High snow peaks, mountain lakes, holy rivers, valleys, himalayan folklore, tribal art…a beautiful and challenging surrounding. It's much more than a treck. This is truly a journey beyond. The mind disappears, and only the awareness of your ascent remains. You leave your Life behind. The higher up you go, the more demanding it becomes, and more alive you feel, and more opportunities you get to transcend yourself and become free
Chinar is the final resting place before one treks deep into the high mountains. From here we can accompany you on a mesmerizing trek into the Dhauladhar Range of the Himalaya. Your guide will be Mr. Ved - a Dharamsala local, expert mountaineer, connoisseur of Himalayan wilderness, and above all a kind and patient human being.
DHAULADHAR RANGE OF HIMALAYA
Dhauladhar Range is a major Himalayan range. Famous as the Outer Himalayas begins near Dalhousie in the northwest and passes through the areas that fall near the banks of Beas River in Kullu, district of Himachal Pradesh. The altitude varies between 3500 and 6000 m above sea level, with the highest peak Hanuman-Ka-Tiba (White Mountain).The Dhauladhar is an endlessly fascinating range. When you cross the watershed ridge of the range from Kangra to Chamba or vice versa, you pass through every Himalayan Climato-ecological belt possible- from tropical highlands of the great Himalayan rivers to the sub arctic wastes at the top of the ridge.The Dhauladhar is famous for its high altitude glacial lakes which have mythical backgrounds and are considered extremely sacred by local people.