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  •   29 July to 26 Aug 2018 - 29 days - Delhi to Delhi  - Cross 7 mountain passes above 5000 m, reach remote Shade and Dibling village. Stunning landscapes, Zanskar canyons

  • 17 June - 30 June 2018 - A superb trek across Greater Himalaya & Pin valley national park to Spiti

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  • An ideal trekking peak for those seeking first Himalayan 6000. On a clear sky impressive view of Ladakh range, Karakoram range

  • Trek across Great Himalaya Range GHR, Lush green valley of Pangi and dry cold desert of Zanskar. Meeting Bhatori tribes. Magcial valley of Dharlang and High valley of Zanskar South

     

  • 10 June to 5 July 2018 - 26 Days, 17 days trek, 19 night camp - We take one of the least explored trekking route to Zanskar and pass through one of the remotest villages and meet with locals along the route. Lakes, high passes, deep gorges and a

  • 8 July - 20 July 2018 - The Kang Yatse II 6240m or Kang Yatze located at the East end of the Markha valley region of Ladakh just above Nimaling plains. The Kang Yatse peak is most dominant peak in Markha valley. The lower western Peak of Kang Yatse II is easier (Alpine PD - Peu Difficile) and more frequently climbed. The main summit of Kang Yatse I required some technical ability. Dzo Jongo is delight of trekkers as it doesnt required any technical climbing. If you are seeking for first Himalayan 6000m peak and away from the crowd that you may see in Stok Kangri peak. This side of Markha remain calm most of the time.  

  • Miyar valley: Yosemite of India, Stunning mountains, Crossing of 12 kms long Kang La glacier at Greater Himalayan Range, Southern Zanskar and its high villages

  • Ancient nomadic trade route, High 5000m passes. Turquise Lakes of Tsomoriri and Tsokar, Meeting with nomads of Changthang. Cloud people of Spiti, Kullu Manali scenic hill station, Chandra River Valley and its 6000m peaks

  • Simply " The Lake district of Garhwal " Sahastra tal at an altitude of 4560m, is situated in Between Bhagirathi valley in the west and Bhilangana valley in the East.  The word 'Sahastra' meaning 'a thousand' in Sanskrit, It is also the modification of the local Garhwali word 'Sahasyu' which means seven. The topmost and the largest lake on the Bhilangana side is referred to as Darshan tal. The other seven being - Pari tal, Arjuna tal, Bhim tal, Draupadi tal, Gaumukhi tal (or Vishnu tal) and Lam tal. 

    From Kush Kalyan plateau a high ridge continues towards north and several high altitude small and medium lakes are found on both side of the ridge. Sahastra Tal is situated at the head of this ridge. This less frequented trail offers grazing pastures, lush green alpine meadows (Bugyals), High Himalayan ranges and peaks including Banderpunch, Black Peak/Kalanag, Jaonli, Draupadi Ka Danda along with Gangotri range. The walk over far flung alpine meadows of Kush Kalyan and Kyarki Bugyal is a delight to any trekker. The panorama of Western Garhwal range awaits at Kyarki Khal.

    Khatling is a lateral glacier at the source of river Bhilangana with Sahastratal at the west and Masartal at the east. The Valley of Bhilangana offers panoramic view of Jogin group (6466 mts.), Kirti Stambh (6402 mts.) and Meru. The entire trek passes through thick forests and beautiful lush green meadows in the beginning. Later, it crosses two passes above 17,000 ft. and negotiates glaciers moraines and a snow patch. This is strenuous and physically challenging high altitude trek.

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Welcome to POTALA Adventurers HIMALAYA

Welcome to POTALA Adventurers HIMALAYA

Namaste - Julley - Welcome to Potala Adventurers Himalaya. Potala Adventurers is a place where you can have unique info, filled with our regional knowledge on trekking in Ladakh and Zanskar, Lahaul - Spiti and Kinnaur, Kullu and Manali, Garhwal, Miyar & Kishtwar regions of Indian Himalayas. Potala Adventurers is a small trekking company, organizing treks and customized tours in Indian Himalayas since 1997. We offer wide range of trekking and overland trips in Indian Himalaya for short and long holiday seekers. All of our treks are unique in its, own specialty and planned carefully.

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BEST OF KULLU MANALI

  • 20 Dec - 23 Dec 2017 - 4 Days 3 Nights  From Jagatsukh we follow one of the best alpine walks with an untiring gradient to Sarotu thach (Thach – meadow) and Raudi Khodi. Crossing wonderful alpine plateau a breath-taking view of Deo Tibba appears with magical suddenness. Piang Neru at about 12000 feet where lateral morains of the PiangNeru glacier comes to an end. Finally easy descent to Chikka at Hamta nallah and along the rock wall to Chachoga heights to Chadiyari village.

  • 21 Dec - 24 Dec 2017 - 4 Days 3 Nights  Located on Pir Panjal range and the extreme west of Manali, this Saurkundi pass 3950m and Khanpari lies at an altitude of 4025m, is one of the best and perfect spot to view Beas River valley at once. To the West lies Kalihani pass at an altitude of 4830m

  • Malana is connected to Kullu by three mountain passes - it can be reached from Parbati valley crossing over the 3180 metres rashol pass and via Naggar over the 3600 metres beautiful Chanderkhani pass. For the outsiders, there is a long list of do's and don'ts to be followed in the village. The people are friendly but outsiders are told to keep distance and not to touch anything in the village. Malana is divided into two - upper malana (dhara beda) and lower malana (sor beda). Kanashi, the language of Malana, does not resemble any of the dialects spoken in its neighbourhood but seems to be a mixture of Sanskrit and several Tibetan dialects. Two important festivals are celebrated in Malana. One called Badoh Mela is celebrated in august and the other called Fagdi mela in february

  • A stunning peak standing at 5289m elevation located just above Beas Kund and on the Pir Panjal range. This peak is perfect for first Himalayan summit and its trekkers delight.

     

     

     

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  • The ancient Indians called the Beas River as Vipas or Arjiki while the ancient Greeks called it as Hyphasis. The current name Beas is regarded as formed from Vyas who is the author of Mahabharata,

  • A comfortable trek, the route is full of panoramic views along thick forest and alpine plateau to the Piang Neru base of Deo Tibba 6001m (West Face). 

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  • East of Rohtang pass & 6 kms above Gulaba slopes there is tiny lake known to locals as Bhrigu Lake. Situated at a height of 4160m. With panoramic view of Pir Panjal, Dhauladhar, Great Himalayan range and numbers of peak rising above 6000m, the closest peak nearby are Deo Tibba, Indrasan, Maker Beh and Shiker Beh. Yet this lake has a great religious significant to locals especially of Vashisht and nearby villages.

  • Hamta  Pass trek is most beautiful trek around Manali and can be done by anyone reasonably fit. Hamta pass lies on beautiful Pir Panjal range and is small corridor between Lahaul and Kullu valley of Himachal Pradesh. Hamta village is located below Sethan village and from where it got its name. This pass is frequently used by Sheperds of lesser Himalayan region. Seeking for high altitude grassland in the dry cold desert of Lahaul during summer time. Numbers of wild flowers, varieties of herbs can be found at the altitude between 3000 to  3800m.

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