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Patalsu Peak Trek in Manali

4D/3N
1
Day in
Solang Valley
2
Days in
Burwa
1
Day in
Manali
Stay Included
Breakfast Included
Sightseeing Included
Choose Trip Duration
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Starting From
3,999
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Starting From
6,800
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Starting From
11,625
friendship-peak-trek7 days
Starting From
34,500
Destination Routes
Delhi
Manali
Delhi
Manali
Bhuntar
Solang Valley
Burwa
Manali
Delhi
Manali
Delhi
Stay Category
Standard

Trip Highlights

  • Embark on an exciting journey to Patalsu Peak and enjoy stunning views of Hanuman Tibba, Beas Kund, Shitidhar, Friendship Peak, Rohtang Pass, and Deo Tibba.

  • Experience the thrill of trekking through diverse landscapes, from lush forests to wide open meadows.

  • Explore charming traditional Himachali villages like Solang and immerse yourself in their local culture.

  • Spend a peaceful night camping under the starry sky, surrounded by the beauty of the mountains.

INR 6,800
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INR 8,000
4.6(8K)
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What’s inside the package?
Inclusions
1 night stay in Solang Valley
1 night stay in Burwa
1 night stay in Burwa
Trek to Shagadugh from Solang valley
Visit Patalsu Peak | Descend back to Shagadugh
Trek to Solang Valley
Transfers
Meals
Permits
First aid medical kits, stretcher and oxygen cylinder
Mountaineering qualified & professional trek Leader, guide, cook and Support staff
Exclusions
Expenses of a personal nature.
Meals not mentioned in the itinerary or inclusions
Any personal expenses

Know Before You Go

  • Climatic conditions in the high altitudes vary from the plains; take adequate time to get acclimatized to high altitudes.
  • The management reserves all the right to modify the trek during any emergencies or natural calamities.
  • Consult a physician before undertaking the trek. Carry basic medications and a first-aid kit during the trek.
  • It is recommended to carry enough warm clothes and the right kind of shoes for the trek.
  • Pay heed to the trek guides and instructors in order to enjoy a safe and sound trek.
  • The trek takes place through an eco-friendly zone; do not encourage littering the local sites or campsites. Travelers littering may be fined.
  • Do not encourage trekking during the night unless it is a part of the itinerary and a guide is with you; this might lead to unforeseen mishaps.
  • Avoid using earphones during the trek; this might hinder your audibility.
  • Avoid using plastic bags and maintain the ecological balance of the destinations.
  • In case, the trek needs to be canceled, the authorities should be informed beforehand.
  • Guidelines issued by the State-Government are to be followed. Social distancing to be maintained. Frequent hand sanitization and the use of masks are recommended.
  • Professional guide(s) are available to ensure high safety and more information and personal attention which are necessary to appreciate a trek.
  • Neat and clean vehicle for the journey with experienced drivers especially for hilly terrains available.
  • Camping is very basic in nature. One must not expect luxuries. Electricity may be available only at a few locations.
  • Mobile & laptop charging points may/may not be available on campsites at a common point.
  • Any personal expenses, items of personal nature, meals not mentioned, etc. will not be in part of the package.
  • Carry dry snacks/food from home (you will save a lot of money). Carry water bottles with you, so that you can refill.
  • Keep your luggage minimum; the more you carry, the more you hassle.
  • Children below the age of 7 years are not recommended for this trek.
  • Please provide a valid ID at the time of check-in during the Patalsu peak trek.
  • The exact location will be shared with you post-booking of the Patalsu peak trek

Additional Information

About the Patalsu Peak Trek:

Nestled at the head of the beautiful Kullu valley in Himachal Pradesh, Patalsu Peak climbs up to staggering heights of 13,845 ft. to offer unmatched panoramic views of Hanuman Tibba, Deo Tibba, Friendship peak, Dhauladhar Ranges and more. The trek is decorated with scenic beauty and enchanting appeal of Manali, Solang village and Shagadugh. Though the trek is comparatively difficult, yet it becomes fascinating as the trails coil through quaint little hamlets, alpine meadows and beautiful dense forests of oak and pine. 

Do not miss the unforgettable chance to experience an enchanting view of the avian species like Khaleej and morals during the trek. 

About the Patalsu Peak Trek:

  • Starting from Manali, the trek takes you through the magical trance of Solang village and Shagadugh. 
  • The trek pushes you through some steep inclines, narrow ridges and moraines, but the backdrop of Himalayan grandeur, with giants like Friendship peak, Dhauladhar ranges, Shitidhar etc. looming up right before you makes the trek exciting.
  • On your trek journey, spot the rare Himalayan flora and fauna.
  • Share your travel experience with your group, when you relax at the Himalayan campsite. You can also interact with the locals of Himachal Pradesh to learn about their rich culture during the trek.
  • The entire trek distance of 16 KM will last for 4 days, during which you will traverse to an altitude of 13,845 ft.
  • Hearty breakfast, wholesome lunch and delectable dinner are all included in the package. Ensure that you stay covered with thermals and enough jackets to withstand the temperature that is between 16°C to 20°C during the day and 3°C to -4°C at night.
  • All equipment, meal areas, accommodation, etc. are sanitized before and after every use to ensure the utmost safety and hygiene of the trekkers.

Quick facts:

  • Trekking distance: 16 KM
  • Temperature: Day: 16°C to 20°C and Night: 3°C to -4°C
  • Maximum altitude: 13,845 ft.
  • Difficulty level: Easy to moderate 
  • ATM: Manali is the last point where you will get an ATM
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Manali Tour faqs

What are the starting & end points of the Patalsu Peak trek?

The Patalsu trek follows a circular trail that starts and ends at Solang valley in Manali.

What are the starting and end points of the Patalsu Peak Trek?

The Patalsu trek follows a circular trail that starts and ends at Solang valley in Manali.

What is the cost for Patalsu Peak Trek?

The cost of Patalsu trek is quite an affordable one as you can book it for almost INR 6,800 per person. The price is variable depending upon the inclusions like the nutritious vegetarian food, trained guide, trekking & camping experience, and several others. Apart from this, you can add up amenities that you wish for and book a complete package for yourself.

How is the temperature during the Patalsu Peak Trek?

Daytime temperatures range from 7 to 12 degrees, and nights are very cold, with temperatures dropping as low as -2 to 5 degrees. At higher altitudes, nights will be colder.

What is the cost for Patalsu Peak Trek?

The cost of Patalsu trek is quite an affordable one as you can book it for almost INR 6,800 per person. The price is variable depending upon the inclusions like the nutritious vegetarian food, trained guide, trekking and camping experience, and several others. Apart from this, you can add up amenities that you wish for and book a complete package for yourself.

What is the best time for Patalsu Peak Trek?

Summer months of May - June and post-monsoon months of September up to Mid October are ideal for the trek, as the snow level is not too high, and trails are comparatively clearer. Avoid trekking during monsoons, as landslides are very frequent, and the terrain is slippery.

How is Patalsu Peak trek in September?

Speaking of the September month, this is the best time to visit Patalsu peak as the monsoon ends and the region starts receiving snowfall. The alpine trails are all revived along with the beautiful views of nature. The temperature ranges between 15-degree celsius to 0-degree Celsius and is accompanied by enough sunshine.

What is the height of Patalsu Peak in meters?

The height of the Patalsu peak is about 4,220 m above the ground and is one of the most scenic points of the Himalayan range. To cover the distance you need 3 active days that will be worth the efforts when you reach the top point.

What kind of clothes and equipments should I carry during Patalsu Peak trek?

Carry at least 3 warm layers including a down feather jacket, a fleece jacket, and clean thermals. Besides that, remember to carry 4 pairs of cotton socks, 2 pairs of woolen socks, 2 T-shirts, and 2 pairs of trekking pants. For equipment, carry a torch, headlamp, and a trekking pole. Other necessary equipment like gaiters and crampons will be provided.

What is the difficulty level of Patalsu Peak trek?

The Patalsu Peak trek falls into the ‘moderate to difficult’ category of Himalayan treks. It takes you through steep ascents, narrow ridges, and moraines, which make your trek more challenging. It demands rigorous level of fitness from trekkers in order to adapt better to the physical exertion and lower oxygen levels during the trek.

Will there be mobile connectivity during the Patalsu Peak Trek?

The base village of Manali has plenty of cell reception since it is a famous travel destination. Although, the network will fade away a few hours into the trek.

How do I get to Patalsu's peak?

Reaching to the Patalsu peak is an easy one, the trek begins from Solang valley of Manali. From this point, you have to head to Solang Village that will be your first destination. After this, the other day you’ll trek to Shagadugh where you can gape at the wide array of Himalayan birds. Then on the third day will be you hike to the peak for about 5-6 hours which is your final destination.

Is Diamox is advisable during the Patalsu Peak Trek?

Yes, Diamox can be carried along for the trek but can be easily avoided if one takes efforts enough to acclimatize well and regulate water intake. Before starting a course of Diamox, Please consult your trek leader.

Is the Patalsu Peak Trek safe for solo female travelers?

Yes, the Patalsu trek is one of the safest treks for solo travelers even if it's a female. Due to the safety if offers along with the picturesque vistas, this trek is gaining importance among the trekkers. On the route, there are checkout points where basic medications are available and in case of severe medical emergencies, one can request a guide for the nearest healthcare center.

Where does Patalsu trek start?

The trek begins from the renowned Solang valley situated in the lap of Himachal’s most popular hill station, Manali. The Patalsu Peak trek covers the beautiful villages of Shang, Solang, and Burva.

The trek offers the opportunity to gaze upon enchanting snow-capped mountains, pine and oak forests, vast green meadows full of blooming flowers along with small streams.

How is Patalsu Peak Trek in September?

Speaking of September month, this is the best time to visit Patalsu peak as the monsoon ends and the region starts receiving snowfall. The alpine trails are all revived along with the beautiful views of nature. The temperature ranges between 15-degree celsius to 0-degree Celsius and is accompanied by enough sunshine.

Is Patalsu Peak a good trek for a first timer?

Since it gains altitudes of above 14,000 ft., trekkers need to be extremely fit. Trekkers are advised to have one experience of Himalayan trekking before attempting this trek.

What will be the weather conditions in Patalsu Peak Treks?

April to June and post-monsoon months of September and October are the best time to opt for Patalsu peak trekking as the weather conditions are the most optimal during these months.

Winter season should be avoided, due to the harsh winters and excess snow. Monsoons are dangerous because of the rainfall, which causes frequent landslides. Temperatures during the day range from 7 to 12 degrees, but nights are much colder.

What is the difficulty level of Patalsu Peak Trek?

The Patalsu Peak trek falls into the ‘moderate to difficult’ category of Himalayan treks. It takes you through steep ascents, narrow ridges, and moraines, which make your trek more challenging. It demands a rigorous level of fitness from trekkers in order to adapt better to the physical exertion and lower oxygen levels during the trek.

Is liquor allowed during the Patalsu Peak Trek?

No, consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited on treks. It leads to rapid dehydration and can lead instantly to Acute Mountain Sickness. Trekkers indulging in smoking or consumption of alcohol will be asked to leave immediately.

Where does Patalsu Trek start?

The trek begins from the renowned Solang valley situated in the lap of Himachal’s most popular hill station, Manali. The Patalsu Peak trek covers the beautiful villages of Shang, Solang, and Burva. The trek offers the opportunity to gaze upon enchanting snow-capped mountains, pine and oak forests, vast green meadows full of blooming flowers along small streams.

How long is the Patalsu Peak Trek?

Situated at an altitude of approximately 4220 m above sea level, the Patalsu trek is undoubtedly the most enthralling point in the Himalayan range. The distance of the trek can be covered in 3 active days. Beginning from the Solang Valley, you’ll have to trek to Shagadugh, a remote village where you will get an opportunity to gaze at the diverse variety of birds. On the third day, you’ll be hiking on to the peak for around five to six hours to reach the top of the trek to Patalsu peak.

Is Patalsu Peak Trek dangerous?

No, the trek is not dangerous, and even the beginners can trek to Patalsu Peak with ease. The easy-moderate nature of the Patalsu trek gives a trekker a surreal feeling of reaching the summit. Though this trek is not very difficult, one should still have some level of fitness. You should do basic exercises such as jogging, push-ups, crunches to prepare yourself for the trek. People suffering from health conditions like hypertension, epilepsy, heart issues, or asthma, should not undertake this trek.

What will be the weather conditions in Patalsu Peak Trek?

April to June and the post-monsoon months of September and October are the best time to opt for Patalsu peak trekking as the weather conditions are the most optimal during these months. The Winter season should be avoided, due to the harsh winters and excess snow. Monsoons are dangerous because of the rainfall, which causes frequent landslides. Temperatures during the day range from 7 to 12 degrees, but nights are much colder.

Which are the other best Himachal treks that we can book from Thrillophilia?

Here is the list of best treks in Himachal that you can book from Thrillophilia:

  1. Triund Trek
  2. Kheerganga Trek
  3. Bhrigu Lake Trek
  4. Beas Kund Trek
  5. Indrahar Pass Trek