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Angling Trout Tirthan River

Angling Trout Tirthan River Introduction The Tirthan River is a tributary of Beas River with its source in the Tirthan Glacier. The Tirthan glacier is within the limits of the Great Himalayan National Park , a vast reserve of Himalayan flora and fauna. The Park and the glacier are also the source of the Sainj Read more

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Sainj To Tirthan Valley Trek

Sainj To Tirthan Valley Trek Introduction The Great Himalayan National Park, undoubtedly the most pristine mountain landscape in the Western Himalayas and perhaps the planet. From the Andes to Nepal and Tibet, to the mountains of Eastern Europe and Western China - the pressures of a growing human population have left the landscape even so-called Read more

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Jiwanal Trek

Jiwanal Trek Introduction A seven-day, very strenuous, dramatic hike crossing the mountain passes at Kandi Galu (3627m), and Phangchi Galu (4636m). Incredible vistas. Must be in excellent physical condition as very demanding with elevation ascent of 2000 meters and 1500 meters descent in one day (total up-down, 3,500 m in one day!). Trip Details Season: Read more

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Sainj Vally Trek

Tirthan Valley Trek Introduction Bounded to the East by the Himalayan Mountains, the Great Himalayan National Park (GHNP) forms part of the boundary between four ecological zones: (1) the dry deserts of interior Asia and the well-watered lowlands of the Indian plains, (2) the Oriental and Pale arctic faunal realms, (3) the high plateau of Read more

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Tirthan Valley Trek

Tirthan Valley Trek Introduction An adventure pilgrimage trek to the source of the tirthan river. Trip Details Season: April to October Maximum Altitude: 4500 at Saketi Leadership: Local Leader Minimum Group Size: Minimum 4 Pax Maximum Group Size: Maximum 12 Pax Cost per person: On Request Tour Route KULLU / DELHI Trip Grade Moderate to Read more

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