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22 mars 2014 6 22 /03 /mars /2014 16:19
Trekking 2014 - Etes-vous intéressé à vous joindre?

Voulez-vous vous joindre à notre prochaine aventure et trek dans les montagnes himalayennes de l'Himachal Pradesh? Nous vous offrons le choix de l'option 1, un trek de niveau facile à modéré de 7 jours (Bhawa pass) combiné à un tour en jeep dans les régions de Spiti et Kinnaur ou l'option 2, un trek de 12 jours plus exigeant (celui que j'ai fait en 2013 et dont vous trouverez toute l'info sur le blog) (Bara Bangal) incluant la visite de Dharamsala, résidence d'un grand nombre de Tibétains en exil et du Dalaï Lama.

En fonction des préférences, l'un ou l'autre des itinéraires sera choisi. Cette fois-ci ce ne sera pas moi qui accompagnerai le groupe car j'ai d'autres projets pour cet automne (article à suivre à ce sujet). Ce sera mon mari Ashwani (Ash) qui va vous accompagner. Il est un guide de montagne chevronné mais ne parle pas français. C'est pourquoi j'ai choisi de ne mettre l'information ci-dessous qu'en anglais puisque ce sera la langue de communication durant tout le séjour.

The circuit starts in Delhi and includes all transportation, all the accommodation in modest but clean guesthouses or hotels and in tents during the trek, all the meals during the trek and when in Manali/Goshal.

Option 1 - 20 days From September 16 to October 5, 2014

16/09 Day 1 – Delhi

17/09 Day 2 – Delhi – Manali (12-14 hours night bus)

18/09 Day 3 – Goshal (festival)

19/09 Day 4 – Goshal (day hike Jogni Falls, Vashisht hindu temples, hot springs)

20/09 Day 5 – Manali (Hadimba temple, Buddhist monastery, bazaar)

21/09 Day 6 - Manali – Kaza (10-12 hours jeep drive)

22/09 Day 7 – Kaza – Ki monastery – Kibber village – Kaza (jeep)

23/09 Day 8 – Dhankar monastery – Tabo (monastery) (jeep)

24/09 Day 9 – Tabo to Guling (jeep drive)

Day 10 to 16: Easy Trek (7 days):

7 days trek – Bhawa pass: Moderate but high altitude trek. One pass at 4890 m.

Discover this remote area of Himachal Pradesh, starting from Guling, passing through the stark moonscapes of the Pin Valley, crossing one pass of 4890m, into the meadows, pastures and forests of Kinnaur and ending in Kafnu close to the Sutlej river.

25/09 Trek Day 1 – Guling (3520m) to Kahr (3810m) – 3 hours 26/09 Trek Day 2 – Khar to Mudh (3850m) – 5 hours 27/09 Trek Day 3 – Mudh (Rest day)

28/09 Trek Day 4 – Mud to Bara Bolander base camp (3960m) – 7 hours

29/09 Trek Day 5 – Base camp – Bhawa Pass (4890m) – Pulstring (4300m) – 8 hours

30/09 Trek Day 6 – Pulstring to Mulling (3360m) – 3 to 4 hours

01/10 Trek Day 7 –Mulling to Kafnu (3000m) – 4 hours Kafnu to Sarahan by jeep

02/10 Day 17 – Sarahan (Bhimakali temple) – Shimla (jeep)

03/10 Day 18 – Shimla

04/10 Day 19 – Shimla to Delhi (10 hours overnight bus)

05/10 Day 20 – End in Delhi

Included:

  • 7 days trek
  • 5 days jeep tour
  • 7 nights camping
  • 10 nights in hotel / guesthouse
  • Trekking equipment (kitchen tent, dining tent, sleeping tent for 2, sleeping bag, sleeping foam mat) horses to carry bags, food and equipment
  • Transportation from Delhi to Manali, Shimla to Delhi (overnight bus)
  • 18 breakfasts, 15 lunches, 14 dinners

Option 2 - 21 days From September 16 to October 6, 2014

16/09 Day 1 – Delhi

17/09 Day 2 – Delhi – Manali (12-14 hours night bus)

18/09 Day 3 – Goshal (festival)

19/09 Day 4 – Goshal (day hike Jogni Falls, Vashisht hindu temples, hot springs)

20/09 Day 5 – Manali (Hadimba temple, Buddhist monastery, bazaar)

Day 6 to 17: 12 days Trekking (Demanding):

12 days trek - Bir Banghal: Moderate to strenuous. 2 passes at 4600 – 4700 m.

Visit this remote area of Himachal Pradesh traversing the Bara Bhangal Range and Dhaula Dhar, crossing two passes, the village of Bara Bhangal and following the shepherds’ trails. Start from verdant valleys to arid landscape after the pass, snowfields, glaciers and lakes.

21/09 Trek Day 1 – Manali (2050m) – Lamadugh (2920m) – 4 to 6 hours

22/09 Trek Day 2 – Lamadugh – Riyali Thach (3320m) – 6 to 7 hours

23/09 Trek Day 3 – Riyali Thach - Base of Kalihani Pass (3700m) – 5 to 6 hours

24/09 Trek Day 4 – Base of Kalihani Pass –Kalihani pass (4610m) - Lake Camp 5 to 6 hours

25/09 Trek Day 5 – Lake Camp – Danku Thach (3500m) – 5 to 6 hours

26/09 Trek Day 6 – Danku Thach - Dal Marhi Thatch (3550m) – 6 hours

27/09 Trek Day 7 – Dal Marhi – Bara Bhangal (2550m) – 5 to 6 hours

28/09 Trek Day 8 – Bara Bhangal (Rest Day)

29/09 Trek Day 9 – Bara Bhangal – Base of Thamsar pass (3750 m) – 6 to 7 hours

30/09 Trek Day 10 – Base of Thamsar pass – Thamsar pass (4710m) - Panhartu (3580m) – 7 to 8 hours

01/09 Trek Day 11 – Panhartu – Rajgundha (2620m) – 6 hours

02/10 Trek Day 12 – Rajgundha – Bir (1450m) – 5 to 6 hours

03/10 Day 18 – Morning drive from Bir to Dharamsala (2 hrs) – Rest of the day: free visit of Dharamsala (McLeod Ganj)

04/10 Day 19 – Dharamsala (Buddhist temple of Tsug Lakhang, Namgyal monastery, Tibet museum, Norbulinka Institute, Tibetan bazaar)

05/10 Day 20 – Local bus to Pathankot (3-4 hrs, 90 kms) – Night train to Delhi (484 kms – 11 hrs)

06/10 Day 21 – Ends in Delhi

Included :

  • 12 days trek with experience trekking guide, cook, horse man, horses to carry the bags, food and equipment
  • Trekking equipment (kitchen tent, dining tent, sleeping tent for 2, sleeping bag, sleeping foam mat),
  • 11 nights camping
  • 7 nights in hotel / guesthouse
  • 2 nights bus / sleeper train
  • Transportation from Delhi airport to New Delhi, Delhi to Manali (bus or mini-van), Dharamsala to Delhi (bus + train)
  • 19 breakfasts, 15 lunches, 15 dinners

Not included:

Flight ticket from your home country to Delhi

Travel & Health insurances

Tip for trekking guide, horse man and cook

Lunches and dinners in Delhi and Dharamsala

All beverages

Entrance fees to historical sites (museums, palaces and temples)

The price could vary depending on the number of people (minimum 5, maximum 10) and is for shared accommodation (2 persons per tent and two persons per room). Single hotel / guesthouse room are at extra charge.

Ashwani (Ash) Thakur will be your guide. He is an experienced mountain guide from Goshal village (2050m), Himachal Pradesh. He has been living in Canada for the past 6 years. You will spend 3 nights in his home village where you will be lodged in our newly built ecologically friendly Gautam Shala Cottage (check our Gautam Shala Cottage Facebook page). You will have the opportunity to discover a non-touristic village of this beautiful Himalayan region which has retained its local charm, its hospitality and its ancestral traditions. You will be there during the yearly very colorful local festival where the gods are honored and which offers traditional dance, music and dresses.

If you are interested or for additional information (detailed itinerary), please contact us by email at gautamshala@gmail.com.

> Réjanne Saunois & Ashwani Thakur
> Gautam Shala Cottage
> Old Manali Road, Village Goshal, Manali, Himachal Pradesh, 175131
> Gautamshala@gmail.com


Note: This is an adventure trip including visits of remote areas. You should be prepared to experience no cell phone communication in some areas and during the trek, electricity power shortages, shortages of hot water or even running water at any time of the day. The roads in Himachal Pradesh can also be in bad conditions, with lots of turns and traffic, possibilities of land slide and can be rather chaotic in the cities.

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