Trek partners needed: Himachal Pradesh
nadreg
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Trek partners needed: Himachal Pradesh

Please post your requests for trekking partners to Himachal Pradesh here.
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Originally posted by: nadreg View Post

Please post your requests for trekking partners to Himachal Pradesh here.

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I am looking for partners for an upstream trek in Manali/Rohtang/Chandrataal region. Anybody interested? It will be a mix of trekking and mountain climbing.
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I'm going for the Triund-Ilaka trek on 9th april (extended weekend)... anyone interested can come along...
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ashu_1221!
Can you post some info about trek please? I may join you :-)

I browsed net for triund trek. It seems intersting but most of the trek timings show 7 days.
ashu_1221! what iternay you are planning?
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You don't need 7 days for the trek...my plan is as follows:

9th night : leave Delhi for Dharamshala (by Volvo bus, for sleeping in the night comfortably)

10th morning:
Reach Mcleodganj
Start trek
reach Triund by afternoon/evening
Sleep in a tent/chaishop/in the open/rest house (if available)

11th morning:
Trek to Ilaka (4kms)
return to Triund by afternoon
stay there for the night or Return back to Mcleodganj for a comfortable sleep in a hotel

12th Morning
back to mcleodganj
roam around in mcleodganj
leave mcllo in the evening for delhi


This is a very compressed plan and might change...it is based on the information gathered from the net... but seems good to me as I don't have any desire to see temples, dalai lama etc. and I'll have all the time for trekking only...

Originally posted by: hisatti77 View Post

I am looking for partners for an upstream trek in Manali/Rohtang/Chandrataal region. Anybody interested? It will be a mix of trekking and mountain climbing.


I am interested in this trek...just need some more information about it...like how many days it'll take (this is the biggest constraint if you are doing a job)
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When are you planning this trip?
Khushboo Sahrawat
khushboo dot sahrawat at gmail dot com
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Triund Trek

I just completed this trip over the weekend... 3 days of which 1.5 were spent on the top of the mountain in Tents... An amazing experience... try to go there sometime if you have time...
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I am looking for some people to join me on a decent trek in Himachal Pradesh, Utranchal and or Ladakh. I am flexible as to which one. Will be avaliable from 16/5/09-18/6/09.
email me. thomas_fitz-simon@hotmail.com
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Triund Ilaka trek partner required

Hi

I am planning my trek to Triund and Ilaka before 20th May for 4-5 days.

can think to extend the trek upto Indrahar pass but not sure.

I am looking for partners. If Anybody want to join, can contact me at ashukkb@gmail.com


Thanks
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Triund trek tomorrow

Hello freinds

I will be heading to Mcleodganj today evening... and will go for trek tomorrow.

got couple of friends interested in joining ... but dates are the issue.

so if anybody want to join me tomorro ... most welcome
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I went to triund in april...and Ilaka & Indrahaar pass were closed at that time... Ilaka might be open now...but Indrahaar is definitely closed... it opens in July only as per the information gathered from locals there.... keep this in mind while planning ur trip
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Ashu1221: Thanks for the inputs....
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#14
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Query-Indrahaar Pass

What is the altitude of Indrahaar pass? Is Triund & Ilaka trek leads to Indrahaar pass?
Above Sea Level...
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altitude

I think altitude of Indrahaar pass is 4350 Meters.
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But that is not what ships are built for-- "John A. Shedd",