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Miyar nallah & Pangi valley trek 

Remote Miyar valley is situated in NW of Lahaul Spiti district of Himachal Pradesh. Miyar valley is stretching over 100 kms from Udaipur to great Kang la pass. Miyar is known as valley of flowers. It’s an unspoilt area similar to Zanskar and local people in the area follow Buddhist customs and are mainly shepherds and farmers. During summer cultivating green peas, potatoes and Barley are main cash crop in the valley. July and August is prime time to visit this magnificent valley, blossom with high altitude flowers, rare Blue poppy is quite famous among all. Miyar valley is comparatively easy to reach by road and there are plenty of unspoilt things to explore which is still hidden to outside world. Potala adventurers share this magnificent valley to its visitor to experience this wonderful valley.

TRIP INTRODUCTION: Leaving Manali we drive over Rohtang la pass (3978m) to Lahaul, and visit Triloknath to Udaipur which is famous for wood carved Mrikula devi temple, continue to drive we enter the little know Miyar valley. Arriving at Urgos, where we start trek to Khanjar,Thanpattan and finally climb to less known Pimu la or Duggal jot to enter in Hillu Twan and Chask Bhatori village. Exploring these remote locations of Pangi, our trek terminates at Saichu. Finally we drive back to Manali or Keylong enroute to Leh. If you are having further plan to visit Leh Ladakh

Day 01:
Delhi to Manali
Day 02:
Day 03: Manali – Udaipur – Urgos (3810m) (Home Stay)

Day 04: Drive to Shukto 6 kms, Trek to Khanjar – Thanpattan, 6 hrs. (Camp 1)

Day 05: Thanpattan – Kesar Unchob (4700m), 6-7 hrs. (Camp 2)

Day 06: Kesar Unchob – Base camp over Pimu pass (5223m), 6 hrs. (Camp 3)

Day 07: Base camp – Hillu Twan, 5 hrs. (Camp 4)

Day 08: Hillu Twan – Chask Bhatori, 5 hrs. (Camp 5)

Day 09: Chask Bhatori – Meadow camp (4000m), (Camp 6)

Day 10: Back to Chask Bhatori- Saichu, 5-6 hrs. (Camp 7)

Day 11: Saichu – Manali
Day 12:
Manali – New Delhi. Fly home


Regions: Lahaul

Best Season: Mid May to Mid October,

Trek days: 9 Days Ex Manali to Manali.

Trek Grade: Moderate to Strenuous,

Max. Elevation: 5223m

Cost and info

What is included

  7 nights camp with all camping facilities, 1 night home stay

  Roomy 2 men  tent, sleeping bags & liner,  sleeping pads, dining tent, toilet tent. trekking poles.

  All meals Ex Manali to Manali: We serve Indian, local, Tibetan, Chinese and continental cuisine. (bed tea, breakfast, hot lunch, snacks, dinner and hot drinks.

  Transportation to and fro per itinerary.

  Support staff: Qualified and trained local guide, cook, trekking mules included riding horse and

  Medical first aid support.


What is not included

  Domestic flight ticket and hotel accommodations in Manali.

  Breakfast on day 1st.

  Soft or hard drinks

  Personal tipping to staff and

  Any unforeseen cost arises beyond Schedule

Testimonials of Miyar nallah trek and Pangi valley trip


Manali– Miyar nalla – Udaipur – Tindi – Darwas – Sural Bhatori – Saichu nalla – Tandi - Keylong

“Everything went according to plan until 3rd June, when we changed itinerary from Urgos overnight to Udaipur. On 5th June we hoped to reach Saichu, but a rock fall on the road forced us to stay at Tindi. After that we had little time for Sural or Saichu nallas, staying only one night at each.

The general arrangements were very good. The vehicles were good and so were the drivers. Pemba was extremely careful as well as being helpful around camp.

We enjoyed the food; Tashi is an excellent cook and did Indian, European and Chinese food equally well. The lunch sandwiches were very good until brown bread run out. We had lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. Tashi was very helpful and efficient in other camp tasks.

Overall: A wonderful experience.

Staff was cheerful & tried their best when there was a lot of rain. Food was 5 star hotel qualities.

And wash tent is important to have. ”

Mr. Tony G. & Mrs. Ann - Marie G. Ottawa, CANADA - 29 May - 10 June


Miyar nallah & Pangi valley trip dossier



Day 01: Drive to Manali
Day 02: Manali
Day 03: Manali – Udaipur – Urgos (3810m) (Home stay)

Today after breakfast we drive to Rohtang pass 51 kms from Manali. It’s a favourite destination of Indian tourist to discover snow. Rohtang pass connects Lahaul-Spiti with Kullu valley. This pass is a fifth lowest altitude pass on the part of second highest mountain road in the world. We drive through magnificient villages along the Chandra Rive in Lahaul. At Tandi where confluence of Bhaga and Chandra River makes Chenab River, one of the five major Rivers of Pakistan. We enter in Pattan valley, driving along the right bank of Chenab. We pass through terraces barley fields and superb small villages all along the route. Passing Udaipur we enter to Miyar valley. We drive to Urgos, our starting point of trek.

Day 04: Drive to Shukto 6 kms , Trek to Khanjar - Thanpattan, 6 hrs (Camp 1)

Leaving Urgoss, we drive up the valley, across a stony moraine stretch and some side streams to Khanjar, the last village. above the village on a beautiful alpine meadow, carpeted with edelweiss and catmint. It is not rare to see the Himalayan Griffins and Lammergeyers.

There are lovely pastures all along the trek up to the camping site. The trek continues to the left side of the stream. A side stream coming from the Shinku La is forded to reach at a camping site. A side stream mingles here with the Myar nullah. The camp is established here.

Day 05: Thanpattan – Kesar Unchob (4700m), 6-7 hrs. (Camp 2)

The meadows Landscape is slowly changed into the rocky outcrop as we approach the pass. Today we camp amongst the patches of land in between the rocks.

Day 06: Kesar Unchob – Base camp over Pimu pass (5223m), 6 hrs. (Camp 3)

We climb up to the top of the pass, terrain comprises of the moraine and bit of ice (Glacier). Further descend though the moraine slowly the moraine fades away and we reach into a lovely meadow, camp at Meadow.

Day 07: Base camp – Hillu Twan, 5 hrs. (Camp 4)

Today’s walk is all Along the stream to the beautiful villages of Hilu and Twan, these villages are inhabited by bhots, unlike most of the sharp features people in the valley , this community has mango lion features and are Buddhists. There is also a Buddhist Monastery in the Village.


Day 08: Hillu Twan – Chask Bhatori, 5 hrs. (Camp 5)

Chask and Bhatori are the last Villages of Pangi towards Lahaul. Chask Bhatori is the highest located Village in the Pangi Valley (3659 Mts.). The landscape is Barren but beautiful.


Day  09: Chask Bhatori – Meadow camp (4000m), (Camp  6)

Trek further into the beautiful meadows in habited by the Shepard’s in the summers, offers a view of several snow clad peaks.

Day 10: Back to Chask Bhatori- Saichu, 5-6 hrs. (Camp 7)

Trek back to the Village of Chask Bhatori and further descend to Siachu through the Deodar Forest.

Day 11: Saichu – Manali

Day 12: Manali – New Delhi. fly home

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