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Asrang Kanda , Larsa we trek
Bicho Thach. Larsa we trek
Heading to Tapang
Glacial lake near the pass
Approaching the pass
Approching Ensa Sumdo , Spiti valley
Climbing Lamkhaga pass altitude 5282 meters
Approching Ensa Sumdo , Spiti valley
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ASRANG TO KAZA TREK VIA LARSA WE

 From : Shimla/Chandigarh/Delhi

 Destination: Himachal Pradesh

 Duration : 9 Nights 10 Days

This route connects the Kinnaur valley to the Spiti Valley in Himachal Pradesh. It is one of the most less traversed route in the region. The pass lies at the head of the Lippa valley near Kalpa. It descends to the Pin valley in Spiti. It is one of the most beautiful treks and is one of the most undiscovered trail. This is definitely one of the roads less travelled.

OVERVIEW

Region: SHRIKHAND RANGE  OF HIMACHAL

Duration: 10 days

Grade: Moderate to Tough

Minimum group size:5

Maximum group Size:10

Maximum Altitude: 5275 Meters

Best Season for the trip: JULY/SEPTEMBER

Brief Itinerary

Day 01: Shimla – Kalpa

Day 02: Kalpa – Asrang

Day 03: Asrang - Pulling

Day 04: Pulling – Bicho Thach

Day 05: Bicho Thach – Tapang

Day 06: Tapang - Larsa

Day 07: Larsa – Ensa Sumdo

Day 08: Ensa Sumdo – Tailing Village

Day 09: Tailing Village – Kaza

Day 10: Kaza - Manali

Detailed Itinerary:

Day 01: Shimla – Kalpa

Reception at Shimla and drive up to Kalpa from Shimla. The scenery along the way is really beautiful and the winding roads passes through Kufri and Narkanda and lead us up to Kapla. Reach Kalpa by late afternoon and check into a hotel in Kalpa. Explore the surrounding area and enjoy the backdrop view of Kalpa with the Kinnaur range of mountains overlooking the town.

Day 02: Kalpa – Asrang

Have breakfast and drive from Kalpa to Asrang. The journey is very pleasant and offers awesome view of the mountains. Dinner and overnight stay in village homestay in Asrang.

Day 03: Asrang– Pulling

Start from Asrang and pass the Hamlet of Tokto, the trail is along the right bank of Taiti to Porangkanda. From Porang, the climb is steep and we finally reach Pulling. We camp for the night in the sloping meadows of Pulling.

 

Day 04: Pulling – Bicho Thach

We trek up from Pulling to Bicho Thach passing Kangte on the way which is a high point on the way.

Day 05: Bicho Thach – Tapang

This is a long trail but is moderate in terms of being strenuous and is along the right bank of the river and by late afternoon we reach Tapang. Dinner and overnight stay in tents.

Day 06: Tapang–Larsa

The climb today is steep and a little difficult compared to the previous days. We trek on the glacier to Larsa today. Dinner and overnight stay in Larsa.

Day 07: Larsa – Ansa Sumdo

Today we start from Larsa and cross the Larsa We pass and go to Ansa Sumdo. Dinner and overnight stay in Ansa Sumdo.

Day 08: Ansa Sumdo – Tailing Village

Today we trek down to the village of Tailing. Dinner and overnight stay in tents.

Day 09: Tailing– Kaza

We drive from Tailing to Kaza. Overnight in Hotel/Village homestay in Kaza.

Day 10: Kaza–Manali

We start early and drive from Kaza to Manali via the famous Kunzum Pass and the Rohtang

 

Services Provided

All arrangements for overnight stays during the trip.

Camping and Climbing gear.

All food expenses

Food will usually consist of morning breakfast, lunch, evening high tea and dinner.

All food will be vegetarian.

Special trained certified guides trained for emergency situations.

Local guides and workers with in-depth knowledge about the local area.

One luggage per person will be transported by us.

Inner line permits and arrangements en route will be arranged by the operator.

All stays and lodging on twin sharing basis shall be provided.

Services not included

Any kind of personal expenses.

Camera fees or any other costs arising out of unforeseen circumstances and situation.

beyond our control.

Anything not included in the Services Provided

Besides good planning , logistics , food and good equipment packing a backpack and carrying essential things play a key role in success of an expedition.