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The Shali Tibba (2867m) is the highest peak in the vicinity of Shimla. It is a magnificent isolated pinnacle with a Kali temple on the top. The ascent up to Shali is an ancient trail through dense pine forests and rolling alpine pastures. It is a steep and steady climb to the often mist enveloped peak. The peak commands an unforgettable view of endless snow covered ranges along with the Sutlej valley and the densely forested hills of Shimla, Fagu and Narkanda. For the avid photographer and nature lover, this one-day trek offers the experience of a lifetime.

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Dress standards Cultural sensitivity is the hallmark of considerate travelers. Dress standards vary considerably around India - eye-popping halter tops and loincloth-clad saddhus to the Victorian ankle standard, but foreigners are judged differently. For trekking, dressing conservatively with covered shoulders and long pants earns the most respect, while skimpy tops and tight leggings invite unwarranted attention. Longer shorts are fine when hot. Skirts are not required for women.
Pre-trek Delhi is almost always scorching hot and humid, so bring light, loose and cool clothes. Manali is hot during the day, so long shorts, 3/4 pants or light pants and a T-shirt are fine, and a jacket for the evenings when it cools down. It often rains in the summertime in Manali, so a rain jacket is useful. Leh is dry and hot during the day, and even cooler in the evenings. We often throw on a down-jacket for dinners in Leh.
While trekkingTrekking in Ladakh requires some planning to be comfortable. You can expect a great variety of weather conditions, far more, say, than trekking in Nepal. In July-August-September you must be prepared for sleet, snow, dust storms AND dry heat with temperatures up to 30°C/80°F. River crossings can be easy but after rain they can be up to waist deep, and pass crossings can be under awesome blue skies or cloaked in freezing fog reminiscent of Scotland. Do not believe the "It never rains in Ladakh".

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The Shali Tibba (2867m) is the highest peak in the vicinity of Shimla. It is a magnificent isolated pinnacle with a Kali temple on the top. The ascent up to Shali is an ancient trail through dense pine forests and rolling alpine pastures. It is a steep and steady climb to the often mist enveloped peak. The peak commands an unforgettable view of endless snow covered ranges along with the Sutlej valley and the densely forested hills of Shimla, Fagu and Narkanda. For the avid photographer and nature lover, this one-day trek offers the experience of a lifetime.

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Fairy Tale Trek

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Trek Moderate
Maximum Height 4883 Mtrs.Requirement Limited past Experience in Trekking essential
Period July to September
Duration 08 NIGHTS & 09 DAYS

Day 01: Arrival Shimla (2205 Mts.) a British colonial town overnight stay at hotel . 
Day 02: Shimla-Kalpa Start early in the morning from Shimla to Kalpa (2960mts.) and enter inhabitable World of stunning Himalayas. Check in hotel West Nest. Go for a village walk to admire the rich cultural heritage of Kalpa and a stunning panorama of sacred Mt. Kinner Kailash (6050mts.) 
Day 03: Kalpa-Nako-Tabo Start early in the morning from Kalpa to Nako (2950mts.). A small village having a magnificent lake. Enroute towards Tabo (3050mts.) Check in hotel Angels Inn. In morning visit 1008 years old Tabo Monastery. Continue  driving to visit Dhankar Monastery (3890mts), Ki monastery and Kibber (4025mts.) world’s highest motorable village. Drive back to Kaza check in Norling guest house.   
Day 04: Kaza–Chandertal (4270mts) Start early in the morning from Kaza to Chandertal via Losar and Kunzum Pass (4551mts). This lake is set on a large meadow of “Edelweiss" flowers, early morning view of the mountains and the reflection in the still water of the lake is rewarding. One also gets the spectacular view of the majestic MULKILA (6517 mts.) high peak. The day is free to explore the lake and surroundings. Camp overnight. 
Day 05: CHANDERATAL –TOKPO- YONGMA (4400mts.) this day onwards we will be on the banks of river Chandra, this will be the first and longest day of trek and we crampon the banks of Tokpo Yongma. The alpine flowers can be seen in abundance
Day 06: TOKPO-YONGMA-TOKPO-GONGMA (4640 mts.) This day we ford Tokpo Yongma and climb gradually towards Tokpo Gongma. This whole route is surrounded by Lofty Peaks of river T-Gongma 
Day 07: TOKPO-GONGMA-BARALACHALA (4883 mts.) Here we ford Tokpo Gongma or go 3 Kms. Up to reach the snow bridge and continue our trek upstream along river Yunam and continue for about 4 kms. To reach Baralacha La cairns and the hung pasture of the pass. This is a twin pass and just is the beautiful mountain Tran Suraj Tal (the sun lake) camp on the banks of the Tal, end of the trek.
Day 08: BARALACHA-MANALI (2050 mts.) This day we drive back to Manali through the valley of Lahoul along river Bhaga and from Tandi, which is the confluence of Chnadra and Bhaga; we continue our journey on the banks of Chandra. Once again over Rohtang Pass from the rugged mountains to the lush green valley of Kullu also known as “The Valley of Gods".

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