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Yunam Peak Expedition

Yunam Peak Expedition

 25,200
(GST 5.00 %)
(Manali to Manali)
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Overview

Region :- Himanchal
Duration :- 8 Days
Grade :- Difficult
Max Altitude :- 20,100 Ft.
Approx Trekking Km :- 22 Kms.


Yunam Peak is a rare six-thousander Himalayan trekkable peak on the same ranks of Stok Kangri that can fulfil the higher ambitions of trekking and adventure enthusiasts for climbing and lay a serious groundwork for technical mountaineering pursuits. A soaring presence in the Lahaul-Spiti locale, the Yunam Peak is not entirely unknown to those who have travelled by the Leh-Manali highway, though it is not as frequently climbed as the Stok and other peaks of the same club. The summit of Yunam has a great vantage point for an outstanding view of the C.B. Range and Mulkilla Range, and this is just one reason to scale the peak.


Yunam is located that far side of Himachal where the mountains are terrifyingly rugged and sparse in greenery. The highest motorable road of the state ends in Baralacha La, only a few kilometres from Yunam base camp, where the pathways of Ladakh, Spiti, and Lahaul intersect. Crossing over from Manali to Keylong to Bharatpur- from where the trek actually begins, can be an adventure in itself as you are being transported from gentle undulations, green slopes, and apple orchards of Manali to the rugged and grey rocky mountain highs. The drive to this far end of the world is breathtaking in terms of changing topographies, the chills of starkly dropping temperature, and bizarre emerald lakes glistening in the middle of nowhere in a cold rocky desert matrix. The way up from Bharatpur onwards features snow patches, mixed scree and snow tracks, and sharp jagged walls of rock. Quite unusually, the stretch of this glaciated desert is not short of water points. On our way to the base camp and beyond, a number of streams will cut the path across and at the base camp we will have a small lake in the vicinity.


The going gets more and more exacting with the miles ahead on this expedition. Frostbitten wind come in squalls and hit hard, the pace has to be moderated to keep from slipping on scree, and most of all, the rapid gain in altitude can take a toll. The expected physical agitation, couples with unpredictable weather conditions at the higher reaches of the trek and has the potential of a deathly challenge. Climbers must put grit against grit and overcome this hurdle with strong will and determination.


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Brief Itinerary

Day 1:- Arrival Manali
• Check in Hotel
• Briefing after lunch approx 3 pm
• In the evening go for sightseeing
• Visit Hidimba Devi Temple, Vashist Kund and other major sightseeing points (avoid Rothang Pass)
Note:- Only stay hotel is included in the cost (food and sightseeing is excluded)

Day 2:- Manali to Keylong/Jispa
• Pick up at 9 am, 5 hrs
• Keylong 100 km (3080 m), Jispa 120 km (3200m)
• Via Rothang pass, Tandi (confluence of Bhaga and Chandra river) Sisa village (temple of Raja Ghapan)
• Drive along with Bhaga river
• Stay in tent
• Phone networks are available
• Stay in tents
• Last ATM

Day 3:- Keylong/ Jispato Bharatpur
• Leave at 9 am
• Altitude 4500 m
• 90/ 80 km drive, 5/ 4 hrs
• On the way Deepak tal, Suraj Tal, Baralacha la 4890 m ( Himachal Pradesh highest motorable pass)
• Lunch at campsite
• Stay in tents
• Phone network till Patseo

Day 4:- Acclimatization day
• Rest and small hike for better acclimatization
• Heavy exhaustion is not advisable
• Drink good amount of water, keep body hydrate

Day 5:- Bharatpur to Base camp
• 4.5 km trek, 4 hrs
• Altitude 5200 m
• Train - Moraine
• Ascent – gradual and steep
• Many water points on the way
• Walk along with small water stream, become terrible post lunch
• Base Camp is nearby small lake

Day 6:- Base camp Acclimatization
• Summit briefing and training
• Sitting and sleeping all day in the camp is not advisable
• Go for very small hike, visit nearby places
• Early dinner and early to bed

Day 7:- Base camp to Summit and back to Base camp
• 6.5 km trek, 8 hrs
• Altitude 6111 m
• Train – Moraine, Sharp rocks, Few snow patch, Snow on the top
• Steep ascent
• 6 am start summit attempt
• Only one water point, comes after half an hour from Base camp

Day 8:- Base camp to Bharatpur and drive to Manali
• 4.5 km trek (2 hrs), 175 km drive (8 hrs)
• Reach Manali in between 6 to 7 pm
• Plan your further travel after 8 pm

Who Can Go:-

Here are the fitness criteria one has to match absolutely for conquering Yunam Peak with us:

  • Experience of high altitude trek, at least 1 trek of more than 4500 mt. or 14,700 ft.
  • The climber must be fit and have sufficient stamina to cover 5 km of distance in 30 minutes without a stress.
  • A goods carrying benchmark relevant in this expedition, the climber should be able to carry a 10 to 15 kg expedition bag pack.
  • Heart problem, high blood pressure, asthma, and epilepsy cannot be reconciled on this mission. The climber must not have these conditions mentioned above.

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1:- Arrival Manali

Day 2:- Manali to Keylong/Jispa

Your journey with us will begin from Manali. At 9 am, we will pick you up from the appointed place and start off on the Leh-Manali highway. Guaranteeing a sheer adventurous ride, this highway grooves through changing scenes of vast and empty mountains, passing the snow entrenched Rohtang Pass, Tandi- where the Bhaga and Chandra river meet, and the village of Sisha or Sissu where there is a magnificent temple of Raja Ghepan- the presiding deity of Lahaul valley. The Chandra and Bhaga rivers run by the line of our passage and create magnificent frames for photographing the dense mountains in the background.

At around 100 to 120 km from Manali we will reach the Keylong-Jispa area, approximately in time for lunch, i.e. 2 pm. These two towns nestling in the lap of the mountains are key areas where Lahauli ethnic culture is preserved. Our stay for the night will be tent.

A brief exploration of the site on this afternoon is mandatory for the cause of acclimatization. There are quite a number of attractive places to check out here—the Khardang and Shashur Monastery in Keylong top in our recommendation.

In Keylong, you will find working ATMs and telephone network coverage.


Day 3:- Keylong to Bharatpur

The destination of Day 3 is Bharatpur, located at a driving distance 5 hour away from Keylong. At 4500m, Bharatpur is a windy cold desert rest point with a sparse locality which remains open only during season time.

We will try to make a few short stopovers on this four hour long journey—first at lakes Deepak Tal and Suraj, both mesmerizingly beautiful and of the colour sapphire, reflecting the skies and the mountains on a clear day. Suraj Tal is also recognized as the source of the Bhaga river which joins with river Chandra at Tandi, crossed earlier and becomes Chandrabhaga in the Himachal and flows as Chenab after entering J&K. On passage, we will cross Baralacha La- the highest motorable mountain pass.

We will be reaching Bharatpur at around 1:30 pm. Here, you can find stores for tenting equipment, trekking gears, and many delightful Dhabas. A special delicacy available in Bharatpur’s eateries is the flavoursome “butter tea”. This region also the starting point for Baralacha La trekking.

The night’s stay will be in tents at Bharatpur.


Day 4:- Acclimatization day

At this juncture, the massive altitude gain will start showing its colours. Mild headache, nausea, and loss of appetite is common. Therefore, day 4 is kept entirely for adjusting to the climate and let the body tune to the thinning air and temperature hitting the lows.

A lot of fluid intake is highly recommended for today, along with a little load carrying exercise (though heavy exhaustion is not advisable) and walk around in the barren landscape.


Day 5:- Bharatpur to Base camp

The fifth day’s trek commences early in the morning around 7 am.

Today’s trek will be a challenge with 4.5 km of steep climb on a gradually gaining ascent curve. Trek time can span a little over 5 hours. The boulder and moraine laden path will make inexperienced climbers prone to slipping. Today’s trek especially needs to be done with crampons as in the later half of the trek you will come by dense snow patches.

You will not need to carry 2-3 litres of water for this stretch as there will be many water points on the way. After one particular turn, the trek will continue along a water stream.

Base camp is expected to be reached by mid noon. Small lakes in this location make for a picturesque setting.

Since the next day’s journey starts at 3 in the morning, a sound sleep must be ensured for tonight.


Day 6:- Base camp Acclimatization

Today is an easy day for you as you will do nothing but take rest and get along with the surrounding. You will dedicate a full day to get accustomed with the place and in knowing all the routes in detail. To spend some time you can also visit some of the nearby places. Since it is just a rest day, you are not supposed to sit in your camp, and sleep all day long. Physical fitness and outside surrounding are very important to view as such views you cannot see again in the near future.

Today you will also get to know all aspects of team work and methods that are included in climbing a top of a mountain covered with snow. Your trek leader or guide will give you proper training so that you learn how to climb in such hills. He will also acknowledge you about the challenges that you may face along the way.


Day 7:- Base camp to Summit and back to Base camp

Our summit attempt begins at 6 in the morning on this climactic day. It is going to be an 8 hour battle against all odds, crossing a distance of 6.5 km of steep ascent. The terrain will be mostly moraine, sharp rock henge, and more snow covered areas than last day.

The water situation too, is going to be more critical than last day. Since there will be just one proper drinking water point on the trail, you need to come equipped with 3-4 litres per person in your day pack. The water point can be found nearly half an hour into the trek starting from base camp.

Expect numbing cold wind, the trials of advanced height, and associated breathing difficulties. The need to stay hydrated is more than ever in these hours. Though the path will be treacherous and taxing to climb, it will be palpable with ledges along the stony stretch to rest at from time to time.

After around 6 hours into the trek, the moraine cover will be replaced with thickening snow, giving another edge to the trekking experience. It is important for the group to bind up on harness at this point in the trek and move systematically. After an enduring stretch of semi technical climbing, summit would be reached.

The view from the top is out of the world, foraying into the sun struck pinnacles of Chandra Bhaga and Mulkilla Range of mountains, and the valley of Lahaul many many galaxies below, lying in a swathe of whiteness.


Day 8:- Base camp to Bharatpur and drive to Manali

After a goodnight’s rest at the base camp, down we go on day 8. A 4.5 km trek, followed by a 7 hour drive from Bharatpur will reach us in Manali between 6-7 pm.

You can schedule your further travels from here after 8.


How to Reach

By Air :-
Bhuntar, which is 52 km away from Manali, is the nearest airport. Taxi services are available from Bhuntar to Manali, which costs about Rs. 700- Rs1000. Bhuntar is well connected to Delhi by air. The airliners that take you to this Airport are Indian Airlines, Kingfisher airlines, MDLR Airlines and Jagson Airlines, operating flights from Delhi and Chandigarh to Kullu.

By Road:-

Manali is well connected to Delhi. Take an overnight bus from Delhi to Manali. Tickets can be booked online at www.redbus.in or www.hrtc.gov.in, Tip: Since Delhi Manali is a long journey most Volvo private buses leave Delhi between 5 pm and 6 pm. The last govt bus leaves at 8.30 pm from ISBT Kashmere Gate.

Manali to Delhi Like the onward journey, buses leave from Manali to Delhi between 4 and 5 p.m. Your tentative arrival at Delhi may be anywhere between 6 a.m and 10 a.m. Plan your onward journeys only post noon giving enough buffer for bus delays.

Note:- Trekkers need to take only those VOVO buses which reach Manali till 12:00 pm on first day. Our reporting time is 02:00 pm at Manali, but in-case you will not able to reach at meeting /briefing time, either we will transfer your seat to our any next batch or we will cancel your trek, so please double check your bus time with your bus transporter.

Cost Terms

Inclusions :-
1. Accommodation. (Guest house, Home stay, Camping).
2. Only accommodation in Manali on day 1 (no meals).
3. Meals while on trek (Veg.+ Egg) (From Day 2 dinner to Day 8 breakfast)
4. Trek equipments: Sleeping bag, mattress, tent (twin sharing), kitchen & dinning tent, toilet tent, utensils and crampon (if required)
5. All necessary permits and entry fees.
6. First aid medical kits and oxygen cylinder
7. Mountaineering qualified & professional trek Leader, guide and Support staff.
8. Transport from Manali to Bharatpur and back ( As per the itinerary)
9. Porter to carry the central luggage
10.TTH Staff insurance


Exclusions :-
1. Accommodation and meals in Manali on day 8.
2. Any kind of personal expenses.
3. Food during the transit.
4. Insurance.
5. Mules or porter to carry personal luggage.
6. Anything not specifically mentioned under the head “Price Includes”.

Note :
Note : Normally TTH expect to carry your personal luggage on your own, if you wish to offload your backpack, you can give it to Mule.
Charges of offloading backpack:-
INR 3000/- if you make an online payment, 10 days in advance
INR 3200/- if you inform us after reaching Manali
The backpack cannot weigh more than 11 kgs. Backpack should have waterproof cover. Suitcases/strolleys/ bags will not be allowed.


When to book:
It is wise to make your booking at least two months in advance. However, if you want a good deal on your domestic/international flight, we recommend organising your trip at least five months in advance. (Please contact us if you require a late booking)


In the event of cancellation of trek/adventure activity services due to any avoidable / unavoidable reasons we must be notified of the same in writing. Cancellation charges will be effective from the date we receive advice in writing, and cancellation charges would be as follows: -/p>

Cancellations prior to 24 days from the start of the trek
Book any other trek till one year or get 95% refund
(Note: If the trek charges are more, the balance needs to be paid by the trekker)


Cancellation between 24 days and 14 days to the start of the trek
Choose to go for the same trek, with any other batch, till year or get 70% refund


Cancellation between 14 days and 10 days to the start of the trek
Choose to go on the same trek, in the same season, with any other batch or get 50% refund.


Cancellation less than 10 days to the start of the trek
Transfer your trek (same trek, same batch) to your friend. No cash refund.


Note:-
1)- Change of trek batch is dependent on the availability of seats in the batch.
2)- In case of transferring a trek to a friend, he/she should satisfy all the mandatory requirements put forward by TTH.
3)- TTH holds the right to change/cancel the policies, without prior notice.

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FAQ

Risk & Respond

High Altitude Treks: Risk and Response A high altitude trek calls for an adventurous attitude, but embarking on an adventurous trip without calculating the risks is utter stupidity. That’s why we have listed a few risks and the response planned by TTH to minimise or address the risks in the best possible way.


Risk: Altitude Before you start the trek, it is important to understand the implications of high altitude on your body. Be aware of symptoms of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness) like mild headache, nausea and general discomfort.

Response: If you feel any of these symptoms, inform the trek leader on priority and follow his instructions. Every campsite has as stretcher, fully equipped first aid kit, oxygen cylinders to address the situation.


Risk: Weather Weather is unpredictable in the Himalayas. Though we are always observant about the changing weather, no one can guarantee a snowfall, rain or Sun. Do understand that your security is of utmost importance to us and we will not proceed any further from the campsite if the weather is not favourable.

Response: The decision of the Trek Leaders and Guides to proceed or wait for the weather to get better will be final.


Risk: Injuries Often, while trekking over difficult terrains, you might have minor injuries like leg sprain, bruises etc. Serious injuries like fractures or major cuts are very rare.

Response: All our Trek Leaders are Certified Wilderness First Aid responders. They are trained to handle emergencies and can tackle minor injuries with a well-equipped first aid kit. In case of serious injuries, the patient is carried on a stretcher to the nearest road-head and is led to nearest medical centre.


Risk: Lack of communication devices In the remote areas of the Himalayas, mobile networks do not reach. On a trek, one is cut off from the world of calls, SMSs or watsapps.

Response: We rely on walkie-talkies and runners to communicate between the campsites and the base camps.

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Brief Detail

Trek Itinerary

Day 1:- Arrival Manali
Note:- Only stay hotel is included in the cost (food and sightseeing is excluded)
Day 2:- Manali to Keylong/Jispa
Day 3:- Keylong to Bharatpur
Day 4:- Acclimatization day
Day 5:- Bharatpur to Base camp
Day 6:- Base camp Acclimatization
Day 7:- Base camp to Summit and back to Base camp
Day 8:- Base camp to Bharatpur and drive to Manali

Note: On Day 8, you’ll reach Manali between 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm. You can book your travel any time after 7:30 pm.

Trek Info

Region: Himanchal
Duration: 8 Days
Grade: Difficult
Max Altitude: 20,100 Ft.
Trekking Km: 22 Kms.
Trail Type: Round trail. The trek starts and ends at Bharatpur
Rail head: Pathankot is the nearest rail head to the base camp
Air Port: Bhuntar, which is 52 km away from Manali
Road : Manali is well connected to Delhi
Base Camp: Manali
Best Season: June last week to October first week.
Batch Size: 15 trekkers including Male and female.
Services from: Manali to Manali
Food: Meals while on trek (Veg.+ Egg)
Stay: Guest house, Camping
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