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Pin Parvati Trek is an ulitmate challenge for trekkers. This is not your average walk in the park, folks.

We’re talking about a trek that will take you to the highest altitude of 5319 meters above sea level. If you’re up for a challenge, then this trek is definitely for you.

But wait, there’s more! Get ready for a bumpy ride as one will travel to most picturesque towns in the trans-Himalayan region. You will be visiting places like Keylong, Koksar, Rohtang Pass, and Kaza, just to name a few. And if that’s not enough to get your blood pumping, you will be taking a dip in the sulfur springs of Kheer Ganga. Nothing beats a relaxing bath surrounded by the misty green hills.

Camping under the stars at Mantalai Lakeside is an experience you won’t forget. You’ll wake up to a stunning view of the snow-capped mountains and glaciers, and the fresh mountain air will revitalize your soul.

During the trek, one will be traversing through lush green forests, meadows, and Pin Valley National Park. And if you’re lucky, you might even see some snow on the high passes during the early months of the year. But don’t worry, the weather will be warm and sunny during the day, with night temperatures hovering around -2 to 6 °C.

Did you know that Pin Parvati Pass was discovered in 1884 by Sir Louis Dane, who was looking for an alternate route to reach Spiti Valley? Since then, it has captured the imagination of every adventurer. And once you cross the pass, there’s a complete change in landscape – the mountain slopes immediately turn barren and rugged. The prevalent culture of the inhabitants also changes from Hinduism on the Kullu side to Buddhism in Spiti.

So, if you’re ready to test your endurance and take on one of the most high-altitude treks in the Himalayas, then Pin Parvati Trek is calling your name. Get ready for a mixed bag of steep slopes, gradual climbs, barren mountains, snow-clad peaks, and rugged passes. This 15 nights and 16 days itinerary will take you on a journey that you’ll remember for the rest of your life. Don’t forget to bring your trekking knowledge and skills along for the ride!

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