Pin Bhaba Pass (16,105 ft.)

Sharing striking similarities with the Pin Parvati trek which ranks a level up in difficulty, the Pin Bhaba Pass trek throws beautiful landscapes with beauty that dons different shades everyday! Trailing through narrow valleys and high altitude meadows, the trek bridges the lush grasslands of Kinnaur, and the cold desert landscape of Pin Valley in Spiti. The trek is marked by the quaint little Himalayan villages which are some of the most shaded, unexplored and remote areas of Spiti. The thrilling high of adrenaline accompanies you throughout the trek, especially on the Pass day, climbing up to 16,100 ft.!

Himachal Pradesh | 8D/7N | 16,105 ft.| July to September

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The itinerary is as follows:

Day 1: Arrive at Kafnu (7,465) from Shimla (7,878 m)

Day 2: Trek from Kafnu to Mulling (10,637 m)

Day 3: Trek from Mulling to Karah (11,653 ft.)

Day 4: Trek from Karah to Phutsirang (13,474 ft.)

Day 5: Rest and acclimatisation day at Phutsirang

Day 6: Trek from Phutsirang to Mangrungse(13,674 ft.) via Pin Bhaba Pass(16,105 ft.)

Day 7: Trek from Mangrungse to Mudh (12,283 ft.)

Day 8: Drive from Mudh to Manali


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