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Pin Parvati trek

Kasol, Himachal Pradesh, India
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10D/9N

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Pin Parvati trek Highlights

  • Bonfire Night In Camp.
  • Bath in a Hot water Spring in Parvati Kund

Pin Parvati trek Overview

The Pin Parvati Pass (also known as Pin Parvati Pass) is a mountain pass in Himachal Pradesh, India, at 5,319 meters. Pin Parvati Pass trek provides the most spectacular traverses, right from the forest and verdant meadows of the Parvati Valley to the Buddhist villages in the Trans-Himalayan region of Spiti. The sharp contrast in landscapes, culture, flora and fauna will catch you off-guard. Within hours, you’ll walk from the cold dry mountain desert region of Spiti to the rich biodiversity in Parvati Valley, Which is spectacular. As you climb high in Pin Parvati Pass The bird's eye view will blow your mind. Pin Parvati Trek offers you a lifetime experience from the pulley bridge at Tunda Bhuj to marshlands of Mantalai to alpine meadows of Odi Thach, dense forests near Kheerganga and glaciers near the Pass. You can call it the perfect mixture of Hill, Desert and Jungle.

Usually, an individual will need to travel a distance of 10km per day with a total distance of around 1100km to cover during the entire trek. In general, most of the trekking point base camps are from Kullu and Manali. As those places are easy to reach and are well connected to all the other parts of the country.

Best Time to Visit:

Monsoon (June to September)
These months are not the quintessential rainy months in the area but a time when the snow melts and the weather is favourable for the trek and also easier makes it the best time to visit the Parvati Pin Pass is in between June to September. A question may arise about heavy rains seen in Kullu and Manali during the suggested time frame. Even though it may rain in Kullu and Manali but on higher altitudes, it is always a bit warm and sunny and even a minimal amount of snowfall is seen, which furthermore enhances the trekking experience for the entire trekking party. The Pin Parvati Trek in Himachal Pradesh should be taken at this time.

Summers (January to May)
The temperature is favourable from January to May. But the snowfall rate is high, which makes trekking difficult. The temperature in these months, however, is recorded as 12°C- 20°C in the daytime and during the night it is recorded from -6°C to 4°C. So the day time is good to do this activity.

Winters (October- December)
An extremely unfavourable time to visit the place, these months see extreme temperatures and snowfall make it impossible to do the trek. The temperature dips to below 0 degrees and there will be snow every now and then, making it tough to navigate through the pass.

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Itinerary For Pin Parvati trek

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Day 1 - Barshaini to Kheerganga (9,100ft)

Barshaini

Ready for trek to Kheerganga

  • Reach Barshaini, have a briefing and start your trek to Kheerganga.
  • After reaching the campsite, leave the luggage and head to hot spring and take a bath.
  • Head back to the camps and retire for the day.
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Day 2 - Trek from Kheerganga to Tunda Bhuj (10,900ft)

Kheerganga

Enjoy the beauty of the Parvati River

  • In the 2rd Day trek, you will be ascending through a gradual trail that will take you through scenic meadows, streams , and a temporary bridge.
  • On this journey, you can also witness the mesmeric beauty of the Parvati River and several species of birds. After around 1 hour of this trek, the trails will start gaining height while offering you panoramic views of the Parvati Valley.
  •  Finally, after trekking for around 5 hours, you will reach the tundra Bhuj campsite; relax and spend overnight in the camp.
  • There we'll have a Bonfire Night.
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Day 3 - Trek from Tunda Bhuj to Thakur Kuan (11,593ft)

Tunda Bhuj

Journey of this Pin Parvati Trek

  • Today's journey of this Pin Parvati Trek will take you magnificent valleys and several bridges! 
  • Begin the day with an easy ascend through verdant grazing ground and flowery meadows. On crossing these beautiful landscapes, arrive near a bridge that will be considerably long; and requires some additional amount of time to cross.
  • After, there will be a change in the trek as the terrains will start gaining some heights; however, these sturdy terrains will last only for 15-30 minutes. 
  • Post this; the journey will continue through gradual trails through an uneven and rocky meadow. Finally, after crossing the Pandu Bridge and continuing the hike towards Parvati River, you will arrive at the Thakur Kuan campsite by evening; dinner and overnight stay in the camp.
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Day 4 - Trek from Thakur Kuan to Ody Thach. (12,400ft)

Thakur Kuan

  • The trek takes around 4-5 hours and runs almost plain with some intermediate ascend.
  •  There are two difficult bridges on the way which are made up of big individual rock boulders. The bridge is known as Pandavbridge and it’s believed that Bheem, one of the Pandavas made it. The place is commonly visited by shepherds for its rich pasture.
  • Overnight Stay at Ody Thach.
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Day 5 - Trek to Mantalai from Ody Thach(13,547ft)

Mantalai

Explore Ody Thach to Mantalai

  • On Day,5 you'll cover the area from Ody Thach to Mantalai.
  • Overnight Stay at Mantalai.
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Day 6 - Trek from Mantalai to Parvati side base camp. (16,188ft)

Mantalai

  • The main ascent of the trek starts from Mantalai till Parvati side base camp!
  • There is a big stream that comes on the way known as Kala Khornalla. Care should be taken while crossing and it's advisable that it gets crossed before 10 A.M. when the flow is minimum. 
  • You will then start with the descendants to the Parvati side base camp. Hard snow bed could be found on the way to the campsite.
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Day 7 - Trek from Pin Parvati base to Pin Parvati Pass(17,400ft) to bedu Thach (14,360ft)

Pin Parvati

Start trek from Parvati side base camp to Pine side base camp

  • The trek from Parvati side base camp to Pine side base camp starts early in the morning by 6 AM so that you cross the glacier patch before the sun comes out and makes it slippery.
  • Peaks like South Parvati and Ganesh could be seen just before reaching the Pass. The top of the pass has a small temple. You'll visit that also if you'll have enough time.
  • The descend till Pin side base camp is moderately average as some part of it goes on the glacier and other onscreen. After the descend is done, we will cross the Pine Nala with help of a rope to reach Pin side base camp.
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Day 8 - Bedu Thach to Tiya (13,125ft)

Bedu Thach

Enjoy multi coloured mountains with vast open grasslands

  • Todays trek will be full of stunning landscapes of Spiti.
  • Enjoy multi coloured mountains with vast open grasslands with pin river flowing by
  • Reach Tiya and retire for the day.
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Day 9 - Tiya to Mudh(12,500ft) and to Kaza

Kaza

Explore Mudh village

  • Wake up to a fresh morning, have your breakfast and start your trek to Mudh.
  • Explore Mudh village and take a drive to Kaza.
  • Reach Kaza, rest in a Homestay/Camps and retire for the day.
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Day 10 - Departure

Kaza

Wake up, have your breafast and check out of the property, depart for your onward journey.

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Things to Carry

BanBanjara Voucher
Water bottle
Backpack
Thermal inners
Socks
Medical kit
ID Proof
Power bank
Extra batteries
Hand gloves
Lip balm
Personal medications (if any)
Essential toiletries
Trekking pole
Moisturizer
Dry Fruits and Chocolates
Hiking Shoes
Fleece jackets
UV Protected Sunglasses (Advisable)
Quick Drying Towel
Lightweight trekking pants
Warm clothes
Led torch (with extra batteries)
Caps
Ready to eat food
Water Purification Tablets

Location Details about Pin Parvati trek

Starting Point

Barshaini

End Point

Kaza

Pin Parvati trek Reviews

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Shoham

Excellent

We roamed around Kasol to choose the best option for our trek and when we met their team, a sudden trust was built. They without any doubt are the most professional and amazing team. Our Pin Parvati trek was a fantastic experience and it would have not been possible without them. Thanks to the team of Bananjara.

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Mihika

Excellent

Me and my friends choose Pin Parvati trek for our day hike and it was really our kind of place offbeat type. This was our first trek experience and we surely made the right choice by choosing HimalayanYeti. It was a great experience. From HimalayanYeti local suggested us this place. He was very knowledgeable and always shared useful information with us.

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Ananya Singh

Excellent

लाज़वाब ट्रेक। tests your capacity, and willpower and in return gives an awesome and very very different exposure to nature. 👌👌👌🏞🏞💚💚💚💚

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Mohana

Excellent

The Pin Parvati Pass is a thrilling challenge for any seasoned trekker. It’s a long expedition that gives trekkers a massive dose of adventure, beauty, and a sense of achievement. The exhilaration of traversing a 17,457 ft pass is an experience of a lifetime. The Pin Parvati Pass is a thrilling challenge for any seasoned trekker. It’s a long expedition that gives trekkers a massive dose of adventure, beauty, and a sense of achievement. The exhilaration of traversing a 17,457 ft pass is an experience of a lifetime.

शंम्मी विकरस

Excellent

Done in Aug . Very thrilling, adventurous, and not a beginner trek continuously 8 -9 days trek of daily 10km, If planning to go, go before monsoon. Monsoon makes the terrain slippery and Parvati River becomes wild, with lots of boulders. Continuously 7 days we hike, then later on long long terrain of Mud Valley.

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Neeraj Dhiman

Excellent

As they say, you’ll never know your limits unless you push yourself to them. In August we thought of pushing ourselves for 110+ kilometers cross-over trek from lush green Parvati valley to cold arid Spiti valley in the Himalayas

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Nitika

Excellent

Nice experience.......!!!!!!!!!!!! With 17, 500 Feet to be gained above mean sea level, roaring Parvati and Pin rivers to be crossed innumerable times, some precarious vertical rocky wall sections to be negotiated, and acutely narrow trails to be traversed in 9 days, PIN PARVATI PASS appeared to be a perfect dose of the challenge we were craving for! And we loved every bit of it. You can check out my blog (link in my profile) for more details.

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Rahul

Excellent

The park is located in the desert habitat of the Spiti Valley, within the Cold Desert Biosphere Reserve, in the Himalayas region. This cold desert is situated from the height of 11000 feet to 20000 feet and is known for medicinal plants available only in this area. The landscape view is very beautiful and unique.

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Aakash

Excellent

Pin Valley National Park is a simple heaven. If you go in winter then you might see winter animals. When we had gone there we didn't see any animals. Good for driving. Mud village is the last village of Pin Valley National Park.

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Sanaser

Excellent

Pin Valley is situated in the Lahul & Spiti district of H.P. It is one of the hidden gems of Spiti Valley. On day third i.e. 20th June 2018 early morning after having breakfast we traveled from Kaza to Pin Valley. Our cab driver Varinder Pal Singh took the road toward Dhankar.

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Pin Parvati trek FAQs

What is the best time for Pin Parvati Trek?

The best time to go for the Pin Parvati Pass trek is during the summer months of July to September. This is the time when the paths here are clean and one can easily cross almost any kind of blockage. 

Is Pin Parvati trek safe to do?

Pin Parvati trek is extremely safe to conduct under the guidance of trained trekking professionals. It is not advisable to undertake the journey if you are trekking for the first time or are new to hiking through the Himalayas.

Another thing to keep in mind is that if you are traveling to Spiti valley on your own vehicle, it is advisable to take the Manali Leh Highway, instead of the Kinnaur route. The Zoji La pass is extremely treacherous to cross, especially in winter. It is better to take a bus if you want to take this Highway.

What is the Pin Parvati trek distance?

On an average, you will cover around 6 to 7 hours on this Pin Parvati trek. The first day will take a drive around 10 hours to take you to Barsheni village from Kullu. Every day you will need to trek for around 6 hours until you reach Thakar Kaun and to arrive in Mantalai, there will be a trekking distance of about 12 hours. Pin Parvati Pass can be crossed on this way. The rest of the days would need different trekking hours ranging from 4 to 10 hours. The approximate trekking distance you will cover on this trek will be 110 kilometres including the drives and the maximum altitude you reach is 17500 feet.

Confirmation Policy

  • Upon booking, the traveller will receive a confirmation voucher via email, within 24 hours.
  • In the special cases of slots not being available, feasible alternatives will be provided to the customer, in regards to the customer’s preference. In such cases, a new voucher would be sent via email, consisting of the new travel details.
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Cancellation Policy

  • Any cancellation made 25 days before the date of departure, would levy 15% of the total tour cost as cancellation charges.
  • Any cancellation made within 15-25 days before the date of departure, would levy a 25% of total tour cost as cancellation charges.
  • Any cancellation made within 7-15 days before the date of departure, would levy 50% of the total tour cost as cancellation charges.
  • Any cancellation made within 0-7 days before the date of departure, would levy 100% of the total tour cost as cancellation charges.
  • Due to any restrictions such as sudden government policies or regulations, health hazards, medical emergencies, or unprecedented weather conditions, activities and tours may be nonoperational and be canceled. In cases such as these, operators will attempt to cater to the traveler as an alternate, which is feasible in nature. However, any refund would not be catered.
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Refund Policy

  • Any refund applicable will be processed within 7 business days.
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Advisory

  • In order to undertake this trek, the trekkers should/must have at least one prior trekking experience in the Himalayas.
  • To avoid frostbite from freezing temperatures, wear properly fitted trekking boots to keep warm.
  • For proper blood circulation, avoid wearing thick socks or more than one pair of socks.
  • Avoid carrying snacks and junk food. Carry Dark Chocolate Bars and Dry fruits.
  • Do not use disposable plastic water bottles, plastic-wrapped items.
  • Always carry a couple of pairs of thermal innerwear.
  • It is mandatory to carry your identification proof.
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