Parvati Valley - 4 Days

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Parvati Valley Trek is a perfect journey to calm an agitated soul. Parvati Valley circuit starts from Malana (2652 m), crossing the Malana river and ascend Rashol Pass (3200m) to Reach Rashol, Challal, Kasol & Manikaran. Come to the valley, chill, relax by the river, and immerse yourself in the spirituality of the region. These tiny Himachal villages will make you feel relaxed and make you fall hopelessly and irretrievably in love with Himachal! Listen to the sound of silence and connect with yourself.

Day 1
Chandigarh to Jari

It’ll be a 9 hours drive from Chandigarh to Jari, Parvati Valley. Dinner and Stay will be in a guest house with a wonderful view of mountains.

Day 2
Jari to Malana Village

After breakfast, we’ll drive towards Malana Dam area and start a trek towards Malana Village. After exploring the village, we’ll head towards continue towards Rashol Pass.

Day 3
Rasol to Challal

After breakfast, you are free to roam around the village. After that we’ll trek down to Challal. Dinner and night stay in cosy rooms.

Day 4
Challal to Chandigarh

After breakfast, small 2 km hike to Kasol through the banks of Parvati river. Visit Manikaran and final departure from Kasol to Chandigarh.


  • Stay, all meals during the trek (3 Dinner+3 Breakfast+2 Lunch) and evening tea.
  • Experienced trek leaders and cook, Transport from Chandigarh and back, Medical Kit, Oxygen Cylinder, and GST.

FAQ for Parvati Valley

Where is Parvati Valley?

Parvati Valley is in the Kullu district of Himachal Pradesh, India

What kind of accommodation will be provide?

Accommodation will be provided in guest houses and home stays.

Is food included in the cost?

Yes! You’ll be provide 3 breakfast, 3 lunch and 3 dinner and evening tea.

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Parvati Valley

Trip Facts

  • 26th-29th October, 2018
  • 6800 INR
  • Chandigarh
  • Chandigarh
  • Easy To Moderate
  • 25 Km
  • 10

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