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Parang La Trek

Crossing the high pass of Parang La connecting 2 stunning valleys of Spiti and Ladakh

From Rs. 98000 To Rs. 54000/-
Batch Size:
25-40 <12
HH Premium Trek
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Day 1
Day 2
Day 2
Kunzum La
Day 2
Day 2
Chandratal Lake
Day 3
Day 4
Day 4
Komic, Lanza, Hikkim
Day 4
Key Monastery
Day 5
Day 5
Day 6
Day 6
Rong Nala
Day 7
Day 7
Parang La Top
Day 7
Day 8
D8Kharsha Goma
Day 8
Dak Korzong
Day 9
D9Datang Yongma
Day 9
Racho Lamo
Day 9
Khanpa Poche
Day 10
D10Norbu Sumdo
Day 10
Day 10
Tsomoriri Lake
Day 11
Day 12
Day 13
Day 13
Mahe Bridge
Day 14
Day 15

Parang La Trek - Package & Cost Details

Cost Terms:

  1. The above-mentioned cost is in the range of minimum to maximum per-person cost for this trek as per 2 - 12 people team. Package Inclusions as per this cost can be read on Cost Inclusions.
  2. Going by our standardized service, appropriate safety measures, quality equipment, and ecologically sustainable - small group commitment, a higher team size will lower the cost whereas a lower team size will significantly increase the cost.
  3. To get the group segmented cost for this trek, please email or contact us on Whatsapp.
  4. The actual per-person cost of the trek is subject to the actual team size joining the trek. If you make any customizations that drastically change the cost as mentioned here, then it will mandatorily have to be a private group only.
  5. If we have dates listed on our website and it is not marked as private, it means other people have booked this trek for that date and have opened it up for other members to join to lower the cost.
  6. You may join an existing open group or as well create your own group as per your convenient dates and choose to keep it private or open it up to lower the cost if other members join the same date.
  7. At any point, the team size cannot be more than 12 members unless there is a unique exception requested or agreed upon by all the team members.

Customized Private Group For Parang La Trek

Trekking is a very personal activity and is perhaps one of the very few activities that give you enough time to indulge with yourself or your beloved people, a group of special friends, or close family members. It helps you transform personal bonds to the next level as it brings out everyone's best and truest self. Trekking is most enjoyed when it is done in a small private group, personalized to serve your specific needs. The Himalayas are best experienced when there is silence and solitude around and when you are surrounded only by your best people. Your trek is most enjoyable when all the pain of arranging a smooth trek is taken care of by us, and you focus just on your trek and yourself. Most importantly, a small private trekking group is very flexible, personalized, and more enjoyable, is the safest, and follows the principles of Sustainable and Responsible Tourism. We specialize in and are more popular for arranging Small Customized Private Trekking Groups to the Himalayas. Enquire For Customized Private Trek

INTERNATIONAL GUESTS: Trek cost for foreigners is slightly higher than the cost for our Indian guests, mainly due to the higher permit fee applicable for admission to National Parks or protected forest areas. Sometimes, it may be higher due to higher local crew wages and other specific arrangements we make to ensure a safe, comfortable and enriching travel experience in India. However, we absolutely DO NOT 'hyper-charge' our International guests ever and at the same time, ensure that we meet all the standards for highly qualified trek leaders and guides, safety, medical preparation, evacuation strategy, rescue arrangements, eco-sensitive travel, high-value knowledge sharing about the area and customs of the locals. 

Extra Cost For International Trekkers: Rs. 4000 per person.

Booking Process: Booking can only be done after multiple communitation via email / Whatsapp / Calls. After finalization, booking fees can be paid online or through direct bank transfers. International Trekkers can pay the partial booking fees using PayPal, Transferwise, Western Union or Direct Wire Transfer. The remaining trek fees can be paid upon arrival in India and meeting our trek leader.

Must Read - Important Pre-Booking Information

We do not organize fixed departures for this trip.

However, listed below are the confirmed Private Treks which members have opened up to accept a few members to make it cost effective. Please contact us for more details before booking

If you want to do this trek with us, please fill this form to Request A Customized Private Trip Plan just for your team members. We will get back to you with all the details specific to your personalized requirements


  • Duration: 14 Days / 13 nights of the trek cost from Manali to Leh
  • Accommodation In Manali: 1 night in a good quality hotel or homestay in Manali with emphasis on local organic food and cultural exposure. MAP plan.
  • Accommodation In Kaza: 2 nights in a good quality hotel or homestay in Kaza with emphasis on local organic food and cultural exposure. MAP plan.
  • Accommodation In Kibber: 1 night in a homestay in Kibber with emphasis on local organic food and cultural exposure.
  • Monastery Visit and Sightseeing In Spiti Valley: Roadtrip to some of the oldest monasteries in the Spiti Valley, namely Hikkim, Komic, and Langza monasteries
  • Accommodation In Leh: 1 night in a good quality hotel or homestay in Leh with emphasis on local organic food and cultural exposure. MAP plan.
  • Accommodation On Trek: Spacious, sturdy, and High-Quality Dome Tents will be provided on twin sharing basis.
  • Sleeping In Tents: Thick Waterproof Mattress complemented with Sub Zero Sleeping bags supported with Warm Fleece Sleeping Bag Inners For Extra Hygiene and Warmth will be provided by us
  • Dining On Trek: We will provide Dining and Kitchen Tents with camping stools and tables for extra hygiene and comfort.
  • Toilet On Treks: Dry eco-toilet will be set up with a toilet tent and toilet seat.
  • Meals In Hotel: MAP, i.e. Breakfast and Dinner only. Day 1 - 4 and Day 14.
  • Meals On Trek: All meals starting breakfast in Manali on Day 5 till Breakfast in Leh on Day 14 morning. 3 meals (B,L,D) suited for high altitude with evening snacks, soup, hot drinks, and extra energizers/juice for summit days
  • Trail Safety: Gaiters, Anti Slip Crampons, and Ice Axe depending upon snow conditions.
  • Communication: For efficient management of the trek, the team will be communicating with each other and trek base with the help of long-range wireless sets.
  • Medical Safety: Oxygen cylinder, Pulse Oximeter, Thermal temperature scanner, and  Emergency Medical Kit accompanied with a trek leader knowledgeable on high altitude medicine and physiology
  • Trek Leader and Guide: Experienced and Well Equipped English/ Hindi Speaking Trek Leader maintaining guide to trekker ratio of 1:6. That is 1 guide for every 6 trekkers.
  • Local Support Staff: Expert and Knowledgeable local guide with cooks, helpers, porters, mules, etc
  • Permits: All required forest entry permits and camping fees as per the rules of local administrations
  • Transfers: Manali to Kaza via Chandratal, Kaza to Kibber, Korzok to Leh, for trekkers and crew members
  • Max Team Size: Small group of not more than 12 members. You can make any batch a private batch by paying a little extra over the base trek fees. 



Add-Ons: Make A Comfortable Trek

      • Single Tent Supplement: Rs 25000
      • Personal Baggage Porterage: Rs. 6000, up to 13 Kgs



Add Ons: Personal Equipment On Rent

      • High Ankle Waterproof Trekking Shoes (Quechua): Rs 1000
      • -20 degrees Down Jackets: Rs. 1200
      • Windproof/Waterproof Jackets: Rs. 500
      • Windproof/Waterproof pants: Rs. 500
      • Headlamps: 200
      • Poncho: 200
      • Trek Pole: 200
      • Rucksack: 200
      • Waterproof Gloves: 200


  • Personal Baggage Offload: ( optional at extra cost of Rs. 6000)
  • Personal Travel Insurance
  • Personal Purchases
  • Food Purchased Outside Our Menu
  • Lunch while staying in a hotel in Manali, Kaza, and Leh
  • Bottled water or any other beverages.
  • Entry fees of any kind
  • Personal Gears
  • Anything not mentioned in the inclusion list

When Should You Book?

We typically get booked about 3 - 6 months in advance. It is advisable to book this much in advance as you get early bird discounts and also your travel costs like flights/hotels/trains etc are much cheaper and confirmed if you book well in advance.



Rules Of Cancellation: 

If cancellation is done:

  1. Up to 30 days or more before the trek start date  - Full Refund of the total paid amount
  2. Between 30 days to 20 days before the trek start date - 50% refund of the invoiced amount. 50% of the invoice amount will be charged as a cancellation penalty.
  3. Between 20 days to 0 days before the trek start date - No refund. Free rescheduling or transfer of slots is allowed as specified below.
  4. Transfer Of Slot to a Different Batch/ Trek: No Loss Of Money, valid up to 1 year from the Invoice date. It can be availed up to 20 days before Trek Start Date by sending an email.
  5. Transfer of Slot to Friend/ Family For Same Batch: No Loss Of Money, valid up to 1 year from Invoice date. It can be availed up to 7 days before Trek Start Date by sending an email.
  6. Validity: This rule is only applicable for treks between 4000 to 6000 meters of any grade


Find detailed info on Cancellation & Refund Policy

Frequently Asked Questions

How Is The Covid19 Situation In Parang La Trek?

This trek is open currently. Following. Proper covid19 safety protocols are mandatory for a better and unhassled trek experience.

When Does It Snow On The Parang La Trek?

This region falls in the Trans-Himalayan belt and the average altitude of this trek is above 4200 meters. It receives heavy snowfall starting from the month of October and continues till the end of May. Belonging to the rain-shadow region, the snow is dry and powdery.

Which Is The Best Time To Do The Parang La Trek?

The best time to do this trek is from the mid-month of July till the end of September or max till the First week of October. This is the time when the weather is stable and snow is minimum making it possible for horses and ponies to cross the pass without any problem.

How Cold Is The Parang La Trek?

Temperature varies drastically on this trek. While in the month of July and October the minimum temperature on the high camps can go up to minus 10 degrees Celsius, in the month of August and September it can go up to minus 5 degrees. Daytime temperature can go up to 20 degrees or sometimes even higher owing to the deserted land and high altitude. Wind can bring much difference in the temperature on this trek.

What Varieties Of Flora And Fauna Can Be Seen On The Parang La Trek?

The Parangla trek is an abode for wild life lovers. This region is surrounded by National Parks and Wild Life Sanctuaries all around and is home to many wildlife, namely the elusive Snow Leopard and the Tibetan Wolf. Bordered by Pin Valley National Park and the Tsomoriri Wet Land Reserves, the Parangla trek passes through the Kibber National Park and exits in the Tsomoriri Wet land reserves which on other hand is home to many migratory birds, Tibetan Donkeys, Snow Leopard, Red Fox, Tibetan Wolf and many more.

How Are The Accommodations And Toilet Facility On The Parang La Trek?

It is a full camping trek with no habitation on the route. Toilets will be the cat-styled dry toilets with a pit dug in the ground covered by a toilet tent. We provide camping toilet seats for safety, comfort, and hygiene.

What Are The Fitness Requirement Of The Parang La Trek?

This is a strenuous trek with long walks every day. The altitude is very high and requires proper acclimatization and an extremely fit body possessing high stamina and endurance.

Can Novice Trekkers Do The Parang La Trek?

Extremely fit beginners can do this trek under the guidance of a professional team. Do note that this is not an easy trek and requires good planning and preparation.

How Safe Is The Parang La Trek?

The Parangla trek is a very high altitude trek and goes above 5570 meters. High altitude offers tremendous challenges on the trek. Not just that. The terrain falls under the rain-shadow belt of the Trans Himalayas and is extremely dry. The weather is extreme and adds to the difficulties of this trek. Once we start the trek there is no human settlement en route until we exit the village of Korzok in Ladakh. However, both these villages are very remote and proper medical facilities are far away from both the locations. Before crossing the pass, it is still good to return back to Kaza easily, but after crossing the pass there is no alternative but to finish the long trek to exit to Korzok and drive to Leh. Considering all these factors, this trek is very challenging and requires an extremely proficient support team and fit trekkers to undertake this trek, with proper preparations for emergency handling.

Which Is The Nearest ATMs and Cash Points On The Parang La Trek?

To be safe, cash must be brought from the nearest big cities or town you come from, specially Manali.

Is Mobile Network Available On The Parang La Trek?

Only BSNL works in Kaza town. Beyond it, there will be no network until we finish the trek.

What Are The Unique Religion And Cultural Beliefs Of The Parang La Trek?

Spiti Valley is home to some of the oldest Buddhist monasteries in the World. It is often believed that the true form of Tibetan Buddhism is actually followed in Spiti rather than in the present day Tibet which is undergoing through mass demographic changes and loss of cultural values under Chinese administration.

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Our Minimum Guaranteed Promises And Unique Value Proposition

Commitment Towards Exceeding Expectations, Satisfied Customers and Happy Ecology

  • Objective Oriented - Safety First

    With an unwavering focus on the objectives of the trek, we plan the best for summit success while always prioritizing safety, and have a proven track record of keeping our this promise intact right from inception till date

  • Intimate Journey - Immersive Experience

    Committed to organizing lesser-done, un-crowded, less than 10 members trekking groups, ensuring an intimate and immersive trekking experience. Personalized plan make our treks dynamic, flexible, and successful

  • Professionals On The Job

    Our highly trained leaders are sons of the land and are professionals at their job. They possess extensive Himalayan experience and expertise, prioritizing trail safety and adeptly managing diverse trekking scenarios

  • Expert High Altitude Care

    Our high altitude expertise ensure impeccable medical safety, resulting in zero injuries or fatalities in our expedition history right from inception, reflecting our knowledge & commitment to a set protocols, alertness, and mountain discipline.

  • Superior Sleep Comfort

    We arrange a cozy camping experience with double foam waterproof mattresses, down sleeping bag inners, sub-zero outer sleeping bags, air pillows, and double-layered all-weather tents for superior insulation and comfort during your trek

  • Eco-friendly Hygienic Toilets

    We prioritize eco-friendly, hygienic camp toilets, minimizing environmental impact and prioritizing trekker comfort and well-being. Our human waste management in the Himalayas ensures a leave-no-trace approach strengthening sustainibility

  • Tailored & Flexible Arrangements

    Our team is dedicated to meeting your unique and demanding requirements, offering flexibility, customization, and personalization throughout the journey ensuring creation of lifelong memories and friendly bond

  • Flavours Of The Mountains

    Enjoy a cozy dining experience in our mess tent, furnished with a camping table and stools. Indulge in a variety of local delicacies and comforting meals that are easily digestible, fulfilling, and energizing

  • Only Natural Acclimatization

    We focus on natural acclimatization for success on the mountains and our belief in our bodily capacities has given us tremendous success. Disregarding means of chemical acclimatization and shortcuts, we rather take pride in achieving success in the purest form

  • Safe Water - Safe Trek

    We take enough caution to prioritize your health by serving natural stream water that is filtered, boiled, and treated with water purifiers before it is provided to you. We also suggest our clients take double precautions at their end too, answering our diverse sensitivity to the water

  • Best Guide-to-Trekker Ratio

    We provide the industry's best guide-to-trekker ratio of 1:2 for all semi-technical and technical climbs, ensuring personalized attention and support throughout your journey. This results in exceptional trial support and response to emergencies or crisis situations

  • Emmergency & Rescue Planning

    We take a lot of care for managing emergencies and evacuation on the trek and take all required steps firstly to prevent, and then to respond to it on uneventful situations. Small things like taking extra resources, monitoring daily health, etc are a part of it.

  • Leave No Trace Policy

    We implement a comprehensive waste management process from procurement to disposal. Our commitment extends beyond social media posts, ensuring proper waste disposal without leaving a trace. It starts from what we buy, to what we carry on the trek to what we bring back.

  • Low Impact on Ecology

    Our commitment to smaller group sizes, eco-friendly methodologies, waste management practices, zero tolerance for fixed camps, and utilizing natural resources in the required quantity minimize our impact on the ecology, allowing for sustainable and responsible treks.

  • Boosting Microeconomy

    As part of our commitment to supporting local communities, we hire local resources and make all non-equipment and trek leader-related purchases locally. By doing so, we contribute to the growth of the microeconomy in the regions we operate. We wish to do more of it in the future.

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