Himalaya

Introduction: The very word Himalaya, literally meaning ‘abode of snow’, bring forth feelings of reverence in the heart of a true Indian. Over generations, the Himalayas have attracted pilgrims, adventure seekers and tourists. They are a paradise for trekkers and mountaineers and are the cradle of thousands of rivers, streams and glaciers.
Every year in summer Sundarvan organizes trekking camps in the Himalayas.

Some of the popular camps that we offer are:

Manali – Bhrighu Lake Trail
Days:  07
Maximum altitude to be gained about 14000 feet
Best Season: Mid May to June and September-October
  
 Manali – Beas Kund Trail
Days: 07
Maximum altitude to be gained about 13200 feet
Best Season: Mid May to June and September-October
          
Manali – Hamta Pass – Chander Tal Trail
Days: 8 - 10
Maximum altitude to be gained about 13800 feet
Best Season: Mid August – October
    
Manikaran – Manatalia
Days: 10
Maximum altitude to be gained about 14200 feet
Best Season: Mid August - Mid October
          
Mystery Lake Roopkund Trail
Days: 10
Maximum altitude to be gained about 15200 feet
Best Season: Mid May to Mid June and September
          
Valley of Flowers - Hemkund
Days: 10
Maximum altitude to be gained about 15200 feet
Best Season: Mid July to mid September

Ladakh – A Journey (Road Trip)
Days : 8 to 12 days
Maximum altitude to be gained is 18385 feet
Best Season mid June to beginning of September 

Spiti – A pip into the old world 
Days : 7 to 10 days
Maximum altitude to be gained is 15500 feet
Best season mid-June to mid-September

High Altitude Treks/climbs upto 20,000 feet
On request we can also organize high altitude treks/climbs in the western Himalaya. Some of them are Pin Parbati Pass, Kanamo, Bhabha Pass and Bara Bangal. Minimum group size required is 6.          

The camps are coordinated by a highly experienced mountaineer on our staff, and popular treks in the Himalayas can be organised on request.

Facilities and Safety: At the base camp, the accommodation will be in a hotel/dormitory while at other places it will be in tents on sharing basis. Well–pitched spacious tents will be provided to participants. Good and nutritious vegetarian food is available in all our camps. There will be a first aid kit available at the campsite. 

Things to Carry: Travel light yet adequately equipped. We suggest you carry sun cap, scarf, woollen cap, rubber sole trekking shoes, Floaters/sleepers, thick trousers/jeans, towel, napkin, woollen wear, dark glasses, rainwear, socks, hand gloves, mug, water bottle, spoon, bowl, note book, ball pen, torch with extra batteries, personal medicines, toilet kit and rucksack/haversack.

Camp Season:
April to June for the lesser Himalayas
July to September for trans-Himalayas