Know your location
» North India
» Himachal Pradesh
Altitude: 4,800m.
Duration: 18 Days
Time Period: Mid-July to September

The Baralacha La (4,800m) is a double pass. It marks the divide between the main Himalayas and Lahaul Range, and also between Himalayas and the Baralacha Range, which extends north to the Zanskar. The mountain ranges provide an impressive backdrop, and a night's camping will afford fine views.


Day 1 Arrive Delhi
Day 2 Delhi – Manali ,2,000m- 570-km, 16- hours.
Day 3 Manali
Day 4 Manali to Marsu via Seten,2,500m- 5-hours.
Day 5 Sethan to Balu Gyra,3,300m- 5-hours.
Day 6 B/Gyra to Shea Gharu,3,700m, over H/Pass, 4,200m- 6-hours.
Day 7 Shea Gharu to Chhatru,3,360m.
Day 8 Chatru to Chhota Dara,3,440m- 5-hours.
Day 9 Chhota Dara to Batal 3,640m- 5-hours.
Day 10 Batal to Chandra Tal,4,200m- 6-hours.
Day 11 Chandra Tal
Day 12 Chandra Tal to Topko Yongma, 4,370m- 6-hours.
Day 13 Topko Yongmo to Topko Gongmo,4,450m- 4-hours.
Day 14 Topko Gongmo - Baralachala Base Camp,4,550m.
Day 15 Base camp to Baralachala,4,800m- 4-hours.
Day 16 Base camp Baralachala to Manali ,135-kms.
Day 17 Manali - Delhi
Day 18 Delhi - Onward Destination.

Booking Information/Reservation