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Jagatsukh Peak Summit - 11 Days

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Jagatsukh Peak Summit
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Jagatsukh peak is 5050m Peak In the Pir Panjal Himalayan range Himachal Pradesh India. This peal is challenging for youth climber. This peak gives you lots of experience Sleeping at top of snow in your tents, fighting with winds facing -10 to – 20 degrees at night time. Early morning preparation to climb the summit. In every steps feeling cold air in your nose. You can take as a climbing challenge.  From Jagatsukh peak you can see Mt. Deo Tibba, Norbu Peak etc.

Day 1
Delhi To Manali.

Day 2
Arrival in Manali.

Day 3
Manali – Jagatsukh – Chikha (3200m)

Day 4
Chikha – Seri (3600m)

Day 5
Seri – Load feri to Summit Camp (4400m) – back to Seri(3600)

Day 6
Seri to Summit camp(4400m.)

Day 7
Summit Camp to Jagatsukh Peak (5050M.)

Day 8
Summit Camp to Seri

Day 9
Seri to Manali

Day 10
Manali to Delhi departure.

Day 11
Delhi

Day 01:- Delhi To Manali.

It is long bus journey, we get buses only in evening time after 4:00pm. And it drop you next day in Manali at 9:00am.

 

Day 02:- Arrival in Manali.

Arrival at Manali by morning. On arrival transfer to hotel for relaxation till afternoon. After lunch introduction with arrival team and local guide, and other team member. In the afternoon visit to Hadimda Temple and also an acclimatization walk. Evening free to explore the Mall Road, overnight stay at hotel and tent.

 

Day 03:- Manali – Jagatsukh – Chikha (3200m)

We are starting after breakfast. We are going via Jeep Manali to Jagatsukh end of power Project 12000. Trail ascends gradually through thick pine forests along the narrow Allain Nullah valley. Lookout for plenty of wildlife along the way.. We are starting our trek from 12000 to Chikha it will take 2 hour. Today our stay in camp.

Day 04:- Chikha – Seri (3600m)

Today we have to walk 5-6 hours Today’s trail is again all uphill but mostly through birch forests. The campsite at Chikha is almost at tree line giving you some fabulous views. The first part of the trail winds through birch forests before opening on to the huge meadow at Seri. The camp at the opposite end of the meadow is about an hour’s walk away. You can see flat ground there. Overstay in camp.

Day 05: - Seri – Load feri to Summit Camp (4400m) – back to Seri(3600)

Today we have to pack our food and few equipments, and move to load ferry(dropping rations and few equipments In higher camp). It is basically useful for acclimatization “Go High And Sleep Low”. And its depends on our pace and snow conditions how much time we take to reach summit camp.  All route cover with snow today

Day 06:- 06  Seri to Summit camp(4400m.)

We Start in morning time in Alpine style (to carry our own equipment Sleeping bags, Mattress, Climbing gear etc).  And fix our camp in Summit Camp. Today is difficult night for every one we have to get up early in next morning to summit the our peak

Day 07:- Summit Camp to Jagatsukh Peak (5050M.)

Early in the morning in –temperature we have to move for our destination. We have to Climb walk in Glacier to reach Summit, team have  to move in rope. and its take 6-7 hours to reach summit.  After Summit back to Summit Camp

Day 08 :- Summit Camp to Seri

After Breakfast we move back to Seri with our all gear

Day 09 :- Seri to Manali

Seri to trek till road head 4-5hours and then drive back to Manali. Night Stay in Hotel Party and celebration time

 

Day 10 :- Manali to Delhi departure.

Today we are going to See Prashar Lake Tample. Its  4-5Hours Journey go there and come back, we have bus at evening time after 4:00pm from Manali Bus stand

Day 11 :-  Delhi

Morning 9:00am bus drop you delhi. And back journey to home.

The Trip Cost Includes

  • All accommodation during trek
  • All meals during trek
  • Necessary Permits and first aid medical kits
  • Qualified and experienced mountain guide, and support staff.
  • Oxygen Cylinder and stretcher for emergency case.
  • High altitude rescue expert trek leader.
  • Necessary equipments for climbing, ropes, ice axe and other technical gear for climbing.
  • Transportations Manali to Dhundhi and return Dhundhi to Manali.

The Trip Cost Excludes

  • Any type of personal expenses
  • Food in hotel (Manali)
  • Extra snacks and meals during trek from shop
  • Insurance of the trip
  • Things not mentioned under Inclusions
  • Mule or porter to carry personal luggage.
  • Personal gear, and equipment

Trekking Gear

  • A rucksack with rain cover
  • A water bottle or a hydration pack
  • A Hand/Head Torch with spare batteries
  • UV Protection Sunglasses
  • A trekking pole

Clothing:

Since it is a high altitude trek, at least 3 layers of clothing is mandatory. A full sleeve shirt, a fleece jacket, and a padded jacket are imperative. An additional layer (Thermal bodywarmers) for the evenings in the high altitude campsites are strongly recommended

  • Quick Dry Warm lower or Track Pants - 2
  • Full sleeves T-shirts - 2
  • Thermal Bodywarmer Upper & Lower - 1
  • Fleece Jacket - 1
  • Padded Jacket -1 (Goose down or feather is preferable)
  • Full sleeves sweater - 1 (Needed if you feel cold at high altitudes despite 4 layers)
  • Rainwear (Jacket & Pants) - 1
  • Thick woolen socks -  1 pair
  • Cotton socks - at least 2-3 pairs
  • Undergarments - 1 for every day of trekking
  • Pair of Warm Gloves - 1
  • Woolen cap - 1

Footwear

  • Hiking shoes (Preferably ankle high) -1
  • Pair of lightweight Slipper/Sandals - 1 pair.

Toiletries

    • Sunscreen lotion, lip balm, toothbrush, toothpaste, hand sanitizer, toilet roll, cold cream, small towel.
    • Anti-fungal cream: Carry an antifungal cream if you are sensitive to sweating and prone to skin irritations around genitals or groin area due to lack of bathing.
    • For women:
      • Tampons or sanitary napkins,
      • 2-3 zip pouches to dispose off non-biodegradable waste
      • Vaginal wash to avoid any irritation due to lack of bathing.

Miscellaneous

    • Water bottle
    • Camera (optional)
    • Personal medicine kit. Though our trek leaders carry a fully equipped first-aid kit, make sure you consult your doctor before the trek in case you have any special ailment.
    • Dry fruits, energy bars

Monitoring health on a trek

Any abnormal reading will be paid special attention to and action will be taken immediately.

On the trek, your Trek Leader will be monitoring two aspects a day.

  • Oxygen Level
  • Pulse Rate 

High Altitude Medical Kit

Your trek leader will also be carrying a full-fledged high altitude medical kit. This will include basic medicines and specific medicines catering to altitude sickness – Diamox, DexamethasoneYour Trek Leader will also be carrying a portable oxygen cylinder throughout the trek. In addition to that, there are oxygen cylinders installed at all high campsites for any emergency situations.

Acclimatisation in high  altitude

This is one of the most important aspects of travelling in the high Himalayas and cannot be ignored or set aside. Acclimatisation basically means our body adjusting to lower levels of oxygen (rarefied air) & reduced air pressure as me move up. In case one does not acclimatise properly there are chances of the person facing extreme discomfort and this can be fatal in extreme cases. While there is no set route to getting properly acclimatised there are a general precautions and steps that one can take to initiate good acclimatisation.

Price From INR52,000/person
52,000
Total 52,000 INR

Trip Facts

  • Himachal Pradesh
  • 11 days
  • Challenging
  • 5050 mts
  • 10-15 trekkers
  • Delhi to Delhi
  • Meals while on trek (Veg + Egg)
  • Camping

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