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Story by Vinayak Verma

 Rated : 5.0

It was an amazing trek. Thanks to the prompt decision making of our guides.. special thanks to Rahul, Nanak, Nishant and Dev.. the guider were superb.. the food provided was even better. You guys did a fantastic job and I hope I get a chance to trek with you guys again..

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Story by Vasudhara Saraswat

 Rated : 5.0

Trip wouldn't be awesome if we didn't get nice guides like Rakesh n Rahul they are very helpful, friendly and handled everything patiently. Food was excellent especially when you are in a survival condition. Thankful to chef Karan one more little guy for serving tasty food. Kudos.

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Story by Neeraj Kumar

 Rated : 5.0

We were 6 friends who had gone for Hampta pass trek with Adventurescape on the June batch. I must say great trek by Rakesh and team. The staff were really nice and polite. Food was simple and tasty. Overall great trek ! Keep it Up!

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Story by Kuber

 Rated : 5.0

This trek is for anyone wanting to escape the dusty, smoke filled monotony of urban life. After one day of trekking you will be breathing the fresh air of the Himalayas under the clear starry night. If you are lucky you will have forgotten the day of the week. On the very first day of the trek the unbounded beauty of the Himalayas hit us and over the next 4 days it only got better. As you progress through the trek the temperature, pressure and oxygen levels change and you can feel it because of the changing vegetation and wildlife. On the first day I could really feel the weight of my rucksack, but by the third day I was running and jumping around, hardly feeling the weight. The trek requires a good will power and rewards you for your effort. The guides are friendly and great to talk to over tea. Trekking up the Hampta pass and then descending down is a daunting experience and is full of thrill. The sheer scale of the Himalayas is humbling and made me realize how tiny and frail we are. Even after coming back to the city I miss the sound of silence in the valley with the streams trickling down beside my tent, the passage of the wind through the valley and the sound of rain drizzling down on the tent. It was a relaxing, humbling and invigorating experience for me and I recommend this for anyone who is tired of skating on the thin ice of modern Life. Nature understands everything and it's teachings are infinite.

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Story by Avani Mishra

 Rated : 5.0

What an amazing experience we had while trekking on the chain of mountains from manali to chandratal lake.. Although it is a long and tiring trek since you need to keep going forward in anyway, but the splendid beauty will not let you feel the tiredness. our management was great so we enjoyed a lot in our journey. Taking about aome points then the chika is a nice place for sight seeing because you will get to see the sacred vashist temple there. Then from there Bula ka ghera is your next campsite but the journey from bula ka ghera to chatru is the best one. The trekking becomes easier and lot of sighting locations appear. The kullu and hampta valley will also comw in your way to chandratal. The lake is awesome carrying the cold water. Camping will be fun too, and a camera is must to capture the beauty of nature. One of the best trekking expedition in the himalayas!!!!

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Story by Jaimini Bhat

 Rated : 5.0

Waoo Awesome trekking guys....Had a blast!!! The himachal pradesh is just awesome, it offers the most fascinated trekking in the entire country. Starting from manali and crossing the beautiful valleys we reach the chandratal, lake. it was crystal,clear lake qith azimg views. Got to see the very famous and sacred vasist temple. The chain of himalayan mountains and the meadow flowers followed us during the entire trekking. The best part about the adventure is sightseeing and camping, it feels amazing to, spend over night with friends in small two men tents and the spotting the gorgeous morning. Wao it was incredible to stand at an,altitude of 14000 ft and watch the nearby valleys, distant villages and the snow capped mountains.

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Story by Sanjay Mehrotra

 Rated : 5.0

From the first day of trekking i realized that i am going to have the most amazing moment in my life. Driving to manali to chika, visiting the vashist temple, them spending over night in chika and heading towards Bula ka ghera was exciting journey. The lake looks beautiful almost in all season, and there are plenty of places to discover.

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Story by Bhagavaan Shah

 Rated : 5.0

Guys Chandratal lake trek is a heavenly place with tons of things to offer and just perfect for beginners. So if you are planning a trekking expedition then this himalayn point is the best choice. The ideal time to go is during mid summers and starting winters, the weather works in your favour then. The attraction of the entire trip would be sightseeing in manali, chika, bula ka ghera, sigoru, chatru vashist temple, and vaious valleys that you will cross. camping on the other part becomes an intersting groip fun later and so is the trekking. The trails fet easier as you reach the destination. The spleendid beauty will win your heart. The lake is not so large and the nearby locations are also great for camping. Forget the rest and enjoy your trip.

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Story by Abhaidev Gowda

 Rated : 5.0

we had a great trip from manali to chandratal, one of the best one in my life. Not only the beauty of nature but the adventure welcomed us . It is good to go for the trek in a group, so we were in group. Thanks to our organizers who managed the trip very well. Trekking is easy and suits for all aged group people, though some points can turn out to be a though otherwise it okay. We saw the vasisit temple in manali, and crossed with major trekking points including the kullu and lahur valley. it was a 13 day trip with many stoppage points , and last was the chandratal lake. talking about the lake then it is just gorgeous moreover there is a small moon lake also which is quite popular. overnight camping was awesome. overall i toally loved my adventure.

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Story by Pankaj parakh

 Rated : 5.0

If you want to climb the Himalayas with wonders at every step, I would suggest the Hampta Pass Chandratal trek to you. To me and our group, it was the best so far. Not so much difficult, beautiful views of the pass and the Chandratal lake, lovely trekking-mates and such a high experienced facilitating team kept me amazed and excited throughout the trek.

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Story by Tanmay Gangal

 Rated : 5.0

If you are looking towards exploring the beauty if the Himalayas and also enjoy the thrills of trek, but with moderate amount of challenges, I would suggest this Hampta Pass Chandratal Trek for you. I did it last year with 3 of my colleagues and few other members. Everything on the way was so refreshing and awesome.

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Story by Richa Kasthiya

 Rated : 5.0

One of the best experiences that I have had since I came to India. The trek through high altitude passes may have you short of breath but the amazing view can completely take your breath away. The temples are a must see in this place! The jeep ride is fun as the terrians can get rugged.

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Story by Richa Singh

 Rated : 5.0

Saw the Himalayas like never before. This is what nature should look like! So Beautiful and relaxing! The trek is also easy and not too strenuous! The glaciers and mountains make for one pretty picture and the drive up to Chandratal is pleasant. Photographers will love this place!

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Story by Nikhil Chopra

 Rated : 5.0

Loved this place! It is one of the best treks to take in the himachals. Also the serene beauty of this place is great. The trek is not that difficult but the weather makes it. I would suggest it to everyone.

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Story by Tanushree Verma

 Rated : 5.0

Chandratal Lake Trek With Hampta Pass was a brilliant trek that I had taken. It is so much fun than the normal treks. Also, the camping during this trek made it even more fun. I totally loved this trek and this was definitely one of the best treks I had hands down. It was also not very costly. The whole trek expenses included in the package.

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Story by Prateek Singhania

 Rated : 5.0

Last year I had the fortune of going on a holiday adventure to Hampta Pass and this trek was one of the best things to have happened to me. As i walked through gorgeous river valleys and dense jungles I realised new facts about myself. It was a very enriching experience as i got a phenomenal view of the mighty Mt. Deo and I recommend everyone should try it atleast once in their life.

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Story by Gopaal Gandhi

 Rated : 5.0

Hampta pass trek is a beautiful trek path that can be done at any season. A couple of years back, I went to this trek in the month of March, and it was good. However, I read that going in the month of June-October is the best time to go. I did pick this trek and it was awesome. I had a really great trek here. The trek in Manali was even better this season. The rates of this trek are also not that expensive. It was indeed the best trek ever. I am so glad to have opted for it again.

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Story by Giridhar Chawla

 Rated : 5.0

I truly enjoyed the Hampta Pass Trek that was organised by Thrillophilia. The landscape of Manali and Leh is really something. My favourite part was trekking through walnut and oak forests.

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Story by Gandharv Malik

 Rated : 4.0

What an amazing trek that I had. It indeed was a good trek. Firstly, thanks to the team for organizing this. The main factor is that the lake trek was well planned and executed. Kudos! The organizing team had a nice itinerary made and shared with all of us. Also the trek was quite a brilliant one. All the trekkers were enthusiastic. Planning such a trek while living in the other side of the country wouldn’t have been possible. Thanks to the team for organizing this. Taking occasional camps helped us to relax and refresh. The overall cost was quite cheap too. As in except for flights, almost everything was covered, which was definitely a good thing. Also the food served during the trek was good and nice. We did have a great trek overall. I am so recommending this to people interested in long treks. All you need to know is to prepare well by stamina and strength training.

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Story by Satyen Prajapat

 Rated : 4.0

It was so worth it. One of the good places to have a long trek. Make sure you have good cameras as this place is so very gorgeous. We had so much fun while trekking as we had some brilliant co trekkers as a lovely company. Also, going on a well-organized trek is a good thing and I am glad that the team had it all well-organized for the trekkers. It actually makes us happy to have spent the money on such planned treks. Also, we were just two people, it would have been expensive to plan a trek all by ourselves. We definitely would not have found friends or acquaintances to tag along. This was a nice option to people like us.

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Story by Aadidev Banerjee

 Rated : 4.0

As we were a really small gang of 3, trekking with other trekkers had made it more fun. Lake treks always amuse me and the fact that this trek was a long lake trek amused me even more. I have been to just one lake trek before, but reading all the stories of trekkers about their lake trek actually made me take this trek. If you are looking for a nice Lake Trek which is adventurous, challenging, and fun at the same time, then Chandratal Lake Trek With Hampta Pass is the right choice. The rates are also quite cheap for such a long trek. This is one of the advantages of taking a tour pack.

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Story by Mohan Kapoor

 Rated : 4.0

I was looking for a trek that is both fun as well as challenging. My friend who recently took this suggested it to me and I am just spellbound by the trek as such. I am super glad. I always concentrate on the adventure, but this lake trek had got me a whole new perspective on trekking as such. This trek is without any argument the most beautiful trekking zones in India. The beauty of Hampta Pass had got me and I have no words to explain how much fun this whole thing was. I am so mesmerized by the beauty of it.

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Story by Chandraketu Bharadwaj

 Rated : 4.0

Amazing trek experience: This was my first time at Chandratal Lake Trek With Hampta Pass and it was just so brilliant. I never thought that treks could be beautiful too. The overall trek experience was just awesome. I really find no words to explain how best the trek was. Be it the trek, the food served, the camp, the cotrekkers, the trek guides, or the whole scenario of the area, it was all just perfect.

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Story by Shashi Patel

 Rated : 4.0

The trek was all fun and interesting. Also, a long lake trek is something that I definitely wasn’t expecting at this inexpensive rate. The travel to and fro were very comfortable. We had best time with the co-trekkers. As I said earlier, it was quite inexpensive too. The food served during the trek was not that nice

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Story by Rageshwari Abbott

 Rated : 4.0

Well, unlike others who started from manali, we started straight from kullu valley and all,the qay visiting the,hampta pass, lahur valley, chatrau and sigaoru we reached to ohr destination chandratal lake. our group was small so we moved,pretty fastly. The valleys were dominated by massive tree and the mountain trekking trails was somehow easier to embark. As far as the chandratal lake is concerned tgen the lake is gorgeous carrying crystal clear water and many shepards come to have that water. From there you can also spot the baracha la mountain range. The camping in chandratal was exviting, and we also explored the nearby villages of the area. overall it was a very memorable journey for us......

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