattru ( 9512 feets ) (9 kms, 3 to 4 hours downhill walk to Chattru. Transfer from Chattru to Manali by Jeep / bus via Rohtang Pass. Overnight stay at IYH Manali.
Day 08: Checkout after breakfast
ELIGIBILTY
The minimum age for joining the Expedition is 15 years and the upper age limit is 55 years. This condition needs to be strictly age adhered to. Under age will not be considered in any case.
 ACCOMMODATION FACILITIES:
·         Accommodation will be provided on sharing basis during program.
·         Built accommodation at International Youth Hostel Manali
·         Tented accommodation at other camp sites.
 WHAT PARTICIPANTS SHOULD BRING ALONG
Cotton Shirts, Slacks, Cotton Pants, Rain coat, Good Woolen sweaters or Jackets, Woolen Inners, Sun Cap, Trekking Shoes, Socks woolen and cotton, Gloves  Enameled or Steel Mug / tumbler, Lunch box, Plate, Spoon, Water purifying tablets, Pen knife, Needle, Thread, Spare buttons, Goggles, Cold Cream / Vaseline, Soap, Toilet Paper, Tissues, Towel, Medicines normally used at home for (cold, cough, vomiting etc.), Camera and any other material for your personal use.
HOW TO REACH THE BASE CAMP (IYH MANALI)
By Bus Manali is about 560 kms from Delhi, 280 kms from Shimla & 350 kms from Chandigarh. HRTC/Himachal Tourism operates Volvo buses for Manali.
By Train Nearest railway station are Ambala(310 kms) and Chandigarh(310 kms).
By Air Nearest airport is Bhunter 50 Kms from Manali.
 CERTIFICATES
Participants, who successfully complete the trekking and abide by the discipline of the program, will be awarded participation certificate.



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