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Story by Parth Shah
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

The best view comes after the hardest climb." - This cannot be more true. Few months ago, two of my friends and I were just looking for a small vacation break and wanted to visit the North region of India. As we were a beginner, we were looking for trips with average difficulty. Taking a chance in the unknown, we went ahead to book the Chanderkhani Pass from Thrillophilia. Since this was our first trip into the mountains, we were both, nervous and excited. On reaching there, we did few activities including rappelling and acclimatization walk. The scenic beauty from the base camp was superb as we could see the mountains covered with the snow. The excitement to reach there doubled after that. Day one ended on a good note after we were given a brief orientation about the next three days. We started for the Chanderkhani pass on Day Two. As we were marching towards the Naya Tapru camp, we saw a lot of natural scenery including green hills, snowy mountains and small waterfalls. On reaching there, we had our dinner and a born fire to end the day. Day three marked our marching towards the Chaklani Camp which was our last stop. From chaklani we marched towards the Chanderkhani Pass which was an uphill on snow. After an hour of ascend in the snow, we finally reached the peak of Chanderkhani. The view from this point was incomparable and totally worth watching. For descending, we did snow slides with the help of the guides which was a different fun all together. Taking the memories of the this few moments, we went back to the Chaklani camp. On Day four, we started to descend back to the base camp which was a journey of 4 hours. To sum it up, it was an amazing experience for us and I recommend this trek if you are a beginner. Ending the post with this,"Travel is the only thing you buy, that makes you richer

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Story by Lavanya Marar
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

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After I recovered from my clavicle dislocation, I wanted to feel the mountains and this trek was all I needed, on the entire trek my bag was managed by a porter so my trek was stress-free. Thank you Thrillophilia for making it easy and accommodating so nicely..

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Story by Jaimini Somayaji
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

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The food was good but was little spicy for me so I could not gulp enough to fill my stomach, seeing this my fellow trekkers asked about the problem and then almost everyone got something to eat out of their bags. Such sweet gestures. Loved this trek.

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Story by Kamala Deshpande
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

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I booked this trek online from this website and it was quite a smooth process. Nice meals provided and great facilities overall.

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Story by Meena Butt
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

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No matter how good or bad the arrangements were, once you get a mattress or a bed you fall asleep in seconds because of the tiredness and exhaustion. I loved waking up early in the morning and walking in the quiet environment.

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Story by Yogendra Butt
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

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A friend did this trek recently and he wouldn’t stop boasting about the beauty of the place. I took this trip a couple of days ago and there is no denial of this untouched land of Himachal in the Kullu valley. Great on-ground experienced guides tied up by the team

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Story by Bhaves Abbott
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

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By the time we reached the last leg of our trek which was the descend, all of us made such good friends that the entire route was disturbed by our silly jokes on each other. Our guide Sachin was somewhat our age and he talked about his life where he covers the same route in the Himalayan mountains most of the times but he never gets bored of the mountains. Chandrakhani pass trek is one such experience that I will never forget. We came across the many incomparable landscapes and I have got such good pictures in my DSLR

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Story by Bhadra Bhat
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

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I had the best dinner at Nauya Tapru on the second day of our trek, after such a tiring journey if your cook makes up for the day with hot food on a chilly night, it is more of a privilege. The trek was undoubtedly tough and exhausting but having done it with Thrillophilia, there were porters, a cook and a guide who accompanied us and we hardly struggled with the weight and there is no comparison to the food you get at these camps, freshly cooked mountain veggies and ‘Bhaat.’ Chandrakhani pass trek is one of my favorites in the Himalayas.

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Story by Som Agarwal
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

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Once in a while, such treks are needed which can break your body but boost your faith in yourself. This pass enables a chance to witness the Pir Panjal range, Deo Tibba peak and Parbati range in one line. This three-day trek starts from Rumsu and ends at Rumsu. After difficult trek uphill, it felt as if we attained Nirvana looking at the magical sight of snow-clad mountains. Great experience with team Thrillophilia while booking online. Harish from the team guided very well from beginning till booking! Thanks.

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Story by Deepesh Chaturvedi
Reviewed: Malana Trek, Kasol 2020 | the Village of Taboos

 Rated : 5.0

The Malana Village Trek is one of the popular Trekking spots in Himachal Pradesh. This is near the famous Chandra Khanni Pass. I did a little bit of research before going here. Malana in Himachal Pradesh is a tribal village, and this is considered as one of the oldest democracy in the world. The trek starts at Manali, and the trek ends at the Baralacha Pass on the Manali-Leh road. We took a flight to Manali, took this trek, and after that we went to Leh from the Baralacha Pass. It was a lovely week we had here.5/5

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Story by Deepak Goel
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

Trekking on snow is not at all easy it may seem easy in cheesy Indian romantic movies. But the view that you get here is definitely the same and much more beautiful then what you see in movies and net.

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Story by Rajdeep dev
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

Like I heard from others, the Chanderkhani Pass trek in Himachal Pradesh is one of the best ways to stay cut-off from the rest of the world and enjoy the beauty that nature has to offer us. Yes, every bit of this came true as I started this exhilarating trek. It is an ideal way to relax and refresh your mind. Take it atleast once and you will realise this.

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Story by Kshitij Kasthiya
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

It’s like so addicting…that you just can’t step down from those hills. Brilliant experience, Beautiful views all around and also an easy trek. It is highly suitable for the beginner trekkers. Beautiful…each and every phase of the trek was like a heaven on earth.

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Story by Gaurav Jain
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

Finally one thing on my bucket list if ticked, I made it. The place has so much to offer in the form of peace, beauty and location that you can’t get over this place no matter how many times you go. I myself have gone here 5 times and i truly find it amazing the each time.

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Story by Ayush Dwivedi
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 5.0

Awesome place, and what a weather, you will fall in love with everything there. The beauty of the Himalayas, the camping, the trekking and obviously the weather conditions. It’s the best escape you could get from same old city life. I recommend it to each and every one of you.

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Story by Ramesh Acharya
Reviewed: Malana Trek, Kasol 2020 | the Village of Taboos

 Rated : 5.0

Loved the trek..though trek was a little diffiuclt,,but the scenic beauty and the peace it provides is worth the penny spent and pain taken for the trek.Its a must visit place at least once i n a lifetime!!

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 Rated : 5.0

Hi guys, I am from manali, live in bangalore. I am proffesional Sales guy who deal with fortune 500 companies and sell them events. parvati valley- guys just visit once, then parvati valley will call you again n again. note: never ever share negative vibes- vth people, natuire and animals. karma - himalayas run on.. give respect, be good to yourself, eat smoke cream, decide what you want in life...m goin to orrow valley..ryte now i am in offfice itrs raining outside, tmorow m gonna on the high way to valley..m gonna leave the office everything, need some tyme for myself...never ever give up in life..i believe in good deeds. Cream ol u get in himalayas. the pure malana cream, tosh balls,manali finger, chapati,charas sticks many more diffrent types of cannabois sative.. do not carry much money vth yuh...do not stay in hotels, keep calm and stay in tents wherever u wanna be, just travel, explore, click n keep clean. u know what u do not need any reviews to go up there. ol u need is love towards yourself, n if u r really thinling to do smthing in your life or u have done something just go n spend some days over there. its not about parties or about the stfff, kts ol about nature. Get Connect to nature feel the parvati gestures and take care of it... do not hesitate to talk to anyone. Respect the culture of malana- they have there own rituals, as bieng himachali i know how much it matters to them, do not disturb any creature,just be the good soul, do goood deeeds, fukc u cant even imagine how crazy awsome blessed u gonne feeel once yuh up there.. best way to go parvati valley- delhi to manikaran volvo bus...travel in night from delhi u gonna reach early morning 6-7 at kasol. get down , smoke some joints think wt uh wanna do, wanna go malana coool! Its really good if yu have guide vth youh. coz there are lotts of things u need to care about. may be there vl be no wifi bt u will find better conmnection. Love peace trust believe power...boooom

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Story by Anusuya Gowda
Reviewed: Malana Trek, Kasol 2020 | the Village of Taboos

 Rated : 5.0

Malana had always been on my 'Wish-list', finally got a chance to visit this hippie land. Amazing village- more than localids you see Firangis here. Loved the entire trek. The place is so beautiful and calm, not one I felt the need of coming back.

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Story by Inder Gandhi
Reviewed: Malana Trek, Kasol 2020 | the Village of Taboos

 Rated : 5.0

Kasol and Malana were two places that I had always dreamt of visiting and damn this place is beautiful. Malana is a typical village that has more number of foreigners than Indians. Loved the entire village trek. View is great, people are awesome. Loved the entire trek.

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 Rated : 5.0

Had an awesome trek here. Very well conducted and professionalism at its best. NOT one thing went wrong and that is really saying something!

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Story by Upendra Chattopadhyay
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 4.0

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The tents were basic, you should take a fleece blanket with you because the temperature can be freezing at night, insects and mosquitoes were some problems. Suggest a repellent.

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Story by Akshat Asan
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 4.0

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The view from the top of Chandrakhani pass is breathtaking. I loved doing this trek no matter how strenuous it may be, it was totally worth the pain!!!

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Story by Hiranmaya Sharma
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 4.0

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The nights were chilly and I guess carrying my own sleeping bag to this trek was quite a relief because I sure heard people cribbing about the night and how they couldn’t sleep properly because of the freezing temperature and high altitude sickness and restlessness. Overall, the people who lead the team were polite and helpful, so I enjoyed my time on this trek.

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Story by Vasudev Sethi
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 4.0

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When we were descending, I somehow slipped and my left ankle got severely twisted and it was such a painful journey after that. I am really grateful to our local guides and my fellow trekkers who helped and supported me which is why I managed to complete the trek. Received great support from the team at Thrillophilia for encouragement midway trek. My entire experience of Chandrakhani pass trek was beautiful and after the injury, you come to see how good people can be and I was glad I was accompanied by such a supportive team.

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Story by Mahendra Gandhi
Reviewed: Chandrakhani Pass Trek, Himachal Pradesh

 Rated : 4.0

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I was a first-time trekker and had literally no experience in trekking or hiking and for that reason, I am little disappointed from the management for not showing light on the difficult grades and levels which one has to trek to reach the top. If you are a first-time trekker, be well-prepared because it is not an easy one. Overall it was a beautiful trail and the landscape changed as we moved from Kullu valley to Parvati valley, full of green vegetation, forests and tricky tracks. Chandrakhani pass is situated at an elevation of 3660 meters and is a remote hideaway in Himachal which almost cuts your connection with the rest of the world. When I completed the trek, I felt like I have achieved something! The guides and caretakers were good people who helped a lot to understand local environment.

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