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Winter Treks (December, January, February, March)

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Kedar Kantha Trek

 9,800 + (Service Tax 9.00 %)


Region : Uttarakhand
Duration : 6 Days
Grade : Easy To Moderate
Approx : 20 Km.
Altitude : 12,500 Ft.


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Winter Kuari pass Trek

 10,500 + (Service Tax 9.00 %)


Region : Uttarakhand
Duration : 6 Days
Grade : Easy To Moderate
Approx : 33 Km.
Altitude : 12,763 Ft.


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Chopta Chandrashila Trek

 9,300 + (Service Tax 9.00 %)


Region : Uttarakhand
Duration : 6 Days
Grade : Easy
Approx : 30 Km.
Altitude : 13,100 Ft.


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Chadar Frozen River Trek

 24,500 + (Service Tax 9.00 %)


Region : Leh, Ladakh, J & K
Duration : 8 Days
Grade : Difficult
Approx : 75 Km.
Altitude : 11,123 Ft.


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Auli Snow Skiing

 13,500 + (Service Tax 9.00 %)


Region : Uttarakhand
Duration : 6 Days
Grade : Easy To Moderate
Approx : -1 Km.
Altitude : 11,000 Ft.


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Brahmatal Trek

 9,800 + (Service Tax 9.00 %)


Region : Uttarakhand
Duration : 6 Days
Grade : Easy To Moderate
Approx : 22 Km.
Altitude : 12,100 Ft.


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“Winter” Kuari Pass: When the TTH Recce Team Found the Quintessential Himalayan Snow Trek

Winter Kauri Pass Trek

Kuari Pass today is recognized as a spectacular snow trek but only six years ago it wasn’t such a sought-after winter adventure. The trail, chockablock with powdery slush snow in the winters was casted out as an option for obvious reasons. Since no snow safe itinerary was sketched out, not many people ventured in these parts until Trek the Himalayas founders Rakesh and Sandeep brought together a group of four to explore the depths of Kuari after snow. Read More

Winter is coming: Rupin Pass

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It was the month of May, when temperatures across most Indian cities were touching close to 40 degrees Celsius. News of heat waves sweeping across the nation made us find solace in Himalayas and thus me and my friend, Adin set out for Rupin Pass adventure. Read More

PackWise: 3 Essentials you Cannot Miss When Packing for a Monsoon Trek

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Monsoon in the Himalayas holds a special charm for trekkers. Clouds hang low to touch and the patter of falling rain adds rhythm to walk. The valleys turn a glistening green studded with exquisite flowers and invites trekkers to cross mountain rivers gushing with glee. Read More

My first ever Himalayan trek- Pangarchulla Peak Trek
Posted On: 27/May/2017
By: Ajinkya Sanjiv Gadgil

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A short attempt to write about my first experience with the mighty himalayan mountains. As every hardcore trekker dreamt to scale himalayan terrain, so was I awake with a dream to see white Mountains. And I am thankful to u bodh P Bhave and Dev Bhatt for planning Pangarchulla Peak trek. Read More

Knowing Pangarchulla from a Distance: Visions from Another Trail
Posted On: 06/Apr/2017
By: Ahana Chaudhuri

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The Lord Curzon stretch around Kuari Pass was still reeling from the unlikely vigorous snow of mid-March when we reached Gulling Top near the end of last month. Read More

Pin Parvati Pass and Chandra Tal trek
Posted On: 08/Mar/2017
By: Subhra Kanti Das

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As the Pangarchulla trek in May ended up making me crave more for a more intensive trek, I started looking for a more intensive and longer trek than the one just done. I considered various options and finally decided on the Parang La trek, which is a crossover from Spiti to Ladakh. I was in touch with Suman of Himalayan High for this trek and he formed a Facebook group of possible participants. A couple of us paid the token booking amount as well but finally the plan had to be cancelled due to lack of enough people (primary reason being increasing share of costs of two of us who were confirmed). Read More

Posted By: Vivek Ayyar

The rugged mountain scenario of Spiti valley has attracted me more than ever to this different side of the Himalayas. Last winter, Trek the Himalayas invited me to join their recce team to Kanamo Peak cimb and I was overjoyed. The trek gave me a whole fill of breathtaking cold desert vistas, bare mountains, patchwork of green and yellow lining the villages Kaza and Kibber, precarious walk on boulder moraine and more such specialties. Having done serious climbs like Stok Kangri with TTH before, I was confident that this trek would be a high for me. Added to this was the constant guidance of recce team leader and founder of TTH, mountaineer Sandeep Rawat.

Posted By: Rishabh Jain

It has been a treat to be a part of TTH’s exploratory trek tem member. When Rakesh and Sandeep started recce in the Kanamo Peak trail I was excited to tag along as a chief explorer. The mountainous terrain of Spiti is a whole different call from what I have seen of the Himalayas mostly in Uttarakhand and Himachal so far. Besides a good test of stamina, the trek includes elements of cultural tourism at Kibber’s Key monastery and an important lesson in high-altitude acclimatization. I found the acclimatization break at Kibber on Day 3 an especially judicious one as compared to other companies that offer 2-3 days of rest stoppage, thus unnecessarily stretching the trek for no real advantage.

Posted By: Soniya Malik

It was Sandeep Sir’s confidence and technical expertise that we could do the summit. He is an excellent motivator and if he is around, one feels and motivated. It was undoubtedly an experience I won’t forget my entire life. It was all about moving out of your comfort zone and experiences the adventure and thrill at its best.

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