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This trek will take you through stunning Trans-Himalayan landscapes, crossing over great Himalayan passes, quaint villages and hamlets and will lead to off the beaten track destinations. We will be seeing Ancient Himalayan and Tibetan architecture, monasteries and temples, wildlife and nature and we will experience local Hindu and Buddhist culture and food. There will be plenty of opportunities to spot wildlife and take pictures.
Our route: • Delhi • Mandi • Manali • Bara Bhangal • Dharamshala
The Bara Bhangal range of Kangra is part of a Central (or Lesser) Himalayan main range called Dhauladhar. The Bara Bhangal range consists of a host of virgin unnamed peaks, healthy and active glaciers , glacial meadows, lakes and sparkling river-rivulets. The meltwaters of the Kalihani and Minkiani glaciers flow north-west and south-west respectively, and meet each other below Bara Bhangal village (2700 m) to procreate river Ravi. Ravi, which is also known as Iravati in vedic literatures, flows westwards from Bara Bhangal, passes through Chamba, turns south-west and eventually enters Pakistan.
About 20 km south of Bara Bhangal village, the combined melt waters from Thamsar and other peaks and Thamsar lake flow down further south as Uhl river. Through the lush green Uhl valley of Kangra, Uhl river flows south, crosses Bir-Billing area and ultimately tributes to Beas. The bordering area between Kangra and Kullu, near Kalihani pass, through which the trek initially enters the Bara Bhangal valley, is presently known as Chhota Bhangal region. The highest peak in the region is the pyramid shaped daunting Hanuman Tibba (5932 m) to the north of Ravi.
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