Malana Trek, Himachal Pradesh
Malana Trek, Himachal Pradesh
Malana Trek, Himachal Pradesh
Malana Trek, Himachal Pradesh

Malana Trek, Himachal Pradesh

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Malana Trek, Himachal Pradesh

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  • Embark on a fantastic 6-day, 5-night trip across Himachal Pradesh to Malana and nearby areas of interest.
  • Visit the Gowrishankar temple, the Tripura Sundari, and the Roerich artwork gallery, as well as other well-known peaks.
  • Hike to the Chandrakhani pass and Malana town and stay in alpine camps surrounded by a beautiful environment.
  • This entire tour can be completed with the guidance and assistance of a knowledgeable guide.
  • Within the market, the Malana trek package bundle is valued at INR 11,200/-.


About the Malana Village Trek:

  • Indulge in this exciting 6-day, 5-night Malana trekking trip in Malana village, Himachal Pradesh, and you'll have the chance to see the region's top-notch splendor. Discover the peaks of Ali Ratna, Friendship peak, Deo Tibba, and Hanuman Tibba by visiting Gowrishankar temple, Tripura Sundari, and Roerich artwork gallery.
  • Also, enjoy the treks to Chandrakhani Pass and Malana, which are also serene locations. Take the chance to camp on the summit, where the chilly winds, clean air, calm surroundings, rich foliage, and snow-capped mountains will provide you with memories that will last a lifetime.
  • Start Point: Delhi
  • End Point: Delhi

Start Time/End Time of Trip: noon (Day 1) and around 04:00 PM (Day 6)

Malana Trek Quick facts:

  • Temperature range: Day: 10┬░C to 30┬░C; and Night: -1┬░C to 3┬░C
  • Malana trek altitude: 8701 feet
  • ATM: ATM facility is available in Malana
  • Mobile Network: JIO 4G works the best in these areas
  • Trekking gradient: Easy to moderate

How to reach?

  • Drive from New Delhi to Manali in Volvo A/C Bus that takes around 12 hours, get down at Patlikuhal (20 km before Manali and 20 km after Kullu) from the bus. Aftermath, get a jeep ride to Rumsu base camp(10 km)

Day 1

  • Drive New Delhi to Manali
  • On the very first day, start from New Delhi to Manali in an AC bus, which will take around 12 hours.
  • Get down at Patlikuhal (20 km before Manali and 20 km after Kullu) from the bus.
  • Aftermath, get a jeep ride to Rumsu base camp(10 km).
  • Freshen up and have your breakfast before you undergo the registration process for the Malana trek.
  • Post lunch, go for an acclimatization walk. Orientation regarding the trek will be given by the chief organizer in the evening. The orientation will cover information like rucksack packing, marching/walking technique, and general awareness about a Himalayan Trek.
  • Stay overnight at Rumsu base camp.

Day 2

  • Manali to Ganachalani
  • Finish your breakfast and then start your trek to the Ghankulhadi campsite. The trek goes through some dense forest full of pine, fir, oaks, chestnut trees.
  • The trek involves moderate ascend and will take around 3 to 4 hours. Stop at Sterling for lunch.
  • Stay overnight in tents at Ghankulhadi campsite.

Day 3

  • Trek to Chaklani Campsite
  • Start the trek to the Chaklani campsite after having your breakfast.
  • Chaklani campsite is at 3,450 meters and offers amazing views of Manali valley. It takes around 4-5 hours to reach the campsite.
  • The first part of the trek has a moderate ascend but later it becomes easy. Find many peaks like Ali Ratna, Friendship peak, Deo Tibba, Hanuman Tibba, Tiger Teeth, and others.
  • Stay overnight in tents at the Chaklani campsite.

Day 4

  • Trek to Chandrakhani Pass
  • Start the day early in the morning by 06:00 AM. It takes around 3 hours to reach the top of Chandrakhani Pass(3,660 meters) from the Chakhlani Camp Site.
  • Enjoy your packed lunch at Chandrakhani top. Post to it, descend for Negroni campsite. The route from here is descent and will take around 3 hours.
  • Stay overnight in tents at Nagroni campsite.

Day 5

  • Trek to Malana
  • Today you will have the trek to Malana from Negroni and it takes around 4 to 5 hours.
  • The Malana village trek route has a moderate descent all the way.
  • En route, you can see a small village named Dudhon. The villagers are Malani people who have settled there for cultivation.
  • Malana is a unique village with its own unique culture. It claimed to be the oldest democracy and the locals believe that they are the descendants of Alexandar. The village has its law book and rules. Outsiders are not allowed to touch any of the books and things.
  • Stay overnight in tents at Malana base camp.

Day 6

  • Descending from Malana
  • Today, you will be descending to Malana Dam.
  • The route is steep descend but short and does not take more than an hour.
  • Enjoy the ride to Rumsu base camp, have hot lunch at the base camp.
  • Departure by 05:00 PM for New Delhi by an AC bus.


  • Stay: Alpine tents on sharing basis
  • Meals: Breakfast and dinner
  • Highly Experienced Guide
  • Activities: Trekking & Camping

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  • Personal Charges
  • Insurance

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Things To Carry

  • Water Bottle
  • Snacks
  • Appropriate Clothing
  • Comfortable Footwear
  • Backpack
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen
  • UA Voucher

Additional Info

Know Before You Go for Malana Trek

  • A journey isn't usually recommended for women who are more than three months pregnant, those who have had major surgery, those who have a damaged leg/arm, those who have recurring lower back or neck pains, and so on.
  • Climate conditions at high elevations differ from those on the plains, therefore taking the time to acclimate to high altitudes is extremely beneficial.
  • With any extrusion in services/hotels, rates may also vary. Any difference in the charge will be borne by the customer if the package is changed before the start of the trip due to an increase in the number of guests, motel extrusions, or other factors.
  • Universal Adventure retains the right to change the schedule in the event of a disruption (such as a weather event, a political event, or anything else), without affecting the overall number of days or compromising any service.
  • Liability for deviations in itinerary caused by factors without our control, such as changes in airline and train schedules, flight/train cancellations, political disturbances, natural phenomena, blockages, and so on, will no longer be covered by the bundled charge. There would be no reimbursement for any services or facilities that were neglected.
  • If the trek or a specific activity isn't always accomplished for any reason, natural or private, no refunds can be made.
  • Do not encourage midnight trekking unless it is a far section of the program and you have a manual with you; this could result in unexpected accidents.
  • Avoid using earphones throughout the trek; this will reduce your audibility.
  • Any non-public charges or items of a personal character will no longer be covered by the bundle. Any food or transport that is no longer specified in the itinerary is to be considered an exclusion from the offer. Any type of beverage (alcoholic, aerated, or mineral water) isn't usually included in the package charge.
  • Avoid using plastic luggage to preserve the destination's ecological stability. Travelers who litter may face fines. Water is a valuable resource, hence conservation is encouraged.
  • In nature, camping may be extremely simple. Luxuries should no longer be anticipated. Some areas have the best access to electricity. Mobile and computer charging points may or may not be available on campsites at any given time.
  • Dry snacks/food, granola bars, and other items should be brought from home. Bring a regular and any other insulated water bottle with you to refill.
  • Any damage or breakage to objects within the inn may be invoiced at cost.
  • Carry plenty of cash because ATMs are scarce in high-altitude places, and there are sometimes long lines.
  • All guests are required to bring a copy of their scientific certificate (if applicable).
  • It is necessary to follow the guidelines established by the state government. Distancing from others must be maintained. Hand sanitization and the usage of masks are recommended regularly.
  • Every character visitor must present identification at the time of booking and again upon arrival. PAN cards will no longer be accepted as valid forms of identification.
  • Consult a physician before embarking on your journey. During the Malana village trip, bring some inexpensive medicines and a first-aid kit.
  • If the Malana trek is to be canceled, the authorities must be informed ahead of time.

How To Reach

locationManali,Himachal Pradesh

By Air:Kullu - Manali Airport(KUU) (Bhuntar Airport) is the closest airport to Manali. One can take a cab or taxi or private bus to reach desired destination in Manali.

By Road:Roadways are the cheapest and the most convenient means to reach Manali. Both state buses & the private buses connect this city with other major parts of the country like- Delhi, Chandigarh, etc.

By Train:Joginder Nagar Railway Station(JDNX) is the closest railway station to Manali. From the station, one can take a bus or taxi to reach the location.

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