Manali is richly endowed with diverse atterection for all kind of adventure sports, in addition to picturesque scenic beauty. Manali has been described by many glameros of repute as Chamonix of India as it is unique among Indian hil stations. Being close enough to real mountains to give comparatively easy access to them. Manli is also known as the gateway to Lahoul & Spiti and Ladkh. Since there are a lot of options available for trekking in all these areas, R.K.Adventure also conducts treks to all these regions. Some of the famous treks are mentioned below.
 
Manali - Chandertal - Deo Tibba Base - Manali
The Period of Operation: May to October
Rating: Moderate trek
Highest Altitude: 4480 m

Day 01 : Manali – Jagatsukh - Khanol ( 12 kms)
Day 02 : Khanol – Chhika (8 kms)
Day 03 : Chhika – Seri (8 kms)
Day 04 : Seri - Chandertal Lake (Deo Tibba base) - Seri
Day 05 : Seri - Chhika (8 kms)
Day 06 : Chhika - Jagatsukh - Manali (12 kms)
 
Manali - Beas Kund - Sollang Nallah - Manali
The Period of Operation: May to October
Rating: Easy to moderate trek
Highest Altitude: 4326 m

Day 01 : Manali – Solang Nallah (14 kms)
Day 02 : Solang Nallah – Bakarthach (12 kms)
Day 03 : Bakarthach – Beaskund - Bakarthach (12 kms)
Day 04 : Bakarthach - Solang Nallah - Manali (12 kms)
 
Manali - Naggar - Malana - Manikaran - Manali
The Period of Operation: May to October
Rating: Easy to moderate trek
Highest Altitude: 4450 m

Day 01: Manali - Naggar - Rumsu (25 kms)
Day 02 : Rumsu - Camp I (10 kms)
Day 03 : Camp I - Nag Ruhni (8 kms)
Day 04: Nag Ruhni - Khiksa Thach (19 kms)
Day 05: Khiksa Thach - Malana (16 kms)
Day 06: Malana
Day 07: Malana - Rashol (12 kms)
Day 08: Rashol - Manikaran - Manali (100 kms by vehicle)
 
Great Himalayan National Park
The Period of Operation: April to early June & September to mid November
Rating: Moderate to strenuous trek
Highest Altitude: 4120 m

Day 01 : Manali - Neuli (100 kms by vehicle)
Day 02 : Neuli - Niharni (6 kms)
Day 03 : Niharni - Shangar (6 kms)
Day 04 : Shangar - Dhel (12 kms)
Day 05 : Dhel
Day 06 : Dhel - Gumataro (12 kms)
Day 07 : Gumataro
Day 08 : Gumataro - Shilt (16 kms)
Day 09 : Shilt - Gushaini - Manali (115 kms)
 
Manali - Batal - Chandertal Lake - Baralacha La - Manali
The Period of Operation: 15th June to October
Rating: Moderate to technical trek
Highest Altitude: 4883 m

Day 01: Manali – Sethan (12 kms)
Day 02: Sethan – Juara (10 kms)
Day 03: Juara - Shiagouru (10 kms)
Day 04: Shaigouru – Chatru (8 kms)
Day 05: Chhatru – Chhota Dara (17 kms)
Day 06: Chhota Dara – Batal (17 kms)
Day 07: Batal – Chandertal (16 kms)
Day 08: Chandertal
Day 09: Chandertal – Tokpo Gangma (12 kms)
Day 10: Tokpo Gongma – Tokpo Yongma (10 kms)
Day 11: Tokpo Yongma – Baralachala (10 kms)
Day 12: Baralachala – Zingzingbar (18 kms)
Day 13: Zingzingbar – Manali (167 kms by vehicle)
 
Pin Parvati Pass -
The Period of Operation: July to September
Rating: Strenuous trek
Highest Altitude: 5319 m A minimum of three day of acclimatization is recommended for this trek at a height of 2000 m or more.

Day 01: Manali – Manikaran – Pulga (100 kms by vehicle)
Day 02: Pulga – Khirganga (10 kms)
Day 03: Khirganga - Tunda Bhuj (18 kms)
Day 04: Tunda Bhuj - Thakar Kuan (16 kms)
Day 05: Thakar Kuan - Pandu Bridge (12 kms)
Day 06: Pandu Bridge - Mantalai Lake (15 kms)
Day 07: Mantalai Lake - Camp I (12 kms)
Day 08: Camp I - Camp II (12 kms)
Day 09: Camp II - Chinpatta Maidan (14 kms)
Day 10: Chinpatta Maidan – Mud (15 kms)
Day 11: Mud – Sagnam (16 kms)
Day 12: Sagnam – Dhankar - Kaza (45 kms - by vehicle)
Day 13: Kaza - Manali (225 kms - by vehicle)
 
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