Trekking Peaks In Himalayas

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The Himalaya chain is spread southeast to northwest across the Asian continent. What is called the ‘Indian Himalayas’ is that part of the Himalayan chain which lies within Indian Territory. In the east, the Indian Himalaya originates from a knot between Myanmar. China and India. The chain continues to the border of Bhutan. Beyond that lies Sikkim, home to many peaks including the world’s third highest, Kangchenjunga. The Himalayan range to the west of Sikkim forms part of Nepal until you reach the border of Kumaun and Garhwal. From here the Indian Himalayan chain continues without a break through Kinnaur, Spiti, Ladakh and lastly East Karakoram.

Indian Himalayas offer trekking peaks which are open for climbing. To climb these Himalayan Peaks you don’t need to have thousands of dollars or nor need to be an experienced climber. These peaks are located in Indian Himalayas and are not required to be booked with Indian Mountaineering Foundation or to pay royalty. Although some peaks are located in inner line, means close to border thus due to security reason, permissions and permits may be required from local civil or army authorities. Indiantrekking have a pleasure to introduce those peaks with professional support and reasonable prices. So we welcome you to join with our expertise climbing guides and high altitude porters to share the thrill and pleasure of climbing in the Himalayas. We look forward to see you on the Summit!

 

 

Friendship Peak (Himachal Pradesh)
Height :
5289m ( 77 12′ , 32 24′ )
Duration :
12 – 15 Days Ex.-Delhi
Itinerary :
Dhundi (RH)- Beas Kund (BC)- BAC-C-I and summit attempt

Mount Stok Kangri (Ladakh Himalayas)
Height :
6153m ( 77 28′ , 33 59′ )
Duration :
15 – 20 Days Ex.-Delhi
Itinerary :
Leh-Stock Vill(RH)- IC-II-BC, C-I, C-II and Summit attempt.

Mount Ladakhi (Himachal Pradesh)
Height :
5345m ( 77 03′ , 32 22′ )
Duration :
12 – 15 Days Ex.-Delhi
Itinerary :
Dhundi (RH)- Beas Kund (BC)- BAC -C-1 and summit attempt

Hanuman Tibba (Himachal Pradesh)
Height :
5932m ( 77 02′ , 32 21′)
Duration :
15 – 18 Days Ex.-Delhi
Itinerary :
Manali- Solang Nalla- Beaskund- 3540 mts., Beaskund – Tentu Pass/ C1- 4996 mts., Tentu Pass/ C1-C2 – 5200 mts., C2- Peak- 5892 mts- C2, C2- C1- Beaskund- solang Nalla- Manali

Mount Shitidhar (Himachal Pradesh)
Height :
5250m
Duration :
12 – 15 Days Ex.-Delhi
Itinerary :
Dhundi (RH)- Beas Kund (BC) – BAC – C-1 and summit attempt

Seven Sisters (Himachal Pradesh)
Height :
4500m
Duration :
10 – 12 Days Ex.-Delhi
Itinerary :
Dhundi (RH)- Beas Kund (BC) – C-1 and summit.

Mount Deo Tibba (Himachal Pradesh)
Height :
6001m ( 77 23′ , 32 11′)
Duration :
18 – 22 Days Ex.-Delhi
Itinerary :
Manali- Jagatsukh- Khanol- 2480 mts., Khanol – Chikka- 3160 mts. , Chikka – Seri- 3620 mts., Seri- Tenta- 4070 mts., Tenta- C1- 4500 mts., C1- C2- 5200 mts., C2- Peak- 6001 mts- C1, C1- BC- Chikka- Jagatsukh- Manali

Mount Baljuri
Height :
5922m (79 57′ , 30 15′)
Duration :
20 – 22 Days Ex.-Delhi
Itinerary :
Song (RH) – Loharkhat- Dhakuri-Khati (Vill)- Zero Point – BC-CI,C-II, C-III and summit attempt.

Mount Bhanoti
Height :
5645m ( 79 50′ , 30 12′)
Duration :
20 – 22 Days Ex.-Delhi
Itinerary :
Song (RH) – Loharkhat- Dhakuri-Khati (Vill)- Jatoli-Kathalia- BC-CI,C-II, C-III and summit attempt.

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