In the beginning, the possibility of adventure is the possibility of risk. There’s no thrill without the element of risk and unknown is eliminated. In reality, the entire concept behind outdoors exploration and adventure sports is to escape the comforts of routine, explore new experiences and then return safely. It is the Pin Parvati Trek is one of the most captivating and demanding walking trails. The stunning scenery of this trek will leave you in awe of the obstacles it poses. See the mountain summits covered in snow of the majestic Himalayas as you traverse the expanding Parvati Valleys in and through the Spiti Valley. Start your journey by taking a journey from Barsheni to the breathtaking Khirganga along with Tunga Bhuj, departing from the stunning Kullu. On the other hand anyone who is the least cautious person is likely to agree that safety requires the assessment and management of risk, aided by a thorough understanding and improvement, not risk-avoidance. If safety is about the avoidance of all risk then we’ll be unable to complete tasks that are essential to our lives. Avoid driving. Instead, take a train instead flying. Beware of public transport. In India road traffic accidents are one of the top 10 most serious causes of deaths. While the safety of your vehicle is not guaranteed but procedures and preparation can greatly reduce the chance of being injured. The precaution however doesn’t mean that you stop looking into. The stunning areas in Thukarkuan and Mantalai require acclimatization prior to your departure to the Mantalai Lake that will make you feel more peaceful. With stunning views of the mountains, snowfields and bridges made of sand, the highly-anticipated Parvati Camp Site as well as the Pin Base Camp will welcome visitors. Take in the vivid colors of the blooms and the energy of the mountains. walking around through the Pin Valley National Park’s borders allows you to see interesting species. The unforgettable memories of the Pin Parvati Trek will leave you feeling refreshed and give you with an exciting journey when you walk through Wichkurung Thatch, and then onwards towards Kaza.
How to Reach-
The adrenaline-pumping journey across The Pin as well as Parvati Passes begin in Kullu at the point where Manali’s start. Manali is accessible via railway, road, or air. You can fly to Bhuntar Airport which is located 52 kilometers from Manali or from cities like New Delhi and Chandigarh. To reach your stunning destination, a range of taxi services are readily available. It is also possible to take an express train from the Manali’s Joginder Nagar Railway Station, located 166 kilometers away. From here, however, to Kullu it is necessary to travel on the road. The National Highway’s beautiful twisting bends make for a breathtaking road journey to Manali. If you begin in New Delhi, this journey is expected to take between 12 and 14 hours. There are a variety of Volvo luxury, luxury and state-operated buses operate regularly on these lines.
Base Camp –
The amazing adventure in trekking starts in Manali and goes on through many breathtaking landscapes before reaching the stunning camp site of Barsheni. The region that lies over Barsheni was previously called ‘Waziri during the early 1800s had a wealth of silver prior to becoming a victim of the exorbitant mining costs for transportation and extraction. From Barsheni the hydroelectric power project that crosses the Parvati River is visible in all its splendour. It was once an attractive little town with a lush natural setting, but nowadays it’s just a collection of houses. The mountain ranges that rise towards The Pin Parvati Pass with its abundant silver fir, oak and pine trees can be observed from this tiny township. The famous Parvati Valley Trek starts from Barsheni and is the only road that can be motorized.
The best time to visit is during the summer months. Kullu Manali is surrounded by stunning Himachal Pradesh mountain ranges and because of the unique elevation at which it’s colonised, it is a great place to enjoy treks. According to experts, most ideal time to visit is from May/June through September/November. The best time to visit is during this season. are two times to visit which are one of the couple of weeks from June through the beginning of July. Then, the second between September and November where the first snowfall normally occurs in September’s first week in October. In winter the temperature can be significant, but the warm days in between June and September can make this trek an unforgettable experience for hikers. Alongside the trek, Kullu offers a variety of interesting activities.
Elevation PointsThe elevation points are located in The Pin valleys and the Parvati Pass Valleys. This breathtaking hike offers a stunning views of the Himalayas. The hike will start in the city of Barsheni situated at an altitude of 2200m. Then, you will continue to the sulphur-rich springs of Khirganga which is located at an elevation of 3020 meters. Continue until Tunda Bhuj, which has the birch forests that are situated at an altitude that is 3285 metres. At 3620m, Thakur Kuan will amaze visitors with its breathtaking waterfalls, meadows, as well as lakes. At 4115 meters, Mantalai awaits your arrival to take in the tranquil Mantalai Lake. From here you will pass over Pin Parvati Pass. Pin Parvati Pass(4300 meters) and eventually leads to the basecamp and The snowfields that lie beneath Pin Pass (4110 metres) and the dangerous Pin Parvati Pass (5319 feet). In the return journey to Manali climb to Wichkurung Thach, which is 3700m and then plunge into Mud at 3650 metres.
Things to carry:
Good-quality Trekking shoes that are able in crossing streams.. Trekking shoes of high-quality that could be utilized to traverse a stream heavy fleece clothes – heavy fleece clothes Jackets for winter and waterproof coat Trousers for trekking – Torch and whistle – Covers to keep wet gear dry – Sunglasses Woollen cap gloves, etc. Lotion to protect against sun and other items for toiletries bottle of water Personal medicine Trekking pole – First aid kit with Knife and Swiss.